The BRE Academy can deliver many of our fire courses at any location and in any venue that meets our simple requirements (shown below).

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Training Requirements for In-house Courses

This section sets out the minimum requirements of the BRE Academy to accommodate one of our training courses.

We require that you provide a room to accommodate the training (including a projection screen), catering and refreshments for the delegates over the duration of the course. The training room is to be set up in ‘cabaret style’ (as described in the diagram below), with tables arranged so that everyone can view the screen.

BRE Academy takes pride in providing delegates with an exceptional training experience. The following hosting requirements must be satisfied. Failure to do so will void any warranties provided by BRE Academy under the Agreement:

  1. The training room must be large enough to accommodate all delegates attending the training course.
  2. Delegates must have ample room to allow for a comfortable learning experience.
  3. Tables should be set up in ‘cabaret style’ as illustrated in the graphic below.
  4. No more than 6 delegates shall be seated at any table.
  5. The tables must be large enough for delegates to have manuals open and other working documents. (tables can be round or square).
  6. There should be at least 0.5m gap between tables for the trainer to access the room once the delegates are seated.
  7. The training room should be able to maintain a comfortable temperature range between 21˚ and 24˚Celsius.
  8. The training room must have a dedicated projector system capable of connection to a Laptop and access to electrical points for the trainer.

Cabaret Style Room Arrangement

Cabaret style classroom layout

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Fire Risk Assessor Level 4 Diploma

This 5 day course will equip you with the tools and knowledge to complete fire risk assessments of all but the most complex buildings.

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Passive Fire Protection Level 3 Foundation

The Foundation Course in Passive Fire Protection offered in partnership with the Association of Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) provides essential knowledge and understanding in this key fire protection specialism.

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BRE Burn Hall Test Fire

Fire Stopping and Compartmentation

Fire Stopping and Compartmentation is constructed to prevent the spread of fire to or from another part of the same building, or an adjoining building.

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Timber Fire Door – Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Correctly installing fire doors and doorsets and their on-going repair and maintenance is critical to the safety of building occupants. Fire doors play a vital role in containing fire and the spread of smoke in the event of a fire.

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Fire Door Inspection

Inspection of fire doors is vital to ensure their robustness and integrity is achieved and maintained. A thorough inspection is required to verify that the door and its hardware have been installed correctly and meets the proper standard of protection.

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Successful completion of this three day course and workshop will leave attendees able to verify risk assessments and zoning for atmospheres where flammable dust, gas & vapour are present.