Fire Warden Training Course

Any large building or establishment where people gather requires first aiders for overseeing health and safety. Operations need to function seamlessly and securely for all workers and visitors. Building and industry managers are on the lookout for staff who can multitask and outperform the competition, with Fire Warden Training (PUAWER005B) another way Real First Aid helps you develop a workplace advantage.

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Onsite Training

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Nationally Accredited
First Aid Level 1 Actor
Role Playing
level 1 CPR Certificate
Includes EpiPen Training
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Includes CPR Training

May Include Simulated Smoke


Defibrillator Training

What Will You Learn?

Fire Warden Training offers a great program for people who thrive on responsibility. Nationally accredited qualifications can be attained in only 4hrs of dedicated study, with certification lasting for 1 year prior to a quick renewal course. At Real First Aid, skills are learnt using simulation training, where you get genuine emergency response practice during training and graduate with skills that are honed and ready for use. Fire warden training includes:

  • Understanding designated responsibilities related to emergency response
  • Development of workplace emergency procedures
  • Reporting risks and hazards in the workplace
  • Evaluation of workplace emergencies and evacuations
  • Preparing for an evacuation
  • Assisting others in accord with emergency response procedures



On-site training available

Course length: 4 Hours

Nationally accredited

Simulation training included

Certification length: 1 year

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Who Are The Real First Aid Trainers?

Real First Aid instructors are multi-skilled individuals who appreciate improved emergency response capabilities. Our trainers are all experienced and highly regarded experts in their chosen professions, with a genuine desire to deliver the best training outcomes for all students. Instructor skills they bring to our enterprise include paramedic response, fire-fighting capabilities and critical care attention. Our trainers are known for their ability to transform course participants into genuine emergency response personnel.

How To Choose a Course?

First aid training modules are stand-alone courses that can also be built upon for development of comprehensive emergency response capabilities. At Real First Aid, you are given the opportunity to progress through beginner, intermediate and advanced courses for establishing a personalised skill set. Development of industry appropriate skills, including attainments in the Fire Warden Training Course, are stepping stones toward greater career potential, promotion, and job satisfaction.

Want To Know More About Real First Aid Training Sessions?

Real First Aid instructors engage all students in simulated emergency response reality, where body and mind are focussed on delivering life saving results. Our training programs are ideal for in-house learning at your premises, allowing participants to develop employment skills tailored for the workplace. We also hold training courses at our dedicated facilities, centrally located for easy reach from all corners of the city.

Our students become actual participants in emergency response even while training. We encourage a team-learning experience where problem solving and first aid understanding is a shared experience for superior outcomes.

Why Choose Real First Aid?

The growth of Real First Aid isn’t by accident. Since establishment in late 2014, we have transformed the first aid training industry in Australia, and employers are noticing the difference. Simulation training, formerly used only by paramedics, the military and emergency medical staff, is a Real First Aid standout feature, allowing students to actively engage in emergency procedures while training. The level of expertise our instructors bring to the table is another reason Real First Aid has become the trainer of choice for both large and small Australian businesses.

Who Will Benefit from Fire Warden Training?

With Real First Aid training, everyone benefits. Fire warden training is ideally undertaken with like-minded persons interested in occupational health and safety. There is a lot of overlap these days between first aid, emergency response, OH&S, and medical first aid procedures that can be performed on site, and fire wardens play an important role.

Coaxing reluctant people away from their workstations can be difficult, but with the right training comes an approach that will be respected and appreciated. Fire wardens evacuate staff and visitors, corral people at designated meeting points, count heads, maintain emergency equipment, and assist other first aiders and emergency services personnel. Fire wardens are an essential part of any building safety strategy, and an important addition to any enthusiastic workforce.

Why do I Need the Fire Warden Training Qualification?

Fire wardens hold responsible positions that are taken seriously. First aid emergency response is best performed with a cool head and decisive mind for making the right decisions. Fire warden training establishes an important link in the life saving chain. This course is ideal for staff who want to develop leadership capabilities in the workplace. Employment progression potential includes emergency management planning, communications, equipment and facilities maintenance and other essential workplace functions.

How is Fire Warden Training Structured?

Real First Aid training programs are inclusive, allowing all course participants to immerse themselves in the learning experience. Our simulation training presents scenarios that are enhanced using actors, props, real emergency equipment, team-bonding emergency response practice, and a whole lot more.

Fire wardens need to control the movements of workmates and colleagues during an emergency, so training is structured to benefit every member of the workforce. With Real First Aid, the competencies become second nature, including the capability to respond to emergency, secure the site, coordinate helpers, communicate with medics, prioritise the evacuation, and apply appropriate workplace procedures.