ASSA ABLOY EMEA

ASSA ABLOY Access Control, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, a provider of door opening solutions has released the latest dates for its Aperio® training courses, offering a valuable overview of the many benefits to this innovative wireless locking technology.

Free, one-day Aperio® training course

The free, one-day course provides an informative insight into the many technological advantages of the Aperio® system, covering its intelligent hardware features, the different versions available, how it operates, product specifications and best practice for installation.

The course will also demonstrate the system’s intelligent software features, including the configuration of its wireless hub and pairing Aperio® devices. The day is then concluded with a troubleshooting and questions and answers session.

Aperio® mechanical lock technology

Aperio® is a smart technology that enables mechanical locks to be wirelessly linked to an existing access control system in a convenient and cost-effective way. Meeting BS EN 179 and BS EN 1125 standards, the technology enables organisations to connect more doors to an existing access control system while eliminating the challenge of lost keys by simply using existing cards.

ASSA ABLOY Academy

Richard Hall, Technical Sales Support Manager at ASSA ABLOY Access Control, explains: “The Aperio® course is run at our dedicated ASSA ABLOY Academy in Wolverhampton, a centre of excellence for training. More than 200 people benefitted from the course in 2016, and we look forward to welcoming many more this year.

Meeting BS EN 179 and BS EN 1125
standards, the technology enables
organisations to connect more doors
to an existing access control system

The course provides a valuable opportunity for security professionals to understand how integrating Aperio® technology could help organisations cut energy costs, reduce maintenance time and its associated costs, and help deliver a flexible access control solution.

Suitable for access control manufacturers, installers, locksmiths, specifiers and engineers, there is also the opportunity to combine a training course with a visit to our on-site manufacturing facility.”

The available training dates are as follows:

  • 25th January
  • 22nd February
  • 29th March
  • 26th April
  • 31st May
  • 28th June
  • 26th July
  • 30th August
  • 27th September
  • 25th October
  • 29th November
  • 27th December

For larger companies wishing to book a place on the Aperio® training course, there may be the option to specify a separate training date. A buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day are also provided.

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