Passive Fire Protection – Basic principlesThis course will give an overview to passive fire protection. It also considers other areas that interact with passive fire protection and is aimed at all those in the industry who want to improve their competence in this important field.
Fire Risk Consultancy – Level 2 Passive Fire ProtectionThis course has been designed to provide the fundamental principles of issues relating to passive fire protection. It covers the fundamental principles of fire fire science, human behaviour and various passive and active systems. The course has been designed to assist those preparing to sit the IFE Level 2 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection. .
Fire Risk Consultancy – Level 3 Passive Fire ProtectionThis course has been designed to give you a greater understanding of passive fire protection and follows on from the level 2 course. It covers all the fundamental principles but goes into more depth in certain areas. The course has been designed to assist those preparing to sit the IFE Level 3 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection.
Part B Building Regulations (Full Course)
This course has been designed to cover how to comply with Part B of the Building Regulations. It will go through how to demonstrate compliance with the five functional requirements utilising both ADB and BS9999. It also covers determining boundary distances to BR187.
Part B Building Regulations (Introduction)
This course will give an introduction to Part B – Fire Safety. It will go through what Part B is and how do you demonstrate compliance with the five functional requirements.
Fire by Design for Architects
This course has been designed in response to requests from industry for a course to up-skill fire information for architects. It is broken down into a number of modules that the architect can work through and on completion download a certificate demonstrating an understanding
Understanding pressure differentials in high-rise fires
This presentation has been adapted from an article that was produced by Paul Grimwood. In this he takes a look at smoke control design from over the years and how their affects are present today.
The Building Safety Bill, Fire Legislation & how this will affect Architects
This course will cover the issues that architects need to be aware of with regards the issues at Grenfell and the new Building Safety Bill.
Planning Gateway One
This course looks at the impact of Planning Gateway One will have on the industry and the principles of the Fire Statement.
Building Safety Act 2022
This course will go through the principles of the Building Safety Act 2022 and its implications.
External Fire Spread – A practical application
This course has been designed to satisfy the functional requirements B4 External Fire Spread utilising both ADB, BS9999 and BR187. This is a practical course in which you will carry out a number of calculations to demonstrate compliance with building regulations.
External Fire Spread – The Way Forward
This course describes the skills and knowledge required to identify, locate and protect underground services in civil construction.
Principles of CDM
This course describes the skills and knowledge required to communicate in the workplace in the resources and infrastructure industries and other industries with relevant work practices and procedures. It applies to those working in operational roles.
B5 Access and Facilities for the Fire Service
This course describes the skills and knowledge required to conduct telescopic materials handler operations.
This course will cover the issues that you need to consider when carrying out a loft conversion
BS9999 The Concept
This course has been designed to give you a greater understanding of the principles on which BS9999 Fire Safety In the Design, Management and Use of Buildings is based. It covers the concept of the risk profile and the ASET factors which when applied in the design of a building result in massive savings for the client. .
Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022
The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 introduce new duties under the Fire Safety Order for building owners or managers (responsible persons).
Challenges and Risks Associated with the Deterioration of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Structures
This specialised course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the deterioration risks associated with Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) structures