Course Name: Diploma in Fireman
Course Id: DIF/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 10th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
How You will Get Diploma Certificate:
Step 1- Select your Course for Certification.
Step 2- Click on Enroll Now.
Step 3- Proceed to Enroll Now.
Step 4- Fill Your Billing Details and Proceed to Pay.
Step 5- You Will be Redirected to Payment Gateway, Pay Course and Exam Fee by Following Options.
Card(Debit/Credit), Wallet, Paytm, Net banking, UPI and Google pay.
Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.
Step 7- After Completion of Course Study give Online Examination.
Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.
Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
- Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.
Or You Can Fill below Enquiry form For Regular Course Training from our Training Centers located in India.
Student Course Enquiry Form
Diploma in Fireman
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Fire Service Organization||100||40|
|Duties of Fireman||100||40|
|Watch Room Procedure||100||40|
|First Aid & personal Protective Equipment||100||40|
|Fire Service Manual||100||40|
Concept and Meaning of School Subject, Discipline and Academic Disciplines, school Subjects and Academic Disciplines – Differences and Relationship, Aims of Schooling, emergence of Academic Disciplines and Formation of School Subjects, importance of School Subjects, Nature and Content of School Subjects, Classification and Teaching Across Disciplines, Classification of Academic Disciplines, interdisciplinary and Multi-Disciplinary Teaching and Learning, Humanities and Social Science in the Curriculum.
Fire Service Organization
Chemistry of Combustion, Hose, Hose Fitting, Fire Extinguisher, Rural Fires, Ladders, Small Gears, Knots and Lines, Ropes and Lines, Water Tender, Building Construction, Salvage, Water Supply and Hydrants, Pumps and Primers, Foam and Foam Equipments, Fixed Fire Fighting Installations, Sprinklers, Water Relay, Hydraulics and Water Problems, Special Appliance, Breathing Apparatus, Practical of Fireman ship, Electricity, Special Services, Disaster Management, Air Craft Fires, Gas and Oil Fires, Fire Service Organization, Discipline, Firemen Staff Duties, Watch Room Procedure, First Aid.
Duties of Fireman
Recognize & comply safe working practices, environment regulation and housekeeping, Work in a team, understand and practice soft skills, technical English to communicate, Explain Personal Finance, Entrepreneurship and manage/organize related tasks in day to day work personal and societal growth, Identify different types of fire, select & perform various Hose drill, Plan and perform fire fighting by using various types of fire extinguishers, Establish the fire suppression criteria, compare & create various methods of fire extinguishment.
Watch Room Procedure
Air Craft Fires and Rescue, Foam & Foam Equipment, Pumps & Primers, Hose, Small Gear, Extension Ladder, Special Risks Radio Active Materials & Nuclear Explosives, Hook Ladder, Escape Ladder, Turn Table Ladder/ Bronto Sky Lift, Snorkel, Practical Fire man ship, Watch Room Procedure, Standard Test, Knots & Lines, Building Construction, Chemical Extinguishers, Fixed Fire Fighting Installations, Sprinklers, Drenchers & CO2 Installations, Plan Reading, Rural Fires, Storage of hazardous goods, Gas Fires, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration.
First Aid & personal Protective Equipment
Potential Injuries and Basic First Aid, Burns, Electric shocks, Breathing problems, Personal Protective Equipment, Levels of PPE Protection, Highest level of protection, usually level D plusan air-supplying respirator (e.g., SCBA), totally encapsulating chemical protective (TECP) suit, rubber boots, and chemical gloves, Added protection, usually level D plus a full chemical protective suit, air-supplying respirator, face shield, goggles (in place of safety glasses), and rubber boots, Minimal protection. This is typically the daily work uniform and PPE that process technicians must wear (e.g., FRC, safety boots, hard hat, safety glasses, and hearing protection.
Fire Service Manual
Fire Force Commander, Deputy Fire Force Commander or Chief Divisional Fire Officer, Divisional Fire Officer, Assistant Divisional Fire Officer, Station Officer, Sub Officer, Leading Fireman, Driver Operator, Fireman (inclusive of selection grade, Radio Frequency Management, Fire Control Centres, Basic Call Handling Procedures, Control Centre Staffing Levels, A brief history of the ‘Fire Control Centre’, Control Centre Design, Automatic Vehicle Location Systems, Smart and Swipe Cards, CCTV in the Fire Service.