Fire Safety Training Course

Ninety percent of fires in Irish workplaces can be attributed to human errors.

About the course

Suitable for anyone in the workplace or members of the public who wish to learn how to correctly identify fire hazards, and the correct usage of various fire extinguishers.

This course aims to create greater awareness and understanding of the threat posed by fire at workplace and what action should be taken in  the event of a fire.

It is a legal requirement under relevant Irish legislation.


Half day


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On-site at your place of work or business. An alternative venue can be arranged in agreement with Learn How Training.

Instruction Method

Theory & Practical demonstrations by your instructor Learner practice and continuous assessment.

Short written assessment to evaluate your understanding of Fire Safety.


Personalised Learn How Training Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon successful completion.

Valid for 2 Years.

Course Materials

You will be provided with the relevant course material.

Learner Requirements

Please ensure to wear comfortable clothing and footwear. You will be performing some light lifting and moving tasks.

Reasonable Accommodation

Should you experience difficulty with any aspect of your Fire Safety Training Course, please speak with your instructor in confidence.

You will be required to adequately demonstrate a defined set of practical Skills to be awarded your Learn How Training Fire Safety Certificate of attendance.

Instructor Quality and Training

The standard of training is kept consistently high for course participants.
Your Instructor undertakes frequent refresher training to maintain their instructor certifications.

Learners who successfully complete this course participants will be able to:


Identify possible fire hazards in the workplace.


Possess the skills and the knowledge to carry out your fire safety duties safely.


Have a good basic understanding of relevant Irish legislation pertaining to fire.


Be able to effectively carry out a fire risk assessment for work area.


Understand how fires can occurs and how fire and smoke can spread quickly.


Identify the correct type of fire equipment for the class of fire and be able to use correctly.


Make sure fire equipment is inspected and maintained frequently.


Be able to safely advise members of staff on measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of a fire occurring.