This course is a blend of e Learning and classroom learning, and will enable successful participants to become licensed as assessors on the BREEAM UK New Construction 2018 scheme.
Delivery of this course is achieved by using a blended learning approach of on-line pre-course materials in the form of digital modules, followed by interactive classroom workshops and examinations.
This 3 day training course, which involves pre-course online learning (up to 30 hours), will enable you to assess buildings using an approach specifically designed for refurbishment and fit-out projects.
This qualification is recognised as the industry standard for those intending to work professionally as a Passive House Designer in the UK and Abroad.
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for masterplanning projects, infrastructure and buildings.
This 5 day course will equip you with the tools and knowledge to complete fire risk assessments of all but the most complex buildings.
Successful completion of this 46 hour long fully online course qualifies participants in BREEAM International New Construction and, once licensed as an assessor, enables them to assess projects and provide a sustainability rating.
BREEAM Communities 2012 is targeted at neighbourhood scale developments.
BREEAM In-Use is a comprehensive and holistic environmental assessment method for assessing and rating the sustainability of existing, commercial assets.
NABERS is a new scheme for rating the operational energy efficiency of UK offices.
After successfully completing this training course and examination, learners will become a qualified BREEAM Accredited Professional (AP).
This training course is for candidates who wish to become a Code for Sustainable Homes assessor.
The Home Quality Mark (HQM) is the new national quality mark designed to give people the confidence that the new homes they are choosing to buy or rent are well designed, well built, and cost effective to run.
This course is for candidates who wish to become BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment Assessors.
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings, and addresses construction at all stages.
CEEQUAL is the sustainability assessment, rating and awards scheme developed by the Institution of Civil Engineers for civil engineering, infrastructure, landscaping and the public realm.
Successful completion of this three day course and workshop will leave attendees able to undertake risk assessments and zoning for atmospheres where flammable dust, gas & vapour are present.
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.
This two-day course provides an overview of information management using BIM as outlined in ISO 19650 parts 1 and 2.
An examination for existing BREEAM Non Domestic assessors who wish to add additional standard BREEAM schemes to their qualification.
A top up training course for licensed BREEAM UK New Construction assessors to become approved for the UK Non-domestic refurbishment and fit-out scheme.
The purpose of this training course is to allow specified existing BRE Global licensed assessors to gain the HQM assessor qualification.
Take this eight-hour, six-module online course from BRE to receive the qualification to apply for a BREEAM International Refurbishment & Fit-Out license.
An online training course followed by a half day exam session for existing BRE Global licensed BREEAM, EcoHomes or Code for Sustainable Homes Assessors who wish to add the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment scheme to their qualification.
Building information modelling (BIM) is transforming construction, and skills are in high demand.
Correctly installing fire doors and doorsets and their on-going repair and maintenance is critical to the safety of building occupants.
Poor fire door installation can mean that well-manufactured doors fail to provide the required performance in the event of a fire.
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.
This six-hour course forms Stage 2 of the BRE BIM Certification education pathway and is for professionals who undertake Information Management functions.
This training course is for existing non BRE Global licensed Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) assessors who wish to become a BRE Global licensed CSH assessor.
This online course provides an overview of information management using BIM as outlined in ISO 19650 parts 1 and 2.
The Passivhaus standard is the fastest growing low-energy and comfort standard in the world with over 45,000 buildings realised to date, with many more currently being designed and constructed.
This award winning online course is aimed at proactive sustainability teams, who want to work better with BREEAM (the World's leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings) in their normal project role.
The Domestic Retrofit Training Course consists of six 20-30-minute modules to raise awareness of key technical refurbishment topics.
This course provides an understanding of why BIM as Information Management is a fundamental requirement in delivering change within the AEC Industry.
The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure, and buildings.
A video recording of Dr David Crowder presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2016.
A video recording of Martin Shipp presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2016.
A video recording of Nigel Firkins presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2016.
A video recording of Raman Chagger presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2016.
Dr Cosmin Ticleanu, principal consultant and expert in daylight and electric lighting and their application on sustainable buildings, hosts this webinar, giving a review of the existing research and literature on circadian lighting and how this affects human health and well-being.
This webinar will describe the challenges and reveal the solutions of the Flood Resistant Demonstration House and provide an insight of the learning that will inform future refurbishment and building practices.
A video recording of Richard Chitty presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2015.
A video recording of Raman Chagger presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2015.
This one-hour webinar from BRE covers the most recent BREEAM Mat03 and BES6001 certifications and introduces the changes in BREEAM 2018.
