Locksmith Training Curriculum
The Right Locksmith Training
from Qualified Instructors
The key to a prosperous future as a locksmith is getting the right training from qualified instructors. At ASL, our student locksmiths will be exposed to and trained in all of the varying aspects of the job. Our curriculum for every two-week course includes:
The Business of Locksmithing
Locks and Locksmith History
Types of Locks and their Structure
Grades of Locks
Lock Assembly, Disassembly and Mortise Lock Service
Precision machining, cutting edge electronics and advanced technologies are only some of the characteristics that make key machines indispensable to today’s locksmiths. The ASL teaches not only how to use them, but what to look for when purchasing your own.
Rekeying and Repinning Locks
Interchangeable Core Locks (IC Core)
Master Key Pin Tumbler Locks
Many people seem to be fascinated with Master Keys. Possibly due to the confusing nature of the device.
After your training, you should be able to understand any master key tumbler system, from the simplest version to the most complex.
Lock Installation Tools and Equipment
From mortise locks to deadbolt and car ignition systems, there’s a professional locksmith tool made just for it. At ASL, you’ll be taught to use professional equipment and tool use, and care by seasoned experts in the field.
Safe Lock Service and Combo Changes
Car Key Making
Replacing a transponder key for a vehicle is not as simple as getting a new key cut. This process should only be performed by a trained professional in order to ensure proper key function. All ASL technicians are trained to perform, make and program transponder keys.