Chief Fire Warden Sydney

Lead an Emergency Control Organisation course (also known as Chief Fire Warden training) is designed for individuals who are responsible for leading emergency control and response in various facilities.

It is highly recommended for individuals responsible for ensuring workplace safety in compliance with Australian Standards AS 3745 and AS 4083, including those in educational institutions, healthcare facilities, commercial buildings, and industrial settings.

Chief Fire Warden training will enhance your skills in emergency management and leadership, ensuring the safety and security of your facility and its occupants.

Price

$140.00

Duration

4 hours

Location

Seven Hills

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Lead an Emergency Control Organisation

Lead an Emergency Control Organisation

Course CODE

PUAFER006

Chief Fire Warden training course is delivered and statement of attainment is issued by Training Aid Australia Pty Ltd (RTO No 91411).

Training Aid Australia is accredited by the Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA) to deliver this training course and meets the Australian Standards AS 3745 and AS 4083.

 

 

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RTO № 91411

Training Aid Australia

Training Aid Australia

RTO № 91411

Training Aid Australia
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Statement of Attainment
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COVID-19 Update

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COVID-19 Update

According to the government, state and ASQA guidelines, Edway Training remains open. Please refer to the booking calendar for the latest schedule.

COVID-19 Action Plan

In line with the federal government’s quarantine plan, we have changed our operations:

  • We have increased sanitising of all surfaces and classrooms
  • We have reduced the number of students in each class to be in line with the government’s requirements
  • Anyone with signs of infection is refused entry into the classroom
  • We are keeping our operations going at a significantly decreased capacity to allow our clients and students to get qualifications to start work during and straight after this crisis passes

We remind all the participants to follow health guidelines:

  • Stay home if you feel unwell or recently visited (14 days) areas where COVID-19 is spreading
  • If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance
  • Follow the directions of your local health authority

We appreciate your support during these difficult times for our country and the world.

Chief Fire Warden Course Information

Lead an Emergency Control Organisation (Chief Fire Warden) training is required for members of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO), including:

  • Chief wardens
  • Deputy chief wardens
  • Communications officers.

It benefits those involved in managing facility emergencies.

Topics covered:

  • Prepare for an emergency in a facility
  • Undertake pre-emergency planning
  • Take appropriate actions in an emergency
  • Conclude emergency

This course supersedes and is equivalent to PUAWER006B Lead an emergency control organisation.

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Course details

Certificate of Completion

What you will receive

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive:

  • Statement of Attainment issued by Edway Training with units of competency: PUAFER006
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What you will learn

Chief Fire Warden training covers:

  • Identification and response to emergency signals and warnings
  • Conduct and maintenance of emergency planning and training
  • Command, control, and coordination of facility emergency responses
  • Effective communication with emergency services and management during and after emergencies
  • Chief Fire Warden training course consists of PowerPoint presentation, classroom and practical activities, videos and end of the day assessment
Certificate of Completion

What you will receive

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive:

  • Statement of Attainment issued by Edway Training with units of competency: PUAFER006
course-details-icon 2

What you will learn

Chief Fire Warden training covers:

  • Identification and response to emergency signals and warnings
  • Conduct and maintenance of emergency planning and training
  • Command, control, and coordination of facility emergency responses
  • Effective communication with emergency services and management during and after emergencies
  • Chief Fire Warden training course consists of PowerPoint presentation, classroom and practical activities, videos and end of the day assessment

Payment

Online Payment $140.00

When booking a course, online payment is required

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Invoice $140.00

This payment method ONLY applies to companies and employment agencies.

A valid Purchase Order / Authority to Invoice MUST be submitted prior to the day of training.

For more information, please refer to the ‘Invoice Payment Procedure’ section of the confirmation email or read our Invoice Payment Method Terms section.

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Course requirements

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USI (Unique Student Identifier)

From 1 January 2015, every student who undertakes nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia is required to have a USI.

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT CANNOT BE ISSUED
if a participant fails to produce a valid USI number.

Register your USI via www.usi.gov.au

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Attendance

Participants should arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time of the course to complete the necessary registration paperwork.

ENTRY TO THE COURSE WILL BE REFUSED
if participants arrive 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time.

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LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)

The basic understanding, reading and writing of English is required.

As part of our pre-training review all students are required to complete an LLN assessment to determine a student’s eligibility for enrolment into their selected course.

All students enrolling into any Training Aid Australia course must have LLN skills to do simple calculations, understand English well enough to be able to read, write, and provide verbal responses to questions in English to undertake training and assessment in any of our courses.

For further information on student support services please refer to the Student Handbook.

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Training Prerequisite

Participants MUST HOLD PUAFER005 "Operate as part of an emergency control organisation" qualification.

Statement of the Attainment must be presented on or before the training day as proof of qualification.

ENTRY TO THE CLASS WILL BE REFUSED
if participant does not present current PUAFER005 qualification.

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Identification

Participants must provide one form of photo I.D. (e.g. passport, Australian driver’s licence, proof of age card, student card).

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT WILL NOT BE ISSUED
if participants do not provide a valid form of I.D.

requirement-icon

USI (Unique Student Identifier)

From 1 January 2015, every student who undertakes nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia is required to have a USI.

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT CANNOT BE ISSUED
if a participant fails to produce a valid USI number.

Register your USI via www.usi.gov.au

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Attendance

Participants should arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time of the course to complete the necessary registration paperwork.

ENTRY TO THE COURSE WILL BE REFUSED
if participants arrive 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time.

Course-requirement-icon 3

LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)

The basic understanding, reading and writing of English is required.

As part of our pre-training review all students are required to complete an LLN assessment to determine a student’s eligibility for enrolment into their selected course.

All students enrolling into any Training Aid Australia course must have LLN skills to do simple calculations, understand English well enough to be able to read, write, and provide verbal responses to questions in English to undertake training and assessment in any of our courses.

For further information on student support services please refer to the Student Handbook.

requirement-icon-2

Training Prerequisite

Participants MUST HOLD PUAFER005 "Operate as part of an emergency control organisation" qualification.

Statement of the Attainment must be presented on or before the training day as proof of qualification.

ENTRY TO THE CLASS WILL BE REFUSED
if participant does not present current PUAFER005 qualification.

Course-requirement-icon 1

Identification

Participants must provide one form of photo I.D. (e.g. passport, Australian driver’s licence, proof of age card, student card).

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT WILL NOT BE ISSUED
if participants do not provide a valid form of I.D.

requirement-icon

USI (Unique Student Identifier)

From 1 January 2015, every student who undertakes nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia is required to have a USI.

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT CANNOT BE ISSUED
if a participant fails to produce a valid USI number.

Register your USI via www.usi.gov.au
Course-requirement-icon 2

Attendance

Participants should arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time of the course to complete the necessary registration paperwork.

ENTRY TO THE COURSE WILL BE REFUSED
if participants arrive 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time.
Course-requirement-icon 3

LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy)

The basic understanding, reading and writing of English is required.

As part of our pre-training review all students are required to complete an LLN assessment to determine a student’s eligibility for enrolment into their selected course.

All students enrolling into any Training Aid Australia course must have LLN skills to do simple calculations, understand English well enough to be able to read, write, and provide verbal responses to questions in English to undertake training and assessment in any of our courses.

For further information on student support services please refer to the Student Handbook.
requirement-icon-2

Training Prerequisite

Participants MUST HOLD PUAFER005 “Operate as part of an emergency control organisation” qualification.

Statement of the Attainment must be presented on or before the training day as proof of qualification.

ENTRY TO THE CLASS WILL BE REFUSED
if participant does not present current PUAFER005 qualification.
Course-requirement-icon 1

Identification

Participants must provide one form of photo I.D. (e.g. passport, Australian driver’s licence, proof of age card, student card).

STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT WILL NOT BE ISSUED
if participants do not provide a valid form of I.D.

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A. Participants need a USI (Unique Student Identifier), must complete an LLN (Language, Literacy, and Numeracy) assessment, and provide a form of photo identification on the day of training. Entry to the course will be refused if these requirements are not met.

A: Participants must hold the PUAFER005 “Operate as part of an emergency control organisation” qualification. A statement of the attainment must be presented on the training day as proof.

A: Participants will learn to prepare for emergencies, undertake pre-emergency planning, take appropriate actions during an emergency, and conclude emergency operations effectively. They will also learn about the identification and response to emergency signals and how to command and coordinate facility emergency responses.

A: This training is recommended for members of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO), including chief wardens, deputy chief wardens, and communications officers, especially those responsible for ensuring workplace safety in compliance with Australian Standards AS 3745 and AS 4083.

A: The Chief Fire Warden training, formally known as “Lead an Emergency Control Organisation,” is designed to equip individuals responsible for leading emergency control and response in various settings with the necessary skills in emergency management and leadership.