2018 McDonald Dash Tradeshow and Education

Memphis, Tennessee
Friday, October 12, 2018
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Licensed Locksmith
Friday October 12th  

Full Day Classes - Friday  

F1 - Safe Servicing Opening and Repair - Day 1 (15 remaining)  (details)
Safe Servicing, Opening and Repair - Day 1// 8 Hours // Ken Foo // $ 25 Show Credit
This class is for the locksmith that wants to enter the lucrative field of safe work.  This class allows you to understand what you need in tools, equipment and  database to open fire and B rated safes. For the experienced SafeTech that want to be prepared to open more higher end  safes in the field you will be shown advanced techniques to add to your bag of tricks.  You will be given the blueprint to handle a safe job with the proper tools, equipment and  information  by a Tier One SafeTech. Various locked out safes will be in this class and a  demonstration, with some class participation is offered to open, repair and discuss techniques.   Drilled locks from my jobs are present to let you see the techniques we are teaching. To open any safe, the technician has to have an understanding of the workings of the safe and it’s proper operating sequences.  Is the combo lost, lock bolts won’t retract, jammed internal boltwork, is the external relocker fired?  These questions will be answered using the “blackbox theory” to allow to target the cause of the lockout, eliminating additional time and drill bits or worst, destroying the safe. With a solid understanding of how a safe is designed, you will be able to choose the technique to open and repair that safe for pure profit.  Electronic locks are included to determine the cause of these lockouts and how to defeat.

Saturday's Class is an in depth continuation of this class.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: McDonald Dash Locksmith Supply
  • $375.00 (Standard)
  • $350.00 (Early)

F2 - Hands on Original Lishi (0 remaining)  (details)
Hands on Original Lishi // 8 Hours // Chris Law // $25 Show Credit
Automotive lock picking and decoding with Original LISHI tools. Students learn how to properly use the tools to unlock doors and generate new keys in the field. Standard and high security locks are covered.

Same as Saturday's Class.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 1
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

F3 - Safe Work for Dummies (23 remaining)  (details)
Safe Work for Dummies // 8 Hrs Credit // Harry Sher // $25 Show Credit
This class is designed for the locksmith who turns down safe service calls. The major learning objective is to add the very profitable specialty of professional safe servicing to the full service locksmith’s offerings and to build the locksmith’s confidence and ability. Many safe lockout service calls (perhaps half) simply require the correct dialing sequence and as many as 90% do not require container penetration. A book covering these procedures will be provided to each student. The class will cover terminology, identification, combination changing, dialing diagnostics and opening procedures such as manipulation, drilling, change keyhole scoping, etc. This class is not designed for the expert safe technician nor will it make you an expert. It will enable you to start learning and to begin earning money immediately doing safe work. It will help you recognize your limitations, so you will feel confident with the work that you do and the work that you refer. 

The student will learn what technical information and tools are available and you will be able to make an informed decision as to what tools to add to your arsenal and in what order. The student will learn about professional organizations for and how to network with, other safe technicians. The student will learn how to secure GSA container work and how to access the hot line, provided free to the locksmith by the US Government.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 2
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

F4 - Beginners Soldering and EEPROM (12 remaining)  (details)
Beginners Soldering and EEPROM // 8 Hours // Stacy Hetchler // $25 Show Credit
The class will begin with simple in circuit examples of reading EEPROMs. It will then move on to removing EEPROMs from the circuit, reading them with multiple pieces of equipment and then modifying the data. The latest available equipment will be used to produce a transponder that will ultimately be able to start vehicles including water recreational vehicles and motorcycles. With the manufacturers increasing security and the increase in diagnostic equipment costs and fees to use said equipment, EEPROM work may be the last hope to produce keys for cars in the future.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 3
  • $310.00 (Standard)
  • $295.00 (Early)

F5 - Transponders A to Z (7 remaining)  (details)
Transponders A to Z // 8 Hours // Ed Woods // $25 Show Credit
This class will cover On Board Programming, Cloning, Multi Vehicle Programmers, as well as some dedicated programmers for automotive transponders and remotes. The instructor will also present an overview and discuss the latest tools and equipment for the foreign and domestic electronic automotive security market. Tools, blanks, and techniques are changing at an astounding rate, so the instructor will provide the students with the latest information available. Due to the vast amount of information presented in this class that changes constantly, there will not be any hands on programming of vehicles for this class. Prerequisite: Basic automotive Locksmithing knowledge including making mechanical automotive first keys.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 4
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

