Southwest Security Educational Seminar ’17

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Time Date Class Name
8:00am – 5:00pm October 3 (Tuesday) Beyond the Basics of Access Control Day 1
8:00am – 5:00pm October 3 (Tuesday) Basic Locksmithing
8:00am – 5:00pm October 3 (Tuesday) ADA – Life Safety Codes
8:00am – 12:00pm October 3 (Tuesday) BEST Interchangeable Cores and Combinating Workshop
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 3 (Tuesday) Keeping Door Hardware Compliant
8:00am – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Beyond the Basics of Access Control Day 2
8:00am – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Basic Master Keying
8:00am – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Automotive Lock Servicing
8:00am – 12:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) ADA: The Fundamentals
8:00am – 12:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Medeco XT Certification
8:00am – 12:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Hikvision Demonstration
8:00am – 12:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Basic Electricity & Electrified Hardware
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Wireless Facilities Lockdown
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Increase Profits with Proper Site Survey
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Introduction to Schlage Residential Locks
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 4 (Wednesday) Codes 101: ADA/NFPA
8:00am – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Safe Lock Servicing Troubleshooting
8:00am – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Automotive Transponders A to Z
8:00am – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Networx Gateway Connectivity with ArchiTech and DL Windows Software
8:00am – 12:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Exit Devices & Door Closers: Things You SHOULD Know How to Service, Install, and Adjust
8:00am – 12:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Basic Electronic Locking Low Voltage
8:00am – 12:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Medeco x4
8:00am – 12:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Servicing Exit Devices and Closers
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Cylindrical & Mortise Locks: Things You MUST Know How to Install & Service
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Advanced System Wiring and Troubleshooting
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Electro-Mechanical Hardware Installation and Retrofit
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 5 (Thursday) Commercial Electronics Class
8:00am – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Principles of Safe Manipulation
8:00am – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Automotive High Security and Remote Programming with STRATTEC Auto Service
8:00am – 12:00pm October 6 (Friday) School Security: CODE Compliant Classroom Door Locking Solutions
8:00am – 12:00pm October 6 (Friday) Adams Rite Applications and Upgrade to Electronic
8:00am – 12:00pm October 6 (Friday) How to Design and Win More Physical Electronic Security Job Bids with Solution Selling
8:00am – 12:00pm October 6 (Friday) Advanced Diagnostics Automotive
8:00am – 12:00pm October 6 (Friday) Employee Engagement 101
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) CDVI Simple Access Control
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Strike Application and Installation
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Opportunities for Delayed Egress and Automatic Door Solutions in the Long Term Care Market
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Electronic Access at the Door
1:00pm – 5:00pm October 6 (Friday) Coaching Employees to Work Their Potential

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

All Day Classes: 8AM-5PM

Beyond the Basics of Access Control Day 1
James Ashley, ALOA
This class picks up where the others leave off. About 70% of your time will be spent hands-on installing a variety of different access control panels, electric locks, and switches on sample walls in the classroom.  This class brings together three different instructors from different parts of the country to offer a wide range of perspectives and experience.  This class is NOT for true beginners! It requires an understanding of basic electricity and is geared for technicians that have installed some systems and want to take the next step in their career.  We will discuss the pros and cons of different equipment and how to select the best material for the application. This class will include the entire process from selecting hardware and pricing the job to how to bend the conduit and install the wire to meet codes, programming and documenting the system.  Be ready to install several different brands of equipment and come prepared with questions and ideas to share. Bring your laptop and a multimeter.  There is a $25 Lab Fee to offset costs of materials used.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Basic Locksmithing
Jerry Levine
This hands-on class covers the basic operations of pin tumbler, wafer, and wafer side bar locks. We discuss key operation, duplication, origination and key blank identification. We discuss key board set-up and part numbers. A list of the 100 most common key blanks is discusses. We will discuss key machine operation and best practices for adjustment, maintenance, and cutter care.

Different types of locks are discussed and serviced as time permits. Each participant will disassemble locks in order to remove the lock cylinders. We will disassemble locks with a key. We will shim locks open. Lock cylinders are then disassembled to recombinate the locks. We will decode the pin and wafer tumblers in the locks in order to originate keys.

Participants will practice key reading. Need chalk or white board.

