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What You Will Learn?
Fire Warden Training offers a great program for people who thrive on responsibility. Nationally accredited qualifications can be attained in only 4hrs of dedicated study, with certification lasting for 1 year prior to a quick renewal course. At Real First Aid, skills are learnt using simulation training, where you get genuine emergency response practice during training and graduate with skills that are honed and ready for use. Fire warden training includes:
- Understanding designated responsibilities
related to emergency response
- Development of workplace emergency
- Reporting risks and hazards in the workplace
- Evaluation of workplace emergencies and evacuations
- Preparing for an evacuation
- Assisting others in accord with emergency response procedures
Who are the real first aid trainers?
Our qualified instructors are world-class legends. They’re paramedics, firemen, critical care nurses and former military. These are people who know how to think on their feet and will teach you to do the same. Our trainers want you to be involved, ask questions and have a go. Great effort and planning is taken to ensure an inclusive, safe and non-intimidating learning environment. We don’t want you to memorise a stack of information on ‘how to apply first aid’, we want you to experience it for yourself.
Who Will Benefit from Fire Warden Training?
With Real First Aid training, everyone benefits. Fire warden training is ideally undertaken with like-minded persons interested in occupational health and safety. There is a lot of overlap these days between first aid, emergency response, OH&S, and medical first aid procedures that can be performed on site, and fire wardens play an important role.
Coaxing reluctant people away from their workstations can be difficult, but with the right training comes an approach that will be respected and appreciated. Fire wardens evacuate staff and visitors, corral people at designated meeting points, count heads, maintain emergency equipment, and assist other first aiders and emergency services personnel. Fire wardens are an essential part of any building safety strategy, and an important addition to any enthusiastic workforce.
Why do I Need this Qualification?
Fire wardens hold responsible positions that are taken seriously. First aid emergency response is best performed with a cool head and decisive mind for making the right decisions. Fire warden training establishes an important link in the life saving chain. This course is ideal for staff who want to develop leadership capabilities in the workplace. Employment progression potential includes emergency management planning, communications, equipment and facilities maintenance and other essential workplace functions.