GAI architectural ironmongery training at GEZE UK

  • 9 Apr 2015

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‘Foundation in Hardware’ qualification

GAI architectural ironmongery training at GEZE UK

More than 20 members of staff from GEZE UK are undertaking the ‘Foundation in Hardware’ qualification from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI).

  • designed to provide a basic insight into many of the aspects of architectural hardware, including hinges, closers, locks and furniture
  • 12 online modules, each on a different aspect of architectural ironmongery such as door closing devices, escape hardware and access control

Andy Howland, sales director of GEZE UK:“We are committed to delivering the highest levels of quality and service, so are extremely pleased that our back office staff have all signed up to the ‘Foundation in Hardware’ qualification and I’m certain it will be worth the time and effort. Widening their knowledge and skills to include architectural ironmongery outside of the door and window control system spectrum will help them to understand the breadth of our customers’ responsibilities, allowing our staff to better assist them in the future.”

Rachel Tipton, Training and Development Manager at GAI: “This new online learning environment is an ideal induction for those needing the relevant skills, knowledge and competencies in the basic understanding of ironmongery, and by empowering their staff, the GAI are confident this will be beneficial in growing their business”.


Blenheim Way,
Fradley Park,
United Kingdom,
WS13 8SY

Phone: 01543 443000
Fax: 01543 443001

Visit the GEZE UK website

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