F7 - Hardware 101 (27 remaining)  (details)
Hardware 101 // 8 Hrs Credit // Guy Robinson // $10 Show Credit
A beginner level class where the learning objectives are:
  • Understand architectural finishes
  • Understand options for hanging a door
  • Learn ways of securing a door
  • Understand the importance of controlling a door
  • Understand how to protect a door
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 6
  • $130.00 (Standard)
  • $115.00 (Early)

Half Day Classes - Friday  

F8 - Basic Electricity & Advanced Wiring Combo (20 remaining)  (details)
Basic Electricity & Advanced Wiring Combo // 4 Hours // Rodger Schmidt // $10 Show Credit
This course is designed for participants with previous basic electronic knowledge and use of a multi meter. Discussions and Hands-on training in this course are usage with circuits, switches and locks. The class includes instructional and hands-on exercises covering the following subjects:
  • Voltage, Amperage and Resistance
  • Different types of Switches, Circuits and Electronic Locks – testing devices
  • How to Use a Multi-meter for troubleshooting
  • Hands-on testing with Multi-meter – voltage, amperage and resistance
  • Advancing wiring with Smart Devices and testing with multi-meters – keypads and timers
  • Basic troubleshooting skills for circuits and devices
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 7
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

F9 - Level 3 Electric – Circuits Diagrams and Power Supplies (17 remaining)  (details)
Level 3 Electric – Circuits, Diagrams and Power Supplies // 4 Hours // Rodger Schmidt // $10 Show Credit
This course is designed for participants who have previous basic and advanced wiring electronic knowledge and use of a multi-meter. Topics to be covered in this course are: basic understanding of the power supply and setting up the electric circuit using a load calculator, creating an Operations Narrative in conjunction with a wiring diagram, setting up advanced wired systems and product troubleshooting.

The class includes instructional and hands-on exercises covering the following subjects:
  • Power Supply Circuits
  • Load Calculator
  • Operational Narrative
  • Creating Wiring Diagram
  • Review of Voltage, Amperage and Resistance with a multi-meter
  • Series vs. Parallel Wiring
  • DK-26 and AQD6 Power Supply
  • Magnetic locks and electric strike setup and wiring
  • Team layout and wire a operational Man-Trap
  • Basic access control systems troubleshooting
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 7
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

F10 - Automotive Update (17 remaining)  (details)
Automotive Update // 4 Hours // Jeff Baker
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 total locks will be pinned. Technology changes regarding locks and keys will be covered including current trends and future applications from the “Big 3”. You will also be updated specifically on what is serviced by STRATTEC for new model year vehicles. STRATTEC online resources will also be covered.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 8
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

F11 - VVDI / Mercedes (20 remaining)  (details)
VVDI / Mercedes // 4 Hrs Credit // Sean Preuss // $10 Show Credit
This class will offer an introduction to key generation and diagnosing for Mercedes-Benz up to 2008. We will discuss the post 2009 BGA system and its challenges and differences. We will demonstrate the use of the MBE and VVDI MB programmers, along with the accompanying MCU reading equipment. You will leave knowing what an ESL and EIS are. You will also learn how to rejuvenate used keys and how to diagnose failures.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 8
  • $165.00 (Standard)
  • $150.00 (Early)

F12 - Master Keying (18 remaining)  (details)
Master Keying // 4 Hours // Marty Jalove //
This class covers key symbols, key system planning, preparing keying schematics and schedules, combinatorial analysis, and progression. After establishing a foundation in key symbols and the key system planning process, students learn to progress two-level system from a key bitting array. Students select top master keys, manage MACS loss, and prepare master key records in both list and matrix format. Day one also covers security issues in master keying including key systems decoding and keeping keys from operating where they shouldn’t.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 9
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

F13 - Low Energy Operators, Exit Devices and Exit Alarms (10 remaining)  (details)
Low Energy Operators, Exit Devices and Exit Alarms // 4 Hrs Credit // Detex - Scott Peck 

This informative course will cover:

   • When and where to specify.
   • Understanding requirements of the application.
   • What products to use that will give the best value and provide a correct and complete installation.
   • What will be needed for the designated installation location: Recognition of possible installation problems and what will be needed to overcome these problems.
   • Programming and operation of the operator.
   • The installation and usage of all other support equipment that may be required such as electrified panic hardware, wireless push button, etc.

Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 9
  • $95.00 (Standard)
  • $80.00 (Early)

F14 - Storefront Door Servicing (7 remaining)  (details)
Storefront Door Servicing // 4 Hrs Credit // Steve Goldstein
Will be discussing offset vs. center hung doors, adjusting & replacing door closers, raising the door, repairing a sagging door, hiding old holes, blank-out kits, replacing pivots, servicing common aluminum door exit devices. Three ways to effect arm adjustment on Jackson overhead concealed closers, replacing the arm, ways of adjusting the arm, slotted screw that holds the door in place in relationship to the arm, screw in back at edge of door and side screws. Steve recommends purchasing Jake Jakubuwski’s books “Aluminum Stile Door Service and Repair” and “Hollow metal door servicing” as he will be referring to his books in his class.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 10
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

F15 - Diagnostic Box - Programming (15 remaining)  (details)
Diagnostic Box - Programming // 4 Hrs Credit // Tom Tusing 
The Diagnostic Box will cover the tools used to diagnose the major elements in the vehicles security system. Testing the transponder keys, ignition transceivers, prox systems, RF signals, key programming and more. This class will give the locksmith the skills to diagnose their customers vehicle with more knowledge than they had before. The automotive locksmith will be prepared to handle the different scenarios that at times prohibit key or prox programming.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 10
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

F16 - Medeco X4 Certification (30 remaining)  (details)
Medeco X4 Certification // 4 Hrs Credit // Anthony Green
This class covers the design and operation of KeyMark technologies, including Medeco KM 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. Pinning of non-interchangeable core Medeco X4 cylinders such as cam locks or rim cylinders is also covered.
Add to calendarFriday, October 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: McDonald Dash Locksmith Supply
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

Saturday October 13  

Full Day Classes - Saturday  

S1 - Safe Servicing Opening and Repair - Day 2 (19 remaining)  (details)
Safe Servicing, Opening and Repair - Day 2 // 8 Hours // Ken Foo // $25 Show Credit
This class is for the locksmith that wants to enter the lucrative field of safe work.  This class allows you to understand what you need in tools, equipment and  database to open fire and B rated safes. For the experienced SafeTech that want to be prepared to open more higher end  safes in the field you will be shown advanced techniques to add to your bag of tricks.  You will be given the blueprint to handle a safe job with the proper tools, equipment and  information  by a Tier One SafeTech. Various locked out safes will be in this class and a  demonstration, with some class participation is offered to open, repair and discuss techniques.   Drilled locks from my jobs are present to let you see the techniques we are teaching. To open any safe, the technician has to have an understanding of the workings of the safe and it’s proper operating sequences.  Is the combo lost, lock bolts won’t retract, jammed internal boltwork, is the external relocker fired?  These questions will be answered using the “blackbox theory” to allow to target the cause of the lockout, eliminating additional time and drill bits or worst, destroying the safe. With a solid understanding of how a safe is designed, you will be able to choose the technique to open and repair that safe for pure profit.  Electronic locks are included to determine the cause of these lockouts and how to defeat.

Day 2 will be a more in depth hands on continuation of the material covered the previous day. We will start with short review, making it possible for someone to take the second as a stand alone class. In addition to material covered on Day 1 we will also explore side scoping techniques and discuss dialing diagnostics.

Friday's Class is not required to take this class.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: McDonald Dash Locksmith Supply
  • $375.00 (Standard)
  • $350.00 (Early)

S2 - Hands on Original Lishi (14 remaining)  (details)
Hands on Original Lishi // 8 Hours // Chris Law // $25 Show Credit
Automotive lock picking and decoding with Original LISHI tools. Students learn how to properly use the tools to unlock doors and generate new keys in the field. Standard and high security locks are covered.

