ASSA ABLOY Group companies often hold seminars and presentations on matters of vital interest to architects and are a RIBA accredited training provider.
These seminars are free, and our RIBA accredited training courses form part of a continuous professional development scheme. Architects who attend our RIBA accredited seminars will earn points towards their annual target.
Ironmongery & Inclusive Design: A guide for Architects (ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions)
The purpose of this seminar is to help clarify a number of areas with regards to ironmongery and accessibility. These areas include the importance of inclusive design, the 3 relevant documents that aid inclusive design and what is to be considered e.g. door furniture, lockcases, door controls, emergency hardware
Doorsets & CE marking in 2013: The implications for architects
The purpose of this seminar is to explain the differences between a door assembly and a doorset. The CPD demonstrates the benefits of doorsets and analyses the impact of 2013 CE marking changes on doorsets and door assembles. This seminar also identifies the standards affecting CE marked doorsets.
The Future of Aluminium Door Locking, Electric Locking and Escape Devices – Regulatory Compliance: Myths and Reality (Adams Rite)
The seminar examines some of the standards and regulations that relate to exit security, and some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding compliance. It considers examples of the types of products that can help to ensure compliance with required standards. The seminar also considers forthcoming changes in legislation and how these might affect specification and the effect they may have on building safety and security. The overall aim of the seminar is to provide a greater understanding of how regulations affect the specification of door hardware and how things may change in the near future.
Automatic Entrance Solutions – The Benefits and considerations (Besam)
The seminar provides an overview of the factors that you need to take into account for door automation including fire and safety requirements, security requirements, benefits of door automation including accessibility. Additionally, the seminar covers typical design considerations and key British Standards issues.
Access and the Equality Act (Besam)
The seminar aims to clarify the relationship between Equality Act legislation, building design and accessibility and provide insight on specific design issues in respect of powered door systems. The seminar also aims to raise awareness of the general benefits of powered door systems in providing accessibility solutions.
Steel Doors and Windows; Performance and Specification considerations approved (ASSA ABLOY Security Doors)
The seminar is a genuine learning experience and has been developed to help clarify the important issues to consider when specifying doors. The seminar covers topics including performance specification considerations, current Equality Act regulations, fire door legislation and security and blast door ratings. It also provides best practice advice on door and frame installation, the design of structural openings, hardware selection and door accessories.
Access and Standards
The seminar will provide a vital introduction to standards and compliance, covering the scope of current European and British standards applying to door function, security and access control. The presentation also makes reference to specific details in Building Regulations and Equality Act. Identity Access Management The seminar provides an overview of secure identity solutions and contactless smart card technology for physical access control, HID is selected more than any other brand in the convergence of physical and logical access control. Mechatronics Locks in Perspective (Not yet accredited)The aim of the seminar is to define what a Mechatronic lock is and typical applications for their use. The seminar will provide an understanding into the key differences and similarities of Mechatronic locks. It will also provide an insight into the varying experience of an end user, the security manager, security consultant or specifier.
For information on our range of RIBA CPD's, please contact:
Claire JonesCPD Co-ordinatorASSA ABLOYSchool StreetWillenhallWest MidlandsWV13 3PWT: +44 (0)1902 36 4587To e-mail Claire Click Here
High Security, Door Handles, Door Locks, Access Control, Wireless Locking, Door Closers and much more. ASSA ABLOY - The global leader in door opening solutionsASSA ABLOY Limited, School Street, Willenhall, WV13 3PWRegistration No 2096505
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