- August 29, 2019
- Posted by: Laura
Time and money are two important factors for your business. Which is why we offer Installer members one FREE course a year. Not only does this save you money (up to £420 annually) but it helps your staff grow their automatic door safety knowledge. You can see the benefits of training your staff here.
To assist engineers in their learning we ask each candidate to complete the online self-study whenever and wherever they can. Once this is completed they will be able to do their practical training day meaning engineers are only off the road for a maximum of one day per course.
GET AN ACCREDITATION
Not only do your automatic door technicians increase their knowledge of door safety both theoretically and practically but included within the costs of each practical course they receive a City & Guilds accreditation which no other training association can offer*.
GET A CSCS CARD
From January 2020 the ADIA are required to offer CSCS cards only on the completion of the BS EN16005 accredited by City & Guilds and an NVQ Level 2. Read more here.
WE OFFER DIPLOMAS
The ADIA provides members with a range of courses to suit different roles within the automatic door industry. Which is why we created the ADIA Diplomas, which go the extra mile in guiding members through the process of safely installing, surveying and estimating, servicing and repairing and commissioning an automatic door operator and accessories.
Our Diplomas are built up from a selection of our individual courses which, on completion of each course, results in an overall Diploma certificate for candidates.
The Diplomas are as follows. Click on the links below and to view the details of the Diplomas.
- ADIA Service & Repair of Pedestrian Doorsets Diploma
- ADIA Installation of Pedestrian Doorsets Diploma
- ADIA Surveying & Estimating of Pedestrian Doorsets Diploma
- ADIA Service, Repair, Installation, Surveying & Estimating of Pedestrian Doorsets Diploma
These Diplomas give engineers (both new and experienced) the key milestone within their professional career and your business development. Other notable benefits of getting a Diploma will be making your company more desirable to potential customers. Your engineers will be acquiring new skills and competencies to be able to effectively work within the automatic door industry to a standard in which you can make a positive and beneficial contribution to the
If you haven’t used your free annual course, you can use this against one of the courses within the Diploma (discounted from your Diploma invoice).
Overall, the association are here to help you save time and money as well as grow a safer industry.
*The ADIA are the only association offering the BS EN16005 with a City & Guilds accreditation.