- June 29, 2017
- Posted by: Laura
We would like to offer your company the opportunity to join the ADIA and receive not only a free BS EN16005 course and exam (worth £450 + VAT) but also one free ADIA all-online Fault Finding course(worth £150 + VAT)
BS EN16005 & BS 7036-0
Our training course is designed to take those working in the field of automatic doors and guide you through the latest legislation – the BS EN 16005 & BS 7036-0:2014.
Engineers will sit the ADIA Health & Safety test (included in the cost of BS EN16005) before sitting the BS EN16005 course and exam. On completion engineers receive a CSCS technician’s card with City & Guilds number but also a certificate for both the Health & Safety test and BS EN16005.
By taking this course you will gain the knowledge and understanding of the Safety of Automatic Pedestrian Doors – Incorporating BS EN16005 & BS 7036-0:2014.
Safecontractor recognise that applicants who have passed the BS EN16005 training course accredited by City & Guilds will meet their standards in relation to trade specific qualifications.
ADIA Fault Finding
The ADIA online Fault Finding course is an e-learning study and exam platform complete with quizzes and videos to assist automatic door engineers to recognise faults.
By using simple fault-finding procedures this course will give you a system in order to assess automatic doors and be able to work out the most common problems & faults associated with Automatic Doors.
This course is developed to enable people with the appropriate skills to be able to identify and assess problems associated with automatic doors.
You will also by the end of this course have a better understanding about Automatic Doors and how they work.
BENEFITS & DISCOUNTS
We have the BS EN16005 accredited by City and Guilds and in partnership with CSCS. The ADIA have and are continuing to promote to the head offices and legal departments of retailers, restaurants, bars, NHS authorities, architects and more! There is also a course for office staff and for experienced engineers.
UPDATES & BLOG POSTS
We send our members updates via our newsletter and email on what is going on in the association as well as everyone updated online with events and changes within the industry.
We have meetings both formal and informal to get to know our members face to face allowing us to discuss what their needs are and what they want from an association. We also give members opportunities to network at our events. Why not come along to our AGM next month?
MEMBERS HAVE THEIR SAY
We are not run by a committee. Decisions and opinions are taken into consideration at meetings. We also ask their opinion on what you want for your events and how you want the association to move forward.
We educate our members in what they need to know within in the industry with our courses. We are always looking for ways to develop the knowledge and growth of the industry and your business