NCLLB License 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 will be given ample time to test your skills and knowledge. 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 website www.nclocksmithboard.org.
Proctor: NCLLB Member
Kaba Safe Locks 4 Hours
This class is going to show the different types of Kaba locks, functions and security features.
- Keypad Housing Styles
- Combination Links
- Uploadable Programming
- Downloadable Audit Trail
Class 200/1114 Instructor: Elizabeth Cox, TimeMaster
Advanced Electronic System Wiring and Basic Troubleshooting 4 Hours
This course is designed for participants with previous basic electronic knowledge and use of a multimeter. Covered in this course are advanced access control and system wiring techniques installation and product troubleshooting. The class includes instructional and hands-on exercises covering the following subjects:
- Creating Wiring Diagrams
- Fire Alarm Interface
- Fail safe lock system wiring
- Fail secure lock system wiring
- Basic system troubleshooting
- Power supply troubleshooting
- Magnetic lock and electric strike troubleshooting
- Touch sense bar troubleshooting
- Digital keypad troubleshooting
- Basic access Control Systems troubleshooting
Class 201/1114 Instructors: Russ Anderson & Joe Coker, HES
Key Machines (ILCO’s New Futura Key Machine) 4 Hours
Class will explore the complete capabilities and operations of this new and exciting machine.
Class 202/1114 Instructor: Allen French, Kaba Ilco
Transponder Equipment 4 Hours
This class will be an in depth overview of the many options available from ILCO to the automotive locksmith.
Class 203/1114 Instructor: Todd Adams, Kaba Ilco
Aluminum Storefront and Cylinders 4 Hours
This class will provide an overview of the new products added to the Aluminum Storefront line, go over the features and benefits of the existing line as well as an introduction to KABA Peaks high security cylinders and an update on the main line of ILCO cylinders.
Class 204/1114 Instructors: Jeff Brown & Mike Phillips, Kaba Ilco
Motorcycle Key Generation 3 Hour
Learn basics and principles of Motorcycle key generation. Generate motorcycle keys using Lishi’s, Accu-Readers and Tear Down’s.
Class 300/1114 Instructor: Jennifer Richards
Electric Strike Installation 3 Hours
Students will be shown the easiest techniques for cutting and installing an electric strike into a hollow metal door frame. Cutting tool selection and use of the HES metal template kit is demonstrated. Students will be allowed to individually measure and cut in a strike. With instructional and hands-on exercised covering the following subjects;
- Electric strike application and selection
- Frame and door types
- Fail safe to fail secure conversion of HES strikes
- 12 to 24 volt strike conversion
- Using the HES catalog
- Installation techniques
- Hands on installation of electric strikes
Class 301/1114 Instructors: Russ Anderson & Joe Coker, HES
Honda High Security 3 Hours
Learn to remove, rekey, repair and service Honda high security door and ignition locks.
Class 302/1114 Instructors: Ralph Fuller & Jonathan Causey
Medeco Security & Keying 3 Hours
Overview of the Biaxial and the M3 High Security locks by Medeco and the different securities between the two. We will also be pinning up some cylinders.
Class 303/1114 Instructor: Paul Atkinson
Key Blank Identification 3 Hours
How to use the Ilco key blank book and other resourced to identify odd or uncommon key blanks and key ways.
If you have something odd you have not been able to ID, please bring it.
Class 304/1114 Instructor: Johnny Hefner
LaGard Safe Locks 4 Hours
This is going to cover the operational functions of the electronic and mechanical LaGard Safe Locks.
To include these type locks:
- LaGard Basic LG 3740-3750
- ComboGard Pro LG 39E
- Redundant Lock LG 39E
Class 400/1114 Instructor: Elizabeth Cox, TimeMaster
Basics of Soldering 4 Hours
This class will cover the basic principles, standards and practices of soldering for low voltage electrical and automotive work. If you have your own soldering iron, bring it. The NCLA will have small soldering irons available for use. Please, also bring pliers and screw drivers to class.
Class 401/1114 Instructor: Shane Ellison
Commercial Hardware & Installation 4 Hours
Basic installation plus troubleshooting and door preparation of Commercial doors using different types of hardware from panic bars to push paddles.
Class 402/1114 Instructor: Scottie Jackson
Understanding Basic Access Control 4 Hours
We will take a look at the component parts of a basic hardwired access control systems and how they work together. This four (4) hour class will enable the student to understand the concepts of basic electronic control systems. The student will have the knowledge and skills to install these systems for fun and PROFIT. Please bring wire cutters, strippers and small screwdrivers.
Class 403/1114 Instructor: Steve Bright
A More Productive Business and Satisfied Customer
Through “Up-Selling” of Hardware and Services 4 Hours
We will be discussing the selling of higher end and more secure systems to clients along with installation and benefits of those products. A comparison of products and their benefits to your customers both commercial and residential. We will be looking at the future of high technology in homes and business, advanced security systems and how they work. Don’t let technology outgrow you.
Class 404/1114 Instructor: C.J. Monk