​AESBL requires background check within ten business days
after employment with an alarm or locksmith company.
 They have 6 months to take class and pass test.
Beginner Locksmith Class and Test 2020
8am -5pm Every Day
   E-Mail locksmithala@gmail.com
Teaching will be on basic locksmithing: keys, 
knobs, deadbolts, duplicating machines, cars & access control






CLASSES
Locksmith Forum
Approved Classes
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Electronic Access Control Certification Class
December 5th & 6th, 8am - 5pm 2020            FULL

Alabama Locksmith Association Warehouse
1607 Martin St. S. Suite 8
Pell City, Al  35128
205-552-8200​

ALOA Instructor Greg Perry  CML, CMEL 

This is the required class for your license to say you are certified to do Electronic Access Control work. That means anything that works on battery or low voltage. All classes are limited due to COVID, 
so you need to sign up early to secure a seat



Christmas Party to Follow Saturday Night 
December 5th, 2020​
at your new classroom, come and see
Please RSVP for food

Alabama Locksmith Association Warehouse
1607 Martin St. S. Suite 8
Pell City, Al 35128
205-552-8200​

Same as every year with Dirty Santa, gifts 20.00, give aways from vendors
Santa comes to visit, real good food and fellowship, even if we have to wear our mask.
Pray I see you here and we can have fun even being careful. Miss you guys and praying for all of you. Barbara


If you win it you have to model it LOL
Class with Books and Test $ 975.00
​Five Day Class & Test                 2021

January 25th - January 29th

May 24th - May 28th

August 23rd - August 27th

Oct 25th - Oct 29th

Online Classes
Check the Web Site
www.aesbl.alabama.gov
for update on approved education
November Friday 20th and ​Saturday 21st

Small and Large Format Interchangeable Core
Class taught by Lee Schofield  8am-5pm each day
Each course is 8 CEU's

If you sign up for Both days you get a 50.00 credit!

Often with a “figure eight” shape, which usually consists of the plug, shell, tumblers, springs, plug retainer and spring cover(s). It is primarily used in removable and interchangeable core cylinders and locks. Cores are very much like cylinders in that they are both complete operating units, containing a plug, shell, tumblers, springs, a plug retainer, and spring covers. Unlike cylinders, however, cores generally do not have a cam or tailpiece directly attached to them, although there are rare exceptions. Also unlike cylinders, cores are inserted either directly inserted into the lock, such as in the handle of a leverset, or into housings rather than screwed in or via use of a spring loaded, retaining pin. In this class you will learn how to take them apart and rekey them, also how to figure out how to pin for core key.
Buy this
Small Format on Friday
         $ 200.00 members
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Large Format on Sat
  $ 200.00 members
Buy this
Non-Member
 $ 250.00
Buy this
Non-Member
 $ 250.00