To help close the energy performance gap, BREEAM NC 2018 proposes to award extra credits for more detailed energy prediction and verification of actual performance.
This webinar provides an introduction to the new life cycle assessment issues (Mat 01 and Mat 02) in BREEAM UK New Construction 2018.
eTool Regional Director Pat Hermon joined CHB Sustainability to host this one-hour webinar that covers the basics of completing life cycle design modelling in eToolLCD from start to finish.
This webinar will take you through the new BREEAM Change in Ecological Value calculation methodology exploring the background to its development, how it works, its practical application and explore its feasibility and possible approaches in different situations.
This one hour recorded webinar will cover the cause of the most common and frequent problems encountered when undertaking retrofit projects.
BREEAM In-Use (BIU) is a comprehensive and holistic environmental assessment method that can be used for almost any type of building, including commercial and residential assets, across the world.
SABRE inspires property designers, developers, owners and occupiers to adopt a systematic, risk-based approach to security in and around their built assets.
Fire safety is one of the most important aspects of construction and maintenance.
A video recording of Debbie Smith presenting at the BRE Fire Conference in Watford in 2015.
BREEAM UK Non-domestic Refurbishment and Fit-out – New Assessor | classroom
BREEAM UK New Construction 2018 – New Assessor | virtual classroom
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for masterplanning projects, infrastructure and buildings. It recognises and reflects the value in higher performing assets across the built environment lifecycle, from new construction to in-use and refurbishment. BREEAM does this through third party certification of the assessment of an asset’s environmental, social and economic sustainability performance, using standards developed by BRE Global Ltd. The role of Assessors is vital to the BREEAM certification process. Qualified and licensed BREEAM Assessors work with project teams to conduct the assessment of a building/asset prior to checking by the certification body, BRE Global Ltd. This process puts Assessors at the forefront in driving industry change towards a more sustainable built environment. eLearning learning BREEAM UK New Construction (NC) Assessor training commences with approximately 30 hours of interactive online modules delivered through our dedicated online learning portal. You will be led on a journey into BREEAM by way of interactive content and technical presentations, which will gradually build your knowledge and confidence with the BREEAM UKNC 2018 scheme. You can complete these modules at your own pace, throughout the modules there are quiz questions so you can check your understanding as you progress through the course. Virtual Live-stream event training Following the online learning phase, you will attend a two day virtual event course which will consolidate your understanding and newly acquired knowledge. Through interactive workshops and learning activities, we will refine your understanding gained through the online training, moving onto the more complex and technical aspects of the scheme. You will be fully supported by a dedicated tutor. Please note that you will need a simple microphone and web camera linked to your computer for the live-stream event training as well as for the examinations. Day 1
- Brief discussion and review of online self-study modules
- Overview of becoming an assessor and the value of BREEAM
- Focus on a few of the more complex issues within the scheme
- Navigating the technical manual and associated documents – Knowing your way around the material
- Continue to focus on a few of the more complex issues within the scheme
- Question and answer session
- BREEAM General Understanding examination
- BREEAM UK NC technical examination
- An introduction to BREEAM
- The BREEAM processes
- Scope of UKNC2018
- Being an assessor
- Support Networks
- Technical modules
- Demonstrating and validating performance
- Navigation of the technical manual
- Practical understanding of the complex and technical issues of the BREEAM process.
- Designing or specifying buildings for low environmental impact
- Delivering BREEAM environmental assessments, and
- Satisfying professional CPD requirements and gaining a recognised qualification at the same time.
BREEAM International New Construction New Assessor | online
BREEAM Communities | virtual classroom
BREEAM Communities 2012 is targeted at neighbourhood scale developments. It aims to help the design team, developers and planners to improve, measure and independently certify the sustainability of a large scale development at the design and planning stage. The scheme influences sustainability at the early stages of project development through community engagement, site strategy and implementation in design. This can lead into BREEAM assessments of buildings and homes. Virtual Live-stream event training This course is broken down into two Modules run as a live-virtual event plus an additional ½ day for those wishing to become qualified as a BREEAM Communities Assessor by sitting the relevant examinations. Please note that you will need a simple microphone and web camera linked to your computer for the live-stream event training as well as for the online examinations. Module 1 virtual The first module (Day 1) is an introduction and overview of BREEAM Communities 2012. It is suitable for planning officers, consultants and developers who want to understand the scheme and how to use it. Programme for Module 1
- An introduction to BREEAM Communities
- The international, national and local context for sustainable communities
- When to use BREEAM Communities and which projects are suitable
- Meeting key sustainability objectives with BREEAM Communities
- Meeting key planning requirements with BREEAM Communities
- The links between BREEAM Communities 2012 and building level assessments.
