Greetings,

This is a repost of a press release I received recently.

SecurityTechnicalInstitute.com (STI) has been approved for online training for locksmiths in Tennessee to meet continuing education and general education requirements administered by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance.

STI provides locksmiths an option for distance learning as they obtain and maintain occupational education requirements and continuing educational credits required by Tennessee’s locksmith regulations.

STI is equipped to provide a home-based training program combined with robust Internet technology to provide the locksmith accelerated training opportunities from the comfort of their home.

SecurityTechnicalInstitute.com is the original and leading provider of “blended learning” and online proficiency testing at a fraction of the cost of other programs. “We can provide repeatable content and online testing with instant results to clients worldwide,” Tom Lynch, director of operations, said.
STI’s program eliminates the need for locksmiths to travel long distances for training. “We believe the locksmith deserves an alternative that meets their needs,” Lynch said.

STI has approval from the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance for more than 40 course topics with 12 specific “core knowledge” topics designed to satisfy state locksmith requirements.

Locksmiths may challenge a course test under supervision and be awarded full credit if a passing score is achieved.  STI offers regional hands-on peer certification and works with local associations to support their educational goals.

Security Technical Institute.com is committed to helping the locksmiths succeed while providing a quality education and skills to survive.
“We offer an opportunity at an education that will last a lifetime, we don’t sell credit hours,” Lynch said.  “Locksmiths needed a solution, and STI provides it.”

Sincerely,

Thomas “Trapper” Sherwood
615 355-5886
www.sherwoodlocksmithing.com
TNLP # 0067

PS…Remember, if a locksmith is doing work in the state of Tennessee, he/she must be licensed. Ask to see a locksmith’s license before he/she performs any work for you.

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October 1st, 2014 at 4:38 pm

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