Hands on understanding of mechanical locks
Lock type identification, installation and service
Understanding National Standards for a Facility Locksmith
Pinning pin tumbler locks
Pinning/Servicing BEST Interchangeable Core SFIC
Bypass techniques Covert vs. Surreptitious entry
Sidebar Lock Overview
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This is 5-day hands-on course which provides you with a comprehensive knowledge of locks and a fundamental base to becoming a professional locksmith.
There are many advantages to having a professionally trained locksmith on staff. Every door in your facility has a lock or some type of hardware on it. These locks often need to be re-keyed, repaired, or replaced. A trained locksmith on staff at your facility can help efficiently resolve security issues and can also better secure your facilities while ensuring compliance with National Fire and Life Safety requirements regarding fire and egress doors. Bringing your locksmithing in-house will save you time, money and provide better safety and security.
The training in this course will provide your employees with the skills necessary to become a more efficient and competent technician who can service, install, troubleshoot and masterkey industrial and commercial key lock systems with the understanding of pertinent Life Safety 101 and NFPA 80 requirement related to fire doors. This saves you money, time, secures your facilities, resolves security issues, gives you first line of defense and improves your Facility Management.
This program was designed for the beginner as well as the experienced locksmith. We start with the basics and quickly build on those principles while focusing needs of a facility.
We offer 2 passing certification distinctions:
Certified Facility Locksmith: demonstrates proficiency in basic locksmith tasks and scores 90% or better on the open book/notes exam.
Registered Facility Locksmith: understands fundamentals but needs more experience and or scores less than 80% on the open book/notes exam.