Fire Training

The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015, emphasises the need to provide employees with instruction, information and training necessary to ensure their health and safety. Providing employees with health and safety information and training reduces the chance of them suffering injuries or ill health.

Fire extinguisher

Fire extinguisher

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of the fire classes and fire suppression techniques, and select and implement a strategy to deal with fire. This unit standard is applicable to members of the general public in industrial and domestic situations.

NZQA Unit Standards: 3271
Duration: 4 hours
on application
Principles of Fire Science

Principles of Fire Science

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of the chemistry of fire and the basic principles of the physics of fire. This unit standard is primarily for personnel whose duties involve fire and rescue response in the workplace and will also be relevant to other learners who anticipate the need to use hand-held fire extinguishers in industrial or domestic situations.

NZQA Unit Standards: 4647
Duration: 4 hours
on application
Fire Warden

Fire Warden

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of evacuation requirements for a particular workplace or site, and explain the duties of a Fire and Emergency Warden.

NZQA Unit Standards: 18408
Duration: 4 Hours
on application
Unit	Wear and operate compressed air breathing apparatus in the workplace

Unit Wear and operate compressed air breathing apparatus in the workplace

describe the safe operation of a compressed air breathing apparatus (CABA); prepare, test, and recommission CABA equipment; wear and monitor a CABA; and implement emergency procedures.

NZQA Unit Standards: 25044
Duration: 1 day
on application