What is the Annual CPD Membership?

Are you a dental professional looking to gain access to a comprehensive suite of online training material? Are you looking to complete your CPD?

Our Annual Membership offers you all of that and more.

Get access to more than 55 online, verifiable CPD courses plus future course releases and new training material.

  • Automatic enrolment on all our online courses.
  • Highest-quality online dental training material.
  • All courses are written and reviewed by industry experts.
  • Certificates awarded upon completion of each course.
  • Achievements stored in your online account.
  • Annual subscription renews automatically (but don’t worry, we’ll give you a nudge two weeks before to remind you).

This course and many others are included! Click here to find out more.

Fire Safety Awareness and Fire Warden Training


Fire safety is an important consideration in any workplace, and dental practices are no exception. While the risk of fire in a dental surgery may be low, it is still important to have adequate fire safety measures in place. Fire safety training should be provided for all team members, and a fire warden should be appointed. The fire warden’s role is to ensure that all team members are aware of the fire safety procedures and coordinate evacuation in the event of a fire. In addition, the fire warden should also be responsible for carrying out regular fire drills. By taking these measures, dental practices can ensure that they are prepared in the event of a fire.

Suitable for the whole dental team.

Course duration: 2 hours.

Fire Safety Awareness and Fire Warden Training


The aim of this online verifiable CPD course is to:

  • Provide training in causes, prevention and dealing with a fire in the workplace
  • To highlight the role and responsibilities of the Fire Warden.


The objective of this online course is that by the end of the course the learner should: 

  • Understand the ‘Fire Triangle’ and how fires start
  • Be aware of the classes of fires and ignition sources
  • Recognise how fires spread – convection, conduction and radiation
  • Be familiar with legislation involved in fire safety (Fire Safety Order 2005)
  • Know the responsibilities of the ‘Responsible Person’ in the workplace
  • Be aware of fire precautions – How to prevent and deal with fires safely
  • Know how to carry out a fire risk assessment
  • Recognise the importance of a fire emergency evacuation plan
  • Be familiar with fire fighting equipment and fire drills
  • Know how to react to a fire and understand the different warning systems
  • Understand the role and responsibilities of the Fire Warden
  • Be aware of the UK fire statistics
  • Know the requirements of the CQC regarding fire safety.


GDC Development Outcomes: B, C

This course provides two hours of ECPD.

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