3 days with BS5306 exam BAFE invigilated on day 4
|Level||BAFE Theory and Practice in Servicing Portable Fire Extinguishers Certificate|
|Trainer||Alan Palmer - EDEXCEL Level 4 qualified (PTLLS)|
This course is for anyone involved with maintaining fire extinguishers to become a ‘competent person’ in accordance with the recommendations in BS5306-3:2017.
This course is appropriate for:
This intensive three-day programme introduces the student to the requirements of BS5306-3:2017, BS5306-8:2012 and BS5306-9:2015 in a structured manner, covering how to commission, install and maintain any portable fire extinguisher manufactured to BS EN3.
The course covers:
All our courses are run by Alan Palmer in an open and friendly manner. Students are encouraged to get actively involved, ask questions, discuss issues/topics and share their experiences.
The student receives a comprehensive technician's manual and will be given revision papers during the course to ready them for the BS5306-3 exam invigilated by BAFE.
Time will be given outside of the classroom if any student needs additional learning support.
Independent invigilation is carried out on day 4 by BAFE and consists of:
Arrangements can sometimes be made for dyslexic students if we are advised at the time of booking, but this may incur additional cost.
|Course Start Date||19th October 2020|
|Course End Date||22nd October 2020|
|Individual Price||£675.00 + VAT per person (excluding accommodation)|
Day 1 (Monday) Arrive: 8.45am for 9am start.
|Tools and Equipment||
All delegates are required to bring the following:
Note: Tools can be made available to borrow during the course and practical exam on request.
|Delegate Course Notes||Delegate Notes|
Candidate exam procedures whilst social distancing.pdf
Exam Course Delegate Notes Terms and Conditions Aug 2020.pdf
Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale Issue 3 August 2020.pdf
Car parking is complimentary for day guests of these conferencing facilities, however the cars must all be registered at reception on arrival each day to avoid a fine issued by the third party car park monitoring system. Overnight guests must also register their vehicles at a £4 charge per night.