This City & Guilds accredited ADIA BS EN16005 course has been designed to help anyone who wishes to gain knowledge of the newest automatic door standard (BS EN 16005:2012 – Power operated pedestrian doorsets) plus the BS 7036-0:2014.
The course provides learners with a copy of the standards, an online Health & Safety test, online study material and a training day offering the opportunity to obtain further knowledge of the standard plus practical assessments and a final exam.
Self Study + 1 Day
£350 + VAT
Why take our course?
The ADIA BS EN16005 course:
- Is only available to ADIA members
- Provides online study for theoretical knowledge
- Has full audio voiceover for the online study
- Contains practical assessments
- Multiple choice exam (80% to pass)
- Accredited by CIty & Guilds
- In partnership with CSCS (on completion of the NVQ)
- Certificate and technician’s card usually posted within 1 working day
- Cards contain QR code linking to DoorSafe Register profile
What is the BS EN16005?
Stated within the BS EN16005:
This European Standard specifies requirements regarding design and test methods for external and internal power operated pedestrian doorsets. Such doorset constructions may be operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.
This European Standard covers safety in use of power operated pedestrian doorsets used for normal access as well as in escape routes and as fire resistance and/or smoke control doorsets.
The type of doorsets covered include power operated pedestrian sliding, swing and revolving doorsets, including balanced doorsets and folding doorsets with a horizontally moving leaf.
Power operated pass doorsets incorporated in other doorsets for which the main intended use is giving safe access for persons are covered by the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to power operated doorsets when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex J).
Who is this course for?
- For companies who design and test methods for external and internal power operated pedestrian doorsets.
- Those who work in the installation, maintenance and servicing of power operated pedestrian doorsets used for normal access as well as in escape routes and as fire resistance and/or smoke control doorsets.
- Those who work in the installation, maintenance and servicing of doorsets including power operated pedestrian sliding, swing and revolving doorsets, including balanced doorsets and folding doorsets with a horizontally moving leaf.
- Those who require an understanding of all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to power operated doorsets.
What you will learn
The self-study and training day will allow you to learn about:
- Safety requirements and protective measures,
- Different types of activation including manual, automatic and remote,
- Avoidance and protection of danger points,
- Power operated sliding doorsets,
- Power operated swing doorsets,
- Low energy doors,
- Balanced doorsets,
- Folding doorsets,
- Impact forces,
- Protective devices including guards and barriers,
- Safety distances,
On successful completion of the course (over 80% pass rate), you will be sent an ADIA certificate and ADIA Technician’s card through the post the within one week. This can be used to provide evidence for compliance in accordance with City & Guilds.
This course is in partnership with CSCS and is accredited by City & Guilds as part of our commitment to excellence, making our trained members stand out from their competitors.
If you sat your BS EN16005 before January 2020, cards can be renewed as CSCS. If you sat after this date, you must complete an NVQ in order to get a CSCS card.
Each company that has an accredited engineer pass this course will be listed on the DoorSafe Register which is promoted to those who inquire with the association on recommendations. Engineers are listed with the accreditation information under the company profiles.
The ADIA card and certificate expires annually but the accreditation is for four years in which we recommend members take an ADIA BS EN16005 Refresher course in order to receive a new card and certificate after the four year period.