Fire Marshal Training

What is Fire Marshal training?

Our half day Fire marshal training courses in London are delivered by professional Firefighters. Fire Marshal courses can be delivered at your venue or at ours. Attendees will receive advice and training from a real Firefighter covering the full roles and responsibilities of a designated Fire marshal in the workplace. They will also learn basic fire safety procedures in the workplace and how to ensure your organisation is compliant with the law. It is a legal requirement to ensure you have an adequate number of staff trained to handle the safe and successful evacuation in the case of a fire. 

Where & When?

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Course Date Time Price Seats Remaining
3rd Jul 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 3 Book
10th Jul 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 6 Book
18th Jul 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 5 Book
24th Jul 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 6 Book
31st Jul 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 9 Book
8th Aug 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 8 Book
14th Aug 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 10 Book
22nd Aug 2017 09:45 55.00 + VAT 7 Book


190 New North Road,
Canonbury Business Centre
N1 7BJ


  • More than 7 days = Money Back
  • 48 Hours - 7 Days = 50% refund
  • Less than 48 Hours = No refund

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Who is a Fire Marshal training course for

This course is designed for anyone wishing to become a Fire Marshal (Fire Warden) in the workforce. All businesses above 5 employees are legally obligated to undergo Fire Marshal training.

How long is a Fire Marshal course?

Our Fire Marshal courses in London last approximately 3 hours depending on the knowledge of the group.

Course content – Fire Marshal course

The Fire Marshal training course covers the following subjects:

  • Fire Risk Assessment and the significant findings
  • Types of fire extinguishers and their uses and limitations
  • General housekeeping
  • Fire Prevention and containment
  • Understanding Fire Extinguishers and how to use them
  • Fire Detection and awareness
  • Escape, drills and evacuation policy
  • Importance of an assembly point and role call
  • Fire marshal responsibilities
  • Record keeping

How many Fire Marshal’s do I need ?

There should be a set number of Fire Marshal’s at your workplace and there are a number of factors that would impact this:

  • The number of staff you have at your workplace
  • The risks present at your workplace
  • The layout of your premise
  • The number of visitors to your premise

Fire safety training is also necessary when new employees are moved into a building or changes have been made to the emergency plan. Furthermore, fire safety training is also advised when working practices and processes or people’s responsibilities have changed or any risks in a building have changed. As a result, fire marshal training is needed if a disabled person has been employed (for the first time) or a new member of staff has undertaken the role of a duty manager or fire marshal.


The Fire Safety Order of 2005 requires employers of organisations of 5 or more staff members, to ensure that employees are provided with adequate and suitable fire safety training including Fire awareness and Fire Marshal training. To conclude, fire safety training within any working environment is a legal requirement under this order.


Siren Training was set up by a group of Firefighters in 2013. Armed with a wealth of knowledge and experience in First Aid and Fire Safety, we deliver interesting, enjoyable, life-saving skills to all sectors. We now operate throughout the UK and Ireland and have 70+ instructors with backgrounds as Paramedics, NHS and the Armed Forces. All of whom share the same passion and drive to share these valuable skills with everyone.

Who else better to deliver your training?

Contact us:

Unit 11C New North House,
190 New North Road,
N1 7BJ,