• Graduation

    Academic Expert

  • ECTS-Points

    60

  • Learning format

    Blended learning

  • Duration

    3 semesters, part time

  • Presence phases

    Mo-Sa

  • Attendance

    max. 24

  • Start

    Winter semester 2024/25, 7 October 2024

  • Costs

    EUR 10.900,--

  • Admission requirements

    According to curriculum

  • Language

    German

  • Study location

    Krems (AT)

The University for Continuing Education Krems is the first university in the German-speaking world to deal with the aspects of security and safety from an economic, social, legal and technical perspective and, in addition to individual seminars, also offers university courses in the field of fire protection. The part-time university course "Fire Protection" teaches the essential skills for the development of practice-oriented fire protection solutions and their implementation. In particular, practice-oriented knowledge and skills are taught in legal, technical and economic terms in the field of fire protection as well as social competence and the associated personal, team and organizational skills.

This academic program provides a compact and focused introduction to the key concepts and methods of preventing, detecting and fighting fires.

Monika Oswald

You are welcome to find detailed information about the program on the German website, as the language of instruction for this program is German, or you can contact us directly.

Any questions?

We’re here to help.

Bettina Vock

Study Management - Teaching - Center for Infrastructural Security

Or contact me directly.

BFA - Fire Protection Forum Austria
FST - FireSafetyTeam GmbH
IBS - Institute for Fire Protection Technology and Safety Research
KfV - Austrian Road Safety Board
KSÖ - Board of Trustees for a Safe Austria
MA 39 - Testing, Monitoring and Certification Body of the City of Vienna
OIB - Austrian Institute for Building Technology
ÖBFV - Austrian Federal Fire Brigade Association
ÖVE - Austrian Association for Electrical Engineering
ÖZS - Austrian Certification Body for Safety Engineering
PBST - Test center for fire protection technology
TU Wien - Vienna University of Technology
VBÖ - Austrian Association of Fire Alarm System Manufacturers
VKF - Association of Cantonal Fire Insurers

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