Working together with the National Open College Network (NCON) and the British Woodworking Federation, we are qualified to deliver training on fire door installation awareness. This two-day course is just one of the training programmes we offer that are designed to educate fabricators on UK building regulations.
After the Grenfell tragedy, it's vital that we take every measure to keep buildings and their occupants safe. As such, the government has introduced new laws concerning the competency requirements for installers and fabricators. Housing, healthcare, and education are all sectors that could face significant fines for not complying. Therefore, fabricators need to ensure that their products are up to regulation standard if their products are to be used.
Our aim is to ensure that fabricators fully understand and are compliant with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) 2005. We strive to make fire door safety as clear, comprehensive and jargon-free as possible. After successfully completing one of our courses, delegates will receive a Firequal-approved certificate of achievement that is valid for 5 years.
In the interest of accessibility, a majority of our training courses can be completed in a variety of ways:
We believe in a hands-on, practical approach. As such, all the training we deliver is based on real-world knowledge and real-life situations. The skills and information you pick up on these courses could save lives.
In the interest of public safety, our training is affordable and good value for money. Optional practical assessments are also available to Installation and Maintenance course delegates.
As well as training for fire door fabricators, we also provide training for those who inspect and maintain fire doors. Please feel free to browse our selection of remote and in-person courses below, all of which have been designed in the interest of keeping buildings and people safe.
Without the proper qualifications, businesses and individuals can face huge fines. Therefore, it's important that timber door manufacturers and installers receive the correct training and understand the regulations around fire door safety.
|Training Course||Person 1||Person 2||Person 3||Person 4||Person 5|
|Timber Fire Doors: Installation Training Module||£400 each||£350 each||£300 each||£275 each||£250 each|
|Timber Fire Doors: Maintenance Training Module||£400 each||£350 each||£300 each||£275 each||£250 each|
|Timber Fire Doors: Inspection Training Module||£1000 each||£900 each||-||-||-|
|Timber Fire Doors: Awareness Training Module||£250 each||£220 each||£190 each||£170 each||£150 each|
|BWF Fire Door Installation Awareness||£700 each||£500 each||£400 each||£350 each||£300 each|
|Practical Installation Course for Timber-Based Fire Doors||£1000 each||-||-||-||-|
Prior to beginning your training course, you will receive a training pack, including a textbook, USB stick and self-test. Delegates who successfully complete any of these courses will receive a Firequal-approved certificate that is valid for 5 years.
I would like to thank Neil for the training that he has provided to our Company. His knowledge, experience and expertise on fire doors is exceptional. All who took part thoroughly enjoyed the training and now feel more confident in the maintenance and installation of fire doors and take the knowledge gained into their daily duties.
It has been a pleasure learning about Fire Doors and all the information and self tests that were given with the course was spot on and easy to use.
Neil Ashdown would be my go to guy on fire doors. Unrivalled experience. He's a guy you can trust.
Thank you. I am new to the world of fire doors and it has been a good learning process for me, so thankyou for your patience with my various questions. I’m sure that now I have a better understanding of how this all works, I’ll be much better equipped to know what I’m looking at and how to proceed post-inspection with any future reports we get you to do.
The consensus from the group is that the course went really well. Everyone came out with a good understanding of what is required and how we can move on. They thought the course was presented really well and having the books and memory sticks was a good way of studying the course content.