Attendees need to bring a clamp-on table vise, small Phillips head and small straight slot screwdrivers, six inch long round file and flat file, locking pliers, dial calipers, and a magnifying glass.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

ADA – Life Safety Codes
Tom Demont, ALOA
This class is a must for the 21st century locksmith/security professional. The areas covered will include the new International Building Code, IBC 2006 Chapters 3, 4, 10 & 11. The National Fire Protection Association, NFPA 80-2007, NFPA 101-2006, Underwriters Laboratories product listings, and ADA Act  of 1990. Each student will leave with a clear understanding of how the building and fire codes work. Each student will receive a manual for a future reference guide.

$45.00 manual included in class fee.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Morning Class 8AM-12PM

BEST Interchangeable Cores and Combinating Workshop
Bob Karr, Stanley Security
This class is targeted to individuals responsible for servicing and maintaining Interchangeable Core Masterkey systems.

Upon completion of this course, students will:

  • Have an understanding of BEST Masterkey system hierarchies
  • Understand what goes into the developing a masterkey system
  • Be able to explain the use of key combinator and cutting BEST keys
  • Understand the intricacy of combinating BEST cores
  • Recognize the Importance of record keeping and key control
  • Perform basic troubleshooting
  • Suggest preventative maintenance

This program is suitable for architects, engineers, specifiers, owners, locksmiths, maintenance support members, and other design professionals serving the commercial and industrial market.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Afternoon Class 1PM-5PM

Keeping Door Hardware Compliant
Bob Karr, Stanley
Increasing your knowledge of CODE compliant hardware will give you confidence to make sound security decisions that are up to code and that keep building occupants safe and secure!

This class will cover Fire, Life Safety, and ADA codes to help the novice and veteran alike select the correct, code-approved products for the most commonly misapplied applications. Understand the Architectural Hardware Consultants process in creating a code compliant Door Hardware Specification 08 71 00. Learn to identify available industry resources, codes, and standards that affect door hardware, and recognize what opening components are required to comply with these codes.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.



Wednesday, October 4, 2017

All Day Classes 8AM-5PM

Beyond the Basics of Access Control Day 2
James Ashley, ALOA
This class picks up where the others leave off. About 70% of your time will be spent hands-on installing a variety of  different access control panels, electric locks, and switches on sample walls in the classroom.  This class brings together three different instructors from different parts of the country to offer a wide range of perspectives and experience.  This class is NOT for true beginners! It requires an understanding of basic electricity and is geared for technicians that have installed some systems and want to take the next step in their career.  We will discuss the pros and cons of different equipment and how to select the best material for the application. This class will include the entire process from selecting hardware and pricing the job to how to bend the conduit and install the wire to meet codes, programming and documenting the system.  Be ready to install several different brands of equipment and come prepared with questions and ideas to share. Bring your laptop and a multimeter. There is a $25 Lab Fee to offset costs of materials used.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Basic Master Keying
Jerry Levine
Understand the terminology and the principles of master keying, from a basic master and change key system to complex master keying systems. Learn how to choose the Absolute Master Key and gain the most number of change keys. Understand the procedure for setting up a master key system. Learn the MACS and how to identify “ghost master keys”. Learn how to maintain security while offering your customer’s convenience and controlled access. Understand how the Key Bitting Array determines the change keys and master keys. Learn how to read a bitting list and combinate master keyed lock cylinders. Learn how to decode a basic master key system. Each person will create several master key systems from a Level Two to a Level Four system. Need chalk or white board.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Automotive Lock Servicing
Tony Cagle, ALOA
Whether you are just beginning to delve into the automotive locksmith realm or looking to explore deeper into this most dynamic aspect of our profession, this course has been developed with you in mind.  Examples and description of key programmers, remote programmers various testers literature, technical manuals and resources as well as their strength and weaknesses.  The interactive portion of the class will focus on identification,  decoding, and organization of conventional keys and their related transponder systems.  You will understand and know how to address and resolve common and unusual key problems through interactive modules.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Morning Classes 8AM-12PM

ADA: The Fundamentals
Bob Karr, Stanley
Attendees will learn the basics of Accessibility requirements as they relate to the total opening. Learn to recognize what opening components need to be in compliance and how to provide those items for compliance. Upon completion of this class, participants will be able to understand why an owner or facility operator should comply with ADA, understand what the requirements are to be in compliance with ADA Standards, ICC/ ANSI A117.1 / ADAAG / ADA or locally adopted code requirements, identify what opening components need to be ADA compliant, and understand how to provide those items to be in compliance.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

Medeco XT Certification
Guy Robinson, ASSA ABLOY
The Medeco XT Certification is a four hour training class for those who want to become more familiar with Medeco’s eCylinder product line in general, and gain in-depth information on Medeco XT. The features and benefits of Medeco XT and the capabilities of this product will be covered.  System requirements, ordering and setup as well as basic software training are included for Medeco XT.

