Every Tuesday – No Course Cancellations – Great Prices Guaranteed – Terms and Conditions Apply
|Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents - MSMWHS212||9 June 2020||01:30 pm - 04:30 pm||AWCC Brisbane||$230.00|
|Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents - MSMWHS212||16 June 2020||01:30 pm - 04:30 pm||AWCC Brisbane||$230.00|
|Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents - MSMWHS212||23 June 2020||01:30 pm - 04:30 pm||AWCC Brisbane||$230.00|
|Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents - MSMWHS212||30 June 2020||01:30 pm - 04:30 pm||AWCC Brisbane||$230.00|
Course code: MSMWHS212
Duration: 1/2 Day Course
The Australian Well Control Centre based in Brisbane and Toowoomba offer “weekly” Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents Programs on site at our designated Brisbane On-boarding Training Facility in East Brisbane. In addition, AWCC conduct regular Fire, First Aid and Safety Training off site at locations request by our clients, meaning we can come to you! Minimum numbers apply.
Selecting the right training provider that offers quality training is critical when learning the “skills of response” to incidences involving fire. In the facilitation of this program AWCC’s Training and Assessment Strategies focus on the psychology of Decision Making in critical situations. This focus arms the student with a deeper understanding of themselves and how human behaviors can affect an outcome, either positive or negative when a First Response action to Fire is necessary. As we all know, time is of the essence when dealing with Fire, and having a deeper understanding of how to contain, control and eliminate such hazards is critical to the extent of physical, environmental and in some cases human damage that will occur.
When enrolling in the MSMWHS212: First Response to Fire Incidents course it is essential that the Instructors are well established and can deliver exactly what is required in a friendly no pressure learning environment. From a students perspective, the AWCC’s Fire Training Team have exactly what you need for all your Fire Training Compliance needs, including higher levels of certification if and when you require them. Our Team has some thirty (30) years of Energy, Mining and Construction industry knowledge to draw on making AWCC the best positioned to deliver the skills and knowledge for your companies next First Response to Fire Incidents Program. With the use of our Bullex Fire Incident Simulator this program can be conducted on site or in an office environment if required, AWCC can come to you!
This course can use a mix of Simulated and Live Flame practical exercises that can also be tailor made for your specific company requirements.
Provide the evidence required to demonstrate competence in this unit must be relevant to and satisfy all of the requirements of the elements and performance criteria below:
Recognise and assess fire situations, including the identification of different types of fires and fuels, and,
Determine appropriate actions according to procedures within scope of the candidates responsibilities, including:
Evidence must be provided that demonstrates knowledge of organisational procedures, including:
The AWCC Training and Assessment Strategy for this program has been designed in line with Energy, Mining and Construction Industry Standards, it can also be adapted to meet the requirements of a Corporate or Office environment. Strict alignment to the Australian Qualification Framework was pivotal in the design of this program making it relevant to a number of Certificate Qualifications and Training Packages within Australia. The issuance of this Certificate is recognised Nationally.
The modes of delivery for the First Response to Fire Incidents Program is Face to Face, classroom based supported by advanced time committed to utilising AWCC’s State of the Art Equipment and Facilities for the Practical Element and Assessment of the course.
As the AWCC First Response to Fire Incidents Program is not limited to Industry AWCC have introduced Training and Assessment Strategies that have made the program relevant to a participants life experience, work history, their environment and their practical experience.