Fire marshal/warden training | Oxfordshire County Council

Fire marshal/warden training

Understanding your responsibilities and learning how to operate different fire extinguishers.

Fire Marshal practical session

This course is for anyone who will be a fire marshal or warden in a business. Its also suitable for those requiring refresher training (this should be done annually by all marshals/wardens).

The course will cover:

  • Identifying common causes of fire
  • Understanding of fire safety management
  • Identifying the correct fire fighting equipment for different types of fire
  • Practical experience in the use of fire extinguishers


Fire marshal training is available either to individuals or exclusively for your organisation held at one of our fire stations.

Date and time Venue Status
Monday 29 January, 10.00am to 1.00pm Slade Fire Station, OX3 7JG Spaces available
Tuesday 6 February, 10.30am to 1.30pm Bicester Fire Station, OX26 2NR Spaces available

Book a space using our online booking form.

Onsite training or different dates

If these dates aren't suitable or you have a number of employees to train (up to 15) and would like us to train you on your premises complete an online enquiry form.



"Experience over the years of working with the council’s fire training officers has convinced me that they are the best. Their experience is second to none."

Tom Hill, Helen and Douglas House

The course is 3.5 hours long.


The cost for the course is £95 per person. All courses are exempt from VAT.

Key information

  • Registration and tea / coffee starts half an hour before course start time
  • Lunch is not provided
  • Some of the course will take place outside so delegates should wear suitable warm clothing

Bookings and enquiries

If you need more information or have already discussed your requirements with us and received your quote complete our online booking form.

Last reviewed
25 September 2017
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