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FIA online CPD sessions lead to successful training for hundreds of professionals
05 May 2020
THE FIRE Industry Association's (FIA) 'easily accessible' online CPD sessions continue to provide 'very helpful and informative' sessions' with '99% of delegates saying that the content of the training meets their needs well or extremely well'.
Throughout April and into the foreseeable future, the FIA will continue providing it's online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions across the breadth of the fire industry.
Hundreds of enthusiastic delegates took part in the FIA’s second industry-recognised online CPD day. The fire industry has adapted incredibly well to the impacts of COVID-19 and it has not hindered individuals from improving their skill sets and levels of competency.
Chris Tilley, the FIA's membership manager, explained: “We have been really pleased to see the level of engagement with the new portfolio of CPD material we've launched recently with good booking numbers. The feedback from delegates has been overwhelmingly positive regarding content, delivery and the knowledge of the instructors. Just as well as we have more planned for next month with repeats in case practitioners have missed out on what has gone before, while there will also be some new topics. We're very proud to be able to continue to educate the industry in this tough period.”
Using the latest technology to provide the highest quality of remote training, the FIA offers an online training solution that facilitates learner interaction with industry-leading trainers to provide an experience that's as close as possible to a classroom scenario. During our first online CPD presentation, delegates proved keen to interact and engage with the trainers which really brought the session to life.
The importance of fire safety hasn't changed despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the FIA is determined to continue providing fire safety personnel with access to salient learning and development opportunities. The organisation's comprehensive portfolio of online qualifications serves as a great opportunity for practitioners to improve their knowledge and skills and prove their level of competency with nationally-recognised qualifications.
The FIA strongly recommends that employers consider the opportunity of turning this difficult and uncertain time into something positive by choosing to improve their workforces’ skill sets through its online training, thereby making good use of their time while working remotely.