Steeped in history and mentioned in the Domesday Book, records show that Birmingham was producing knives and tools as early as 1538. By 1639, Birmingham was manufacturing arms and supplied swords to the Parliamentarian side during the Civil War. When James Watt and Mathew Bolton perfected the design of the steam engine, in the late 18th century, Birmingham’s proximity to the coal and iron deposits in north Warwickshire, quickly enabled it to become the principal centre of commerce and industry.
All our Fire Safety Training Courses in Birmingham are ‘in-house’ which means we deliver our training courses at your place of work or at a location suitable for you. This reduces staff travelling costs and allows your staff to attend the course with minimal disruption to your business and a more effective training outcome.
Our Trainers provide the resources and training material required to deliver the event, however, please contact us to confirm any further requirements including tailoring of any of our courses.
Fire Marshal Training in Birmingham
You have an obligation to appoint and arrange training for a number of fire marshals or fire wardens, as suggested by your fire risk assessment. We will train them in safe and swift evacuations, as well as helping them to identify and reduce fire risks to prevent problems occurring in the first place. Our fire warden training in Birmingham is a half day course that can be arranged in house at a time to suit your schedules.