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New Dates Added for the Second Diploma Course of 2023

Due to popular demand we have added our second CHSG Diploma in Construction Fire Safety & Fire Risk Management course of 2023, beginning on 13th September and run over 12 sessions through our Fire Safety Academy.

Why Should I Undertake the Diploma?

1. You will gain knowledge across 10 comprehensive modules, including (but not limited to); Legal Structures and Requirements, Building Control and Enforcement, Active Fire Safety Systems, and Fire Risk Assessment. 

2. Learn from industry professionals, with a range of specialist external speakers who will provide greater depth of knowledge and understanding in their particular fields.

3. With sessions spread out once a month for 11 months, you will be able to fit this course into your busy schedule. 

4. Interactive course that promotes delegate engagement through presentations, case studies, group work and external speakers. 

5. Held at our John Ryder Centre in Chertsey, you’ll have face-to-face contact with the course trainer and centre staff, as well as access to a forum for support between delegates and the trainer whilst completing independent work.

All units covered within this Diploma are related to the Construction Industry, and include the following:
  • Unit 1 Legal Structures and the requirement for effective Management of Fire Safety.
  • Unit 2 The Chemistry of Combustion & Principles of Explosion.
  • Unit 3 Creating, Managing and Maintaining an Effective Means of Escape.
  • Unit 4 Building Control and Enforcement Lectures – The Storage and Handling of Flammable and Explosive Materials.
  • Unit 5 Fire Safety in Temporary Accommodation Units (TAU’s) and Fire Safety in Timber Construction.
  • Unit 6 Active Fire Safety Systems – Including Fixed Fire Suppression Systems, Fire Alarm Systems and Emergency Lighting.
  • Unit 7 Accident (Fire) Causation and Theory, Accident Investigation Process and Analysis.
  • Unit 8 Presentation Skills, Preparation, Presentation and Fire Load Calculations, Fire Modelling and Building Information Modelling – BIM.
  • Unit 9 Life safety, Persons at Risk, Human Organisational Factors, Fire Alarm Psychology and Evaluating Competence.
  • Unit 10 Fire Risk Assessment
  • Unit 11 Exam Presentation
  • Unit 12 Multiple Choice and Written Exams

Diploma in Construction Fire Safety & Fire Risk Management

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