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Partner training

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service are able to offer the following free training and continued professional development for partners across the City and County.

To book a training session for your organisation or business, please email education.team@notts-fire.gov.uk or fill out the form below. Please provide as much of the following information as you are able to:

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Safe and Well Visit (SWV) referrer training

Training covers all aspects of the NFRS CHARLIE-P assessment tool. The tool is utilised in communities to assess the fire risk of vulnerable people. Over 90 minutes we will facilitate discussion and encourage the exploration of how the CHARLIE-P assessment tool could be utilised within the partners setting to create safer communities.

Participants should expect to achieve the following outcomes:

  • Recognise the aspects of a persons daily behaviour, environment and characteristics which may increase their risk of fire.
  • Apply the CHARLIE-P matrix
  • Describe how to make a referral for a Safe and Well Visit to NFRS

Waterside Responder

This training can be delivered free of charge to staff at waterside businesses as part of an internal induction programme or as a stand-alone training activity. The 2-hour session covers the need for quick and effective bystander intervention when a person enters the water. Participants have the opportunity to practice effective deployment of a throw line and making a call to the emergency services for professional help.

Participants should expect to achieve the following outcomes:

  • Explain how cold-water shock affects the body
  • Demonstrate the principles of Talk. Reach. Throw.
  • Identify local risk and hazards

Businesses will receive a free 25 metre throw line for their waterside location following this training.

This training is delivered in conjunction with our RNLI partners.