New security hardware CPD from GAI

  • 26 Oct 2017

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The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers has released a new CPD looking at security hardware.

Door and window hardware suppliers, architectural ironmongers and locksmith will benefit from the RIBA approved seminar which will be delivered exclusively by GAI members.

The seminar, titled Security and Ironmongery, is set to look at both mechanical and electrical locking devices as well as security standards for doorsets and windows. In addition, it will cover key industry standards, plus Approved Document Q and the Secured by Design initiative.

Architects will be able to receive double learning points for attending a presentation of the CPD, due to it being RIBA approved.

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