Product samples will be available for review.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Hikvision Demonstration
New product introduction and initial set-up! Come see live demos of Hikvisions Latest and Greatest.

Displayed will be our new Intercom system, access control, 4K cameras, thermal cameras and many more.

New Sales from existing customers: Learn how to set up a complete Hikvision system and integrate the new product into your existing systems.

 

Basic Electricity & Electrified Hardware
Scott Biltonen, Allegion
Do the terms amps, volts, and ohms sound foreign to you? Are you responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting electrified locking hardware, such as electric strikes and Von Duprin EL exit devices? If so, this course is for you! This class will de-mystify basic electrical concepts related to electrified door hardware and provide you with a systematic approach to perform basic troubleshooting steps and enable you to make simple repairs.

Topics include:

  • Fundamentals of electricity
  • The relationship of volts, amps and ohms to the operation of electrified locking hardware
  • Power supply considerations
  • Types and operation of common switches
  • Wire gauge requirements
  • Multi-meter use
  • Basic troubleshooting techniques

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the difference between AC & DC, as well as fail safe and fail secure devices
  • Calculate the total amperage rating needed for a power supply by analyzing all of the loads in a circuit
  • Use a multi-meter to check voltage, resistance, and continuity to perform basic troubleshooting steps
  • Connect a momentary push button, Von Duprin fail safe electric strike, and power supply
  • Utilize a chart to check wire gauge based on voltage, amperage, and distance between the load and power source

 

Afternoon Classes 1PM-5PM

Wireless Facilities Lockdown
Bob Karr, Stanley
Learn about a responsive lockdown solution- designed to make facilities secure in the event of an emergency.

Engineered by experts, SHELTER (a Wireless Lockdown Security Solution) is designed and manufactured by BEST—a company well known for stringent quality and reliable mechanical hardware. SHELTER is a unique combination of cost-effective, code-compliant mechanical hardware and proven technologies.

Developed with input from individuals who have experienced an active shooter or live lockdown situation, SHELTER offers an innovative set of features and functionality that can be customized to respond immediately in an emergency.

This is a wireless solution that provides cost-effective customization gives facilities- the operability of a high-end cloud-based responsive lockdown network, without the hefty expense. In an active shooter or violent incident, it’s critical to be able to quickly create safe spaces within the interior of a building. The straightforward, effortless press of a button can initiate a series of events that makes a facility safer and more responsive in emergency situations.

Learn more about a fast and easy lockdown of one door, hallways or entire buildings at this class.

 

Increase Profits with Proper Site Survey
Russ Anderson, ASSA ABLOY
This course covers the proper method of conducting a site survey to determine the best products for the opening while ensuring to meet the customer’s needs. Discussion covers power supply, locks, entry devices, and exit device selection.

Topics include:

  • Purpose of site survey
  • Codes and standards
  • Walk through techniques
  • Types of electric locking systems
  • Electronic locking system component selection
  • Brackets and accessories
  • System layout and hardware schedule tools
  • Q&A, common errors, tips, and techniques

Credits offered: ALOA #AATP-AA008 ESA #14-3902 0.2 credits

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Introduction to Schlage Residential Locks
Dana Minney, Ken Moreno, Allegion
This overview is designed for those new to the industry or new to Schlage residential locks. This presentation will provide participants with a basic understanding of the residential product portfolio and features and functions for both mechanical and electronic locks.

