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We at the ADIA ensure that all of our benefits will be of use to our members. However sometimes they can be easily forgotten. Here’s a little reminder of some of what’s on offer and how you can be using them.


Free listing on our online Directory and in our printed Directory

We send out the ADIA Directory to over 3000 companies that could hire your company. With your company logo and description of services, you can make your business stand out from the others. Be sure to have a professional and well written description to ensure your potential clients choose you to do business with.

Use of the ADIA logo

 Many businesses across the UK are now becoming more and more familiar with the ADIA and the training opportunities we provide our members. Displaying the ADIA logo on your vans, website and email signatures will show potential clients that you are part of something that is ever growing and developing to ensure the best service.

Email us today for the logo, or log into the ADIA Member’s Area

Free invitations to meetings and events 

We know our members are busy but we believe that attending events such as our AGM and networking events could open up more doors (pardon the pun) to more business ventures for your company.


Quarterly newsletters

 To ensure our newsletters contain content that is useful to our members, we are now sending them via email on a quarterly basis. This way members can be linked to various website, are able to download forms online and save the newsletter to their mobile phone or tablet. Be sure we have the email address you wish to have this sent to!

Blog posts

If you’re one for ignoring emails (don’t do that!) we post important member information on our website such as meeting details and event information. Of course, we do limit what we put on our public site to ensure our members are updated first.


ADIA Health and Safety Test

The ADIA have created an online ADIA Health and Safety course that engineers will need to complete before sitting the BS EN16005 course.

If an engineer has done their BS EN16005 and needs to update their card they must have completed this H&S test before a new card can be issued.

 BS EN16005 course and exam accredited by City & Guilds

The ADIA are the only providers of the BS EN16005 which is accredited by City and Guilds. You can see why the accreditation is important here.

Installer members get one free engineer to sit the BS EN16005 course and exam (to be used within on year of joining) so be sure to book the free place for one of your engineers. Also, we’ve been informing contractors, architects, shopping centres and more about the BS EN16005 so don’t miss out on work by booking your engineers today! 

  • The course includes a copy of the BS EN16005 document.
  • All automatic door engineers who complete the  the Health & Safety Test and pass the BS EN16005 will receive a BS EN16005 CSCSBS EN16005 receive a technician’s card and certificate with City & Guilds number.
  • Accredited engineers will be promoted with their companies on the DoorSafe Register

Access to the ADIA Online Fault Finding Course

Once engineers have completed the BS EN16005, they are welcome to further their knowledge by completing an all online fault finding course. This comes complete with a certificate.

Discounted UKATA Asbestos training and Electrical Safe Isolation course

In our member’s area there are details on how to get yourself a discount on the above courses. This will build up your company’s reputation for being safe, vigilant and aware of potential hazards when dealing with automatic doors.


Simply by logging into the ADIA Member’s Area you can save money on many useful business tools.

  • Free consultation and discounted legal advice with Sydney Mitchell Solicitors
  • Cheaper AA Breakdown Cover
  • Cheaper fuel with the Fuelcard Company
  • 70% tool and skip hire with Nationwide Services
  • Discounted van and car hire with Budget
  • Discounted insurance with Square Mile Broking
  • Discounted web design, SEO and social media services with Amplified Web
  • 30% off BSI publications
  • Discounted eye care with Vision Express
  • Cheaper office supplies with Quills
  • Discounted health insurance with Westfield Health
  • 10% off printing and design with Newton Press

If you need your log in details, feel free to email us, info@theadia.co.uk and we will be happy to help!

There are various associations that our members could join or are also members of. But why do they choose us?


  • We are not run by a committee – we do what the members want and cater for their needs.


  • We offer a huge range of discounts and services to assist you in saving money and time in your business and personal life.


  • We are the only association with the BS EN16005 course and exam, which is accredited by City & Guilds.


  • The ADIA promote our members to thousands of architects, retailers, hotels, restaurants and more making sure they use the accredited engineers for their installations, supplies and maintenance.


  • Our membership covers a range of companies within the automatic door industry. Wishing to get into the automatic door market or being an installer for 30 years, we are here to educate and help you.


So why not join our 110 members today and become part of the bigger picture.


For more information on our association or what we have to offer, click here. Please feel free to email Laura@theadia.co.uk with any queries regarding membership or Sabrina@theadia.co.uk in relation to training.


Phyllis TuckwellIf you’ve been considering ADIA membership we’ve got something that may persuade you… a discount!

If you become a member* before 30th January 2015, we will offer you an exclusive discount:

  • 10% off one year’s sole trader membership (save £20)
  • 10% off one’s year’s supplier membership (save £50)
  • 1 month’s free installer membership (save £83.33 + VAT)*

Please click here for a membership pack and form for you to complete and return.

Where the amount is required, please put the amount with discount removed. Any forms received after 30th January will be charged in full so please ensure we receive payment before this date. Please email laura@theadia.co.uk with your membership form and an invoice will be issue to you.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

*Payment must be received for you to be considered an ADIA Member. You will not be invoiced for the last month of membership year.