No. of licences % saving
10-19 10%
20-49 20%
50-99 25%
100-149 30%
150-199 35%

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Topics Covered
  • Course aims and outcomes
  • Employer and Employee Responsibilities
  • Fire - Three Essential Elements
  • How Fire Spreads
  • Evacuation Strategies
  • Rasiing and Responding to a Fire Alarm
  • Minimising Injury
  • Fire Prevention and Best Practice
  • Assessment

Fire Safety Awareness (Adult Residential Care)

The Fire Safety Awareness training identifies fire safety concerns and outlines measures that apply in an adult residential care setting. The training explains you and your employer’s responsibility for fire safety, individuals at particular risk, how fires start and spread, evacuation strategies, what you can do to minimise the risk of a fire starting and what you should do if a fire breaks out.

Examples are given of the fire safety hazards commonly found in adult residential care, and identifies good fire safety practices that will reduce the risk of fires starting and residents, staff and visitors coming to harm. The training covers the essential knowledge requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, the Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 and the Fire Safety Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010. The content incorporates knowledge requirements and best practice provided by the UK Health and Safety Executive and the.

The content incorporates knowledge requirements and best practice provided by Health Education England, Skills for Care and Skills for Health, the Health and Safety Executive, the Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland and the Department for Communities and Local Government.

The training is presented step-by-step to make it easy to understand and retain knowledge.

Who is it for?

Fire safety awareness training is a legal requirement for all staff members and volunteers, whether full or part time, temporary or permanent. Fire Safety Awareness training must be given when they are first employed and periodically thereafter.

How does it benefit a care organisation?

The online training is an easy way to ensure that staff and volunteers understand the potential fire hazards and risks that underpin your emergency evacuation plans. There is no IT to install. Simple workflows allow a designated member of staff to quickly and easily manage your people via the i2Comply Learning Management System (LMS). For example, to add new staff members and assign training, see who has accessed and passed the course, print certificates and arrange refresher training. Staff records can be viewed real time on your i2Comply dashboard and can be exported to spreadsheets and .pdf documents. All records, including those of staff who have left are available in a couple of mouse clicks ensuring that, if there is a fire, an insurer can’t dispute a claim on the grounds that training has not taken place.

Where can the course be taken?

The online training course can be accessed at any time from a PC, laptop or tablet.

How long does it take?

Typically the Fire Safety Awareness course takes 60 minutes, including the final assessment. You can revisit any of the topics and retake the assessment as many times as necessary.

When do I get my certificate?

When you have successfully passed the course you will be able to download and print your certificate straight away.

FREE Fire Extinguisher Awareness Training

It is not a legal requirement for anyone to undergo extinguisher training but it is certainly best practice. We include an online Fire Extinguisher Training course with every Fire Safety Awareness course sold. Both courses are to the same high standard and include professional voice over.

Can’t find the training you want? Just email us at or call us on 0333 577 5016 to discuss what you are looking for. We regularly add to our training portfolio and adapt existing training to specific end user requirements.