Monday 14 April 2014

Codelocks announces new digital lock training course for NHS facilities and estates managers

Codelocks, a leading manufacturer of standalone access control products, announced last week that it is offering NHS facilities and estates managers the opportunity to attend a free digital lock training course that will help them improve access control within healthcare buildings.

“We’ve been helping NHS estates and facilities managers implement cost-effective access control for many years,” explains Grant Macdonald, Managing Director of Codelocks. “Drawing on this experience, we are offering a new training course designed to help facilities, estates managers and service engineers make the most of today’s keyless entry door locks.”

“Over the years technology has significantly improved the performance of battery-operated digital locks making them increasingly capable,” Grant continues. “High-specification electronic locks can now perform functions only previously available in traditional access control systems, making them a viable and cost-effective alternative. The course will explain how these products can significantly reduce the amount of time spent managing and programming access codes.”

During the two and a half hour training session Codelocks will provide advice on the best digital lock products to use in certain applications and discuss the pros and cons of mechanical and electronic operation. With practical hands-on demonstrations attendees will learn how to install, program and service digital door locks.

The training will take place at the company’s HQ in Newbury, Berkshire, or if there is enough interest from one location, Codelocks will conduct the training on site. 
To register visit, call 01635 239645 or email

About Codelocks
Codelocks designs and manufactures a range of digital keyless door and cabinet locks for organisations that need to control access within their buildings. The locks save time and money by being easy to fit and easy to programme.Unlike other solutions, digital push button locks don’t require complex wiring, cards, fobs or external power, and are more cost effective for many applications. The locks offer the user a convenient standalone solution and are sold with ‘everything you need in the box’ to fit them, including parts, instructions and templates. 
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