Fire Industry Training (FiT) offers a collection of single units of competency for individuals who are already working in the Fire Protection Industry and are wanting to obtain state specific Fire Protection licenses. The training is customised to assist in students’ eligibility to apply for the variety of licences and in addition to improve their employability.
Fire Industry Training (FiT) delivers this course through distance learning using a combination of blended learning, workplace-based learning and submission of project work for assessment. Students have 6 months from the commencement date to complete a single unit of competency.
The units we have on offer include:
|Research and develop business plans
|Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures
|Plan finances for new business ventures
|Read and interpret plans and specifications
|Prepare simple drawings
|Carry out work-based risk control processes
|Estimate and cost work
|Access and interpret regulatory requirements for the plumbing & services industry
|Commission and maintain special hazard fire suppression systems
|Identify, inspect and test passive fire and smoke containment products & systems
There may be pre-request requirements for individual units of competency, please refer to the direction provided by the FiT team through the enrolment process.
For all training you will be expected to have access to:
It is recommended that students are able to demonstrate Language, Literacy and Numeracy skills equivalent to Level 3 of the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).
FiT offer Recognised Prior Learning (RPL), students with relevant industry experience or who can demonstrate experience within the last, are encouraged to discuss the matter with FiT.
On successful completion of a unit of competency, students will be awarded a Statement of Attainment.
Graduates may be eligible to apply for state specific Fire Protection licenses.
FiT offers a range of accredited and non-accredited courses which do not attract government funding. Eligible individuals may attract industry or employee fund subsidies. As these arrangements vary from state to state and according to an individual’s circumstances, please contact FiT to discuss these options.
See our page RTO Information for full details of the fees & payable.
CSQ Fees apply as follows:
|Unit CODE & TITLE
|BSBESB401 Research and develop business plans
|BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures
|BSBESB403 Plan finances for new business ventures
|CPCCBC4047A Quality assure fire-rated lining systems
|CPCPCM3024 Prepare simple drawings
|CPCPCM4011 Carry out work-based risk control processes
|CPCPCM4012 Estimate and cost work
|CPCPFS4025 Commission fire alarm and detection system interface devices
|CPPFES2026 Inspect and test emergency and exit lighting systems
|UEEEC0008 Commission large fire protection systems
|UEEEL0036 Design effective and efficient lighting for residential & commercial buildings
|UEEEL0063 Provide photometric data for illumination system design
|UEEEL0070 Select effective and efficient light sources and luminaries for given locations & designs
Some units may attract funding under CSQ Short Courses Initiative.
If you would like more information or are interested in applying for this course, send us your enquiry today.