The Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS®) credential is an internationally accredited credential for the individual who exhibits competency and offering professional recognition for individuals involved in curtailing fire loss, both physical and financial. The credential holders come from a wide variety of disciplines including the fire service, insurance, design, manufacturing, consulting, and asset, property, and facilities management fields.Certification Body
National Fire Protection Association (CFPS®, USA)Learning Objectives
- To introduce various Fire Protection Systems.
- Develop policies, procedures, and training programs to inform and educate population in fire prevention principles and fire and life safety practices.
- Home Ignition Zone & Industrial Hazards.
- To develop Building & Life Safety, Fire detection and prevention.
- How to conduct fire loss investigation.
- To introduce principles of human behavior and fire.
- To handle Emergency Response Teams.
- A good understanding on the Fire Protection Systems.
- An insight into the current way of handling Fire Safety in terms of Building Safety.
- Be able to identify challenges to safety in the built environment.
- Apply fundamentals of safe building design.
- Identify the chemistry & physics of fire.
- Will be able to collect fire incident data and statistics & Fire analysis.
- Conduct fire analysis.
- Be able to use calculation for egress prediction.
- NFPA® CFPS® Handbook 21st edition
- Sample Questions
- Qualified and experienced trainers in the industry
- Minimum of 10-15 years of experience in handling projects and training.
- CFPS Certified Trainer
- Safety in the Built Environment
- Information and Analysis for Fire Protection
- Fire and Life Safety Education
- Storage and Handling of Materials
- Special Equipment
- Building Services
- Fire Prevention Practices
- Organizing for Public Sector Emergency Response
- Detection and Alarm
- Water-Based Fire Suppression Equipment
- Confining Fires
- Protecting Occupancies
- Basics of Fire and Fire Science
- Human Factors in Emergencies
- Characteristics of Materials and Products
- Processes and Facilities
- Non-Emergency Fire Department Functions
- Water Supplies for Fixed Fire Protection
- Fire Suppression Systems and Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Structural Fire Protection
- Transportation Fire Safety
- Risk Managers
- Loss control specialists
- Fire Officers, Fire Marshals, Fire Inspectors
- Safety Managers, Fire Safety Consultants
- Designers, Engineers, Code Enforcers
- Facility Managers
- All those who are directly or indirectly involved in Fire Safety related projects.
- Bachelor's degree in engineering, technology, or other related discipline from an accredited college or university, plus two years of verifiable work experience dedicated to curtailing fire loss, both physical and financial. Copy of college diploma or transcript AND Resume are required.
- Associate's degree in engineering, technology or other related discipline from an accredited college or university, plus four years of verifiable work experience dedicated to curtailing fire loss, both physical and financial.
- High school diploma + 6 years of verifiable work experience dedicated to curtailing fire loss, both physical and financial.
- Online or Open Book Examination
- 3 Hrs.
- 100 Multiple Choice Questions
- 70% passing Score
- ISO – Quality Testing Center
- 3 Years Validity
- 50 Points
- Batch size of 10-15 students.
- Course duration 40 Hrs.
- Regular, Weekend and Fast-track batches (Fridays/Saturdays).