Fire Safety Associate Trainer - Suppression Systems

Position Overview

You will have significant experience in the areas of fire safety management, fire risk assessment, auditing and regulation. Being part of our professional and enthusiastic team, you will strive to provide market leading training and the highest levels of learner engagement.


Acting as a learning champion, you will deliver inspiring and engaging teaching, whilst creating a positive lasting impression, delivering unrivalled professional tuition.


Essential Skills:

  • Knowledge and experience of prevention and suppression of fire in domestic, commercial and industrial premises.
  • Detailed knowledge of a variety of Suppression systems but particularly Sprinkler systems in commercial and residential premises.
  • Knowledge and familiarity with the LPCB rules, BS9251 and other relevant guidance.
  • Able to prepare lesson plans and learning delivery support materials.
  • An ability to map lesson content to learning outcomes or assessment criteria.

 Principle Accountabilities / Responsibilities

  • Delivering dynamic and innovative fire safety lessons using blended learning and facilitation.
  • Ensuring the efficient running of the courses, making sure customer needs are exceeded.
  • Adherence to current FSC policies and procedures.
  • Ensuring all venues are left in a safe, suitable and clean condition after use.
  • Making sure all participants leave the site safely and any defects are reported.
  • Making sure all course administration is returned to the relevant departments on time.

Required Role-Specific Competencies / Experience / Educational Qualifications

  • Must have at least 2 years’ current experience of working with Fire Safety Sprinkler systems
  • A minimum of a level 3 initial teaching qualification (PTLLS or AET), equivalent or higher.
  • High level of confidence.
  • Able to build rapport quickly.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Proactive attitude.
  • Methodical work process.
  • Excellent time management.

Person Specification

  • A professional attitude and appearance at all times.
  • Customer-first and can-do attitude.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to meet targets and strict deadlines.
  • Attention to detail, highly organised and efficient approach to tasks.
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office products.

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