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Adam Bannister was Editor of IFSEC Global from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam is also a former Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
July 29, 2019

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The Video Surveillance Report 2022

RIBA-approved training

Abloy UK launches CPD course on exploiting benefits of mechatronic locks

A new RIBA-approved CPD training course from Abloy UK will help security professionals capitalise on disruptive changes to locking technology.

‘Digital Transformation in Physical Security’ will show delegates, who will gain double CPD points, how to deploy mechatronic locks and keys to create a more integrated, future-proofed locking solution.

The course will highlight benefits to security, traceability, aesthetics, asset management, carbon footprint and return on investment.

The course will also explain how locking system data can aid corporate compliance when combined with health, safety and staff competency processes.

Smarter buildings

Attendees can apply the knowledge acquired to make their buildings smarter. They will be empowered, says Abloy UK, to deploy mechatronic systems with benefits to design, usability, cost reduction and sustainability. Their organisation will then have a scalable and flexible system that evolves readily with its needs.

“Here at Abloy we have a longstanding heritage in manufacturing high quality products and delivering innovative and compliant locking solutions for the most demanding of applications,” said Pip Courcoux, sales and product manager, CLIQ Systems at Abloy UK.

“Our academy has underpinned this by providing training courses to educate and inform on standards, legislation, best practice and now developing technology with this brand new CPD.”

Book a place or find out more on the Abloy Academy Registration Page, or by contacting Abloy UK via [email protected] or 01902 364 500.

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