- Timescales, phasing and assessment
- The technical aspects of BREEAM Communities
- An introduction to the scoring tool
- The Assessor’s role
- The assessment process
- Using BREEAM Communities 2012 outside of the UK.
- The BREEAM Communities technical paper
- The BREEAM General Understanding paper.
BREEAM In-Use International v6 Assessor | online
BREEAM In-Use is a comprehensive and holistic environmental assessment method for assessing and rating the sustainability of existing, commercial assets. It provides a framework to help owners, managers and occupiers of existing assets successfully adopt sustainable solutions in a cost-effective manner and provides market recognition for their achievements. The International version of the standard is applicable in any country which does not have a local adaptation (more information). For courses specific to applying BREEAM in one of these countries, please contact our local National Scheme Operator. The certification process requires a licensed BREEAM In-Use International Assessor to assess and verify the performance of the asset. In order to be eligible to apply for this Assessor license, Candidates must successfully complete the BREEAM In-Use International Assessor online training course and pass the examination which is proctored online through a third party and scheduled by the learner. The training course is specifically designed for built environment professionals that have a background in the management and operation of commercial buildings. The training focuses on the BREEAM assessment process and methodology to apply the Candidate’s knowledge and experience in this aspect of the asset lifecycle. Course fees include training and exam administration. At this time, only training provided by BRE Global is considered acceptable for eligibility for BREEAM In-Use International licensing. Once a Candidate has completed the training and successfully passed the exam, they will be eligible to apply for a BREEAM In-Use International license within one year of successfully passing the exam. Candidates who do not apply for a license within in that time period will need to retake the class to regain their eligibility for licensing.
Prerequisites for AttendanceTo conduct assessments effectively, Assessors must have sufficient knowledge and experience in relevant professions to uphold the BREEAM In-Use standard. For this training, Candidates are required to have at least two years full-time experience (within the last five years) in one or more of the following professions or equivalent:
- Building surveying
- Building Engineering or regulatory (control) services
- Building or Facilities Management
- Product or manufacturing auditing
- Certification experience in the built environment
- Environmental/energy services
Training ProgramThe course is delivered fully online and includes:
- Review of the In-Use International Version 6 Technical Standards for Commercial and Residential
- Roles and responsibilities for Assessors in the program
- The certification process
- Evidence gathering and verification
- Conducting site visits
- Quality Assurance
LicensingThe license permits the Assessor to conduct assessments of asset performance using the BREEAM In-Use International scheme. Only licensed Assessors can submit to BRE for certification. An annual license fee of £500 per Assessor includes:
- A company and individual listing on our global database of BREEAM professionals
- Monthly operational and technical updates to help maintain your knowledge about the BREEAM In-Use program
- Ability to submit technical questions to BRE
- Access to additional information and tools to maintain your competence.
Questions?Feel free to contact us at BREAcademy@bregroup.com with any questions.
NABERS UK Assessor Training
NABERS is a new scheme for rating the operational energy efficiency of UK offices. NABERS UK will play a vital role in bridging the performance gap between the design and in-use energy performance of offices in the UK and create much-needed transparency for the market.
BREEAM AP Design & Site | classroom
After successfully completing this training course and examination, learners will become a qualified BREEAM Accredited Professional (AP). As a BREEAM AP learners will be able to support project teams to deliver their sustainability goals and influence how a development will meet BREEAM targets.
Home Quality Mark (HQM) Training – New Assessors | classroom
The Home Quality Mark (HQM) is the new national quality mark designed to give people the confidence that the new homes they are choosing to buy or rent are well designed, well built, and cost effective to run. It also allows house builders to demonstrate the high quality of their homes and to differentiate them in the marketplace.
BREEAM AP Design & Site | online
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings, and addresses construction at all stages. It is the world’s longest established method of assessing, rating and certifying the sustainability of buildings. This comprehensive training course has been designed to allow suitably experienced construction professionals who have a good knowledge of environmental design and the design process to deliver new construction and refurbishment of buildings to meet BREEAM requirements. The new BREEAM AP (Advisory Professional) qualification enables you to work across the relevant BREEAM schemes as a recognised sustainability professional and champion. By successfully completing this training course, you will qualify as a BREEAM AP. On this course, you will learn the role of the AP and understand what a development needs to do in order to meet BREEAM targets and sustainability goals. You’ll learn how to facilitate project teams to schedule activities, set priorities and negotiate the trade-offs required to achieve the target BREEAM rating when the development is formally assessed. On completion of this training course, you’ll be eligible to apply for a BREEAM AP subscription. As a BREEAM AP, you can help and advise developments to achieve up to six BREEAM credits (dependent on the types of schemes). The qualification and annual membership recognise an individual’s ability to provide expert advice on how projects should achieve their sustainability goals and performance.
