Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a commonly asked question, you may find the answer here
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How many wardens do I need?
The number of wardens needed in a workplace will depend on a number of key aspects including but not limited to; the complexity of your workplace, how many and the type of building occupants your workplace has, the nature and hours of work at your workplace, the installed fire safety features in your workplace and most importantly what your workplace emergency plan requires in terms of the roles your staff are responsible for. More information can be gained from the relevant Australian Standards.
Does adult learning have an expiry date?
How do I pay for training?
Can I have training delivered at my workplace?
Does TasFire Training write or develop emergency plans for workplaces?
How many people can I have on a training course?
Generally TasFire Training recommends a maximum of 12-15 participants depending on course to maximise adult learning, however this can vary. If participant numbers are less than 6 the benefits of group learning reduce and the training is not as cost effective to the employer as minimum changes apply for single employer groups. In the same way larger groups are also problematic as the larger the group the learning experience can diminish depending on the type of course. Larger groups can be split into manageable group sizes and may require additional instructors and co-ordination of groups on the day.
I need training in more than one region, who do I contact?
I have lost my certificate, can I get a copy?
Yes, simply contact your local training consultant by email, refer to the contact details in the location menu and provide, your full name, your employer when you attained the competency, your date of birth and your mailing address.