Physical security is essential for the wellbeing of our communities – the locksmithing industry must constantly evolve to meet this demand with new products, technology and methods.
Our courses in locksmithing and physical security will equip you with the skills to develop a career as a generalist locksmith, or specialise in areas such as alarms, automotive or safes.
More details: Guide to Apprenticeships at Melbourne Polytechnic
Our primary courses:
|Certificate II in Engineering Pathways - Locksmithing|
Crack the right combination and be part Melbourne Polytechnic’s renowned locksmithing teaching and training with the Certificate II in Engineering Pathways. Physical security is an important consideration for everyone and the locksmithing industry is constantly evolving to meet the demand for new products, new technology and new methods.
|Certificate III in Locksmithing - Apprenticeship|
Lock up a safe career in Locksmithing! Security is an increasingly important consideration for the community and the Locksmithing industry is constantly evolving to meet the demand for new products, new technology and new methods. Melbourne Polytechnic’s Certificate III in Locksmithing has been designed after extensive consultation with industry and is also offered to International students.
Develop your knowledge of:
- access control
- masterkey systems
- automotive locking systems
- operate handheld and power tools
- produce keys
- manual production welding
- heating and thermal cutting
- interpret technical drawing
- OH&S in the workplace.
Lock yourself into a secure career today!
Thank you to our sponsors:
- Atlas Steels Australia Pty Ltd
- Autodesk Australia Pty Ltd Locksmiths Supply Company
- WH Software
- Oates Welding Services
- Heidelberg Industrial Supplies
- BOC Gases Australia
- E & I Supplies
- PJ Williams & Associates Pty Ltd
- Australian Jewellers Supplies
- Twin Plaza Metals
- Statewide Locksmiths
- North East Industrial Supplies Pty Ltd
- MTI Qualos Pty Ltd
- K & P Dean Distributors
- KABA Australia
- Engineers Australia
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Last Modified: 30th November 2017