fire safety

Fire Warden Training Courses

Prepare to face emergencies with confidence. Our nationally recognised Fire Warden Courses at Allens Training Pty Ltd provide the training you need. Designed for individuals and organisations committed to upholding the highest standards of safety.

Our courses cover everything from basic fire safety and evacuations. They also cover advanced firefighting and planning as well as handling other workplace emergencies.. With a focus on practical skills and real-life scenarios, participants will learn to efficiently manage workplace emergencies, conduct risk assessments, and implement effective evacuation plans.

These courses are for workplace safety officers, building managers, and anyone in charge of emergency preparedness. They ensure that you are ready to protect lives and property in a fire. Enrol in our Fire and Emergency Courses today to become a key player in creating a safer environment for all.

Nationally Recognised Fire Warden Training

Our Partners are registered 3rd Party Providers with Allens Training Pty Ltd, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 90909). They can offer nationally recognised fire warden training course, to clients across Australia. We have provided fire warden training since 2003. Last year, we issued 10,000 fire warden course certificates.

Our most popular units of competency in this area are:

PUAFER008 Confine small emergencies in a facility

PUAFER005 Operate as part of an emergency control organisation

Course Set - PUAFER005 & PUAFER008 Fire Warden and Fire Extinguisher training

We offer Fire Warden Courses In Locations Across Australia

Find Training offers an extensive list of Fire Warden Courses available in many locations across Australia. We list over 230 training providers offering courses in this category so you can enrol in a fire training class on the day you want in a location near you. With courses tailored to different skill levels and specific requirements, we provide flexible class scheduling and expert instruction. The goal is to give participants the key knowledge and hands-on experience they need to confidently respond to emergencies.

Courses in this category

Fire and Emergency Category
This course has been developed for individuals who wish to work or who are appointed in the role of Fire Safety Adviser (FSA). It will provide individuals with the relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities required to become an FSA in accordance with...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course has been developed for individuals who wish to work or who are appointed in a Facility Fire Safety role. The identified units of competency are industry standard for individuals who are members of an ECO including chief wardens, deputy ch...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course has been designed for individuals who are required to implement an emergency response as specified in the facility emergency procedures or specified by a person at a higher level in the emergency control organisation (ECO). Individuals wh...
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Fire and Emergency Category
Commonly referred to as the Warden, Chief Warden and Extinguisher Use course, these units apply to individuals who may be required to make decisions about the safety of occupants of a facility during an emergency and to give instructions on the prior...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This program has been designed for members of an Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) or a person required to manage problems and resolve issues in relation to the organisation’s facility emergency prevention process and emergency control structures.It...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This non-accredited course has been designed for individuals who are required to implement an emergency response as specified in the facility emergency procedures or specified by a person at a higher level in the emergency control organisation (ECO)....
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course has been developed to cover facilities such as a building, structure or workplace, as specified in Australian Standard (AS) 3745 and AS 4083. All aspects will be undertaken in accordance with legislative requirements, facility policies an...
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Fire and Emergency Category
Commonly referred to as the Fire Warden course, this unit has been designed for individuals who are required to implement an emergency response as specified in the facility emergency procedures or specified by a person at a higher level in the emerge...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course covers the skills and knowledge for preparing for emergency situations, identifying and assessing an emergency, safely confining emergencies, using initial response equipment, and reporting on the facility's emergency response.If you are ...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course is designed as an introduction to safe work practices and is specifically relevant to a workplace requiring personnel to be involved in incidents, prescribed burns and/or operational aspects of emergency management.This course applies to ...
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Fire and Emergency Category
An ECO's priority is the safety of facility occupants and visitors during an emergency which means ECO members are responsible for pre-emergency, emergency, and post-emergency actions. Careful planning, training, and initiation must take place for th...
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Fire and Emergency Category
Commonly referred to as the Warden and Extinguisher Use course, these units have been designed for individuals who are required to implement an emergency response as specified in the facility emergency procedures or specified by a person at a higher ...
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Fire and Emergency Category
Commonly referred to as the Warden and Chief Warden course, these units apply  to individuals who may be required to make decisions about the safety of occupants of a facility during an emergency and to give instructions on the priority order for res...
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Fire and Emergency Category
This course applies to a broad range of emergencies and covers the work required before emergency services and/or specialist response team arrives (not including the specific use of equipment to prevent facility emergency situations).It will provide ...
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Fire and Emergency Category
If you are members of an Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) or a person required to manage problems and resolve issues in relation to the organisation’s facility emergency prevention process and emergency control structures, then this course is a mus...
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Fire and Emergency Category
If you are an occupant who is required to be ‘emergency aware’ in a facility, then this course is a must for you.It covers the skills and knowledge required by occupants in a facility such as a building, structure, or workplace, as specified in Austr...
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Fire and Emergency Category
Commonly referred to as the Chief Warden course, this unit applies to individuals who may be required to make decisions about the safety of occupants of a facility during an emergency and to give instructions on the priority order for responding to a...
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Fire and Emergency Category
The course applies to individuals who may be required to have first attack firefighting skills in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings. It includes preparing for incidents such as small fires that can be controlled using ...
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Who Needs Fire Warden Training?

Fire warden training is essential for various individuals responsible for ensuring fire safety and emergency preparedness in different settings. These include:

  • Workplace Safety Officers: Individuals designated to oversee and implement safety protocols in workplaces.
  • Building Managers: Those managing the overall safety and operations of buildings and facilities.
  • Emergency Control Organisation (ECO) Members: Personnel tasked with leading and coordinating emergency responses within an organisation.
  • Healthcare Facility Staff: Members of the Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) and other staff involved in managing emergencies in healthcare settings.
  • Educational Institutions: Staff and administrators responsible for the safety of students and personnel.
  • General Employees and Occupants: Anyone required to be ‘emergency aware’ and able to respond appropriately during a fire emergency.

What Do You Learn in a Fire Warden Course?

Fire warden courses are designed to equip participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills for effective fire safety management. The key learning outcomes include:

Basic Fire Safety and Evacuations

Participants learn the fundamentals of fire safety, including the principles of fire prevention, early detection, and safe evacuation procedures.

Advanced Firefighting and Planning

The course covers advanced techniques for fighting fires, planning emergency responses, and managing complex fire scenarios.

Practical Skills and Real-Life Scenarios

Trainees engage in hands-on exercises and simulations to practice managing fire emergencies, conducting risk assessments and workplace emergency procedures, and implementing evacuation plans effectively.

Roles and Responsibilities of a Fire Warden

Understanding the specific duties and responsibilities of a fire warden, including coordinating with other emergency response services and ensuring the safety of all occupants during an emergency.

Use of Fire Safety Equipment

Participants are trained in the correct use of fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, hoses fire blankets, and alarms.

Preparedness for Emergencies 

Not only do our warden courses cover preparations and procedures for fire emergencies, they cover a range of other common workplace emergencies. 

Benefits of Fire Warden Training

Investing in fire warden training provides numerous benefits, both for individuals and organisations:

  • Enhanced Safety: Improves the overall safety of the workplace or facility by ensuring that trained personnel can effectively manage fire emergencies.
  • Compliance with Regulations: Helps organisations comply with legal requirements and standards for fire safety and emergency preparedness.
  • Increased Confidence: Equips individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to respond confidently and efficiently in fire emergencies.
  • Reduced Risk: Minimises the risk of injury, loss of life, and property damage through effective fire safety measures and quick response.
  • Professional Development: Enhances the professional credentials of participants, making them more valuable assets to their organisations.

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