Select Safety Services (UK)
Fire Door Installation Awareness Course (2 days)
NOCN (National Open College Network) Group have produced this assured Fire Door installation training course working collaboratively with the British Woodworking Federation. This fire door safety course aims to promote awareness in the construction industry of the factors involved in the appropriate installation of timber fire doors. The outline, structure and content of this course is assured by the NOCN Group.
Fire door installation course content and objectives
Fire door installation course delivery
This fire door installation course has a maximum of 15 delegates and will be delivered over 2 days.
The course is theory-based and will be delivered using a blend of learning techniques, focused on a course presentation in the form of a PowerPoint and the use of group interactive tasks and discussion. A supporting fire door installation course book will be issued to each course delegate on their arrival.
Assessment for fire door installation course
As this fire door course is designed to provide awareness to the delegates, the final assessment is not an examination paper. The assessment is designed to allow the tutor to gauge the level of understanding attained by the delegates on fire door installation. Each delegate must complete the multiple-choice assessment. The group will go through the questions to ensure that each delegate has understood full coverage of the course.
Certification is then completed by the tutor once the delegates have completed the course.
Quality assurance for fire door installation course
The quality assurance requirements of SiteRight Assured course delivery can be found within the SiteRight assured course quality manual, available on the NOCN website.
Location at a tutor-based conference suite (Colchester Hotel).
The cost is £750.00 per delegate for the 2 days (discounts are available for additional delegates attending the course from the same company).
This fee includes delegate registration with NOCN, tea/coffee and croissants on arrival, tea, coffee and biscuits mid-morning, hot lunch, and tea/coffee and cakes mid-afternoon.
If delegates wish to stay overnight at the hotel then the delegates company or delegates themselves should make the appropriate booking with the hotel and bear the cost.
All fees must be paid on application and a minimum of 21 days prior to the start day of the course.
Delegate company offices
Costs for the fire door installation course can be reduced if the delegate’s company has a suitable training area/conference room available for use on the premises. There must be a minimum of 5 delegates. The room must be large enough to seat all delegates in line with COVID 19 social distancing regulations pertaining at the time.
Fire door installation course terms and conditions
Course fee(s) must be paid up to 21 days before the fire door course start date, otherwise enrolment may be rejected.
The organiser reserves the right to cancel the enrolment if payment is not received in the required time scale.
The enrolment fee is not refundable unless the organiser is notified in writing of the attendee’s withdrawal / postponement at least 10 working days before the course commencement.
Upon submission of the cancellation notice, the participator will be charged 40% of the course fee if the cancellation was made 7 working days prior to the course commencement date. The full course fee will be incurred should the cancellation be made 4 working days prior to the course commencement date.
An applicant may, subject to the approval of the organiser, nominate a substitute to attend the fire door installation course on his/her behalf.
Select Safety Services (UK) Limited reserves the right to cancel, amend, postpone, or dissolve any course due to unseen foreseen circumstances. We will notify all participants by phone or e-mail and will provide the next available course date; or a full cash or credit refund for the course which has been cancelled.
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