How to Become a Locksmith in British Columbia | Mr. Locksmith

How to Become a Locksmith in British Columbia | Mr. Locksmith

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In British Columbia (BC) to become a locksmith consists of two Government Agencies, the Industry Training Authority and the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor general, Security Programs Division.

The two Agencies have defined a person working in the Locksmith industry as follows:

“Locksmith” means a person who repairs, services and/or installs all types of keys, locks, access/egress control systems (mechanical or electrical) and builders of hardware in accordance with the provisions the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor general, Security Programs Division, Policing & Community Safety Branch, Private Investigators and Security Agencies Act.
http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/employment-business/business/security-services/security-industry-licensing

 

 

The Apprentice locksmith would register with the ITA as an Apprentice Locksmith.

http://www.itabc.ca/program/locksmith

Also, the Apprentice Locksmith would apply for their BC Government Employee License as a “Locksmith Under Supervision” with BC Security Industry Licensing.

Further information can be found online at http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/employment-business/business/security-services/security-industry-licensing/online-applications

Under British Columbia’s Security Services Act, businesses and individuals offering security services must hold a valid security licence issued by the Registrar of Security Services. Approved applicants are issued a licence that specifies the types of security services they may provide as well as special authorizations.

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In conclusion, in the Province of British Columbia, an Apprentice Locksmith must work two (2) years under the supervision of a Licenced Locksmith. Also, the Apprentice Locksmith must qualify and write the ITA Locksmith exam. The Locksmith Exam usually has 200 multi-choice questions. When the Apprentice Locksmith passess the ITA Locksmith exam they would be issued a Trade Qualification (TQ) as a Locksmith. The BC Locksmith TQ is recognized across Canada.

 

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