David Joseph, who is a project manager at Winkhaus, recently completed the Paxton Electronic Access Control training course in order to become Winkhaus’ access control ‘in-house expert’.
,Electronic access control is a process for entering a building and is used for many applications across a number of commercial and residential settings. Installation of an access control system reduces the requirement for keys and traditional locking methods, with access gained via tokens, cards or fingerprints.
,David Joseph has worked for Winkhaus for more than 14 years and as well as completing this recent course, he is also a member of the Master Locksmiths Association, the Guild of Architectural Ironmongery and is competent with other access control solutions.
,David commented: “Winkhaus’ innovative autoLock range, which includes the AV2-E & AV2-B, requires this level of knowledge and expertise and we are striving to lead in this field of advanced locking so we can equip current and future customers with the knowledge required to sell this type of advanced security.
,”I can now pass on this knowledge to any of our customers as well as any companies that require information or training around access control. It is a broad field, with many systems in operation and many options for the end-user. I’m delighted to have passed this course and equipped myself with this high level of expertise.”
,Winkhaus is currently celebrating 160 years of being in business.