The ADIA is proud to announce that the Access Control Course is now accredited by City & Guilds.
When the Access Control Course is completed you will receive a certificate with the City & Guilds logo and number, displaying your dedication to safety within the industry.
What does having an accreditation mean? Well, as with the BS EN16005 it shows that our course meets the City & Guilds benchmark giving external validation from their respected global brand. City & Guilds Accreditations are only awarded to the highest quality training, demonstrating our commitment to excellence, making our trained members stand out from their competitors.
When the City & Guilds Quality Consultant reviews our accredited courses against their Accreditation benchmark, we receive detailed feedback and advice on areas that might need improvement and how to build this into our existing quality systems. With this feedback and advice, we improve and develop our training to ensure it reaches the standards that are expected.
Being able to promote the City & Guilds Accreditation will clearly demonstrate to both your engineers and your clients that your work is of the highest quality and therefore ensures the safety of the public when installing and maintaining automatic doors.
Please note, we would recommend that engineers have at least 6 months experience of working closely or with automatic doors due to the terminology and practical assessments used within the training day.
We would also recommend your engineers complete the BS EN16005, also accredited by City & Guilds.