I’d like to become an automatic door engineer, can you help?

The ADIA do not train engineers how to fit an automatic door, however, we do have various courses that can develop existing skills and awareness for automatic door installation, servicing and maintenance. We supply our members with promotional and training opportunities focusing on the health and safety of automatic doors according to the BS EN16005. […]

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Why is the City & Guilds Accreditation important?

As the original providers of the BS EN16005 course and exam, it would have been easy for us to ignore the idea of an accreditation. However, we believe having City & Guilds support our training with an accreditation is important to your business. Not only are we going to tell you why, but we will […]

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Is there a three strike policy if I fail?

No, you can sit the exam as many times as you wish. Should you fail more than three occasions, we recommend you seek advice on what topics you find difficult and consult the e-learning room for tips and information.

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What does the training/revision day entail?

The training day refreshes aspects of the BS EN16005 as well as practical training on automatic doors. Members will also receive one on one discussions with the trainer to go over any particular topic that may come up in the exam. Once the training is complete the engineers will sit their exam.

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