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9th October 2019 Issue no. 478
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Free training courses on automatic doors for locksmiths
Global Automatics has extended its range of free training courses on automatic doors. Course lengths run from one-day through to eight-day courses for new people, run on a one-day per week basis. Different courses are available and bespoke courses can be put together based on specific needs.
Now with the capacity to offer up to 20 days training per month, Global Automatics can satisfy the needs of locksmiths wishing to be trained on automatic doors.
The extension of the Global Automatics range of free training courses is as a result of appointing Darren Lloyd as the company's technical support manager.
Commenting on the training programmes, Del Thomas, Global Automatics' managing director said, "We firmly believe in passing on our knowledge of automatic door operation and installation to the industry which is why all our courses are free of charge. We are constantly adding new courses to our training programme and we have recently produced some online training videos for our website to widen the opportunities further."
Some of the training courses now available include 'Installation of swing and sliding automatic doors'; 'Service and fault finding'; 'Folding doors'; 'BS7036 explained' (the safety standard for powered pedestrian doors); and 'Automatic door sensors'. All training delegates attending the courses receive certification from Global Automatics.
A video of testimonials of previous course attendees is available at www.youtube.com
Those wishing to participate in a training course should contact Global Automatics, Unit 3 / 4, Brickfield Industrial Estate, Finway Road, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP2 7QA, telephone 0845 643 0013, email: [email protected] or by visiting the website at www.global-automatics.com
30th January 2013