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April 14, 2021


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E-learning platform for passive fire protection launched by ASFP

Said to feature high quality adaptive learning techniques, the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has launched a new e-learning platform in support of its Foundation in Passive Fire Protection.

ASFP-e-Learning-21Supported by ASFP technical expertise and training capability, the new platform provides an online solution for learners wishing to study towards Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications in Passive Fire Protection, administered by the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE).

The e-learning system uses adaptive learning techniques to tailor teaching to each individual’s skills, knowledge, experience and behaviours (SKEBs), ensuring every learner receives precisely the right level of instruction and support to achieve exceptional levels of understanding and proficiency, according to the Association.

The interactive learning experience is designed to develop the necessary competencies in the most efficient and effective way, often reducing learning time, while increasing understanding. ASFP expert trainers are able to monitor each learner’s progress and offer personalised feedback, support and coaching as needed.

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The content is based on original, tried and tested material from the ASFP’s successful classroom courses. These have a proven record of preparing learners for the IFE exam, leading to a high pass rate, explains the Association. With the use of an independent and proven learning platform, ASFP is confident the platform provides the best passive fire protection e-learning available.

The platform offers units covering all passive fire protection disciplines, as well as providing underpinning knowledge on fire science. This innovative and affordable e-learning course is now available.

Find out more about the ASFP’s e-learning platform.

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