Course details

The Fire Safety Order of 2005 requires ensuring that employees are provided with adequate and suitable fire safety training including awareness and Fire Marshal training. Fire Safety training within any working environment is a legal requirement under the order. The Fire Safety training course covers the role of the designated fire marshal/warden. Delegates will learn about preventing fires and learn about the different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them correctly.

Who is it for?

The course is designed for anyone in responsibility of fire safety in the workplace. Managers, supervisors, team leaders, fire wardens (marshals), and employees operating in areas where there is a risk of fire are all included.

When new employees are brought into a building or changes are made to the emergency plan, fire safety training is required in addition to the preventative and protective measures. When working methods and processes, people’s duties, or other threats in a facility have changed, fire safety training is also recommended. If a disabled person has been hired, or if a new member of staff has taken over as duty manager or fire marshal.

What does it cover

This qualification delivers an essential understanding of the key terms, legal responsibilities of a fire marshal/warden, fire detection, prevention and awareness, Escape, drill and evacuation policy, the importance of assembly point, and fire extinguishers.


This is a short, stand-alone qualification that is also well-suited for integration into wider vocational programs of study.

Learner requirements 

There are no formal entry requirements although learners are expected to have a level of literacy which will enable them to benefit from the teaching materials and complete the assessment.


At the end of your training, you will be assessed by one of our assessors/trainers. You will get your result on the same day.