Give your employees the knowledge and skills to improve safety and reduce inefficiencies, liabilities, and loss. NFPA offers a variety of options in professional training based on essential building and life safety criteria. We provide in-person course options as well as economic and convenient online training.Explore All NFPA Training Options
Get up to speed with the latest requirements for safeguarding premises based on construction, protection, and occupancy features in the life of a building.
This in-depth, digital series helps provide the knowledge and skills to navigate and apply provisions that address fire prevention and protection in all types of buildings.
Fire and Life Safety Operator Online Training helps increase the competency of full- or part-time personnel who can have an impact on fire and life safety in high-rise buildings.
This self-paced online course offers instruction in identifying everyday on-site fire hazards and how to deal with them, with knowledge checks throughout to confirm your understanding along the way.
This innovative four-part program features interactive exercises and scenario-based training, covering everything from medical gas and vacuum systems to electrical systems, gas equipment, and features of fire protection.
This online program features four learning modules to help improve your knowledge in applying inspection, testing, and maintenance requirements.
This entry-level course offers an introduction to the fundamentals of improving fire protection and life safety criteria with NFPA-developed content, instructional videos, and interactive exercises.
Take this course to increase your knowledge about inspection, testing, and maintenance, (ITM) provisions as outlined in NFPA 25, NFPA 72®, and NFPA 80.
The Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE) Learning Path Online Training, along with your self-study of the NFPA 1, NFPA 13, NFPA 25, NFPA 72®, and NFPA 101®, offers everything you need to help get prepared for the rigorous CFPE exam.
You can still increase your skillset (or your entire team's) while working from home. you can choose from a variety of learning options, including Live Virtual trainings as well as Online courses. NFPA® class content has been adapted for optimal online learning. Stay ahead of the curve and register for a class today.Learn More
This high-impact training presents a unique opportunity to practice Life Safety Code application in an interactive online environment based on a scenario in a real-world setting. The 2021 edition provides the most current safety criteria with key revisions that adapt to new technologies, materials, and construction practices.
NFPA certifications are a powerful tool for verifying core building and life safety competencies of skilled workers and instilling confidence your team is capable of getting the job done right. We offer programs focused on fire inspection, facility safety, hazard recognition, power systems, and more.Explore All NFPA Certifications
Go by the book without the book. Introducing NFPA LiNK™, providing digital access to NFPA® codes and standards, at your fingertips. Utilize dynamic search functionality, bookmarking, and the ability to share and collaborate with others to save time, and get the job done right. See a full list of codes and standards in NFPA LiNK™. Individual subscriptions start as low as $9.99/month.Sign Me Up
The “The Big Wide World of Building and Life Safety” educational conference held on June 22 featured in-depth educational sessions and industry roundtable discussions on code changes, remote video inspections, cannabis facilities, 3D-printed building construction, and more. This interactive conference is now available on demand and explores specific topics like:
Watch the recent webinar Addressing Fire Safety Challenges During Construction as panelists share their first-hand experience and insights on protecting job sites from the risks of fire, including the important role of the Fire Prevention Program Manager, as outlined in NFPA 241.
Our Construction Site Fire Safety Fact Sheet provides measures for helping to prevent or minimize fire damage to structures during construction, alteration, or demolition.