BB 100: Fire Safety in Schools

iVC: Interactive Virtual Classroom


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Target Audience

Design Engineers, Building Managers, Fire Safety Professionals, Building Control Officers and Fire Safety Officers.


To provide delegates with a knowledge of Building Bulleting 100: Design for fire safety in schools.

Core Topic Areas

On course completion, delegates should have an understanding of:

  • BB 100: Design for fire safety in schools
  • Fire Risk Analysis Tool
  • Cost Benefit Analysis Tool
  • Technical Bulletin 221: Sprinkler Protection of Schools
  • BS EN 12845 and LPC Sprinkler Rules

Delegates apply the standard using a number of exercises so they can assess a school for compliance with BB 100.

The course focuses on:

  • Functional requirements of the building regulations
  • Compartmentation
  • Places of special fire hazard
  • Application of Fire Risk Analysis Tool
  • Sprinkler protection


Assessment of course work is assessment criteria from National Occupational Standards.

Qualifications and NOS

This course include assessment criteria for National Occupational Standards FS2, FS3, FS7 and FS9 of Level 4 Certificate/Diploma qualifications in Fire Safety

For more details see: qualifications

Dates and Prices

Duration 3 Days
Dates Tue 7th May - Thu 9th May 2024
Mon 7th Oct - Wed 9th Oct 2024
Delegate Cost £545.00 + VAT
Location iVC: Interactive Virtual Classroom
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Prior Learning

This course is designed for the professional who is experienced in the application of general fire safety codes such as Approved Document B, BS 9999 and BS 5839

Pre-Course Modules



The sessions will be delivered using PowerPoint presentations, whiteboard explanation, group discussion, individual tuition and plan based exercises to reinforce outcomes

Post Course

Delegates must complete workbooks within four weeks of course completion