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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
30th November 2022 Issue no. 633

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Mul-T-Lock’s triple success

* MTL_GAI-Certificates.jpgMul-T-Lock is celebrating a triple success at the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI,) thanks to the dedication and commitment of key members of its team. Michelle Sutton (Senior Technical and Internal Sales Administrator) Jacques Vermeulen (Regional Sales Manager South East) and Lee Mitchell (Regional Sales Manager, North & Scotland) have each passed ‘with flying colours’ their Stage 2 GAI exams for the Certificate in Architectural Hardware.

Says Claire Blakemore, Mul-T-Lock UK Managing Director: ‘The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers is especially relevant to Mul-T-Lock to pledge our support to achieving the highest standards when it comes to technical excellence and professionalism in security.

“We are hugely proud of the achievements of Michelle, Jacques and Lee.  Each has committed to continuous improvement and learning outside of their everyday jobs to succeed. We encourage all of our team members to do the same, so that we can evolve our service offering to architectural ironmongers and the wider construction sector.”

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers is a not for profit professional trade association that supports, assures and represents architectural ironmongers, wholesalers and manufacturers, promoting higher standards to the wider construction industry and its clients.

The Certificate in Architectural Hardware, specifically provides an introduction into ironmongery. The course, arranged in 14 modules and 5 learning blocks, establishes full competence in making informed decisions when working with particular products and materials, as well as having an understanding of best practices and industry standards.

Says Rachel Tipton of The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers: “We are thrilled with Mul-T-Lock’s commitment to the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers' education programme, demonstrating their competent workforce are able to address the needs of construction sector clients with requirements for smart and mechanical security.” 

 “Congratulations to Michelle, Jacques and Lee who have completed their current courses to such a high standard. We look forward to welcoming more members of the team to do the same.”

 

12th October 2022




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