Learning outcomesAfter successfully completing this course, you can become a BREEAM AP (Design & Site) and be able to help a project to achieve its BREEAM targets and maximise opportunities for project performance. Specifically, you will be able to:
- Encourage an integrated design and construction process
- Use BREEAM as a framework to establish, agree and achieve the desired level of sustainability performance for a development
- Provide expert advice to the design team using the principles of environmental sustainability, environmental design and the environmental assessment process
- Offer design advice
- Facilitate the design team’s efforts by providing key input throughout the design process
- Schedule activities, set priorities and negotiate trade-offs
- Target BREEAM rating at formal assessment in the most cost-effective way
- Be able to understand the basics of sustainability on site, both in the correct installation of building components for the optimum environmental performance of the finished building and in minimising impacts from the building site and operations
- Know how to successfully champion sustainability onsite, including how to involve site workers and the supply chain
- Understand the process of BREEAM certification and know your role within the post-construction stage assessment
- Be able to identify the correct type of evidence required to enable the BREEAM assessor to carry out their assessment
Is it right for me?This training course is suitable for architects, engineers and others with demonstrable design skills and responsibilities who want to specialise in BREEAM.
RequirementsYou will need to either hold a recognised academic or vocational qualification in a relevant built environment discipline or have at least three years’ post-graduate (or equivalent) professional experience working in a role covering the sustainability of the built environment. In addition, you should:
- have had team involvement on a number of projects where sustainability was part of the project brief,
- be able to demonstrate knowledge of environmental design/integrated design with an appreciation of life cycle assessment and cost analysis, and,
- be able to demonstrate an ability to manage multiple tasks and have time management skills
DiscountsLicensed BREEAM Assessors are eligible for a discount on this course. Please enter the code BREEAMAP2020 as part of your booking. We offer 15% discount (for full fee-paying delegates) applicable to all RIBA, CIAT and CIBSE members.
ProgrammeThis BREEAM AP training course is delivered in online modules followed by an onine examination.
Online trainingThe online training modules cover:
- Module 1 – BREEAM overview, basics of BREEAM and roles within the scheme, its aims and principles, scope of assessments and history timeline
- Module 2 – looks at key issues within BREEAM UK New Construction
- Module 3 – looks at key issues within BREEAM International New Construction
- Module 4 – looks at site-based work during construction
- Module 5 – more detailed review on:
- Roles and responsibilities
- Sustainable construction
- How BREEAM works
- Design team responsibilities
- Basic approach for BREEAM assessments
- Whole-life Value; Collaboration; Importance of Timing
- Relationship between the different BREEAM schemes
- Comparison of costs per percentage point basis
- BREEAM PI Insurance
- Module 6 – associated information documentation
- Examination information
ExaminationIn order to become a BREEAM AP, you will need to pass an online 60-minute multiple-choice examination at the end of the online modules. A classroom version of the BREEAM AP course is also available.
Learners who completed thisAfter successfully completing the training course, you will be able to apply for your subscription to practise as a BREEAM AP (Design & Site). An annual subscription fee of £250 + VAT is payable for all BREEAM APs on successful completion of the exam. This maintains your Green Book Live listing, provides access to the BREEAM Extranet and maintenance of CPD and is a requirement for maintaining your AP status. Please note the first subscription must be paid within the first 6 months on successful completion of the exam.
- Designed and led by industry experts
- Flexible access – learn from your office or your home
- Own-pace online learning – pause, replay as you wish
- CPD certificate on completion
Site Sustainability Manager | virtual classroom
Home Quality Mark (HQM) training – Existing Assessors | online
The purpose of this training course is to allow specified existing BRE Global licensed assessors to gain the HQM assessor qualification. This course comprises a set of online modules (supported by optional revision material) followed by an online test.
BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment – Existing Assessor | classroom
Timber Fire Door – Installation, Repair & Maintenance | classroom
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.
