Welcome to the Approved Contractor Network!
Please remember that completing the Aftercare Provider training is mandatory. At least one member of your staff has to attend the one-day training course in our Technology and Training Hub in Cardiff, which costs £550 per person per day. You have 3 months to attend the course, starting from the date you sign the Framework Agreement.
Who should attend this course?
The course covers routine maintenance and refurbishment of residential smoke control systems, particularly natural smoke ventilation systems. It’s ideal for:
- Compliance managers
- Service managers
- Commissioning engineers
Add our partner logos to your website
Adding the Aftercare Provider logos to your website shows you’re partnering with a top provider of smoke control systems and proves you’re all about quality work and professionalism. Plus, promoting our partnership can impress potential clients who are looking for reliable and trustworthy contractors in their area.
Request an Approved Contractor Website Account
To get the full range of benefits that come with being an Aftercare Provider, you need to let us know what email you’ll be using to log into the website and shop online. We’ll grant you access to the extra features available to our Approved Contractors, such as an exclusive area of our website full of resources and a pay-by-invoice option at checkout.
Step 4: Explore the Approved Contractor Area
The Approved Contractor Area is only available to members of our network and provides exclusive access to a range of valuable resources. We highly recommend that you explore this area and take advantage of the resources, including product datasheets, industry regulations, and free guides and brochures.
Book Free Training for your Team
Delivered online or at your premises
After a member of your team completes the mandatory Aftercare Provider Training, you can book one of our available training courses completely free of charge. We can deliver it at your premises to a team of max 20 people or online upon request.
This module covers everything your engineers need to know when installing and commissioning our 3A and 6A modular smoke control panels.
This module covers testing and offers guidance on the annual maintenance visit for a mechanical extraction system which should include a full performance (as commissioned) test.
This course is essential for anyone working with smoke vent systems in residential buildings. You will learn the design requirements needed to ensure smoke control safety.
This course is for companies currently using or intending to use our equipment. It's a practical training session where we demonstrate how to install, commission, and use the equipment and answer any questions your team has.
Smoke ventilation systems are either modular or central control and can normally be swapped out quite easily. Our Retro-fitting training helps you understand which systems can be replaced with Group SCS equipment and what to look for when doing so.
This seminar explores important areas of the regulations coming into effect in January 2023, including The Building Safety Act 2022, The New Fire Safety Act 2021, and Dame Judith Hackitt’s Building a Safer Future Independent Review.