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Fire Marshal Training Online Course

  • Time: Non-Applicable
  • Learning style: E-Learning
  • Duration: 1/2 Day
  • Venue: Online
  • Ofqual Registered: Non-Applicable
  • Awarding Body: The Learning Station (CPD)
  • Payments: Non-Applicable
  • Totum Card Eligible: Non-Applicable
  • Accepted by: Non-Applicable
  • GCSE Equivalent: Non-Applicable
  • ID Card Included: Non-Applicable
  • Approved by: Non-Applicable
  • Valid for: Non-Applicable
  • Early Completion: Non-Applicable
  • Qualification Ref: Non-Applicable
    By taking this course you will gain the knowledge to recognise fire hazards as well as obtaining the ability to safely and calmly take responsibility in the event of a fire and follow the procedure in the event of an emergency evacuation.
    Entry requirements

    Anyone who is interested in the course can register, provided they are over 16 years old. This course is solely online and can be completed from any location.

    Units & Pathways

    The fire marshal training course covers:

    • The role of the fire marshal
    • Risk assessment for fire marshals
    • Fire safety legislation
    • The basic components of fire
    • The stages of a fire and how it spreads
    • Fire classifications
    • Fire prevention
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Fire safety arrangement
    Assessment Method

    On purchase, you will automatically be sent login details via email for your e-learning course which takes mere hours to complete. You will read through chapters of information and answer multiple choice quiz questions at the end of each section. 

    On completion of the fire marshal training course, candidates will have a downloadable Certificate which is valid as Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for up to 3 years from the date of completion.

    Career Progression

    Earning the Fire Marshal CPD Certificate from this course will make candidates look more desirable when applying for fire marshal jobs as it proves they have the knowledge to do the job. In addition to this, candidates need a CSCS Card to be allowed to work on construction sites so employers will ask for that too. In order to get a CSCS Card, you need to have a QCF Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment and pass a CITB Health and Safety test.  

    As a qualified fire marshal, you can expect to earn an average of £18,000. Many companies will pay on an hourly rate and you can expect to earn around £9/hour.

    Scroll up now to buy this course, that will enhance your Competence and knowledge, add value to your CV and the skills you can offer to an employer as well as increasing your earnings. 

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