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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
20th September 2017 Issue no. 378

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Expand your business into safe opening

* Hickleys-training.jpgAt the Hickleys training academy we offer high quality training on all types of Domestic, commercial and Auto locksmithing skills, our trainers are active locksmiths ensuring their knowledge and skills are current and cutting edge, being technical leaders in their chosen subject you will receive the best possible training and be able to put your new skills to work straight away.

One of the opportunities available is to extend your business profile and skill level is Safe opening which will add additional income in a niche market with a small set up cost. By attending our 5 day Safe opening course we aim to provide you with the solid grounding you need to start and run your Safe locksmith business correctly from day one.

The course offers intensive training over a 5 day period with a maximum of 5 students per course. The course is 90% practical to ensure you know how to put the theory into practice. Upon completion of the course you will have the ability to start practicing as a knowledgeable Safe locksmith and have an in-depth ability to work on the locks trained on. You will also receive a detailed instruction manual and training certificate.

There are only two 5 day Safe opening courses planned in our busy schedule for 2016 and as the courses are restricted to 5 delegates there are limited places available.

The next courses start dates are-: Monday August 22nd A few places still left
Monday October 10th Limited places available

To see more information visit our website www.hickleystrainingacademy.com or give us a call on 01823 328604

3rd August 2016




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