Installation and Maintenance of Steel Hinged Fire Doors | classroom
Poor fire door installation can mean that well-manufactured doors fail to provide the required performance in the event of a fire. The installation of a door set is as much a part of the fire resistance test as the door set itself. Alterations to the method of installation must be covered by a test report, an assessment report or an extended field of application report. BRE and the Door and Hardware Federation (DHF) have developed this comprehensive and practical one-day training course that provides important details that must be addressed when installing and maintaining steel hinged fire doors. Repair and maintenance of a life-safety device such as a fire door is imperative. On this expert-led training course, you’ll learn how going maintenance is a vital preventive measure to ensure that the door set operates correctly at all times.
Learning outcomesAfter successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of different types of available fire doors
- Clearly identify the regulations and standards applying to fire doors
- Understand the design and construction of steel fire doors
- Recognise the performance characteristics of steel fire doors
- Understand the importance and critical responsibility for correct installation
- Understand the practical maintenance of steel fire doors
- Appreciate the importance of key components such as door closers, locks and hinges
Is it right for me?This training course is aimed at experienced individuals who are involved with installing and maintaining steel fire doors. You’re expected to already have an understanding of and be skilled in the installation of fenestration products and now wish to gain additional knowledge relating specifically to fire/smoke resistant hinged steel doors. The course will also benefit those involved in ordering hinged steel fire doors or involved in receiving and processing orders for hinged steel fire doors A discount of 20% is available for LPCB approved companies for the second and subsequent places. Please contact us for your discount code.
RequirementsYou are expected to have prior experience of installing and maintaining steel fire doors. There is no advance reading.
- The fundamentals of fire doors
- Regulations, testing and evidence of performance
- The design and construction of steel fire doors
- Performance characteristics of steel fire doors
- Installation of steel fire doors
- Maintenance and repair of steel fire doors
Learners who completed thisAfter successfully completing this course many learners progress to one of our recognised qualifications, such as our Level 3 Foundation in Passive Fire Protection, our Level 4 Diploma in Fire Risk Assessment, or register for our forthcoming Level 3 Award in Fire Door Inspection. Alternatively, you can broaden your knowledge through our other fire safety training courses.
- Designed and led by industry experts
- Comprehensive course notes and materials
- Small class sizes
- Free on-site parking and easy motorway access
- CPD certificate on completion
Fire Door Inspection | virtual classroom
Fire Door Inspection | classroom
Timber Fire Door – Installation, Repair & Maintenance | virtual classroom
Passivhaus Introduction and Workshop | classroom
The Passivhaus standard is the fastest growing low-energy and comfort standard in the world with over 45,000 buildings realised to date, with many more currently being designed and constructed. Passivhaus buildings have a high level of indoor air quality and can achieve a 75% reduction in space heating requirements compared to the standard practice for UK new-build.
BREEAM Associate | online
This award winning online course is aimed at proactive sustainability teams, who want to work better with BREEAM (the World's leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings) in their normal project role. It’s the perfect introduction to enable individuals to pitch BREEAM in bids and to deliver it effectively in practice.
Fire Door Inspection | online
The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure, and buildings. This module introduces you to BREEAM, and covers:
- What is BREEAM?
- How BREEAM works.
- Asset types that BREEAM can assess.
- Where and when to engage with BREEAM.
- How assessments work.
- Scoring and rating.
- Who works with BREEAM?
- The role of BREEAM Professionals.
- The value of evidence.
- The value of certification.
Who this module is for?This module is for anyone interested in gaining a basic understanding of BREEAM.
Pre-requisitesThere are no pre-requisites for taking this module.
Circadian Lighting Effects on Health and Well-Being
Dr Cosmin Ticleanu, principal consultant and expert in daylight and electric lighting and their application on sustainable buildings, hosts this webinar, giving a review of the existing research and literature on circadian lighting and how this affects human health and well-being. It incorporates preliminary findings from the project ‘Circadian lighting effects on health and well-being’, jointly funded by the BRE Trust and CIBSE.
BREEAM New Construction 2018: Energy
To help close the energy performance gap, BREEAM NC 2018 proposes to award extra credits for more detailed energy prediction and verification of actual performance. This webinar will describe how the method encourages all those involved in the project to take steps to improve this.
An Overview of BREEAMs new Change in Ecological Value Methodology
BREEAM In-Use Version 6 Client User Guide
BREEAM In-Use (BIU) is a comprehensive and holistic environmental assessment method that can be used for almost any type of building, including commercial and residential assets, across the world. Since its creation in 2009, BREEAM In-Use has been used by thousands of assets in over 30 countries to benchmark, improve and certify their sustainability performance and to showcase high standards of ESG. BIU Version 6 offers the latest in environmental standards with tailored approaches for both commercial and residential assets These approaches create, protect and grow asset value by encouraging investment in the asset’s performance. As part of the BIU V6 offering, an online platform is provided to allow Clients (asset owners and managers) to assess the performance of their assets, measure how they perform against BREEAM criteria and submit their evidence for certification via an Assessor. This platform user guide will help Clients to familiarize themselves with the platform and understand its features.
