MINIMUM EDUCATION = MAXIMUM DEVASTATION
“A fire broke out in a computer classroom causing over £30,000 worth of damage”
“Luckily the fire stared whilst the children were on their break“
“More than 60 fire fighters were at the school for most of the night”
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Types of Educational Premises
Schools – Colleges – Universities – Academies – Nurseries – Education Centres
Educational Staff who require Training
Teachers, Lecturers, Learning Support Assistants, Kitchen Staff, Administrators & Cleaners
We believe that educating school employees about fire safety is one of the best ways to prevent fires and protect all staff and students. Our training has been tailored to meet the specific needs of an educational premises and is suitable for all types, including primary schools, universities, nurseries and 6th forms.
As we are aware of the vast differences between the needs and requirements of those in different job roles, and the different types of educational premises, we offer a variety of sessions for employees that work in the education sector.
All of the courses we offer comply with the UK Government’s Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
From early years nurseries, primary schools to 6th form colleges and universities, 1st Attendance Ltd offers training courses that will help improve evacuation procedures and increase a faculty’s fire awareness, aiding prevention and helping to eliminate poor fire safety practice.
We can travel to your site, or agree to hold our sessions in a suitable location, depending on your needs. We also hold both group sessions with other individuals that work in your sector, which are ideal for new members of staff, or those in need of a refresher.
1st Attendance courses can be used to form the basis of your fire safety and awareness training, or can be used as bolt on sessions to guarantee that all employees are up-to-date with fire legislation and best practices.
The course is broken down into sections, including practical fire extinguisher usage, and a look at the kind of fire hazards that could occur in the educational environment. Our trainers also educate on evacuation procedures during theory sections, and look at the different types of fire that those working in education premises may come across.
All attendees to our courses receive certificates upon completion that shows which training was taken, and the premises will also receive a certificate that they can keep with their records.
You can speak to a member of our helpful team to find out more about our courses and what to expect by calling 0117 957 3039. Alternatively, request a call back by filling out a form on our contact us page.
Just some of our satisfied customers in this category
Queens Park Primary School – John Cabot Academy – Nottingham Trent University – St Barnabas Primary – Lufton College – School Islamic Dawa Academy – Sexey’s School – University of Bristol – Twickenham Preparation School – Kingsweston School – St Georges VA Church Primary School – Ormiston Endeavour Academy – Tick Tock Day Nursery – International School of London – Torwood House School – Metropolitan International School – St Pauls Nursery School
TEACHING ASSISTANT “Very good. Prompted me to think about the hazards & our procedures”
TEACHER FROM A PRIMARY SCHOOL “Very informative, upbeat, kept my attention”
CATERING STAFF “Very helpful and insightful. Everything was well explained”
UNIVERSITY LECTURER “A really good Fire Warden training programme”
SCHOOL BURSAR “Big boards were an excellent visual aid”
HEAD TEACHER FROM A PRIMARY SCHOOL “Excellent presentation, very professional and enjoyable”
ADMINISTRATOR FROM A PRE-SCHOOL “Good mix of theory & practical, really got the message across”
CARETAKER “It helped me understand the importance of the facilities provided to help prevent fire”
COLLEGE LECTURER “Very good and I now know how to tell the different fire extinguishers apart”
SCIENCE LAB TECHNICIAN “Excellent, a very enjoyable and necessary course”
SCHOOL CLEANER “Extremely useful in providing knowledge and also providing confidence.”