Why Automatic Door Engineers Need the BS EN16005 Accreditation from City & Guilds

If you’re wondering whether your automatic door engineers should take the BS EN16005, the answer is a resounding “yes”. This certification is crucial for ensuring that engineers can design, install, and maintain automatic doors safely and effectively.

At the ADIA, we offer the only BS EN16005 training accredited by City & Guilds and in partnership with CSCS. This means our training has been thoroughly audited and approved by two major certification bodies in the UK. Our comprehensive training covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of making pedestrian automatic doors safe.

The cost of the BS EN16005 may seem steep, but it includes a training pack with valuable documents, access to e-learning, and multiple-choice exams. Engineers can complete the training online, saving time and money on travel. They can also work at their own pace and ask questions of our trainers as needed.

The benefits of the BS EN16005 certification are significant. It ensures that your engineers are up-to-date with the latest safety standards, protects the public, and safeguards your company’s reputation. It is also a requirement of our Code of Conduct and helps get engineers on-site for projects. Plus, it saves companies thousands of pounds on outdated NVQs that take months to complete.

By completing the BS EN16005, your engineers will receive a certificate and a DoorSafe/ADIA lanyard, both of which are required to be updated annually. They will also be listed on our DoorSafe Register, which promotes trained engineers to those who enquire about automatic door work.

In conclusion, the BS EN16005 accreditation is essential for ensuring that your automatic door engineers are trained to the highest safety standards. By partnering with ADIA for this training, you can be sure that your engineers are receiving the most comprehensive and up-to-date training available.