The March 2019 examinations will take place on Thursday 14 March and Friday 15 March 2019.
The examinations offered in this session include:
Level 2 Certificate in Fire Science, Operations and Safety
Level 2 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection
Level 3 Certificate Unit 1: Fire Engineering Science
Level 3 Certificate Unit 2: Fire Operations
Level 3 Certificate Unit 3: Fire Safety
Level 3 Certificate Unit 4: Management & Administration
Level 3 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection
Level 3 Diploma Unit 1: Fire Engineering Science
Level 3 Diploma Unit 2: Fire Safety
Level 3 Diploma Unit 4: Aviation Fire Operations
Level 3 Diploma Unit 5: Leadership and Management
Level 3 Diploma Unit 6: Fire Service Operations and Incident Command
Level 3 Diploma Unit 7: Fire Investigation
Level 4 Certificate Unit 1: Fire Engineering Science
Level 4 Certificate Unit 2: Fire Safety
Level 4 Certificate Unit 3: Fire Service Operations and Incident Command
Level 4 Certificate Unit 4: Aviation Fire Operations
Level 4 Certificate Unit 5: Leadership and Management
Level 4 Certificate Unit 6: Fire Investigation
Level 4 Certificate Unit 7: Civil Emergency and Disaster Management
The Institution’s examinations are currently held twice a year throughout the world and provide the opportunity for candidates to gain nationally accredited qualifications and to satisfy the academic requirement for membership at different grades.
The examinations are designed to assess underpinning knowledge and understanding at different levels and the resulting qualifications are recognised internationally as evidence of academic achievement in fire engineering.
Keep an eye out for updates coming soon, and keep coming back often.
1. IFE Qualifications available (with syllabus links)
2. IFE March 2019 Examination Application Form.
*Please note that you do not need to be a member of the IFE to sit the examinations.
3. IFE March 2019 Examination Guidance, Rules and Information. Link through to IFE UK website to view
4. Timetable for March 2019 Link through to IFE UK website to view.
5. Examinations Information on LinkedIn. Click here to view.
NZFS Library Services
|Research tools for NZ Fire Service IFE examination candidates
Many research tools are freely available to members of the NZ Fire Service community through the Knowledge & Insights team at National Headquarters.
Your One-Stop Research Shop
One of the tools available to NZFS personnel (career & volunteer) is a one-stop search portal:
You can search across our online library catalogue and our subscriber academic databases in one easy search. This is called a Federated Search. It enables you to gather together a number of good quality academic articles on your topic without having to search on many, separate databases.
And the quality of the information is much better than an open internet search!
To access this you need a log-in and password. Contact us to set this up.
Take this link to our database to log-in: http://nzfs.softlinkhosting.co.nz/liberty/opac/search.do
Here is a step-by-step guide to using the Federated Search portal: Federated search – how to
For help, contact the Knowledge & Insights team, and get a talk-through on using this tool, and others.
Contact Knowledge & Insights
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 0800 347 3542 (0800FIRELIB)
Examples of 2014, 2015 and 2016 examination papers can be found here
We also recommend that you refer to the IFE UK website which provides essential examination information and references which should assist with study: http://www.ife.org.uk/exams/syllabusreadingliststudy/
We have also been given access to online training courses specifically covering a number of IFE exam subjects. This has been completed not only for existing IFE members to update their knowledge but to assist anyone sitting the membership examinations. The following link will give you free access to this course. The IFE information should be available under a guest login.
Many of the required study resources are free to download and can be sourced from the IFE UK website. The IFE also has access to a number of reference materials in the form of hard copies, which can be sourced through the local groups. If you are struggling to source specific resources please get in contact, otherwise the following website can give you access to all the relevant examination study material including 22 e-learning modules:
For further enquiries contact Marcel Sanders .