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guppy  
#1 Posted : 19 April 2020 17:25:05(UTC)
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guppy

Hi All

I've noticed that a lot of the online training providers are offering huge discounts at the moment so was thinking of doing the NEBOSH fire cert.

I was just wondering if there are any other regonised training quilifications out there that might trump the NEBOSH qualification?

Many Thanks

score  
#2 Posted : 20 April 2020 13:06:02(UTC)
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Hi Guppy

Last December i completed a 5 day reidential Fire Risk Assessor course at the Fire Service College based in Glouchester, it was very intensive but i really enjoyed it, this qualification is equivelent to the Nebosh Fire Safety Certificate.

hmidouch  
#3 Posted : 05 January 2021 07:36:37(UTC)
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hmidouch

Last month I finished a multi day reidential Fire Risk Assessor course at the Fire Service College situated in Glouchester, it was serious yet I truly delighted in it, this capability is equivelent to the Nebosh Fire Safety Certificate snaptube vidmate word to pdf

Roundtuit  
#4 Posted : 05 January 2021 09:04:14(UTC)
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chocolatekittykatt  
#6 Posted : 30 April 2021 11:14:09(UTC)
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Fire Risk Assessor courses are a good introduction in what to look for that could cause or aid in fire spread. If you can, do a course by C.S Todd - they basically wrote the rule book on PAS95. a week long residential course with a practical 'test' where you walk round a  buidling and pick fault with it!!

the FIA (https://www.fia.uk.com/training/training-course-browser.html) do courses based on designing fire alarm systems (NOTE: they are now pretty intense but the foundation course may be of interest)

and of course reading up on associated fire standards BS5839-1 (commerical), BS5839-6 (residential) and the rest of the series.

BS5266 for emergency lighting, BS5306 series for extinguishers

Ovo  
#7 Posted : 30 April 2021 14:28:48(UTC)
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Ovo

I see that NCRQ are launching a level 3 Fire safety certificate and a level 7 Diploma on advanced fire safety.

Maybe worth investigating?

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