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The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers

CPD Material (9)


Seminar
Installation of Fire Door Assemblies and Associated Ironmongery
This CPD presentation provides critical information on how fire doors and ironmongery should be installed on site. It does this through video presentations which take the installation from the site preparation through to final certification and sign off. This paired with slides that provide supplementary information on standards and best practice relating to fire door testing and installation. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- Fire Doors – background, requirement and terminology
- Fire door and ironmongery installation process
- Relevant standards
- Further best practice
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery and the Impact of the Environment
This CPD aims to discuss ironmongery and the environment. Topics covered include Construction Industry Initiatives and programmes, timber certification schemes, environmental product declarations, ISO 14001 and other relevant standards, industry responses to environmental issues and sources of further information. By the end of the seminar you should have a greater understanding of:
- Statistics on waste within the UK construction industry
- Construction industry initiative programmes including UKGBC, BREEAM and LEED.
- Timber certification schemes including the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC)
- Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) – what they are and when they are required
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery and the Impact of the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept where not only people but objects and devices are able to network and communicate with each other. The purpose of this CPD is to learn more about the Internet of Things, what it is and the impact it is having on the ironmongery industry. This seminar will cover the following topics:
- Definition and history of IoT
- Smart Homes
- Smart Buildings and Cities
- Impact on the ironmongery industry
- Building Information Modelling
- Future Trends
- Relevant standards
- Further sources of information
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery for Specialist Applications
This seminar looks at the specification of ironmongery for specialist applications. It will help you to understand the following topics
- Accessibility and the relevant legislation relating to ironmongery
- Specialist closing devices and what can be used in specific applications such as care homes and hospitals
- Visual contrast and LRV requirements
- What anti-ligature hardware is available, what can be specified and the current standard available for testing of the product
- Anti-microbial furniture, define what is available and in what circumstances it could be specified
- Finger protection, what types there are, why they should be specified and the relevant British Standard
- Specialist signage, in what circumstances it can be specified such as areas where there are those with visual impairment or dementia
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery and Security
This seminar looks at the specification of ironmongery for security. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The definition of security and the purpose of security
- The different types and applications of mechanical and electrical locking devices and look at the relevant BS and EN standards
- The various types of doorsets and security standards
- Building Regulations Approved Document Q and its application to the security of doors and windows, also the equivalent requirements in Scotland.
- The Secured by Design initiative
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
The Specifier's Guide to Access Control
This seminar looks at the key elements to consider when specifying an access control system. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The definition of access control
- The advantages of using access control systems
- The key elements of an access control system and the questions to ask when looking to specify access control
- The relevant British and European standards that relate to access control
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery for Fire and Escape Doors
This seminar is concerned with specifying the correct ironmongery for fire and escape doors. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The importance of fire and escape doors, why we need them and how to specify the correct ironmongery referring to the appropriate BS EN Standards
- The reasons for regular inspection and inspection methodology
- The maintenance of ironmongery on fire and escape doors
- The legal, financial and ethical consequences of ignoring the risks regarding correct specification, supply, maintenance and inspection of fire doors
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
An Architect's Guide to Door Hardware
This seminar covers what the term ironmongery means and the main points to consider when specifying door hardware. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- What ironmongery is and recognise the key terms in ironmongery
- The main considerations when specifying door hardware and how a hardware specification is put together, looking at correct application and appropriate standards
- How to find an architectural ironmonger and how to work effectively with them during the specification process
- How to avoid risks in the specification of door hardware
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ironmongery and accessibility
This seminar will focus on the impact of accessibility on the specification of ironmongery looking at the following areas:
- Legislation, including
- Equality Act
- BS 8300: 2009
- Approved Documents and their equivalents throughout the UK and Ireland.
- It will look at the impact of BS 8300 specifically on products such as
- door closers
- door furniture
- hardware such as hinges locks and panic hardware
- access control product
- handrail
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar

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The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

Subject/Product Areas (CI/SfB)
RIBA Core Curriculum areas