If you've ever lost your keys, locked them in a car, or forgotten a safe or locker combination, you've most likely benefited from the skilled work of a professional locksmith.
Stratford's locksmith training course can help teach you the detailed skills needed to perform a number of locksmith jobs. From making keys to changing safe combinations, Stratford can help you learn the gain valuable knowledge about the always important fundamentals.
With the flexibility to study at home in your spare time, you could finish this course in as little as six months and be well on your way to exciting new opportunities. Enrol Today!
Locksmith Module 1
Introduction to the Locksmithing Profession Getting Started
Overview of Home Security
Introduction to Keys and Locking Devices
Key Features and Identification
Introduction to Key Cutting
Introduction to Master-Keying
Installing Basic Locksets
Introduction to Automotive Lock Servicing
Starting and Running a Locksmith Business
Locksmith Module 2
Professional Locksmithing Techniques, Volume 1 The Business of Locksmithing
Basic Types of Locks and Keys
Key Blanks and Key Blank Directories
Warded, Lever Tumbler, Disc Tumbler, and Side Bar Wafer Locks
Pin Tumbler Locks
Key-In-Knob, Deadbolt, and Cylinder Key Mortise Locks
Locksmith Module 4
Professional Locksmithing Techniques, Volume 3 Automotive Lock Servicing
Closed Circuit Television Systems
Access Control, Alarms, and System Integration
Working as a Locksmith
This program is specifically designed to serve as an introduction or enhancement of the theoretical knowledge required for the vocational application of this subject. It is intended to help individuals in the furtherance of their vocational training and is not intended as a substitute for licensing or certification requirements, which may include an apprenticeship or additional training, as required by law.
We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the material is presented may vary.