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Safe Deposit Locks


Class Time: 9am to 5pm
Course Length: 1 Day
Course Fees: $425.00
Registration Fee: $25.00 (First time students only)
Course Code: EDUSDL
Location: Nicholasville, KY

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aloa-icon.png This class has been approved for 1 point towards the ALOA PRP Recertification requirements.
If you have NOT yet achieved a PRP Certification, or are trying to achieve a higher level, this class can also serve as valuable preparation for Elective L-25 (Locks, Safe Deposit)
  Download an Enrollment Application by clicking here.

Course Description:
This class was designed to give the participant a solid background in servicing safe deposit locks. There are hundreds of varieties of locks in use in countless banks, hotels, and other businesses across America. There is a constant need for technicians who can install, re-key, and open safe deposit boxes when keys are lost or the lock malfunctions. Don't let your competition get all the "gravy" jobs - add this lucrative service to your list of skills.

 

The following is covered in detail:

  • Principles of safe deposit lock design
  • Lock Handling
  • Nomenclature
  • Operation
  • Non-changeable locks
  • Single changeable locks
  • Double-changeable locks
  • Key blank selection and duplication
  • Generating keys using space and depth keys
  • Using a key machine to generate keys
  • The "drill and pick" method
  • Damage-free bypass techniques
  • Pulling the nose
  • Pulling the door
  • Repair techniques

 

Do you need this class? Test yourself with these questions:

  1. On a two-nose lock mounted on a left-hand door, is the guard keyway to the left or right?
  2. How could you determine exactly where to drill a hole for the "drill and pick"?
  3. Which characteristics are vital when attempting to identify a safe deposit lock?
  4. How can you tell a left-hand lock from a right-hand lock?
  5. Do all safe deposit locks that use two keys have two separate keyways?

 

Each Student Will Receive:

  • Printed copy of the Class Presentation
  • Coffee Mug
  • Notepad
  • Pen
  • Ruler
  • 2-in-1 Screwdriver
  • Work Mat
  • MBA USA Course Certificate

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