Alabama Locksmith Frame, Door and Hardware CEU class
Friday May 7th 8am - 5pm 8 Ceus
Learn to Install Doors for your Customers Only 10 Seats Open
Taught By Sonny Pearce and A.J. Doody:
This class will go over how to install a KD (Knock down frame) install two wood doors with standard hinges on one door and continuous hinge on the other, grade one exit device on one door and a grade 2 exit device on the other, standard door closer on one door and a parallel arm on the other. We will be showing video of how to install everything you will be installing yes you will be installing the frames, doors, and hardware as a hands-on class at the new Alabama Locksmith Association classroom. We will be going over some of the things you can and cannot do on fire doors as well.
Saturday May 22st, 2021 By Brian Suggs 8Ceu's 8am-5pm
How to open new revenue streams, which vehicles to target, equipment, suppliers, tools, pricing, transponder theory and how it works, basic diagnostics, key generation and programming and where to get technical information.
This hands-on certification seminar focuses on the mechanical aspects of the Simplex 1000 and Simplex 5000. This seminar will review Simplex Models L1000, 900, 3000, 7100, 6200 and 9600 products and applications. Emphasis is placed on the many mechanical features and servicing these unique and versatile keyless locks. Upon successful completion, students will have a full understanding of the application, operation, function, maintenance and marketing of these products.
Students will receive a Simplex 1000 lock a Simplex 5000 lock, a Simplex 7108 lock, a wooden display mount both the standard and low profile chamber, a thumb turn, two screw drivers, a Simplex Certification Binder, Plus every student will receive a Simplex Service Repair Kit. Students receive over $ 3,500.00 worth of dormakaba products in this class. Upon completion of class and the test, students will be listed on the dormakaba website as an Approved Simplex Installer. This class offers .
E-Plex Standard Electronic Pushbutton Lock Certification (Saturday’s class) 8 CEU's
This certification class offers students hands-on instruction on the standard line of E-Plex electronic locks and optional standard software. Training will be provided on the ease of installation and the use and maintenance of the electronic lock series. The simplicity of keypad programming, the optional data transfer with a PC M-Unit device and audit trail transfers. Upon successful completion students will understand the product features, benefits, and installation of both keypad programming as well as software programming. This class will be taught using an E-Plex PowerPlex lock. If you are interested in an electronic lock that never requires any batteries, this is a class you don’t want to miss!
Students receive a dormakaba PowerPlex Lock, a wooden display mount, the E-Plex Standard Software Kit, two screw drivers and an E-Plex Certification Binder. Students receive over $ 1,200.00 worth of dormakaba products. Upon completion of class and the test, students will be listed on the dormakaba website as an Approved E-Plex Installer.
Electronic Access Control Certification
Saturday June 26th and Sunday 27th 16 CEU's 8am-5pm
If you do not have Electronic Access Control on your license, this is the class you HAVE to have to be able to install ANYTHING with low voltage or battery back-up. Access Control Certification Course provides information pertaining to all forms of access control you are permitted to do, and what operations they are able to perform on a system. Access Control can be just a battery or wiring and monitor systems use at a user level. You will understand the different access control systems and how they should be implemented and wiring data using the different levels of access. Class is limited to 12, so sign up early.
LET"S DO SAFE'S
April 16th & 17th Lee Schofield 16 Credit Hours 8am-5pm each day
This course will feature the basics of combination locks as well as a discussion on the different makes and models both mechanical and electronic. Students will also learn how to disassemble and reassemble combination locks. They will also learn to change combinations and determine what numbers should or should not be used.There will also be hands-on dialing diagnostics and troubleshooting. When the student leaves this class they should feel confident about changing combinations, proper servicing of the lock and be able to do some dialing diagnostics that will enable them to open many malfunctioning safe locks without drilling. Drilling and drill points will be hands on.
Materials students should bring to class: Medium size common and #2 Philips screwdrivers, diagonal pliers and drills and drill bits. Limited to 10
This will be at the Alabama Locksmith Warehouse and Classroom