Security specialist Abloy UK has announced it is relaunching its popular Abloy Foundations Plus course.
The dates they are taking place are Friday 25th May, Friday 27th July and Friday 19th October.
The course looks at minimum performance standards, Dynamic Lockdown and the Constructions Product Regulations.
The Foundations course goes over the majority of standards applicable to doorsets, from hinges to door selectors, helping delegates understand the needs of a door, from where it is situated within the building to the role of the door.
It is an advanced add-on to the Foundations course, going a step further in educating delegates on industry jargon and terminology.
Attendees are provided with the knowledge to choose products suitable for both the application and door type.
The course covers the locking and escape requirements for access control electric locking, in both retrofit and new build applications, guaranteeing a safe and secure solution.
Enrolment on the Foundations Plus course is subject to having successfully completed the Foundations course.
Pat Jefferies, Commercial Director at Abloy UK, said the first relaunched Foundations Plus course was successfully hosted at ASSA ABLOY UK’s HQ in February this year, with a full house of customers and specifiers.
“The course utilises the theory and knowledge gained from the Foundations course to ensure the correct specification of compliant electric locking solutions for access control doors,” he said.
“It provides an excellent link from the Foundations course to Abloy’s more advanced training modules such as Electric Locking.
“Foundations and Foundations Plus can both be used to gain valuable CPD points, so we encourage anyone involved in the specification of doors and access control solutions, whether you’re an installer, security manager, lock centre, end-user or specifier, to get involved.”
Phone: 01902 364500
Fax: 01902 364501
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