To become a qualified locksmith, one must complete a locksmith apprenticeship. The off-the-job locksmith course/training associated with the apprenticeship is available through TAFE. Apprentices and trainees are contracted to an employer, usually for 1 to 4 years, during which the trainees gain skills.
Even though there are shortages of skilled locksmiths in some areas, the opportunity to gain entry through an apprenticeship is still limited.
An apprentice Locksmith is involved in a range of tasks, including evaluating security requirements; installing, adjusting, repairing and maintaining locks and related security equipment; making keys and changing lock combinations, generally working on residential, automotive, commercial and institutional locksets and door hardware.
Graduates of this course have a very high chance of finding employment. The security industry is large and diverse, and includes fields such as locksmithing, electronic access and automotive work. An opportunity to gain relevant local work experiences may even lead to PR.
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