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Step 1: Gain Training in Locksmithing. ... Step 2: Gain Work Experience. ... Step 3: Obtain a Locksmith License. ... Step 4: Earn Professional Certification. ... Step 5: Continue Education. ... Step 6: Join a Professional Organization.
You must be at least 18 years old. You must complete the required training or apprenticeship (each state has different requirements) You must take and pass a certification exam (not always required, but always recommended) Obtain a business license (if you want to be self employed)
It can take several months to complete a locksmith training course. Some programs take as few as two months to complete, while others take four or more. On-the-job training can take additional months or years to complete. Apprenticeships typically last two to three years.
Typical costs: Online locksmith programs are a common training option and cost $400-$1,000, typically including a mailed tool kit and study materials. The course through Assured Locksmith Training[2] includes a training manual with step-by-step photos, instructional DVD, tool kit and key duplicator for $910.
To become a bonded locksmith, contact the licensing bureau in your state or local area. The Small Business Administration can also direct you to the correct agency. You can also become bonded through an insurance agency in your area in many states.
Pass a certification exam. To prove your automotive locksmithing competence, you must obtain the Certified Automotive Locksmith, or CAL, designation by passing a certification exam offered by the Associated Locksmiths of America trade association. Purchase the appropriate car locksmith tools.
Apply for an auto locksmith or locksmith license if required in your state or city. Some states, including Illinois and North Carolina, require that you pass an exam and pay an annual fee to become licensed to work as a locksmith. Some states and cities base their locksmith exams on ALOA certification exams.
You must be at least 18 years old. You must complete the required training or apprenticeship (each state has different requirements) You must take and pass a certification exam (not always required, but always recommended) Obtain a business license (if you want to be self employed)
It can take several months to complete a locksmith training course. Some programs take as few as two months to complete, while others take four or more. On-the-job training can take additional months or years to complete. Apprenticeships typically last two to three years.
Certification through the Associated Locksmiths of America[8] costs $60-$300 per exam. For example, to become a Certified Registered Locksmith, ALOA members pay $60 ($100 computer-based test) and non-members pay $215 ($300 computer-based test).
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