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Electronic Access Webinars (Keyscan & RCI)

dormakaba’s webinars are a convenient way to update your skills without travelling to an in-person training certification program. Each webinar is approximately 1 to 2 hours and can be completed anywhere with an internet & phone connection. Webinars are an interactive learning experience taught by knowledgeable dormakaba instructors. The format will provide you an opportunity to discuss the material, ask questions, and clarify your understanding in a conference call setting. Best of all, there is no cost for this additional training.

View the available webinars by clicking on the link below. The electronic access webinar schedule is updated on a regular basis. Participation in a webinar is limited, so please register as soon as possible to reserve your space.


Webinar Technical Requirements

You can participate in dormakaba's web based-training seminars or conferences provided your computer or tablet has the resources listed below. A high-speed Internet connection is recommended, but not required. Excluding the possibility that you may have to download an up-to-date browser, you do not have to download any special software to interface with dormakaba's webinars. You dial a 1-800 number so the telephone call is free.

Browsers

If you require an up-to-date browser, you can download the latest version by clicking on one of the links below

Microsoft Edge & Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome

Security

The software application that Keyscan uses to conduct Webinars works on public and private networks with firewall and proxy servers. No special network configuration is required. Standard HTTP or HTTPS ports are used for communication between Keyscan and your computer. By default, all Keyscan WBT seminars and conferences are secure and confidential. All WEB communications are encrypted using secure socket layer (SSL) through the HTTPS protocol. Most web browsers provide a visual indicator, usually a lock icon opposite the WEB address bar, when the connection is secure.