Same Class as Friday
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 1
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

S3 - Safe Lock Manipulation (17 remaining)  (details)
Safe Lock Manipulation // 8 Hrs Credit // Harry Sher // $25 Show Credit
“Principles of Safe Manipulation” - MANIPULATION is the art of opening combination locks, without prior knowledge or information as to the present combination, 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 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.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 2
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

S4 - Automotive Tips and Tricks (9 remaining)  (details)
Automotive tips and Tricks // 8 Hrs Credit // Stacy Hetchler // $25 Show Credit
Participants will be shown various Tips and Tricks that will most certainly be of interest to the automotive locksmith. Including tips for generating lost keys, opening locked vehicles, picking automotive locks including high security and so much more.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 3
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

S5 - Modern Automotive Key Generation (7 remaining)  (details)
Modern Automotive Key Generation // 8 Hrs Credit // Ed Woods // $25 Show Credit
This class is for the student who is in need of knowledge on making the keys that they will be programming with transponder equipment. Yes, the code services are great when they are available, but knowing how to make the keys almost as fast as they can reply is the best, and knowledge is power. The instructor generates from scratch 99.5% of all the keys he makes so he will be sharing his knowledge of tool and tips on how to make these keys all the time. In the afternoon session locks and tools will be provided to practice the methods taught. In addition there will be a discussion on repairing the most common auto lock failures.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 4
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

S16 - Locksmith 101 (4 remaining)  (details)
Locksmith 101 // 8 Hrs Credit // Mike Leeper // $25 Show Credit
The student will be introduced to basic tools, cylinder types and strong focus on identifying different types and manufacturers as well as industry terminology.  Will teach servicing tips and rekeying tips of many types of locks. Strong discussions on all facets of locksmithing and Q & A time. The student will also be introduced to the basics of the trade and learn the proper use of basic locksmith tools, different types of machines, and installation discussions of many different styles of hardware.  We will discuss Life Safety, Ethics, Codes and common practices of the trade.  By the end of the course the student should be able to Identify, disassemble,service, rekey and master-key many residential and commercial locksets, have a strong understanding of choosing the right lock for a door, and many of the laws allowing types of hardware to be used.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 10
  • $210.00 (Standard)
  • $195.00 (Early)

Half Day Classes - Saturday  

S6 - Hands On – Alarm Lock Trilogy installation & repair (6 remaining)  (details)
Hands On – Alarm Lock Trilogy installation & repair
// 4 Hrs Credit // Andy Phelps

This class is designed for technicians of all levels. We will cover the proper installation techniques and some tricks for an easier installation. We will demonstrate how to repair the Alarm Lock Trilogy mortise and cylindrical locks. Discussion will include determining what parts are replaceable, how to correctly remove and replace those parts, and tips on how to make the repair process easier. Also covered will be the T2 and T3 Trilogy lock basic keypad programming commands, and some of the more complex commands of the T3 locks. Parts of this class are hands on, and will cover all aspects of DL Windows Software programming, including setting up a system with users, time zones, schedules and running an audit trail for Networx products. The student will use their laptop to send/receive programming to Networx products. We will demonstrate the Networx - Global Emergency feature to issue a “Lockdown” command to all locks within the system from the PC and/or from any lock within the system, as if there was an emergency situation.

It is mandatory that students bring their laptops to class. We will upload software and follow step-by-step programming instructions. The student’s laptop MUST be fully updated with all current Windows OS and security updates prior to coming to this class.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 5
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

S7 - Alarm Lock – SAVI Certification (9 remaining)  (details)
Alarm Lock – SAVI Certification // 2 Hrs Credit // Andy Phelps

This class will provide the student with the knowledge to conduct a non-product specific SAVI, School Access-control Vulnerability Index, review of a school to show the presence, or lack thereof, of systems and structures aimed at limiting an active shooter from gaining access.


The student will be shown how to properly conduct a site survey and what to look for during the survey. Items on the index will be broken down into the 3 main areas for review, Exterior protection, Interior protection and Interior locking.


At the conclusion of the course, the student will be certified to conduct a SAVI report and will be awarded a certificate of completion.

Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 5
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

S8 - Access Control workshop (0 remaining)  (details)
Access Control Workshop
// 4 Hrs Credit // Guy Robinson // $10 Show Credit

This Course is designed to educate the participants in the basics of electronic access control. This is a beginner's level course covering the following subjects:

  • Card formats
  • Reader Types
  • Access control Panels
  • Access control Software
  • Credentials
  • Cabling
  • Power Supplies
  • Door Monitoring and Signaling
  • Request to Exit
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 6
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

S9 - Storefront Door Mechanical to Electronic Upgrade (0 remaining)  (details)
Storefront Door Mechanical to Electronic Upgrade
// 4 Hrs Credit // Guy Robinson // $10 Show Credit

This Course covers the selection and upgrade of mechanical products to electrified locking products. Participants will cover the variety of locking solutions for aluminum doors, along with hands on exercises covering the following subjects:
  • AdamsRite MS Door Prep
  • What fits into the AdamsRite MS prep Cams
  • Deadbolts and Deadlatches
  • 8000 Series Exit Devices
  • AdamsRite Electronic Strikes
  • 4300EL Electrified Deadlatch
  • "Steelhawk" 1850 deadboolt installation
  • 49000 deadlatch & 4591 paddle installation
  • 4300 elatch & 4591 installation
  • Hands-On Installation
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 6
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

S10 - Codes and Site Survey (10 remaining)  (details)
Codes and Site survey // 4 Hrs Credit // Roger Schmidt
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 as well as the basic NFPA standards requiring annual fire and egress doors inspections, types of fire door assemblies, tragic events in history, applicable codes to fire doors, field inspection requirements, labeling requirements-anatomy of a label, door and frame standards, and signs.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 7
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

S11 - Focus on Profits (17 remaining)  (details)
Focus on Profits // 4 Hrs Credit // Dan Floeck
Focus on Profits: A presentation on running a profitable business covering the following topics: a) Your operational costs and earnings as a day to day. b) Making the money you know you’re worth each day. c) Your presentation, connecting with your customer to increase your sale closing. d) The WOW Factor. e) Best Practices. 
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 7
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

S12 - Advanced Diagnostics (21 remaining)  (details)
Advanced Diagnostics // 4 Hrs Credit // Tony Presidio
A presentation on the features and benefits of Kaba Ilco & Advanced Diagnostics Products and what they can do for you. The class achieves this through a hands-on and lecture review on products and resources related to both product lines including the new SmartPro system.

Special Notes: Customers are encouraged to bring their Advanced Diagnostic Equipment for review if possible.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 8
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

S13 - Best Combinating (12 remaining)  (details)
Best Combinating 
// 4 Hrs Credit // Bob Carr
 

Class description Coming Soon
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 8
  • $80.00 (Standard)
  • $65.00 (Early)

S14 - Locksmith Marketing and Social Media for Beginners (10 remaining)  (details)
Locksmith Internet Marketing &Social Media for Beginners // 8 Hrs Credit // Wayne Winton // $10 Show Credit
Social Media Marketing is an opportunity for businesses to interact with customers or potentional customers online in an almost instant form. Long gone are the days where everyone gathers around the TV for a family show or listens to the local radio- or heck, even reads the newspaper. Everything is individualized and personalized and the blanket marketing idea simply does not work anymore.

Using several platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, Google+, Yelp, Instagram, and Twitter, you will be able to make potential customers aware of you and your company through a real live connection with not just you as a security professional, but you as a person.

This two part course covers the entire spectrum of experience. The beginner course is aimed at those who are new to social media and may not even have accounts yet. The intermediate course will cover very advanced features and show how to really build a sharp power account that will outshine the competition.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 9
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

S15 - Locksmith Marketing and Social Media for Intermediates (10 remaining)  (details)
Locksmith Internet Marketing and Social Media for Intermediates // 8 Hrs Credit // Wayne Winton // $10 Show Credit
Social Media Marketing is an opportunity for businesses to interact with customers or potentional customers online in an almost instant form. Long gone are the days where everyone gathers around the TV for a family show or listens to the local radio- or heck, even reads the newspaper. Everything is individualized and personalized and the blanket marketing idea simply does not work anymore.

Using several platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, Google+, Yelp, Instagram, and Twitter, you will be able to make potential customers aware of you and your company through a real live connection with not just you as a security professional, but you as a person.

This two part course covers the entire spectrum of experience. The beginner course is aimed at those who are new to social media and may not even have accounts yet. The intermediate course will cover very advanced features and show how to really build a sharp power account that will outshine the competition.
Add to calendarSaturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)
Location: Crowne Plaza 9
  • $110.00 (Standard)
  • $95.00 (Early)

 

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