American Access Company went back to school! Over the week of November 3rd, American Access Company’s leadership team attended the AFA’s Operator Installation School. This is a reputable program that teaches extensively and comprehensively all the important aspects of gate operator installation, including:
- UL 325 standard for gate operators
- ASTM F2200 safe gate design standard
- Gate Operator Basics
- A Professional Approach to Safety
- Gate Operator Accessories
- Types of Gate Operators
- Gate Operator Installation
- Electricity Basics/Testing
- Timers and Vehicle Detectors
- Telephone Entry and Access Control
Operator Installer School is taught by the top experts in the automated gate installation field who use a combination of hands-on and in-class training. Combined, they have centuries of experience in both gate operator installation as well as education and training on gate operator products. Upon completion of the class, our leadership team has an elite understanding and capability to install and work with a vast array of gate operator brands and types.
Our top level of skill is the key focus at American Access Company. We take pride in the quality of work work we provide our customers. We are always seeking out ways to take our work to the next level and continue improving on our craft. American Access Company stays current on the most up-to-date training to make sure we can offer our customers our best quality work.
Ultimately, all this training is in support of American Access Company’s services. With this prestigious certification, you can rely on us to take care of your automated gate’s installation, repair or maintenance. American Access Company can easily repair or maintenance an existing automated gate or gate operator, install a brand new gate operator, replace an existing operator, and install the rest of an automated gate system.
Now that our top experts are certified AFA Operator Installers, we now have the ability to have in-house training for all our other gate operator installers. We plan on carrying out our first round of in-house access control training in January of 2020.