Congratulations to David Oake for becoming a Registered Architectural Ironmonger!
Date: 07/06/2022 | Format: Article | Read: 5 mins
To get this level of achievement, David has had to pass three stages of academic study. This certification will greatly help the company as our Registered Architectural Ironmonger for sales advice and project specification / quotational works.
The GAI Diploma – Stage 3:
- Developing scheduling skills and understanding key control.
- Electric hardware and access control.
- Master keying.
- Scheduling of architectural hardware.
Certificate in Architectural Hardware - Stage 2:
- Fire door hardware.
- Escape door hardware.
- Lettering, nameplates and graphic symbols.
- Specialist hardware that will assist disabled people to access and move around a building.
- Electric hardware.
- Access control systems.
- Intermediate scheduling.
- Manufacturing and sourcing.
- Commercial awareness.
Certificate in Architectural Hardware - Stage 1:
- Handing of hardware.
- Hinges – Different types and how they operate.
- Metals, Metal Finishes and Plastics used in ironmongery manufacturing processes.
- Timber doors and frames.
- Steel doors and frames.
- Seals including fire, acoustic and weather.
- Door closing devices.
- Locking and latch mechanisms.
- Fixings and fastenings.
- Door furniture - Levers and pull handles.
- Basics of producing an ironmongery specification and schedule.