FPA Academy is a new online e-learning platform offering high quality, interactive fire safety training at the click of a button. It allows companies of all types and sizes access to a range of fire safety courses, delivered online and helping to ensure employees are equipped with the appropriate fire safety knowledge.
The courses are delivered in short, user-friendly modules ideal for induction training or as an introduction to new topics. In addition, the Academy is able to support the delivery of more in-depth courses delivered over a longer time-frame. All modules feature a variety of interactive challenges and assessments, where upon successful completion the system will generate an FPA Academy certificate.
8 training courses found
When designing new buildings, one way of meeting the functional requirements of current Building Regulations regarding access and facilities for the fire service to work premises is to consider the guidance included within Approved Document B (ADB). This course is designed to provide an understanding of ADB guidance with regard to access and facilities for the fire service to buildings.
Fire safety legislation in the UK places emphasis on the self-management of fire safety in places of work. This course is designed to develop understanding of responsibilities, introduce key fire safety issues and develop knowledge of the fire risk assessment process.
Everyone in the workplace plays a vital part in fire safety, but some individuals also have a legal responsibility to consider the needs of all of the people in a work premises, and to devise an appropriate evacuation plan relevant to the type of premises, usage and people. This course is designed to help you to arrive at plans that are practical and efficient, so that everyone in the workplace will be safer in the event of a fire and legislative requirements are met.
UK fire legislation places the responsibility for fire safety in the workplace on the responsible person in England and Wales, also called the 'duty holder' in Scottish legislation and the 'appropriate person' in Norther Ireland. The responsible person has many duties imposed upon them by the relevant legislation and this course develops awareness of those duties and how to meet the requirement.
According to UK fire legislation, the person responsible for the premises must make sure that everyone can evacuate safely in the event of a fire. This course will help those with responsibility for planning safe evacuation to develop the plans needed to assist people at additional risk due to a disability, impairment or health issue.
Everyone in the workplace has an important part to play in fire safety, even if they do not have an official role. This course is aimed at providing the necessary knowledge to enable all staff to keep themselves and their workplace safe.
Everyone in the workplace plays a vital part in fire safety, but some individuals also have an official responsibility as Fire Wardens or 'competent persons' This course is all about helping fire wardens to perform their role effectively, and keeping themselves and their workplace safe.
Premises comprising several or multiple accommodation units can pose an increased risk from fire to the occupants, particularly if those premises are poorly designed, managed or maintained. This course introduces a number of fundamental topics that are key to the effective management of fire safety in Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).