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Abloy welcomes customers to new training academy - Newswire360 by liamei12345

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Abloy welcomes customers to new training academy


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Abloy UK has hosted its first customer event at the brand new state-of-the-art
ASSA ABLOY training academy


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Abloy, ASSA ABLOY, academy, training, security
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Abloy welcomes customers to new training academy


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Abloy UK has hosted its first customer event at the brand new training facilities in
the state-of-the-art ASSA ABLOY academy


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Visitors had an exclusive first look at the new Academy, which includes a fully
equipped classroom, showroom and workshop.


The new ASSA ABLOY academy, based in Portobello West Midlands, is now
open to customers to attend product presentations, specification seminars and
practical installation training.


The training facility is also available for customers and their end users, who can
use the Academy as a venue for their own internal staff training or client
presentations, meetings and events.
Abloy UK is running a calendar of events at the Academy, aimed at installers,
security managers, lock centres, specifiers and end-users. Courses range from a
Foundations introduction to doorset specification to hands-on training in electric
and mechanical locks, and specification seminars on security solutions for health
and education facilities.


Matt Thomas, Managing Director of Abloy UK, said: “The new academy enables
us to work in partnership with customers, so although we do offer courses, we
want customers to bring end-users here so we can develop security solutions
together.


“We recognise that the high performance of our products can only be realised by
the abilities of the people who install them and our new Academy provides the
highest standard of training.”


Feedback from the Academy’s first visitors has been extremely positive.


Kevin Harcourt of Global Security Group said: “I think the new Academy is very
professionally put together. I will definitely be bringing customers and team
members here for training. The training facilities are excellent and it’s a good
chance to get your hands on the products and see exactly how they work.”


Originally built and pioneered at the Abloy UK site in Watford, the Academy has
been relocated and redeveloped to provide even better training facilities, in
advance of Abloy UK’s move to the ASSA ABLOY UK head office in Portobello in
2011.


To find out more about the Academy or to reserve a place on an Abloy training
course, please telephone 01923 255 066 or email academy@abloy.co.uk.
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Abloy, Academy, Training facility


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AA Academy front sign, internal classroom
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Issued on behalf of Abloy UK by Edson Evers LLP, The Hollies, 120 Newport
Road, Stafford, ST16 1BY For further information please contact Lydia Fineman
at Edson Evers LLP on Tel: +44 (0) 1785 255146 Fax: +44 (0) 1785 211518 or
email lydia@edsonevers.com


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