Paxton, the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry equipment has over 30 years of experience in the security industry. The company’s flagship access control system, Net2 offers a secure, convenient, flexible and cost effective solution to control who has access to a building and when. Net2 offers centralised administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users.
The company has recently announced a CIBSE accredited CPD training programme aimed at building specifiers, architects and consultants. Entitled ‘Networked Access Control’, the free one hour training supports building services engineers and construction company engineers with how to specify access control in their projects.
Paxton’s CPD training ensures all aspects of an access control system are reviewed with careful consideration to energy saving and cost effectiveness, as well as integration requirements and options, plus how to overcome potential challenges.
Working with mechanical and electrical contractors, architects, system integrators and other organisations, Paxton’s new commercial team ensures complete understanding of access control solutions and how it can help businesses. The team will educate and uncover opportunities to get Paxton products written into future design specifications.
Anthony Searle, Commercial Manager says:
“The CPD programme, Networked Access Control, is suitable for anyone who is working with clients specifying security systems to building projects. We want access control to be considered at the very beginning of any building project, and not as an afterthought. We’ve been visiting specifiers and consultants across the UK since March and the feedback has been great, many attendees leave feeling more confident in discussing access control with clients, being able to talk more confidently about what their solution offers them.
This is just one of the many things the commercial team at Paxton has to offer specifiers and consultants. We also provide all the necessary help in the preparation of tender specification documents in the form of a ‘Consultants and Specifiers Resource’ and we’ll even do the work for them!”
The online Consultants and Specifiers Resource will provide a detailed guide for those specifying security. It will include compliance information, datasheets and drilling templates plus technical and sales product guides.