Members receive the ADIA newsletter quarterly via email. It contains details of changes to membership, the industry, useful information and advertisements/special offers from our suppliers (free of charge).
You can view the key reasons why it is important for a business to be a part of an association here
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. […]
Members can advertise job placements for free on our website by emailing email@example.com with a job title, description, deadline, requirements and contact details. We will also publish this on our social media pages free of charge.
Shop orders, from the point of payment of the invoice, depends on the item you are purchasing and whether we have it in stock. However. we aim to ship the item to members 7-14 days.
Yes, we do. Members are able to purchase them from our shop, alternatively, they can log into the ADIA member’s area and use our Online Servicing Form.
The ADIA do no offer NVQs directly, however, you can read more about the NVQ Diploma here. We do however offer the BS EN16005 course, assessments and exam in partnership with CSCS which has been deemed as the equivalent of the NVQ Level 2.
Firstly, you need to be a member of the ADIA. Then you can apply for the BS EN16005 which includes an online Health & Safety test. On completion of the course and exam, you will receive an ADIA CSCS card and certificate accredited by City & Guilds.
Yes. You can use PayPal as a secure transaction by entering your debit card details. Alternatively, you can pay by bank transfer. Details will be on the invoice.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the new details and we will update the details on our databases and on the website. Alternatively, you can complete this form.