Introducing ‘Pyro Fire Training’ and our newly accredited Fire Door Awareness training course

Posted on 24 March 2022

We are delighted to announce our new training arm of the business – Pyro Fire Training

Our new training arm offers a refreshing take on specialist training courses, delivered by experts. As experienced fire safety consultants, our aim is to deliver quality training in specialist areas.

To begin with, we have developed a new training course focussed on Fire Door Inspection. We have identified there is a clear gap in the market for a course that offers an ‘introduction to Fire Doors’ and the importance of the correct installation, maintenance, testing and checks of fire-resisting doors, and doorsets, in the workplace and residential settings.

With that in mind, we have spent months working on a fresh and up-to-date course titled ‘Fire Door Awareness’, and are proud to state the course has now been fully accredited by The Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM).

The course offers a detailed introduction to the importance of c0mpartmentation, and fire-resisting doorsets, and comprises theory-based modules followed by a multi-choice assessment and example inspection on fire doorsets.

Who should attend?

As an awareness course, this training is aimed at those responsible for checking fire doors on a routine basis or arranging for fire door remedial works.

  • Facilities managers/supervisors
  • Property/estates managers
  • Caretakers
  • Site operatives
  • Joiners/fire door contractors
  • Fire risk assessors

The course is perfect for those looking to further their understanding of fire doors and keep up with the latest inspection criteria.


1 day – 9.30am to 3.30pm – 6 CPD hours


Open course price: £175+VAT per delegate (includes lunch and refreshments on the day)

On-site training (at client premises): P.O.A.

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