Abloy UK has launched a suite of webinars designed to help organisations stay up to date with the latest in building regulation compliance and access control technology. The two RIBA Core Curriculum CPD webinars also have the aim of keeping the sector connected while so many are working from home, as well as helping security specifiers plan for the future after lockdown.
The first, Electrically Controlled Fire and Escape Doors, CE Marking and the CPR, will provide an understanding of compliance and incorporating access control systems in commercial buildings. It will cover compliant access control systems and give guidance on ensuring electric locking specifications meet the requirement of both fire door and escape door legislation. The course will take place on Wednesday 15th April at 2pm and can be signed up to on the official website.
Low carbon footprint solutions
The course will take place on Thursday 16th April at 2pm, and can be signed up to on the official website
The second, Digital Transformation in Physical Security, offers double CPD points and provides an insight into how the disruptive world of digital technology is impacting on conventional physical security. It will explore how to manage keys and access to buildings in today's smart world, while future-proofing the physical security of modern buildings against threats technology can bring.
Digital Transformation in Physical Security will also cover how to achieve cost effective, aesthetic and smart security with a proven return on investment while remaining sustainable with low carbon footprint solutions. The course will take place on Thursday 16th April at 2pm, and can be signed up to on the official website.
Access control technology
Pat Jefferies, Commercial Director at Abloy UK, said: “Many people now working from home have the opportunity to rethink and adapt their working day, which has enabled them to update their knowledge and professional training. Now is an ideal time to take on take on the jobs we typically never to, and training is a perfect example. These webinars will allow people and organisations to keep up to date with the latest in access control technology, allowing them to hit the ground running once life returns to normal.”
The webinar will be recorded and made available afterwards to all who have registered.