Fire Warden Course

KWSH-GOV-16 (Basic)

Course Overview

Fire Wardens play an important role in ensuring the workplace is well prepared for evacuation of workers during an emergency such as fire. If the fire alarm is sounded during an emergency, fire wardens have to ensure safe evacuation of workers and visitors from the workplace immediately to Assembly Area (AA). This course is approved by Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) with 10 CPD points. The course aims to prepare the Fire Wardens in buildings to carry out their assigned tasks as follows:

To conduct evacuation of evacuees to Assembly Area

To account for the evacuees

To search for missing persons

To provide appropriate assistance to evacuees during evacuation

To be able to operate Basic Fire Fighting equipment

Target Participants

Staff in premises who are assigned as fire wardens as part of the emergency response plan.

Course Details

Date/ Time

Run 13: 7 September 2020

Run 14: 21 September 2020

Run 15: 12 October 2020

Run 16: 26 October 2020

Run 17: 16 November 2020

Run 18: 30 November 2020

Run 19: 14 December 2020

Run 20: 21 December 2020

Time: 8:30 AM to 6.00 PM


COSEM Training Centre

37 Gul Avenue
Singapore 629677

Course Trainers

KWSH is delivering the course in partnership with COSEM Safety & Security Services, a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Co-operative of Singapore Civil Defence Force Employees Ltd (COSEM).  It is managed and staffed by experienced ex-employees of the Singapore Civil Defence Force and other professionals.

Mr Mohammed Shahrul

Mr Shahrul was a former fire fighter with SCDF and has over 10 years experience in training emergency responders in COSEM. His areas of specialisation are fire fighting, rescue, first aid, workplace safety, hazmat responder and incident management. He graduated from the University of Newcastle with Bachelor of Environment and Occupational Health and Safet

Course Fees: $257.89 (inclusive of 7% GST).

Prevailing course fee subsidy at 90% for  Singaporeans/ PRs and 45% for foreign staff working in eligible community care organisations.

Please register for the course via AIC Learning Management System. Go to the following URL:

Contact us:

(65) 6422-1300