Candidates will learn how to light and maintain a fire using ancient techniques such as ‘bow drill’ fire by friction and traditional ‘flint and steel’ recognise and gather a variety of natural tinder’s for starting your fire, and light a fire even in adverse weather conditions using only natural materials. You will study the following: learn fire by friction (bow drill), types of wood for friction fire lighting, make char cloth, recognise and gather natural tinder, feather sticks, fire lays, fire maintenance, fashion your own ‘bow drill’ set, use of traditional ‘flint & steel’ or ‘strike a light’ and lighting a fire in adverse weather conditions.
Our new suite of modular courses have been designed to provide knowledge and understanding of sprinkler maintenance for a range of training requirements. There are 3 parts, each module is 2 days.
You will develop: Understanding of the components and operation of sprinkler systems and their role. Knowledge of the LPC Rules for Automatic Sprinkler Installations 2009 incorporating BS EN .
For regulatory approval, the life safety of people is the primary issue which must be addressed. The content of this course is based on BS 7974: 2001: Application of fire safety engineering principles to the design of buildings.
You will develop: Knowledge of systems, installations, extensions and alterations involving FHC principles. Knowledge of the related requirements of LPC Rules/BS EN .