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Important updates

The FDIS takes the welfare of our customers very seriously and has been following the Government guidance on the Coronavirus and have some important updates for you.

All Pearson VUE test centres are currently closed, you will be able to reschedule your test at a later date

All trainee inspector on-site assessments have been postponed until further notice

All of our online training courses are available as normal, so it is a good opportunity for CPD to be updated

Should you have any queries, please contact us, using our ‘contact us’ page and we will be happy to help.

About FDIS

The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) was launched as a joint venture by the British Woodworking Federation (BWF) and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) in 2012. We aim to transform people’s knowledge about how and why fire doors work and the potential dangers of getting it wrong.

Find an inspector

Search our directory and find an FDIS certificated fire door inspector in your area.

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Train for the FDIS Diploma

The FDIS online education programme is available to anyone who wishes to gain a greater knowledge of fire doors

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Become an FDIS Certificated Inspector

If you’ve completed the Diploma in Fire Doors and passed the final examination, you’re ready to apply to become an FDIS Certificated Fire Door Inspector.

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