Fire Fighting Training

Fire Fighting Training Course

If you’re interested in firefighting training, there are several courses and programs available that can provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to become a firefighter or improve your firefighting abilities. The specific training requirements may vary depending on your location and the organization you wish to join, such as a fire department or emergency response agency. However, we can provide you with some general information about the firefighting training that we offer in Qatar.


Basic Firefighter Training:

Basic firefighter training courses are typically designed for individuals who want to pursue a career as a firefighter. These courses cover fundamental skills and knowledge required in firefighting, such as fire suppression techniques, ventilation, search and rescue, ladder operations, and equipment usage. Basic training may also include physical fitness components to ensure firefighters are physically capable of performing their duties.


Advanced Firefighting Techniques:

Once you have completed basic training, you can explore advanced firefighting courses to enhance your skills further. These courses may focus on specialized areas like wildland firefighting, high-rise fire operations, hazardous materials response, or technical rescue. Advanced training provides firefighters with specialized knowledge and abilities to handle complex and challenging situations. To enroll in fire-fighting training courses, you can contact BMTC Consulting, we specialize in emergency response education. We can provide you with information about available courses, prerequisites, and any specific requirements for admission

Course Curriculum


  • Fundamentals in Fire Fighting Training
  • Fire Fighting Design concepts & scope
  • Overview of Building safety codes for Safety-NFPA, IBC & QCDD.
  • Fire Triangle concepts & cause of the fire.
  • Types of Systems & Equipment in Fire Fighting
  • Design drawing approval requirements for QCDD submission


Chapter-2: NFPA-10-Fire Extinguisher

  • Types of Hazards
  • Fire Extinguisher types
  • PASS procedure
  • Fuel classifications
  • Application of fire extinguishers
  • Selections based on different fuel classifications


Chapter-3: NFPA-13-Sprinkler System

  • Basics of sprinklers
  • Types of sprinklers
  • Types of sprinklers system
    • Wet sprinkler system
    • Dry sprinkler system
    • Pre-Action sprinkler system
    • Deluge sprinkler system
  • Characteristics of sprinklers
  • Classification of Hazards
    • Light Hazard
    • Ordinary Hazard Group-I
    • Ordinary Hazard Group-II
    • Extra Hazard Group-I
    • Extra Hazard Group-II
  • Sprinkler system arrangements
    • Gridded type arrangements
  • Tree type arrangements
  • Looped type arrangements
  • Sprinkler system design
    • Pipe schedule method requirements, sample workouts
    • Hydraulic calculation methods, sample workouts
    • Hazen Williams Equation
    • Elite Software – Sample Project using Elite-Project 1


Chapter-4: NFPA-14-Stand pipe system

  • Introduction & classes of stand pipe system
  • Types of stand pipes & usage
  • Stand pipe connections & pipe sizing
  • Flow rate and pressure requirements for design (Class-I, II, III)
  • Hose reel system, coverage distances
  • Fire Hydrants
  • Hydraulic calculation requirements
  • Elite software – Project-2


Chapter-5: NFPA-20-Fire Pumps

  • Introduction, design requirements
  • Type of pumps
  • Pump selection criteria & performance curve review
  • Accessories Site installation requirements (OS & Y Gate valve, Circulation relief valve, PRV, etc)
  • Pipes, accessories (Flow meter, relief valve, etc) sizing
  • Tank sizing & location (NFPA-22)
  • Complete fire pump room design ideas & materials selections


Chapter-6: NFPA-2001-Clean Agent System-FM 200

  • Agent properties & design methods
  • Working Mechanism
  • Total flooding system
  • Types of hazard & design concepts
  • Pipe sizing
  • Pipes, fittings & nozzles selections
  • Agent Quantity selection
  • Installation requirements
  • FM 200 components


Chapter-7: NFPA-12-Carbon Dioxide Management system

  • Agent properties, design methods
  • Working Mechanism
  • Total flooding system
  • Local application system
  • Pipe sizing
  • Pipes, fittings, nozzles selection
  • Agent Quantity selection
  • Installation requirements
  • CO2 system components


Chapter-8: NFPA-72-Fire Alarm system

  • Alarm devices & ideas for system
  • Manual & automatic detection
  • Smoke management system
  • Heat detection system
  • Flame detection system
  • Addressable system
  • Fire alarm system
  • Interfacing concepts



  • Smoke Management system
  • Stair case pressurization system



  • Project-3 Hotel Project using Elite software



  • Installation of Fire extinguishers
  • Installation of sprinkler system
  • Fire Hose cabinets & Fire Hydrants installation
  • Fire Fighting Accessories Installation-Alarm check valve, Zone control valve, Flow meter, Valves, etc
  • Pipes, Fittings, Fire Pumps, Pressure gauge, casing relief valves, etc

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