Now – $1,850 pp
Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.
This qualification applies to fire protection technicians responsible for non-trade installations and regular servicing of fire protection equipment and systems.
Duration: Four days of face-to-face training plus online learning and a workplace logbook
Cost: Contact Client Services for more information
Components: Thirteen (13) units of competency
Location: Perth WA
Pre-requisites: As per Entry Requirements
CPP20521 Certificate II in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing Course Overview
This qualification is practical and applies to individuals who wish either to have career as a fire protection technician or acquire the skills for non-trade installations and regular servicing of fire protection equipment and systems.
Attractive to employers, the qualification CPP20521 assists to reduce the compliance costs by managing their compliance internally.
Graduates of CPP20521 also have an opportunity to start their own business as a fire protection technician.
PTI prides itself as an industry leader within Western Australia in the delivery of this qualification.
The CPP20521 Certificate II in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing is delivered over five (5) individually delivered modules:
- Module One – Introduction to Fire Protection
- Module Two – Deliver a Quality Service
- Module Three – Servicing Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Module Four – Vehicle Fire Suppression Servicing
- Module Five – Demonstrate First Attack Fire Fighting Equipment
This qualification provides successful graduates with an educational pathway to the qualification CPP30821 Certificate III in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing.
The total course fees are $1,850.
The total course fees are divided into the following payments:
- eLearning – $1,250
- Face-to-face – $600
To secure your place on the course, you will only be required to pay for the eLearning. Once you are ready to book into one of our face-to-face classes to finish off your training, you will be required to pay the final instalment.
Following the course, participants will need to complete a workplace logbook to demonstrate the transfer of skills from training to the workplace. As per the assessment requirements, students will need to complete the following logbook tasks to achieve competency:
- Inspecting and testing 18 fire hose reels at a minimum of 4 different locations (5 hose reels in a recess, cupboard or cabinet)
- Inspections and testing on 4 fire blankets
- Inspections and testing on 5 fire extinguishers.
- Testing and maintaining 2 non-gaseous pre-engineered fire-suppression systems and replacing one component each within the extinguishing systems and detection systems with approved replacement componentry
- Six-Monthly/Yearly inspection and test procedures on 14 fire hydrant systems installed across nine different locations
- The Appropriate documentation should be attached as evidence of tasks, e.g. service register, inspection report, JHA. etc.
- The logbook is to be signed off by a supervisor.
BSBPEF202 Plan and apply time management
CPPCMN2002 Participate in workplace safety arrangements
BSBOPS203 Deliver a service to customers
CPPFES2004 Identify and report on types of installed fire safety equipment and systems
CPPFES2005 Demonstrate first attack firefighting equipment
CPPFES2006 Prepare for installation and servicing operations
CPPFES2007 Maintain quality of work and promote continuous improvement
CPPFES2010 Inspect and test fire hose reels
CPPFES2011 Install portable fire extinguishers, fire cabinets and fire blankets
CPPFES2020 Conduct routine inspection and testing of fire extinguishers and fire blankets
CPPFES2027 – Inspect, test, and maintain non-gaseous pre-engineered fire-suppression systems
CPPFES2037 Inspect and test fire hydrant systems
CPPFES2043 Prevent ozone depleting substance and synthetic greenhouse gas emissions
Participants are required to speak and write in English along with good literacy and numeracy skills.
Assessors are able to provide additional support to participants as requested. If specialised support, such as an interpreter, is required, further costs may be incurred.
Participants must be physically able to conduct good manual handling techniques. You should be able to safely pick up 15-20kg and conduct 10 minutes of mild continuous exercise.
Have a valid or the equivalent of an Australian drivers license.