Explaining the role of passive fire protection in buildings
The Chiltern International Fire (CIF) CPD training course 'Fire Protection in Buildings Explained - The Role of Passive Fire Protection Products' is already attracting bookings for 17th May - with growing demand from manufacturers, according to Deputy Technical Manager Mark Cummings.
Launched last year, the course is designed to give clear guidance on passive fire protection (PFP) products and how they work, the test process and what it demonstrates, as well as the legislative framework supporting fire safety in the UK. Mr Cummings said: "Manufacturers of PFP products have identified the course as a useful training tool, not just for their technical managers, but also for their sales staff. If they fully understand the passive fire protection process and the surrounding issues, they are better equipped to assist specifiers to make the correct choices."
Reflecting the appeal of the course to a wide audience, delegates on past events have come from many other backgrounds, including architects, local authorities, housing associations, contractors, facilities managers and installation companies.
Fire Protection in Buildings Explained - The Role of Passive Fire Protection Products will be held at CIF's High Wycombe headquarters on 17th May and 4th October 2012. Delegate fees are £285.00 + VAT (Standard) and £225 + VAT (TRADA members). Book online at: www.chilternfire.co.uk/training
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