NEBOSH International Fire Certificate

NEBOSH International Fire Certificate 

Summary

The NEBOSH International Fire Certificate provides the knowledge to carry out fire risk assessments and identify the range of protective and preventive measures you need to minimise the risk of fire. This course is designed for anyone with fire safety responsibilities in the workplace and is suitable for managers, supervisors and employee representatives.

IOSH Membership : Technician member (Designatory letters after your name:Tech IOSH)

NQF (National qualification framework, England) : Level 3

SCQF (Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework) : Level 5

What you will study

UNIT IGC1: MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
(see NEBOSH International General Certificate)

UNIT IFC1: INTERNATIONAL FIRE SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENTNEBOSH

  1. Managing Fire Safety
  2. Principles of Fire and Explosion
  3. Causes and Prevention of Fire and Explosions
  4. Fire Protection in Buildings
  5. Safety of People in the Event of Fire
  6. Fire Safety Risk Assessment

UNIT IFC2: FIRE SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION

The completion of a fire safety risk assessment of a workplace.

Method of study

E-Learning – 120 hours of study

Assessment

The assessment consists of two examinations and a practical fire risk assessment of a workplace.

Candidates sit their exams on standard exam dates (See Exams Schedule).

Exams will be conducted at British Council, Malaysia.

Course Fee

RM 3,543.00 Promotional Price! (Standard Price RM 4,724.00)

Price includes: course materials, downloadable and printable E-Textbooks, unlimited tutoring support from industry experts in the UK, NEBOSH fees, exam fees, British Council fees, and taxes

Course Fees for Individual Modules

NEBOSH IFC 1 - RM 1,867.00

NEBOSH IFC 2 - RM 1,867.00

Prices for individual modules also includes: Price includes: course materials, downloadable and printable E-Textbook, unlimited tutoring support from industry experts in the UK, NEBOSH fees, exam fees, British Council fees, and taxes

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