Why Study Fire Safety as an E-Learning Course?
Fire Safety training courses are essential across the board – after all, no area is invulnerable to fire and it is important all persons onsite know how and what to do in the event of an emergency. Whilst it is possible to study fire safety as a physical course, e-learning is an alternative that ensures everyone can still receive the same level of training, even if they are unable to attend in person.
The fire safety learning courses available currently through the BookMyCourse website include:
• Fire Marshal – for those who wish to train as fire marshals (also known as fire wardens). This course will train candidates on emergency fire evacuation procedures, current fire safety legalisation, fire risk assessments and using fire equipment, amongst other elements.
• Fire Safety (varying levels) – Fire safety courses are aimed at employees who needs a basic understanding of fire safety in the workplace, with both Basic and advanced Levels for those looking to achieve the Fire Safety Level 2+ qualification(s). this type of course covers fire signage, common ignition sources, fire equipment and the actions to take in the event of a fire.
• Fire Extinguisher Training – training people how different fire extinguishers work and when to use them. This ensures that organisations meet the legal requirements to conform to The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This course is RoSPA accredited.
• Fire Safety Awareness for Care Homes – another RoSPA accredited course, this course is tailored for those who work in a care home setting and is designed to ensure all candidates have a basic understanding of fire awareness, what should be done in the event of a fire and how to prevent fires from occurring.
Fire Safety courses tend to range anywhere from £15 to £45 per person, depending on the course chosen and the course length.
Start and End Dates:
Fire safety e-learning courses do have set start and end dates but are typically longer in duration than onsite courses.
Most e-learning courses will supply materials in a digital format, and this applies to our fire safety courses. It is recommended that all users have a laptop or desktop computer they can use running a recent operating system with updated video drivers and at least 1GB of RAM. A lot of these courses use video as a primary teaching method, so broadband is essential.