Learning objectivesDelegates will learn:
- BREEAM Basics - how BREEAM works and the mechanism behind getting a rating.
- How to register, measure and certify your asset using the platform.
- Introduction to our portfolio approach.
- Background on our National scheme operators (NSOs).
Who is this for?This user guide is for Clients (asset owners, operators and managers) using BREEAM In-Use Version 6. It applies to assessments against all International, USA, Commercial and Residential standards.
Introduction to SABRE | Free SABRE Course
SABRE inspires property designers, developers, owners and occupiers to adopt a systematic, risk-based approach to security in and around their built assets. This makes the return on investment in security much more visible, quantifiable and justifiable, whilst enabling security to become better integrated into a building’s design, construction and operation. This course provides an overview of the built asset life cycle stages SABRE can cover, the assessment process and timeline, and the key principles of certification that ensure the reliability, impartiality and comparability of a SABRE rating to give added value to your any project or operational facility. The course finally summarises the benefits that SABRE assessment and certification can bring to a range of stakeholders. N.B. BRE Global (incorporating LPCB and SABRE) is a CPD partner of the Security Institute. Therefore, this course is worth double points to those demonstrating Continual Professional Development through the Security Institute’s learning platform. This course is intended to last 1 hour, and as such is worth 2 Security Institute CPD points.
Learning ObjectivesAt the end of this short course you will be able to:
- Identify the benefits of using SABRE;
- Understand the scheme structure and how it applies at each stage of a built asset’s lifecycle;
- Identify the role of the SABRE Assessor;
- Understand how a project or built asset is assessed and rated in SABRE; and
- Understand the importance of certification.
Is it right for me?This course is ideal for anyone looking to understand what SABRE is about and forms a foundation for further training in SABRE. Those interested in becoming a SABRE Assessor should contact email@example.com.
RequirementsThere are no pre-requisites for this course.
Level 3 Fire Door Inspection | classroom
Fire safety is one of the most important aspects of construction and maintenance. It’s in the headlines like never before, and the need for robust inspection across all property types requires trained, qualified and competent professionals. The Fire Door Inspection Level 3 Award is a qualification that allows you to demonstrate your occupational competence in carrying out fire door inspections and respond to the growing demand. This comprehensive new one-day training course will run in small-sized classes and concludes with a short exam. It will equip you with all the information and knowledge you needed to start building your own personal portfolio of evidence to achieve the Level 3 Award.
Learning outcomesAfter successfully completing this course, you’ll have:
- A thorough understanding of the standards applying to fire doors
- Knowledge of the different types of fire doors
- An appreciation of the importance of critical components such as door closers and hinges
- A clear understanding of the inspection procedure and pass/fail criteria
- A comprehensive understanding of the advice to give the building owner/client in case of inspection failure
- Everything you need to start building your portfolio of evidence for assessment
Is it right for me?Suitable for anyone who will undertake fire door inspections including Building Control Officers, Safety Inspectors, Insurers, Fire Risk Assessors, Fire Professionals and Facilities Managers.
RequirementsYou should have a basic knowledge of the importance of fire doors and be comfortable with inspection processes and procedures.
- The functions of fire doors
- Fire safety duties of owners and occupiers
- Fire tests
- Evidence of performance
- Timber fire doors, steel fire doors, glazed steel fire screens and roller shutter doors
- Glazing, seals, structure and surrounding construction
- Installation, repair, maintenance, inspection, pass/fail guidance
- Examples of how you will engage with different client groups
- Written answers to questions related to standards and inspection requirements of fire doors
- Three examples of fire door inspections, with evidence that backs up your conclusions and recommendations.
After completionAfter successful completion of Fire Door Inspection Level 3 Award, you may choose to progress to our Fire Risk Assessor Level 4 Diploma or consider our Passive Fire Protection Level 3 Foundation. We also provide many expert-led online training courses to refresh or add to your fire safety skills.
- Comprehensive course notes and materials
- Access to a laptop?
- Lunch and refreshments throughout each day
- Small class size
- Free on-site parking
- Access to the course tutor for specific queries?
- Any pre/follow on contact?