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TRAINING


BIG DEMAND FOR CHILTERN TRAINING


Almost as soon as the 2012 details were released online, the 28th February date for Chiltern International Fire’s one-day training course ‘Fire Doors Explained’ sold out.


The CPD-certified seminar, which covers steel, composite and timber fire doors, has always proved popular, but this year’s interest in the course has ‘surpassed all expectations’.


Deputy technical manager Mark Cummings said: “Despite a difficult economic climate, the demand for training in this specialist area continues to increase. Fire Doors Explained provides an invaluable insight, serving a wide audience, from manufacturers, installers and designers of fire doorsets, to local authorities and building control inspectors.”


Further dates for 2012 are: 17th April, 27th June, 19th September, 17th October and 21st November. The cost is unchanged at £310 + VAT (standard) with a discounted rate of £275 + VAT for Trada and BM Trada Q-Mark members.


The course takes place at CIF’s High Wycombe headquarters.


For provisional BM Trada Q-Mark Fire Door Registered Installers, half-day seminars will take place on 29th February, 18th April, 28th June, 20th September, 18th October and 22nd November.


Book online at www.chilternfire.co.uk/ training


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LINCOLN SECURITY INVESTS IN EMPLOYEE EXPERTISE


UK security specialist, Lincoln Security recently celebrated the successes of one of its employees and reinforced its commitment to training. Last month, Sean Falkinder gained a credit at level one on the Guild of Architectural Ironmongery (GAI) during his first year on a course to become a Registered Architectural Ironmonger (Reg AI).


The GAI diploma is the only recognised


programme in the UK that leads to a qualification in ironmongery specification. Sean will also have to complete years two and three, which will involve a mixture of course work, residential courses and final examinations, successfully to achieve his diploma and Reg AI status.


As well as learning the skills on architectural ironmongery, the course also covers areas such as finance and business studies.


On successful completion of the course, Sean will become a qualified architectural ironmonger with knowledge ranging from products and their properties, standards that


certain products conform to and the design and writing of specifications both tactically and legally.


Sean currently works closely with Jason Healy, contracts manager at Lincoln Security, who as well as studying for the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers’ three-year diploma was also presented with the Guild’s bronze medal in his final year. Jason is currently the only registered architectural ironmonger in Lincoln and one of only a handful in the county.


Speaking of his achievement Sean said: “I am delighted to have successfully completed level one of the course and hope to build on my success. Jason has been an excellent mentor for me and I am looking forward to the next two years.”


Jason Healy commented: “We are very proud of Sean for his accomplishment and wish him every success during the next phase of the course. Here at Lincoln Security we recognise the importance of a skilled workforce to deliver high quality,


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effective security solutions to our clients and have invested in the training of our staff to achieve this.”


For more information please visit www.lincolnsecurity.co.uk


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NEW ACE SERVICE LAUNCHES


From 19th January 2012, a new certification service will be run by the Alliance and will be known as Apprenticeship Certificates England (ACE).


Apprentices or learning providers or


employers who act on their behalf, will be able to request Apprenticeship certificates using the ACE online system. SSCs and SBs will receive requests and issue Apprenticeship certificates, providing the requirements of the particular Apprenticeship framework have been met. ACE will include a web-based training system and a fully downloadable manual.


For further information contact: Claire Cousins on 01235 432015.


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