Fire Marshal and Wardens Training Course

The Fire Marshal and Wardens Training course is designed to inform employees who have been nominated as Fire Marshal or Warden, of the responsibilities of their role – for example understanding how fires can break out, how quickly they spread, what measures need to be in place to reduce the risk of fire, and what emergency procedures must be carried out in the event of a fire.

£15.00 + VAT

SKU: 36 Category:
2-9 £12.50 25%
10-49 £10.00 33%
50+ £7.50 50%

The course will be structured as follows:

  • Introduction
  • Understanding fire
  • Fire action
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Fire fighting equipment 
  • Fire marshal & wardens’ responsibilities 
  • Building emergency coordinator or officers role


We offer flexible training therefore the course can be completed online, anywhere, on a laptop, desktop, or device. Take just 25-30 mins out of your day or pause and save your progress to learn at your own pace. 

Once you have completed all modules you will need to complete a final assessment whereupon completion, you will be awarded a Fire Marshal and Wardens Certificate to verify that your business is complying with its legal obligations and requirements

This course is essential to any employees within an organisation who have been appointed the role of Fire Marshal or Warden.

Our course aims to inform users of the importance of their role and how to efficiently carry out their duties to keep in line with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

It will help learners recognise the typical causes of fires along with being able to identify the variations of fire fighting equipment and what classification of fires they can be used on. 

Learner will be able to successfully conduct fire risk assessments to identify potential risks and implement prevention measures. They will understand what fire precautions must be in place which best support the business, and what emergency arrangements must be implemented to ensure a smooth evacuation process should a fire break out on the premises.

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 it is an employer or business owners’ responsibility to ensure they have adequate fire safety management systems in place on their premises. They may appoint a competent person – a Fire Marshal or Warden – to carry out such duties, such as fire risk assessments, emergency procedures, evacuations plans, and communication with emergency services.  

Fire Marshals and Wardens play a vital role on the premises to ensure the safety of the workforce, therefore adequate training is required in order for them to effectively conduct the responsibilities of their role.