Advanced Fire Officer

Course Information

The Advanced Fire Officer course is designed for clients who tend to have an Advanced understanding of Fire Fighting like team leaders and supervisors requiring skills in Fire Fighting and HSE members. This course learns how to manage a Fire through the scenarios can be contextualized to your customers’ requirements.
The course will meet the recommendations of the NFPA standards for training of Fire Fighting to the appointed person.

Course Specification

Intended Participant:

Team leaders and supervisors requiring skills in Fire Fighting and HSE members

Max Student Instructor Ratio:

Unlimited Candidates: 1 Instructor

Course Duration:

Initial Training: 2 Days

Language:

English/Arabic

Assessment:

Knowledge and skills assessment

Course Information Sheet:
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Materials

Student Materials Includes:

• Essential Skills and Reference Guide
• Wall Certificate
• Course Evaluation and Statement of Understanding Form

Hands-on Skill Practice

Students will practice the essential skills in small groups and will apply these skills in scenario sessions during the course

Assessment

• Students are assessed throughout the course by instructor observation of the essential skills
• There is also asummative assessment of knowledge and skills at the end of this course

Content and Materials

Course Content:
  • Introduction
  • Fire
  • Mechanism of Combustion
  • Flash Point
  • Oxygen Required for Combustion
  • Ignition Temperature
  • Fire Point
  • Fire Tetrahedron (Fire Triangle)
  • Fire Hydrant
  • Fire Hose Reel
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Fire Sprinkler
  • Fire Suit and equipment
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
  • Familiarization of Fire Pump and Operation
  • Water Extinguishing System
  • Foam Extinguishing System
  • Co2 Extinguishing System
  • Dry Powder Extinguishing System
  • How to Fight the Fire
  • Fire Detectors
  • Fire Alarm Pull/Push Station
  • Fire Alarm Control Panel
  • Means of Egress
  • Emergency Plan
  • Evacuation
  • Incident Operations
  • Incident Operations – Live-Fire Scenarios
  • Fire Management
  • Fire Investigation
  • Safety Officer/Management Techniques
  • Teaching and Training Adults (Train the Trainer)
  • Training and Instruction Techniques
  • Individual Fire Subject and Presentation
  • Assessment