Topics Include:

  • B Series deadbolt features and functions
  • F Series door lock, selection, features and functions
  • J Series door lock selection, features and functions
  • Decorative collection
  • Residential electronic lock, selection, features and functions

Participants will learn:

  • Schlage lock series nomenclature
  • Basic product features and benefits
  • The difference between J series and F series locks
  • The difference between residential electronic locks

 

Codes 101: ADA/NFPA
Marc Schwartz, Jim St. Pierre, Allegion
Installing the correct hardware is important for the safety of individuals in every building. The ability to safely enter and exit a building with ease is critical to everyone. This class will review the following Codes and Laws:

  • IBC 2009 / IBC 2012 Building Codes
  • NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
  • NFPA 80 Fire Door Requirements
  • ADA Americans with Disabilities Act


Thursday, October 5, 2017

All Day Classes 8AM-5PM

Safe Lock Servicing Troubleshooting
Seth Blumberg
Stop turning down safe service calls and begin earning money immediately by doing safe work. Add the very profitable specialty of professional safe servicing to your full service locksmith’s offerings by building your confidence and ability. You will learn to recognize your limitations so you can make informed decisions regarding what safe work you can do and what work you should refer to a more experienced safe technician.

Most safe lockout service calls can be solved by using logical dialing techniques without the need to penetrate the container. The class will cover terminology, identification, combination changing, dialing diagnostics, and opening procedures such as manipulation, drilling, change keyhole scoping, etc.

Students will learn what technical information and tools are available so that you can make an informed decision about what tools to add and in what order. Learn about professional organizations for safe technicians and the networking possibilities that they provide. You will learn how to obtain GSA container work and how to access the DOD hotline, provided free to locksmiths by the DOD.

The information presented will be useful in preparing for PRP Section L- 24 & L-33 and ST PRP Section S-00.

Approved for 1 point towards the ALOA PRP recertification requirements

 

Automotive Transponders A to Z
Ed Woods
This class will cover transponder cloning, re-chipping, on-board programming, remote programming, and use of programming tools. Due to the vast amount of content, there will be no hands-on programming at the vehicle. We will discuss all major brands so this class will be helpful in deciding which equipment is needed for individual markets.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Networx Gateway Connectivity with ArchiTech and DL Windows Software
Andy Phelps, Alarm Lock
This class is hands on and will cover all aspects of DL Windows Software programming, including setting up a system with users, time zones, schedules, running an audit trail for the Networx products. We will also provide instructions for the proper installation of the ArchiTech locks and on using the ArchiTech locks in standalone mode and using the DL Windows Software. Use of programming cards in standalone mode and adding users at the lock. Remote release, single and four button, programming and passage button.

We will send/receive programming using our Laptops to Networx products. We will demonstrate the Networx – Global Emergency Commands to issue a “Lockdown” all locks within the system from the PC and/or from any lock within the system as if there was an emergency situation. The Global Emergency Commands can also be used to “Unlock” all locks within the system from the PC or any lock within the system.

**Attendee Requirements**

Note: Mandatory student bring their laptops to class, we will load software and you will follow along for step by step programming instructions The student’s laptops MUST be fully updated with all current Microsoft Windows OS and security updates prior to coming to the class.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Morning Classes 8AM-12PM

Exit Devices & Door Closers: Things You SHOULD Know How to Service, Install, and Adjust
Bob Karr, Stanley
This class is intended to familiarize the attendee with installing and maintaining Exit Devices and Door Closers. The training session will include review of codes relating to requirements and use, proper selection of hardware, hands-on experiences for applications, and options for adding features in the field.

Subjects to be covered include:

  • Overview of Exit Devices & Door Closer Product Types & Applications
  • Exit Devices and Door Closers Installation & Adjustment

Troubleshooting Exit Device and Door Closer Installations

 

Basic Electronic Locking Low Voltage
Russ Anderson, ASSA ABLOY
This entry-level course will teach participants basic electronic knowledge needed to wire an electronic locking system. The class provides a mix of instruction and hands-on exercises.

Topics include:

  • Key figures in electricity
  • Voltage, current, and resistance
  • Electronic circuits
  • AC & DC electricity
  • Switches and relays
  • Fail safe/fail secure lock wiring
  • Electronic components
  • Use of multi-meters

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements

 

Medeco x4
Guy Robinson, ASSA ABLOY
This four hour class covers the design and operation of Classic KeyMark and Medeco X4 products. Hands-on exercises include calculating an A2 pinning matrix, decoding a Medeco X4 key, and pinning a small format interchangeable core to the decoded key, control key, and master key. Other styles of interchangeable core cylinders to retrofit Corbin Russwin, Sargent, Schlage, and Yale are included with pinning instructions as well as cam locks and other types of cylinders.  A brief overview of Medeco eCylinders for SFIC applications is also covered.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Servicing Exit Devices and Closers
Scott Biltonen, Allegion
Life safety and exit hardware go hand in hand. Most facilities use some form of electrified exit hardware for access control, security, and accessibility. During this course, you will learn about:

