Fire is not discriminatory. It maims, kills and destroys property irrespective of socio economic status and race. Effective fire safety is embedded in the concepts of safe building design, safe product design, risk management and community education.
Award: Level 5 Skills for Justice Award in Fire Investigation
Study Mode: Part time
Duration: Two week taught programme
Start Date: Start dates are varied
The course will develop your skills and knowledge to enable you to conduct a fire investigation and to communicate the findings of the investigation to stakeholders in writing and verbally to in accordance with legal requirements, appropriate conventions and agreed protocols.
Learning outcome and aims
We aim to create the perfect blend of knowledge, practical experience and relevance to equip you with the confidence and skills you need to get ahead in the world of work.
- We are proud to be an Approved Centre for SFJ Awards, now delivering a range of Regulated Qualifications. SFJ Awards is a nationally recognised and regulated awarding organisation who work with employers and training providers to help people working in justice and community safety, the armed forces, local government and healthcare to develop their skills and operate more effectively. We work in partnership with SFJ Awards to meet the sectors current and future workforce development and training needs.
Applicants must have fire investigation experience or have been appointed to a role where they will be able to generate evidence of work based fire investigative skills as part of the qualification process.
This course is based in the School of Engineering and Computing
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