Abloy UK has announced its new schedule of training dates via its Academy and Digital Access Solutions Academy, with courses on a range of topics, from emergency and panic escape compliance to innovations in digital access technology.
The Foundations and Foundations Plus courses are designed to train installers, security managers, end users and specifiers, giving them the skills and knowledge to ensure maximum safety and security while helping to save lives in an emergency.
The Foundations course helps delegates understand the minimum legal performance criteria for access control locking applications for fire and escape doors, BS EN 179 and BS EN 1125 and help attendees to specify only compliant solutions. They also include the new BS EN 13637 standard on electronically controlled exit systems for use on escape routes.
For those who complete the first course, the Foundation Plus course is an advanced add-on, going one step further in educating delegates on in-depth industry standards and compliance terminology. This provides attendees with the knowledge to specify products that are suitable for both the application and door type.
Both courses are led by Pat Jefferies, Commercial Director at Abloy UK, an expert in locks and door opening solutions. Pat is retained by BSI and CEN as the UK’s electric locking technical expert and is a member of committees responsible for the development and improvement of new standards and legislation across Europe.
All courses take place at Abloy UK headquarters in Willenhall, West Midlands. Most courses are free of charge, offering attendees a complimentary educational experience.
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