  • Exit Device Terminology and Von Duprin Nomenclature
  • Panic and Fire Exits / New Concealed Vertical Cable System / New Quiet EL Device
  • Essential Components of an Exit Device
  • Outside Trim Options
  • Popular Electrified Exit Devices
  • Mechanical Door Closers / Maintenance and Adjustments
  • Conversions and Field Adjustments
  • Servicing Tips and Tricks

 

Afternoon Classes 1PM-5PM

Cylindrical & Mortise Locks: Things you MUST know how to Install & Service
Bob Karr, Stanley
This class is intended to familiarize the attendee with installing and maintaining Cylindrical Locks & Mortise Locks. The training session will include review of Grade 1 requirements relating to manufacturing and use, proper selection of hardware, hands-on experiences for applications and options for adding features in the field.

Subjects to be covered include:

  • Overview of Cylindrical & Mortise Product Types & Options
  • Lockset Functions & Applications
  • Mortise Locks Installation/Assembly
  • Troubleshooting Cylindrical & Mortise Locks

 

Advanced System Wiring and Troubleshooting
Russ Anderson, ASSA ABLOY
This course is for participants with previous basic electronic knowledge and use of a multimeter. Using a mix of instruction and hands-on exercises, it will cover advanced access control and system wiring techniques, installation, and product troubleshooting.

Topics include:

  • Creating wiring diagrams
  • Fire alarm interface
  • Fail safe lock system wiring
  • Fail secure lock system wiring
  • Basic system troubleshooting
  • Power supply troubleshooting
  • Magnetic lock and electric strike troubleshooting
  • Touch sense bar troubleshooting
  • Digital keypad troubleshooting
  • Basic access control systems troubleshooting

Prerequisite: Basic Electricity and Electronic Locking Low Voltage

Approved for 0.5 points towards the ALOA PRP recertification requirements

 

Electro-Mechanical Hardware Installation and Retrofit
Mark Ferraro, Command Access
Students enrolled in this course will learn how to install electrified hardware, adding value to your business and customers. Understanding the options for mortise and cylindrical locks, add switches and low power emitting devices for fail secure locks. They will learn how to field-install exit device latch pullback kits for several manufacturers’ devices. Instructors will teach how to transform existing mechanical hardware openings to an access control opening on the door. Gain the edge on your competition with electronic transfer hinges and loops, exit device e-trim, connect loads to power supplies, build circuits, use an electric meter and how-to-use molex solutions. Let us help you make your next electronic security solution quick, easy, economical and most importantly improved profits and end user satisfaction!

 

Commercial Electronics Class
Holly Christensen with CDVI, Jon Webb and Matt Linch with Allegion
This course is designed for owners, managers, sales representatives and/or techs responsible for getting into or growing your electronic security solutions business. Attendees will learn about complete scalable electronic security solutions from standalone to complete “on the door” network electronic solutions. We’ll discuss industry trends and how electronic security solutions grow with the ever advancing end user needs. Learn how to leverage a complete electronic array of product solutions – position your business to differentiate itself from competition and WIN!

Topics Include:

  • CO – basic standalone solutions
  • AD – standalone
  • Schlage  readers and credentials
  • AD-Network solutions
  • AD/CDVI integrated solution

 



Friday, October 6, 2017

All Day 8AM-5PM

Principles of Safe Manipulation
Seth Blumberg
Manipulation is the art of opening combination locks without prior knowledge or information about the present combination. It does not require the use of force or tools, does not cause damage to any part or component, and leaves no evidence of entry. Each student will learn when to manipulate and will understand how picking, reading, and impressioning are related to safe manipulation.

The class will also cover proper combination lock terminology. The student will become competent in dialing diagnostics and visualization of the internal workings of a combination lock. Students will understand the principles of manipulation, become familiar with manipulation aids, and gain confidence in manipulation.

The information presented will be useful in preparing for PRP Section L- 24 & L-33 and ST PRP Section S-00.

