What does it mean to be an ADIA Member?

Being an ADIA member can mean a lot of things to different people. To some it’s a symbol, to others it’s a necessity for their business growth and development. And both are true. 

The ADIA is a symbol of a company’s dedication to being informed and educated. The association is a business’s way of telling its clients that they care about the work they are doing. 


With the ADIA this is done via:

Training courses

We provide members with the opportunity to demonstrate and demonstrate their knowledge of all things automatic doors with our many training courses. This includes access control, gates and barriers and health and safety.

We also provide members with free courses as well as City & Guilds accreditations which really show their skill level and ability to carry out their jobs with the utmost safety and precision.

We also offer NVQs to those wishing to receive a CSCS card.

A City & Guilds Accreditation is an impressive addition to any company description. 




Many of our courses are accredited by City & Guilds.

On completion of the ADIA BS EN16005 course, members receive a card and certificate with a City & Guilds number. Cards are renewable annually until the fourth year (sat in 2020, a refresher course needs to be completed in 2024.)

The City & Guilds logo is recognised by 99% of employers with its prestigious history and thorough assessments of training centres, like the ADIA. 


The ADIA allows its members to promote themselves in many ways such as through the ADIA Online Directory. Here we list all of our members with details such as what they cover in terms of work, and whether they have engineers listed on the DoorSafe Register.

Via social media and the website, we promote new members, job opportunities, new products and services and more – all for free. 

Members also are able to pay a small advertising fee when we promote them to over 5000 businesses in the UK. And of course, members are able to use the ADIA logo across their promotional material, to show that they are a part of the community of businesses who care for the industry and the safety within it. 

Of course, being an ADIA member depends on what your goals are. Is it to train your engineers? Is it to save time and money? Or is it to get more work? Well, we can provide all of that for you. 

Existing members should be sure to make full use of their benefits.