Locksmith Training Course Details

The MLA has been involved in training locksmiths since it’s inception so is well experienced in this field.  We run a number of locksmithing courses both technical and not technical and more information can be found on the menu to the left where specific courses have been highlighted.

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or call FREE on 0800 783 14 98

Our locksmith courses range from the very beginner with our general locksmithing courses to the more advanced UPVC course – All of our courses are residential meaning you stay on site.

  • Beginnners Locksmith Courses ( 1 day / 2 day & 5 day courses )

    Our 1 day, 2 day & 5 day beginner courses are for those new to the locksmithing industry, perfect for those wishing to pursue a career in Locksmithing.

  • Intermediate/Advanced Locksmith Courses ( half day / 1 day courses )

    We run 4 different half day and full day courses targeted at those wishing to take their locksmith skills to a higher level.

For those already in the locksmith industry looking for a more specific courses, wishing to add another service please see the below training that we have available, again these are residential courses.

  • UPVC course ( 1 day )

    our UPCV course is aimed at current locksmiths wishing to add this to their current services, all attendees will take away a manual containing detailed photos of different lock cases including internal mechanisms.

  • Safe Opening Course ( 2 day )

    Learn the art of safe opening from learning to open domestic and light safes to medium commercial safes


For information on Locksmithing as a career please see our 10 Locksmith Career Tips.

We also run training courses in locksmithing for the likes of the insurance industry – going over the various lock related standards etc.

For more information on courses please
Contact us
for a Free Course Pack
or call FREE on 0800 783 14 98

View our locksmith training course costs and dates on which the courses commence.

Locksmith Training Workshop

The training workshop at the MLA’s head office

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