The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate course is an industry-leading qualification that more than 10,000 people have passed.
With the help of our experienced trainers and informal training atmosphere, we will give you the knowledge needed to carry out effective fire risk assessments and establish good fire management practices in the workplace. All from the comfort of a COVID-19 secure classroom.
Who can benefit from NEBOSH fire safety training?
The course is designed for managers and supervisors who are responsible for ensuring that their organisation adheres to fire safety legislation. It is also for individuals who wish to build a career as a fire safety adviser.
The course is also of benefit to delegates who have already passed the NEBOSH General and / or NEBOSH Construction Certificate courses and wish to continue with their learning and enhance their portfolio of qualifications.
The qualification equips your staff with the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out fire risk assessments across a variety of workplaces. By the end of the course, they will also be able to identify and implement a range of fire prevention measures.
How can employers’ benefit from this NEBOSH course?
Organisations with staff who have undergone the training can rely on a safer environment for employees and visitors.
As part of this course, we also focus on creating the right fire safety culture. This can play a major role in helping to avoid the damaging and, sometimes, catastrophic losses that can result from fire.
Can a NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate lead to other qualifications?
NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate holders can apply for technical membership of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (Tech IOSH).
Many students also progress to the NEBOSH National Diploma (Grad IOSH) and, from there, to chartered status (CMIOSH).
NEBOSH Fire Certificate course programme
There are two units, combining classroom learning with a practical assessment.
Unit FC1: Fire Safety and Risk Management:
- Element 1: Managing Fire Safety.
- Element 2: Principles of fire and explosion.
- Element 3: Causes and prevention of fires.
- Element 4: Fire protection in buildings.
- Element 5: Safety of people in the event of a fire.
- Element 6: Fire Safety Risk Assessment.
Unit FC2 is a practical assessment conducted in the candidate’s workplace.
The course takes five days to complete, including exams.
Assessment and certification
For Unit FC1, candidates are assessed by completing a two-hour written examination. The written papers are then assessed by NEBOSH external examiners.
For Unit FC2, candidates will be required to complete a three-hour practical examination at their workplace. The assessment must take place within 14 days of completing the FC1 written examination. The practical examination is moderated externally by NEBOSH and assessed internally by expert staff from Phoenix.
PLEASE NOTE THAT TO ACHIEVE THE FULL NEBOSH FIRE SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE, CANDIDATES ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO COMPLETE MODULE NGC1 OR NG1 OF THE NEBOSH NATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE WITHIN 5 YEARS.
Why choose us?
We are one of the UK’s leading providers of NEBOSH classroom courses. We have a team of tutors and mentors widely respected for their expertise, experience and ability to offer an enjoyable learning experience.
Full Course Fees: £1295 + vat (NG1/FC1+2)
NG1: £695 + VAT
FC1+2: £695 + VAT
Prices includes course materials, exam costs and refreshments.
For continued professional development, successful delegates often go on to study the NEBOSH National Diploma.
The Rawlings Pass Pledge
The Rawlings Pass Pledge is our promise that if candidates fail to reach the required standard in examinations, they can continue to study free of charge. This is rarely required, however, as our pass rate is over 85%