Welcome to the UKRO Academy

Endorsed by the Institution of Fire Engineers

with compliance to National Operational Guidelines.

Track your teams progress as they work their way through the extensive detail of each training session with secure, dedicated dashboards for your individual Fire & Rescue Service. New video modules are being added regularly to support training in new technologies like rescue from hydrogen and natural gas vehicles for example -complimented with printable aide-de-memoire.

Video Modules
Supporting Documents
More Than
Quiz Questions

NFCC Videos

Watch the latest from the NFCC

New Community Forum

Check out our New Community Forum

UKRO Technical Guides

See the technical guides

The U.K.R.O’s determination to Advance Professional Rescue within the UK Fire and Rescue Service has led to the development of this eLearning Portal.
Created to benchmark emergency rescue best practice, the content has been developed by a team of Fire and Rescue Service and medical professionals, all experts in their respective areas.
This peer to peer delivery is designed to elevate and support the already high standards set by the UK Fire and Rescue Service when performing rescues.


The content has been developed by experts in each field of study and the training is designed to elevate and support the already high standards set by responders when performing rescues.

The modules can be completed at your own pace with your learning records maintained automatically within the Portal, which can be viewed at any time.

There are a number of links and downloadable documents available on the Portal. These are there to provide you with further information and offer a guide to some practical scenarios that can be used to confirm your understanding.

Extensive Modules

Hosting over 170 films and quizzes and increasing each week, with each module focusing on a particular subject the UKRO Academy is the largest repository of information available on the net.

Please take into consideration that the staged simulations may not reflect the same requirements as a real incident and that the terminology and information provided in the modules may differ to that of your own organisation. 

It is therefore vital that you check your Standard Operating Procedures before implementing any of the techniques or procedures illustrated in the modules.