Approved for 1 point towards the ALOA PRP recertification requirements

 

Automotive High Security and Remote Programming with STRATTEC Auto Service
Ed Woods and Jeff Baker, Strattec
This class is for the locksmith interested in taking key generation to the next level. The Iocks in this class will be 2-track, 4-track, and Tibbe. We will be generating keys from scratch for GM, Ford, Mercedes, BMW, Honda, VW, Lexus, and Saab. Tools from Lishi, Determinator, A-1, and HPC will be used for this task.

In the afternoon, we will bring you up-to-date on vehicle platforms that STRATTEC services, including GM, Ford, and Chrysler LLC. The GM and Ford portions will include hands-on pinning of the new side mill ignitions and freewheeling door locks for both GM and Ford. Four to six total locks will be pinned and several decoded using tools. Lock and key technology updates will be covered, including current trends and future applications from the “Big 3.” We will review what is serviced by STRATTEC for the 2017-18 model year vehicles, as well as the STRATTEC online resources.

Prerequisite: This is not a beginner’s class. Students taking this class should have knowledge of basic three dimensional lock designs from either first-hand experience or from taking other automotive high security classes.

Approved for 1 point toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

Morning Classes 8AM-12PM

School Security: CODE Compliant Classroom Door Locking Solutions
Bob Karr, Stanley
There is an ever growing public concern for the safety of our schools. As a result, there are many products coming into the marketplace that do not meet the already established code requirements. In this presentation, we will take a look at what is available for security purposes that is code compliant and the concerns regarding those solutions that are not.

 

Adams Rite Applications and Upgrade to Electronic
Russ Anderson, ASSA ABLOY
This course covers the selection and upgrade of Adams Rite mechanical and electrified locking products. Participants will learn the variety of locking solutions for aluminum doors and have the hands-on opportunity to install mechanical and electrified locking and exit hardware.

Topics and hands-on exercises include:

  • The Adams Rite MS door prep
  • What fits into the Adams Rite MS prep
  • Deadbolts and deadlatches
  • Exit devices
  • Electric strikes
  • 1850 deadbolt installation
  • 4900 deadlatch and 4591 paddle installation
  • 4300 elatch and 4591 installation

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

How to Design and Win More Physical Electronic Security Job Bids with Solutions Selling
Robert Lovato, SDC
There are proven methods to ensuring that you not only win the job but also actually have your customer ask you to expand its scope based on how you present solutions, not just products, and interact with them. Did you know that by simply following the “rule of three’s” you will move your customer’s consideration of your bid strictly on price to preference for your approach because it demonstrates how vested you are in his or her job?

Designed for dealers, installers and integrators, this practical, hands-on business development module will ensure attendees are comfortable with the type of technology expertise required to successfully bid jobs and how to apply those technologies into the solutions they actually submit. Session attendees will review real project examples and the step-by-step, common sense process used to design, sell and win more bids.

After completing the session, attendees will be able to:

  • Easily identify and recommend the appropriate technology solutions for any job
  • Demonstrate to their customer that they are fully educated, understand and are invested in the project they are bidding on
  • Clearly communicate and inform their customer about the recommendation and its ramifications
  • Provide their customer with viable solution alternatives to ensure they win the job

 

Advanced Diagnostics Automotive
Tony Presidio, AD/Ilco
What are the features and benefits of Advanced Diagnostics product lines and what can it do for you?  Review steps and navigation of each Website. Review technical support updates and some hands-on demonstrations.

  • TCODE & MVP PRO review.
  • Kaba-Ilco latest key cutting technology
  • Kaba-Ilco latest transponder keys and cloning capabilities
  • Smart Dongle review and demonstration.
  • Programming Software review.
  • Customer Equipment review and updates performed.
  • Hands–On Programming Demonstrations.
  • Open discussion.

Class materials: Students should bring Advanced Diagnostic equipment if possible.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Employee Engagement 101
Chitpasong (Chip) Vazquez, Vivere Leadership
Explore ways to establish cultural competitive advantages leaders can provide employee to promote action enrollment in the workplace.

Afternoon Classes 1PM-5PM

CDVI Simple Access Control
Holly Christensen, CDVI
Finally! Access Control from a Web Browser. No longer be afraid of putting electronic devices at the door. Let CDVI show you how easy it is to put an electronic access control system together and how you can start earning new revenue today! This is a hands on course! Bring your phone, tablet, and/or PC computer.

