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Application for Tier 1 - Entry Level Register

Application for Tier 2 - Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

Application for Tier 2 (Accelerated) - Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

Application for Tier 3 - Nationally Accredited Fire Risk Assessors Register (NAFRAR)

Welcome to the TIERED FIRE RISK ASSESSORS REGISTER applications & renewals page

Those wishing to apply for registration on TFRAR should first read the Guidance Notes before completing the application by clicking on the 'Join Us' button

Note:  The guidance notes for TFRAR set out in great detail the routes to each Tier of the register and candidates wishing to apply for any Tier are encouraged to read the document carefully before they apply as application fees will not be refunded unless there are exceptional circumstances.  We have also provided a simplified guide to try and answer the most commonly questions, these can be viewed here but should be used in conjunction with the full guidance.

Applications for registration should be made by clicking on the 'join us' button.  Applicants should clearly state in the appropriate part of the application form, which Tier they are seeking registration for.




Tier 1
inc. Fast Track Scheme

Tier 2

Tier 2
Accelerated Application

Tier 3

Application fees





Annual Registration fees





Periodic review fees for Tier 2 registrants






On initial application, a member will send the non-refundable application fee with the application and supporting documentation.  On notification by the Register Administrator that the application is successful, the Applicant will then be advised and required to send the annual registration fee (or a pro rata part of the fee to cover the outstanding part of the registration year, which runs from 1st January to 31st December).


Applicants for Tier 2 fees are considerably higher because of the amount of processing and costs/fees for examiners travel expenses and periodic reviews.  Wherever possible the Register Administrator will ensure that where travel and out of pocket expenses are involved, they are kept to a minimum.