My father retired from general contracting about 30 years ago and took up locksmithing as a less physically demanding trade. Now 82 years old hes going into a nursing home and would like to will his tools and inventory to one of the grandchildren.
He took a Bellsaw course to get started but it occurs to me that folks here on the alt.locksmithing might have some recommendations for alternative correspondence schools. My youngest son finished in the top 5% of his HVAC classes but due to injuries is unable to perform all the tasks that the trade demands. Hes interested in the locksmithing option and would appreciate any advice on seeking a good starting point for his education.
By the way, he does have granddads past issues of American Locksmith going back about 20 years and finds them interesting reading.
Bob . . .