Friday, February 27 and Saturday, February 28, 2015

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For Visitors/Non-Members
Registration Cost: $50   Classes: $100 (3 to 4 hour blocks)
 
NCLA
Friday, February 27, 2015 Classes
 
     
9:00 - 7:00 PM Registration Meeting Room Hallway
   
9:00 - 11:00 AM Board Meeting Boardroom
     
12:30 - 12:45 PM New Member Orientation Room H
     
1:00 - 5:00 PM 100/0215 Securitron State of the Art Smart Product Applications Room H
Instructors: Russ Anderson & Joe Coker, HES Limit: 30
     
1:00 - 5:00 PM 101/0215 Original Lishi 2in1 Pick & Decoder Tool Training  Room G
Instructors:  Bill Youngson & Jay Barker - Class is FULL Limit: 20  FULL
   
1:00 - 5:00 PM 102/0215 2015 STRATTEC Automotive Update Room F
Instructor: Vera Latus, Strattec Limit: 30
     
1:00 - 5:00 PM 103/0215 Introduction to Time Locks Room E
Instructor:  Andy Dennison, CML, CPS (MBA) Limit: 28
     
1:00 - 5:00 PM 104/0215A Tips & Tricks, Transponder Update & EEPROM Room C
Instructor: Jim Hetchler, KeyPro Limit: 30
  THIS IS AN 8-HOUR CLASS.  YOU MUST TAKE BOTH PARTS!  
     
2:00 - 4:00 PM NCLLB Test Room B
NCLLB Proctor Limit: 25
     
6:00 - 10:00 PM 200/0215 Alarm Lock DL Windows Software Training and Wireless Networx/School Lockdown Demonstration Room H
Instructor:  Keith Tsantes, Alarm Lock Limit: 30
     
6:00 - 10:00 PM 201/0215 Professional Lock Picking and Bumping Techniques as Applied to Pin Tumbler, Lever and High Security Locks Room G
  Instructor:  Elizabeth Cox, TimeMasters - Class is FULL Limit: 25  FULL
     
6:00 - 10:00 PM 202/0215 Medeco X4 Certification Room F
  Instructor:  Dale Bowman, Medeco Min: 5 / Max: 16
     
6:00 - 10:00 PM 203/0215 Magnetic Locking Cylinder Shields Room E
  Instructors: R. Paul McKay CETCPS, RL, Tom Nazziolla, and Hernan Ciecha B. Eng, MBA Limit: 30
     
6:00 - 10:00 PM 104/0215B Tips & Tricks, Transponder Update & EEPROM Room C
  Instructor:  Jim Hetchler, KeyPro Limit: 30
  THIS IS AN 8-HOUR CLASS.  YOU MUST TAKE BOTH PARTS!  
     
     
 
NCLA
 
 
Saturday, February 28, 2015 Classes
 
     
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
NCLA Trade Show  
     
2:30 - 4:30 PM
400/0215 Maglocks: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Room H
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2:30 - 4:30 PM 401/0215 IDS Room G
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2:30 - 4:30 PM 402/0215 Overview of Fridays STRATTEC Update Room F
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2:30 - 4:30 PM 403/0215 Overview of Fridays Mag Locking Cylinders Room E
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SATURDAY CLASSES ARE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS.  NO PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

 
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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

 

Securitron State of the Art Smart Product Applications 4 Hours

This course covers the application of Securitron electrified locking products and accessories. Participants will cover the application and features of the entire line of Securitron magnetic locks, touch sense devices, digital keypads, power supplies, delayed egress systems and more.
Class 100/0215 Instructors:Russ Anderson & Joe Coker, HES
Limit: 30 Students

Original Lishi 2in1 Pick & Decoder Tool Training 4 Hours

Learn to pick and decode automotive locks using the Original Lishi 2in1 pick & decoder tools with factory authorized instructors. Students will learn to pick and decode stand & high security automotive locks for the purpose of generating a key for the vehicle.
Class 101/0215 Instructor: Bill Youngson &Jay Barker
Limit: 20 Sponsored by Midwest Keyless

STRATTEC Automotive Update 4 Hours

Class will bring you up to date on vehicle platforms that STRATTEC services including GM, Ford, and Chrysler LLC. The GM and Ford portions will include hands on pinning of select new side mill ignitions and free wheeling door locks for GM and/or Ford including the new 2015 Ford Pick-up ignition and door locks. Technology changes regarding licks and keys will be covered including current trends ad future applications from the “Big 3”. You will also be updated specifically on what is serviced by STRATTEC for the 2014+model year vehicles. STRATTEC online resources will also be covered.
Class 102/0215 Instructor: Vera Latus, Strattec
Limit: 30

