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Question #23134 posted on 02/20/2006 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I have found a new aspiration - to be a locksmith. I have tried to find out information about training, licensing, etc., but have been rather unsuccessful. What do I need to do? By any chance, does BYU offer anything along these lines (I searched BYU's website but found nothing relevant). Thanks!



- The lonesome Scrumhalf

A: Dear Scrumhalf,

Well, there is a certification to be become a locksmith. Lots of correspondence education programs offer that certification.

BYU, however, does not. Your best best is to get hired on with BYU's locksmith shop. Talk to Lamar at 422-5421 and let him know you're interested.

-Rafe