Fire Warden Training in Schools

3 hours
£595.00 + VAT

What this course contains

This course is designed to provide attendees with the information needed to effectively manage fire safety in their educational environment. Attendees will be able to understand the importance and responsibilities of the Fire Warden role and will assist the school with the prevention of fires and with emergency situations.

Intended Outcomes

Attendees will:

  • Understand the characteristics of fire and smoke
  • Know the importance of routine and external fire checks and tests
  • Recognise the importance of good housekeeping and know how to manage this
  • Know how to use basic firefighting equipment
  • Understand what is required in an emergency and understand normal human behaviour in these situations
  • Understand why fire drills are required and know how to complete them

Who is this course for

This course is designed for staff that are appointed to undertake the role of a Fire Warden in a school.

The cost

The course costs £595.00 + VAT and can be delivered on site to small or larger groups.


To successfully complete the course, attendees will be required to pass a short assessment.


Upon successful completion of the course attendees will be issued a CPD accredited certificate. The course equates to 3 hours of CPD.

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Don't forget...

.... that our HR Advisory service now includes an annual visit to your school.  You can use this visit to apprise us of any new developments in your school or alternatively to assist you with any HR issues that are better dealt with face to face.

There is no extra cost for this visit and it is available to all HR Advisory clients old and new.  If you would like to book a visit by one of our consultants to your school, please contact us on 0845 459 7013.

"We first contacted Judicium during an episode with a particularly difficult member of staff. In contrast to the "soft" advice we had been receiving up to this date, Judicium told us exactly what we had to do to meet our objectives. The issue was resolved rapidly and in the best interests of my school.” Paul Thomas, Head teacher - Victory Community School