New ASFP website features improved functionality and broadens services
The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has launched a new website which features a contemporary design and improved functionality and navigation, aimed at enhancing the visitor experience to ensure they find the passive fire protection advice and information they need.
The newly created site uses clear navigation to ensure the visitor can quickly access the information they are looking for, whether this is the ASFP’s extensive range of guidance documents and webinars in the Knowledge sector; or access to Events and Training. The News section offers visitors direct access to news of ASFP activities; videos and interviews on ASFPTV; and the ASFP’s newly launched magazine, IGNITE. A Member Search feature allows visitors to access details of all ASFP members or search by keyword to locate the most appropriate product or specialist contractor for their project.
Brand new features include an Ask the Expert section where members and visitors can send their queries directly to the most relevant member of the team, ensuring a faster response. While, booking a training course or ASFP event is now simpler, with online forms to register your interest and credit card booking for training, including the ASFP Introduction to Passive Fire Protection; and our revolutionary e-learning system to study towards the IFE Level 2 and Level 3 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection qualifications.
The site is linked to the ASFP’s new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system enabling us to provide a much greater range of services to members, including the new Member Hub, which offers members access to benefits and discounts. Members can also develop their own profiles and join our online community where they can post questions and comments and network with other ASFP members. They can post their job vacancies in the new Careers section of the website and also register to receive our newsletters; providing industry information plus ASFP news and updates.
Announcing the launch of the new site, ASFP CEO Steve Davies declared:
‘The ASFP’s new website offers a fresh design and improved navigation tools to help you to locate quickly exactly what you need. It provides easy access to an extensive range of passive fire protection guidance for visitors and members alike.
‘The new Member Hub and online community will transform the way in which we can support members and significantly broadens our services and member networking opportunities.
‘The site contains a wealth of technical information, ASFP news and events and simple access to our popular training courses. I urge you to explore it.’
To access the ASFP website visit www.asfp.org.uk