Project Fire Academy is a fantastic opportunity to develop your knowledge of automatic fire sprinkler systems whilst also spending time in a thriving R&D manufacturing environment.
The academy takes place at Project Fire’s Headquarters in Staffordshire where a varied and dynamic course is laid on with opportunities to ask questions and even get stuck in to our assembly line and produce your own Zonecheck units.
At Project Fire, we have built up over 40 years of experience in automatic fire sprinkler testing and monitoring and continue to be a driving force for innovation, sustainability, and best practice within the industry. We use our experience to provide educational programs across the UK and internationally, providing clear and updated information on fire sprinklers as well as generating both awareness and providing deep cross-sector sprinkler knowledge. As industry leaders, we offer unique and bespoke sprinkler training and courses for international businesses and organisations from our Technology Centre in Staffordshire.
As a forward thinking company we strive to innovate and advance the fire protection industry to make use of the latest technologies creating safer, greener buildings.
“Ideal for consultants, architects, M&E contractors, public health engineers or anyone looking to further their knowledge of fire safety.”
The Project Fire Academy can be tailored to your requirements but we do cover a full range of specialist subjects with presentations by guest speakers from some of the leading companies with in the fire protection industry. A typical curriculum would include topics such as:
- Introduction to sprinkler systems
- Alarm valves
- Residential systems
- Sprinkler systems testing and monitoring
- Life safety
- High-rise protection
- Sprinkler head layout
- Fire pumps
- Water supplies
- Service and maintenance
- Sprinkler systems alterations
Interested in enrolling on one of our courses?
The training courses are run over three days and are ideal for consultants, architects, M&E contractors, public health engineers or anyone looking to further their knowledge of fire safety. For more information or to request a booking form please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form opposite