Expert construction industry training provider, Exova BM TRADA, will be running the next in its series of popular fire door training courses at the end of June.
The first course, Fire Doors Explained, is a full-day CPD certified session being held on June 28th that considers the importance of correctly specified, installed and maintained fire doors through a series of classroom based modules and a one hour live fire resistance test on a full scale fire door.
This course is aimed at those who are involved in building safety and fire protection; such as fire officers, construction companies and installers, architects and specifiers. The course is delivered by Simon Bailey, a member of Exova BM TRADA’s passive fire protection product assessment team.
On 29th June two follow-on courses will be run as a part of Exova BM TRADA’s Q-Mark Fire Door Certification Scheme.
The Q-Mark Fire Door Installation course offers detailed guidance on fire door installation, door plugging and the Q-Mark certification process and is aimed at those individuals and organisations involved in the installation of these life critical products.
The Q-Mark Fire Door Maintenance course considers how to correctly maintain fire doors, a requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, referencing the scheme’s unique Accepted Repair Technique (ART) procedures. The fire door maintenance course is aimed at those individuals and organisations directly involved in maintaining a building’s fire doors.
Both the installation and maintenance courses build on the training provided in the Fire Doors Explained seminar and will be delivered by Paul Judd, Compliance Manager at PRJ Compliance, who has extensive experience of fire door manufacturing, installation and maintenance certification.
Exova BM TRADA runs additional fire door courses throughout the year which can be offered in-house or within a client’s premises and provides management systems courses and general management training.