NEBOSH

Certificate in Fire Safety

NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety

This 4-day course is designed for managers and supervisors who are responsible for fire safety and will give candidates a range of practical fire safety skills to ensure their workplaces are compliant with legislation and safe to work in.

The Course provides students with the necessary fire safety skills and knowledge to protect people, property and the workplace from fire hazards. By the end of the course, candidates will be able to identify fire risks and implement a range of fire prevention measures.

Delegates are encouraged to create and develop the right fire safety culture as this can play a significant role in helping to avoid the damaging and sometimes catastrophic losses that can result from fire. Organisations with staff who have undergone NEBOSH Fire Safety training can rely on a safer environment for employees and visitors.

This NEBOSH Fire Safety course replaces the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management.

Who is this course suitable for?

The NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate course is perfect for those who have fire safety responsibilities at a low to medium risk workplace (such as an office), including Facilities Managers and Health & Safety Managers/Representatives.

It is also suitable for individuals who wish to build a career as a fire safety adviser.

Course programme

NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate programme:

  • Health and safety management
  • Managing fire safety
  • Principles of fire and explosion
  • Causes and prevention of fires
  • Fire protection in buildings
  • Safety of people in the event of a fire
  • Fire safety risk assessment

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes of the NEBOSH Fire Certificate:

  • Understand the management of health and safety
  • Manage fire safety protocols in their workplace
  • Understand the principles of fires and explosions
  • Identify the causes and preventions of fires and explosions
  • Identify and implement fire prevention and protection in buildings
  • Manage the safety of people in the event of a fire
  • Conduct a fire safety risk assessment
  • Promote a fire safety culture 

Assessments

The NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate course consists of two assessments:

  • An open book examination – Candidates will have 24 hours to complete this written examination from home. 
  • A practical fire risk assessment – Candidates are required to complete a practical fire risk assessment at their workplace. Three hours is recommended to compile a comprehensive risk assessment.

NEBOSH external examiners will evaluate both parts of the assessment.

Exam cost is included within the price.

Booking Options

Classroom Learning

at our centre in Liverpool
£ 695 + vat
  • Get away from the workplace
  • Face-to-face support with highly experienced tutors
  • Network and interact with fellow delegates
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Incompany

run at your premises
£ Call for quote
  • Study alongside colleagues and learn together
  • Classroom or blended learning from home
  • Course customised to your workplace

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High pass rates

Experienced tutors

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FAQ's

An open book exam assesses the same learning outcomes as an invigilated, paper-based exam. With an open book exam, you can have access to textbooks, course notes and the internet. 

You can complete an open book exam in your own home, or another suitable location. You will have up to 24 hours to complete the NEBOSH open book exam, but we find that most candidates only take 4 – 5 hours.

The open book exam will assess your ability to apply your knowledge, as well as testing your analytical and critical thinking skills.

Following the open book exam is a short closing interview, which takes approximately 15 minutes. The purpose of the interview is to confirm that the work you have submitted is your own and that you did not have any assistance in completing your NEBOSH assessment. 

The closing interview takes place via video call, which you can access via smartphone, tablet or computer.

The interviewer will ask to see identification, you need to provide either your passport, driving license or national identity card. The interviewer needs to see the room that you are in to ensure you don’t have access to notes during the interview. 

The interviewer will ask you questions based on your open book exam, your work and your submission.

Your closing interview is not an assessment, so you won’t receive a mark. If the interviewer is happy that the work is your own, your mark will be published in line with NEBOSH timeframes.

For more information, visit the NEBOSH guide to Open Book Exams.

External examiners mark both assessments and are appointed by NEBOSH. Each examiner is chosen for their experience and expertise, ensuring candidates are assessed by the best in our industry.

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