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Education and Training Requirements

High School

No special educational requirements are needed to become a locksmith. Most employers prefer applicants who have graduated from high school. Helpful school classes include metal shop, mathematics, mechanical drawing, computers, physics, metalworking, physics, and electronics, if available. If you plan to own your own business, be sure to take classes in accounting, business, and computer science.  

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