201: Basic Safe Drilling

$165.00

Instructor:
Clifford L. Shafer, CPS, CML

Date & Time:
Thursday, September 26, 2024 – 8 am to 5:00 pm

Cost per Student:
$165.00 thru August 23, 2024
$208.00 after August 23, 2024
NJ CEU’S: NJ Locksmiths will receive a 7.5 CEU certificate for their 2025 NJ State Locksmith License renewal. Students must bring their NJ State License to class to receive their CEUs.

Certificate: A GPLA certificate suitable for framing will be awarded to each student.

Class Description: This intensive hands-on, entry-level course will provide the students with a basic knowledge of the tools, theory and techniques used in forced openings of safes through discussion and hands-on training. Class will primarily focus on defeat of the lock, with some additional instruction on methods to defeat the container when necessary. Students who complete this class will be able to diagnose common safe lock-out causes and formulate and implement attack strategies to successfully open the safe. Students should bring a cordless drill or corded drill and extension cord, several sharp 3/16” and 1/4” drill bits, assorted hand tools including #2 Philips and slotted screwdrivers, ice pick, end or diagonal cutters, small vice grips, pen light, safety glasses, Shrum tool, hacksaw, small hammer and a center punch.

About the instructor:
Clifford L. Shafer, CPS, CML is part-owner of CLC Locksmiths in Cinnaminson, NJ and has been in the industry since 1978. He has taught X-07, X-08, X-09 and X-10 classes for Kaba-Mas (formerly Mas-Hamilton) across the USA and overseas, as well as other safe-related classes for various associations including ALOA, SAVTA and GPLA, and has had numerous articles published in various trade magazines. Cliff has served continuously in various offices for GPLA since 1988, including President and Convention Committee General Chairman, and is currently serving as Chairman of the
Board of Directors. He is a 3-time recipient of the Hermann C. Henssler, Jr. Memorial Award.

Start: 09/26/2024
From: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
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201: Basic Safe Drilling #1

$165.00

Description

Instructor:
Clifford L. Shafer, CPS, CML

Date & Time:
Thursday, September 26, 2024 – 8 am to 5:00 pm

Cost per Student:
$165.00 thru August 23, 2024
$208.00 after August 23, 2024
NJ CEU’S: NJ Locksmiths will receive a 7.5 CEU certificate for their 2025 NJ State Locksmith License renewal. Students must bring their NJ State License to class to receive their CEUs.

Certificate: A GPLA certificate suitable for framing will be awarded to each student.

Class Description: This intensive hands-on, entry-level course will provide the students with a basic knowledge of the tools, theory and techniques used in forced openings of safes through discussion and hands-on training. Class will primarily focus on defeat of the lock, with some additional instruction on methods to defeat the container when necessary. Students who complete this class will be able to diagnose common safe lock-out causes and formulate and implement attack strategies to successfully open the safe. Students should bring a cordless drill or corded drill and extension cord, several sharp 3/16” and 1/4” drill bits, assorted hand tools including #2 Philips and slotted screwdrivers, ice pick, end or diagonal cutters, small vice grips, pen light, safety glasses, Shrum tool, hacksaw, small hammer and a center punch.

About the instructor:
Clifford L. Shafer, CPS, CML is part-owner of CLC Locksmiths in Cinnaminson, NJ and has been in the industry since 1978. He has taught X-07, X-08, X-09 and X-10 classes for Kaba-Mas (formerly Mas-Hamilton) across the USA and overseas, as well as other safe-related classes for various associations including ALOA, SAVTA and GPLA, and has had numerous articles published in various trade magazines. Cliff has served continuously in various offices for GPLA since 1988, including President and Convention Committee General Chairman, and is currently serving as Chairman of the
Board of Directors. He is a 3-time recipient of the Hermann C. Henssler, Jr. Memorial Award.

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