FIA transitions to remote learning

In line with the latest Government instruction to close all educational settings due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, the FIA will be changing the way we deliver our courses, exams and CPD.

From Monday 23rd March we will be moving to deliver our industry-leading training to an online platform allowing students to learn from the comfort and safety of their home during this period of enforced self-isolation. It will be delivered live by our professional instructors with the opportunity to interact through a variety of methods.

Our aim is to provide continuity of supply throughout these difficult times, and as a side benefit, fully utilise your staff’s time while working from home to learn new skills that our industry desperately needs. The requirements post Hackitt report and all the subsequent Competency Steering Group all indicate Level 3 qualifications as a minimum to work in fire safety – so they will be well prepared with the knowledge and qualifications needed for future projects.

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