Alarm Lock Lockdown & Networx Certifaction - 4 Hours
This class will cover all aspects of DL Windows Software programming, including setting up a system with users, time zones, schedules, running an audit trail. We will also demonstrate how easy it is setting up a Networx Wireless system using the same DL Windows Software. This class will show how we connect the Networx Gateways to a PC and discover the Networx wireless locks to complete a system.
We will send/receive programming wirelessly using our PC and connected Gateway to the Networx Locks. We will demonstrate the Global Emergency Commands to issue a "Lockdown" all locks within the system from the PC and/or from any lock within the system as if there was an emergency situation . The Global Emergency Commands can be used to "Unlock" all locks within the system from the PC or any lock within the system.
Note: If student brings their laptop to class, we will load software at no charge.
Class 100/0814 Instructor: Keith Tsantos
Limit: 30 Students
HES Basic Low Voltage Electricity for Installer - 4 Hours
This entry level course is designed to educate the particpants in the basic electronic knowledge needed to wire an electronic locking system. The class includes a balance of instructional and hands-on exercises. The following subjects are covered:
∙ Key Figures in Electricity
∙ Voltage, Current and Resistance
∙ Electronic Circuits
∙ AC & DC Electricity
∙ Switches and Relays
∙ Fail Safe/Fail Secure lock wiring
∙ Electonic Components
∙ Use of Multimeters
Class 101/0814 Instructor: Russ Anderson & Tim Hunnicutt
Business Planning - 4 Hours
Learn the basic strategy of building a business plan. Whether you have been in business for 20 years or just starting out, a plan is essential to achieving your goals. This four hour course will outline the steps needed to develop a basic annual business plan.
Class 102/0814 or 203/0814 Instructor: John Burke, President IDN-Armstrong's
Basic Lock Impressioning (see below)
We will discuss and experience different ways of preparing the key blank with different types of files for the process of fitting a key to a lock using the Impressioning method. There will be a discussion of the locks environment and what causes it to be difficult or easy to Impression. We will learn the difference in impression marks derived from wafer verses pin tumbler locks. Students should bring their Impressioning files, vise grip pliers, and any Impressioning aids they may have and are learning to use.
Class 103/0814 (4 Hours) or 303/081 (3 Hours) Instructor: Larry Coughenour
NCLLB Test - 4 Hours
If you are an apprentice Locksmith wanting to test for your North Carolina Locksmith License, then this is the place to take the test. You need to contact the Licensing Board Office in Raleigh to be scheduled for this test session. The address is NCLLB @ P.O. Box 10972, Raleigh, NC 27605, Phone 919-838-8782 or FAX 919-833-5743, or web site www.nclocksmithboard.org.
Proctor: NCLLB Member
Understanding Basic I/C Core A-2 System - 4 Hours
We will be dealing with the A-2 System in this class. Students will learn how to key up a core and cut the key. We will discuss the A-2 masterkey system, progression system and decoding. We will also decode the control key.
Class 200/0814 or 400/0814 Instructor: Steve Bright
Basic Master Pinning - 4 Hours
A complete review of Master keying pin tumbler locks. From making two keys work on one residential lock to Full systems on office and industrial environments.
Topics included nomenclature, chart construction, maison keying (pluses and dangers), sub-master tiers and a basic walk through to estimate costs. If time allows we may discuss disc tumbler master keying (National or Timberline)
Class 201/0814 or 402/0814 Instructor: Steve Youman
Pinning Chrysler, Ford, GM and some foreign Ignitions (see below)
Come to class prepared to pin up ignitions and troubleshoot locks.
Class 202/0814 (4 Hours) or 301/0814 (3 Hours) Instructor: Tim Noszek
S&G Electronic Safe Lock - 4 Hours
Covering basic operations, combination changes, resetting lost combinations and troubleshooting.
Class 204/0814 Instructor: Elizabeth Cox, TimeMaster
Mortise Lock Body Service - 3 Hours
Class will be an overview of arrow, Schlage and Sargent mortise bodies. We will be discussing model numbers, ordering tips, efficent and cost saving ways to decreasing inventory, various model components and their functions. Discontinue products and how that applies when replacing parts or entire lock bodies.
Products lines such as Arrow BM11, BM12, Sargent 8200 and Schlage L9000 series.
Students will be provided hand outs covering some of the common problems.
The class will cover:
1) Trouble shooting,common problems and issues encounteed in the field,
2) Disassemble and reassemble correctly.
3)Change lock handing and new locks with multi-functions.
4) Service and repair without expense /cost of replacement.
5) Discuss when repair verses replacements are more economical
However, we will briefly discuss Best H and various other brands.
Students will need to bring the following tools: Vise grip pliers, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers
Class 300/0814 Instructors: Ron Cox & Preston Bessard
Auto Key Generation - 8 Hours
There will be a 3 hour instructional class on Saturday from 8-11, and then directly after the business meeting we will leave to go to the junk yard for lunch and 5 hours of hand on key originating. You must attend all 8 hours. The $50.00 will cover the cost of transportation, lunch and supplies.
Members: $50.00 Visitors: $250.00
Class 302/0814 Part 1 & 2 Instructors: Johnny Hefner & Jennifer Richards
Safe Scopes - 3 hours
Covering different types, sizes, angles and tips of scopes.
Class 304/0814 Instructor: Elizabeth Cox, TimeMaster
HES Site Survey and Magnetic Lock System Installation - 4 Hours
This course covers the proper method of conducting a site survey to determine the best ASSA ABLOY products for the opening while ensuring to meet the customer's needs. Including power supply, lock, entry device and exit device selelction. With instructional and hands-on exercises covering the following subjects:
∙ Purpose of electric locking system
∙ Walk through techniques
∙ Types of electric locking systems
∙ Electronic locking system component selection
∙ Brackets and accessories
∙ System layout and hardware schedule schedule forms
∙ Common errors, tips and techniques
The second section of this course offers a hands-on installation of several of the most common magnetic locking systems, including surface and concealed magnetic locks, touch sense devices, digital keypads, motion sensors and emergency exit buttons.
Class 401/0814 Instructors: Russ Anderson & Tim Hunnicutt
Residential & Commercial Tips & Tricks - 4 Hours
Installing deadbolts on metal doors. Residential locks originating a key and deadbolts installed on wood doors. Basic rekey and shiming locks and door prep and beefing up security for home and business commercial doors.
Class 403/0814 Instructor: Scottie Jackson