The NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety is a globally relevant fire safety qualification that you can complete in just one week. Through its focused syllabus, you can learn and develop fire safety skills that can be used in workplaces anywhere in the world.
This qualification can help you protect people, property, and ultimately your business from the harm a fire can cause. This focused qualification helps you learn and develop fire safety skills which can be applied in workplaces anywhere in the world.
On completion of the NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety you will have the knowledge and skills to:
This instructor led training is delivered using a blended learning approach and comprises of presentations, guided sessions of practical exercise and
You will have the opportunity to interact with our experienced facilitator who will bring professional and research expertise into their teaching.
This qualification has a two-step assessment process which consists of:
An open book examination: you will be able to complete this at home or in another safe and suitable location where you can concentrate. You will be presented with a scenario that describes a realistic workplace and situation. You will then be asked to carry out a series of tasks using evidence presented in the scenario as well as the underpinning knowledge you have gained through your studies and revision.
You will have 24 hours to complete and submit your paper - though you should be able to complete it in 4-5 hours.
A practical fire risk assessment: the fire risk assessment has been developed around fire risk assessment standards such as the Home Office fire guidance and PAS79-1:2020.
The time needed to complete the fire risk assessment is not restricted. We do, however, recommend that you take around three hours to complete all four parts of the assessment. We feel that the three hours will allow you to show your understanding of the assessment requirements and complete a good quality fire risk assessment.
Both assessments will be marked by an external examiner appointed by NEBOSH. These examiners are chosen for their experience and expertise to ensure that learners are assessed by the very best from our industry.
The qualification grade is based only on the result from
the open book examination (Unit FSC1). Learners
need to achieve a ‘Pass’ in both units (FSC1 and FSC2)
before the parchment can be issued.