Graduate Honor in Fire Safety Engineering



Course Overview

Course Description

  • •Fire accidents have historically caused significant casualties and the loss of health, wealth, and lives.
  • •The Graduate Honor in Fire Safety Engineering course addresses the pressing need for robust fire safety and risk management systems in enterprises worldwide.
  • •It aims to help participants understand hazards, controls, and various tools and methods for effective fire safety management.
  • •Unlike training firefighters, the course equips individuals with basic yet practical knowledge and skills to handle fire emergencies.
  • •We emphasize emergency preparedness and safety, which are crucial in confronting fire incidents.
  • •The course offers online classes for flexibility, with industry-experienced faculty guiding participants on evolving requirements and technologies.
  • •Participants can interact with peers from diverse nationalities, sharing knowledge and experiences.
  • •Uniquely comprehensive, the course covers material not found in other fire safety programs.
  • •Joining the course offers a chance to accelerate career growth and attain higher positions within organizations.
  • •Take the first step towards living your dream by enrolling in today’s course.

  • •This is ideal for individuals who aspire to pursue a career in the fire safety field.
  • •Current fire safety professionals or those looking to enter the field will find it suitable.
  • •Individuals with fire safety responsibilities seeking a deeper understanding of the subject matter can benefit from them.

  • •Applicants must have completed their diploma (level 3 qualification) or an equivalent examination in a relevant stream from a recognized board with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.
  • •Alternatively, individuals with at least 4 years of experience in occupational health and safety are eligible for admission to the program.

  • •The semester exams are administered online and take 4.30 hours to complete.
  • •They consist of 50 objective questions and 50 descriptive questions.
  • •In addition, students must turn in a 1500-word project report within 30 days following the written exam.

This course boasts prestigious accreditations and memberships, reflecting its global recognition and high standards:

  • Accreditations:
    • •Full Accreditation from the British Accreditation Council (BAC – UK)
    • •Full Accreditation from the International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary and Higher Education (QAHE – USA)
    • •Approved Learning Partner of the International Board of Safety Professionals (IBSP – UK)
  • Course Accreditations:
    • •Accredited by the International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM – UK)
  • International Institutional Memberships:
    • •British Safety Council (BSC – UK)
    • •The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA – UK)
    • •Institute of Engineers India (IEI)
    • •National Safety Council India (NSCI)

Graduate Honor in Fire Safety

  • Module 1: Fire triangle – 2
  • Module 2: Health and safety Risk of Fire – 2
  • Module 3: Fire classifications
  • Module 4: Heat and Fuel Source
  • Module 1: Fire prevention techniques
  • Module 2: Electrical fire safety
  • Module 4: Fire Proofing
  • Topic 4: Incompatible chemical Safety
  • Module 1: Developing and implementing Fire Emergency Policy
  • Module 2: Fire Risk assessment
  • Module 3: Emergency responds plan
  • Module 4: Active and Reactive monitoring On Fire arrangements
  • Module 1: NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
  • Module 2: ILO (International Labor Organization )
  • Module 3: NBC (National Building Code of Practice)
  • Module 4: IFC (International Fire Code)