The new course “Locksmithing: Introduction to Commercial Hardware” provides a comprehensive foundation in commercial locksmithing, focusing specifically on the hardware used in commercial settings. This course is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as a locksmith or those who already work in the commercial security industry and want to expand their knowledge and skills.
Throughout this course, students will develop a deep understanding of the various types of commercial locks, critical systems, and access control mechanisms commonly found in commercial buildings, offices, and institutions. By exploring both theoretical concepts and practical hands-on exercises, students will acquire the essential skills and knowledge needed to effectively install, maintain, and repair commercial hardware.
Upon completing this course, students will have familiarized themselves with industry best practices and ethical guidelines for working with commercial clients, prioritizing security, and maintaining confidentiality.
There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, a basic understanding of locksmithing principles and techniques would be beneficial. Students should have good mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity.