Fire Safety Training Courses Available in Australia

Fire Safety Training Courses Available in Australia

Fire Safety Training Courses Available in Australia

Courses are structured for those that are either experienced in the relevant areas of enrolment OR have access to an experienced mentor for on the job training.

 

Fire Training Courses

  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Fire Warden
  • Chief Fire Warden
  • Fire Extinguisher / Fire Warden / Chief Fire Warden Combined
  • Undertake First Response to Fire Incident
  • Fire Safety Adviser
  • Demonstrate First Attack Fire Fighting Equipment
  • Inspect and Test Fire Blankets and Fire Extinguishers (VIC only)
  • Inspect and Test Fire Hose Reels, Fire Blankets and Fire Extinguishers (ACT, NSW, NT & WA only)
  • Respond to Wildfire
  • Suppress Wildfire
  • Conduct Fire Team Operations
  • Compartment Fire Based

 

FIRE PROTECTION MAINTENANCE TRAINING

Courses are delivered via self-paced study within designated timeframes and Practical Assessment completed via remote video assessment.

FPA Australia offer the following nationally recognised qualifications;

CPP20511 Certificate II in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing

  • For fire protection technicians responsible for non-trade installation and regular servicing of fire protection equipment and systems.

CPP30811 Certificate III in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing

  • – For fire protection technicians responsible for installation, commissioning and complex servicing of fire protection systems, or supervision of fire protection services work.

Our qualifications contribute to meeting the requirements to carry out licenced work in some Australian States and Territories

  • Extinguishing Agents Handling Licences (EAHL)
  • Queensland Building & Construction Commission (QBCC) Fire Occupational Licences
  • Fire Protection Accreditation Scheme (FPAS) Inspect and Test Class
  • Restricted plumbing registration (South Australia & Victoria)

 

BUSHFIRE TRAINING

FPA Australia has developed two training courses in association with various government agencies in Western Australia to support the implementation of new building and planning requirements for development in bushfire prone areas in Western Australia.

FPA Australia has been recognised by the State Government as an accrediting and training body for Level 1 BAL Assessors in accordance with the Western Australian Bushfire Accreditation Framework. These courses have been developed to support the Western Australian Government’s commitment to having a professional bushfire consultant industry with accredited practitioners.  They also support all stakeholders involved in building and planning in bushfire prone areas.

Though targeted to individuals working in Western Australia the courses may also be suitable for people working in other states, particularly those who wish to acquire the skills, knowledge and ability to determine bushfire attack levels and provide advice on the subsequent required construction provisions.

For further information on the bushfire courses including enrolment forms and frequently asked questions click on the relevant button below.

 

 

 

Fire & Safety Training in Australia is Different

Don’t waste time and money undertaking training that is too little or too much for your requirements. Our friendly staff can advise you of what training you should undertake after asking you some specific questions related to your industry and your organisation. Our team are highly trained so we can help you decide on training that:

  • Meets your legal obligations
  • Is cost effective based on your budget
  • Best meets your industry and site requirements
  • Is directly tailored to the needs of your personnel
  • Is conducted by professional emergency services personnel
  • Our team are all experienced firefighters, paramedics and emergency personnel. We can provide you with up to date, compliant and cost effective professional training services.

Fire Plus

Barbour EHS has partnered with the FPA to bring you the Fire Plus Safety information service, which provides information on technical and training requirements for fire service professionals and safety trainers as well as all aspects of fire risk management, safety engineering and incident response. So fire safety professionals are always up to date and able to deliver their crucial services.