An introduction to door closers on Aluminium shop doors

22/10/2021 3:30 pm

Duration: 1.5 hour

Location: Ryton Suite

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Restricted To Trading Locksmiths Only. You may be requested to provide proof of this, if no proof is available your attendance on the course may not be possible.

£27.00 +VAT

9 in stock

Tutors

Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor started in the industry in the 1970’s and has always had a fascination for the combination lock and the lineage of the locks as they progressed from only being considered ‘secondary locks’ to being trusted to fully lock safes and vaults in banks. Chris has owned his own company in Manchester since 1989 and is a past National Chairman of the Association and currently is the Northern Region chairman. As well as being a current MLA teste, tutor and member of the training committee, Chris sits on various technical committees and has recently served on the N.O.S. working group helping to write the training standards for the industry.

Simon Griffiths

Simon Griffiths joined the locksmith industry in 1979 and set up Holdfast Security Systems in 1989 with two of his brothers.  Calling himself a “general locksmith” Simon is closely involved with the MLA in a number of capacities including being Northern Region Secretary and Editor of Keyways as well as a tutor on MLA courses.

Gary Eckersall

MLA President Gary Eckersall has been in the profession since leaving school at the age of 15yrs, serving an apprenticeship with HS Gillespie Locksmiths in Liverpool, he eventually bought the company and now runs 2 Locksmith businesses in Merseyside. Gary has been actively involved with the MLA for 20 years in various capacities including Chairman of the Association. Gary is also heavily involved with the Technical and Training Committees of the Association, as well as being an MLA tester, tutor and inspector, and helping to improve the training modules and exams which are constantly changing. Whenever given the opportunity he is happy to pass on his knowledge to the members and students of the Association to promote the skill level of its membership.