An Amazonian incentive to sign up to the FDIS Diploma in Fire Doors

Published:  07 November, 2012

UK: A lucrative windfall awaits one lucky person this month who decides to register for the UK’s newest qualification for building industry professionals.

All new registrants on the Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) diploma in fire doors will enter a monthly prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher.

The FDIS diploma is a user-friendly online education programme which can be undertaken anywhere and at any time. It is attracting very positive reviews for the high quality of information and learning it provides about fire doors and doorsets, their components, specification, installation and maintenance.

Neil Ashdown, FDIS general manager comments: “The number of professionals registering for the FDIS diploma is steadily growing as word gets out about how good it is. They are coming not only from the fire safety and door industries, but from a whole range of sectors including facilities management, education and the public sector. What they all have in common is a desire to have a greater knowledge of fire doors and a qualification to prove it.

“The prize draw is there to encourage anyone who might yet be wavering about starting the diploma. It is open to anyone who signs up to study the diploma and a single winner will receive a £100 Amazon voucher each month.”

FDIS is a joint initiative developed by the BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset Scheme and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers.

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