Hosted by FAACs Training Manager in our offices located in Basingstoke

Introducing Our New Training Courses for Account holders.

Schedule Appointment

1. Select Your Course Type: Browse through our range of courses and choose the one that interests you the most. We offer courses coving the main categories of automation.

2. Check Course Availability: View the upcoming months' available course dates on our interactive calendar. This handy tool ensures you can plan ahead and find a date that suits your schedule. If you can’t find a date that suits you, please contact us.

3. Book Your Space: Reserve your spot by selecting the date that works best for you.

4. Confirmation: Once your booking is complete, you'll receive a confirmation email with all the details you need, including course information, location, and any prerequisites.





For any inquiries or assistance with the booking process, please don't hesitate to reach out to our dedicated support team.




FAAC Barrier Training  



FAAC Automatic Door Training




Familiarisation with the B614 and B680H. A presentation will cover, selecting the right system, installation requirements, installation method, board wiring, programming, and the range of accessories.  Throughout there will be practical exercises on, installation, control board programming and maintenance processes. The full range of automatic bollards is also covered and a demonstration on servicing the J275 V2 bollard allows the attendees to get more hands-on experience with the equipment. 



As of the 1st of April, The swing door and sliding door courses are being merged into one, with the safety portion of the course content supplied as a video for remote learning. The product and practical is provided as a single course shown below. Familiarisation with A1000, A1400 A951, 950N2, models and accessories. Installation requirements, wiring and programming. Basic fault finding, use of a controller and servicing.


FAAC Sliding Gate Training


 FAAC Swing Gate Training 


Familiarisation with different models, explanation of functionality and limitations of different operators. Installation requirements, fixing of racking, positioning of limits, etc. Safety requirements. Basic fault finding and servicing.. Programming of sliding gate control boards followed by practical wiring and set-up exercises.



Familiarisation with different operators, explanation of functionality and limitations of different operators. Swing gate geometry calculation and determination of operator suitability. Safety requirements. Basic fault finding and servicing. Programming of a swing gate board followed by practical wiring and set-up exercises.


Introduction to FAAC



A presentation will cover how to select the most suitable operator for an installation, interspersed with demonstrations of equipment in the showroom. Guidance will be given on how to get the most out of the accessories and how to make automation safe. Q&A is encouraged throughout, and attendees will be informed about all the resources available for any future enquiries.

The course is designed to help anyone who is not familiar with the FAAC range. It is suitable for salespeople, or any other office staff who would like to learn about FAAC products but don’t need to learn how to install them. It would only be useful to a new engineer who needs easing into training before attending the other courses. The more technical aspects of installations and fault finding are not covered, because these topics are addressed in each of the other courses.