Introduction to Time Locks 4 Hours

Time locks are a mystery to many locksmiths. This class will show the student the basics of how time locks operate and identify the parts and nomenclature of common time locks used in banks vaults and many cash room safes. Included will be information on different types of time movements used and how they are different. Because of time constraints, time movement cleaning will not be covered in depth, but will be discussed. Replacing and synchronizing time movements within a time lock will be discussed as well.
Class 103/0215 Instructor: Andy Dennison, CML, CPS (MBA)
Limit: 18

Tips & Tricks, Transponder Update & EEPROM 8 Hours

Students will learn different tips and tricks pertaining to the interaction of keys, electronic systems and programming tools included in this session will be an introduction to EEPROM work. There will be numerous ideas and suggestions to make it easier to accomplish key generation. Some pitfalls an how to avoid them will be discussed. Quick ignition repairs systems on certain model will be demonstrated and there will be numerous training videos shown.
Class 104/0215A & B Instructor: Jim Hetchler, KeyPro
Limit: 30
THISISAN 8 HOURCLASS. YOUMUSTTAKEBOTHPARTS!

Alarm Lock DL Windows Software Training and Wireless Networx/School Lockdown Demonstration
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. It will include a brief review of T3 Trilogy before we demonstrate the ease of setting up a Networz 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.
Attendee Requirements
Note: Students can bring their laptops and have the new DL Windows 5.2.3 loaded.
Class 200/0215 Instructor: Keith Tsantes
Limit: 30

Professional Lock Picking and Bumping Techniques as Applied to Pin Tumbler, Lever and High Security Locks
4 Hours

This class is designed for the locksmith who wants to improve his picking and bumping skills by acquiring a thorough understanding of the mechanics and operation of key locks. This class will cover terminology, analysis of design for vulnerabilities, visualization of the internal workings of key locks, and utilization of feedback. UL 437 locks will be picked and bumped open in class.
Class 201/0215 Instructor: Elizabeth Cox, TimeMasters
Limit:25

Medeco X4 Certification 4 Hours

This four hour class covers the design and operation of Classic KeyMark and Medeco x4 products. Hands-on exercises include calculating an A2 pinning matrix, decoding a Medeco x4 key, and pinning a small format interchangeable core cylinders to retrofit Corbin Russwin, Sargent, Schlage and Yale are included with pinning instructions as well as cam locks and other types of cylinders. A brief overview of Medeco eCylinders for SFIC applications is also covered.
Class 202/0215 Instructor: Dale Bowman, Medeco
Minimum: 5/Maximum: 16

Magnetic Locking Cylinder Shields 4 Hours

This will be an introduction to the new family of Magnetic Locking Cylinder Shields produced by Capitol Industries Inc. The class will cover a Brief history of the company, introduction of the M1000, M2000, M5000 & M7000 models, detailed examination of the locking technology utilized as well as hands-on creation and decoding of magnetic keys.
Class 203/0215 Instructors: R. Paul McKay CETCPS, RL, Tom Nazziolla and Hernan Ciecha B. Eng, MBALimit: 30
Maglocks: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly 2 Hours

This course will address some of the folklore, misconceptions and history of Maglocks. It will display some of the reasons why agencies presented concerns about Maglocks and why the reasons are no longer valid if ever were true. Additionally this course will site why there was confusion in codes and compliance as well as how to take action to dispel; those myths. The following topics that will be covered are:
• Welcome
• Who is Assa Abloy
• Changes in Industry Technology
• How did it happen?
• The Ugly
• The Codes and Requirements
• Combating the Ugly
• The Good (Maglocks)
• Magnetic lock terms, application and products
• Releasing the Door
• Tools and Support
• Summary and Questions
Class 400/0215 Instructors: Russ Anderson & Joe Coker, HES

IDS 2 Hours

Paul Butler, President of Industrial Diagnostic Services, Inc. (IDS, Inc.) will demonstrate various economical diagnostic product for the locksmith/safeman including their new line of flexible video borescopes with interchangeable shafts! Don’t forget to bring our smartphone to class and learn how to view and record you borescope inspections without the addition of costly equipment! Any of their diagnostic tools will save you time and money!
Class 401/0215

2015 Overview of Friday’s STRATTEC Update 2 Hours
Class 402/0215 Instructor: Vera Latus, Strattec

Overview of Friday’s Mag Locking Cylinders 2 Hours
Class 403/0215 Instructors: R. Paul McKay CETCPS, RL, Tom Nazziolla and Hernan Ciecha B. Eng, MBA

 


 
 
 
Contact:
Roy Young
Email: completelock@hotmail.com
Phone: (910) 425-5490