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Strike Application and Installation
Russ Anderson, ASSA ABLOY
Don’t avoid electromechanical installations any longer! Take this class to learn how easy it is to minimize installation time and maximize your profits.

Students will be shown the easiest techniques for cutting and installing an electric strike into a hollow metal door frame. Cutting tool selection and use of the HES metal template kit is demonstrated. Students will be allowed to individually measure and cut in a strike.

Topics and hands-on exercises include:

  • Electric strike application and selection
  • Frame and door types
  • Fail safe to fail secure conversion of HES strikes
  • 12 to 24 volt strike conversion
  • Using the HES catalog
  • Installation techniques
  • Safety
  • Hands-on installation of electric strikes

Approved for 0.5 points toward the ALOA PRP recertification requirements.

 

Opportunities for Delayed Egress and Automatic Door Solutions in the Long Term Care Market
Robert Lovato, SDC
Americans are living longer and the population of people age 65 and older (40.2 million in the U.S. today) are already providing incredible opportunities to expand the number of Long Term Care (LTC) facilities to serve them. LTC Facilities present unique security issues different from traditional hospital and health care facility security requirements. Patients/residents in LTC facilities are more at risk to harm from their own actions like wandering, confusion and disorientation, from outsiders taking advantage of their frail and weakened conditions, or from their own aggressive behaviors. Extra care, attention and security is required.

Delayed egress solutions designed to allow patients freedom of movement while preventing them from leaving the safety and protection of the facility are particularly effective. This practical, hands-on module will ensure attendees are comfortable with the types of delayed egress technologies available and how to apply those technologies into solutions that meet Fire and Life Safety considerations and code requirements specific to the LTC market.

In addition, low-energy, swinging door operators provide convenient, hands-free, low-power point of entry door control to help meet all US and Canadian ADA requirements for door installations in a variety of locations, including LTC facilities. This session also provides market trends for automatic doors, features that are driving the trends, some basic information specific to low-energy swinging doors, and application examples for LTC facilities.

Session attendees will review specific delayed egress and automatic door product solutions for LTC facilities and acquire a common sense process to apply them.

After completing the session, attendees will be able to:

  • Easily identify and recommend the appropriate delayed egress technology and low-energy automatic door solutions for any LTC job
  • Demonstrate confidence in the ADA compliance and ANSI standards that govern the application of low-energy automatic door openers
  • Understand and select the supporting products and accessories required to provide a complete delayed egress or low-energy automatic door solution
  • Feel confident they are meeting Fire and Life Safety and ADA compliance requirements for the LTC facility
  • Understand how to save time and money when installing delayed egress and automatic door solutions for maximum profitability and reduced call-backs

Electronic Access at the Door
Peter Lowenstein, RCI
Join us to experience complete electronic access control at the door, firsthand!  We will be discussing different electrification options for the door, including electromechanical products, stand-alone and wireless solutions, including software interface.  There will be various demonstrations of different technologies for this application, including explanation of a MESH network, gateways/hubs and how it ties back to the access control software.  Please join us for an interactive session!

Coaching Employees to Work Their Potential
Chitpasong (Chip) Vazquez, Vivere Leadership
Provide guided dialogue for leaders to coach employee in solving their own problems. This simple seven question format can be implemented in all your leadership roles. This coaching can encourage individuals to work at the highest potential and proactively solve their problems.

 

 

 

Training Details

2017 SoCal Class List

Based on class attendance, class times may run shorter or longer than the published end time. Anyone NOT checked in for a class within 15 minutes of the start time may lose their space! No shows and cancellations after September 22nd will be charged the entire class fee.


Lunch
Tickets will be provided for all day classes that run from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and for attendees who purchase two half-day classes on the same day.


Coffee Breaks
Will be provided from 10-11am and from 2:30-3:30pm daily Tuesday – Friday.


Questions? Contact Michelle.
858.974.5210
michelle.lee@clarksecurity.com

 

Please note: Although snacks, appetizers and a raffle will be offered at or following most trainings and the Product Showcase, due to Federal law and CLARK’s internal policies, we are unable to provide these items to government personnel who will be in attendance. Please plan accordingly.

 

***Classes are subject to change***