Castle Hill Training News and Updates
In order to support our customers during the Covid Crises Castle Hill Training is offering free Fire Warden Training delivered by Video Conference (Zoom).
Staff are allowed to train while on furlough and this half day course is available to all Castle Hill LinkedIn connections and customers for free. In order to help those who need help most we would ask that priority is given to Key Workers, staff on furlough or anyone who has lost their job during the crisis and that organisations restrict their delegates to three per class. To book a place email email@example.com
Course Key Facts
Students successfully completing this half day course will be able act as a Fire Warden (Fire Marshall) in their workplace. However, for a Fire Warden (Fire Marshall) to be competent they also have to familiarise themselves with their site and their organisation's fire safety procedures. The course fully complies with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Course Contents/Learner Outcomes
- Role of the Fire Warden or Fire Marshall
- Understanding Fire
- Fire Prevention
- Fire Evacuation Procedures
- Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets
Successful students will be awarded a CHT Level 2 Fire Warden certificate which will remain valid for three years, is nationally recognised and qualifies for 3 C.P.D. hours. Assessment, accreditation and internal quality assurance are provided in accordance with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Other useful course information
Course duration 3 hours.
The normal cost is £65 per student or a group booking at your site (for up to 15 students) is just £295. However this course will be delivered via video conference to key workers, furloughed staff or anyone who has lost their job during the crises for free. In order to allow as many people as possible to benefit we ask that organisations limit their delegates to three per class.
Students are assessed by an online multiple choice test.
The course requires students to be able to read and write English, if this going to be a barrier to learning please contact the training company well in advance of the course to discuss how support can be provided.