(Newswire.net -- February 1, 2013) Essex, UK -- With an unfortunate recession pondering over the United Kingdom, more and more self-employed people are now choosing to seek a second profession. Many self-employed workers are now adamant that working one job, or focusing on one specific job role is not enough to pay the bills – especially considering the competition in some of the job markets.
One company in particular has noticed an increase in enquiries from people who are looking to choose a second career. This company is Matrix Locksmith Training Courses and they have been providing a comprehensive set of training modules to attendees. The courses have been designed to allow the students to become competent and professional locksmiths on completion of their training with Matrix.
Chris Economides, owner of Matrix Locksmith Training Courses said “We are seeing tradesman of all backgrounds attending our courses”. He continued by saying “The common theme seems to be that everybody needs to have a second income, or an extra string to their bow”.
The key difference between the locksmith market, and the plumbing market, for example, is that no products or technology can influence the demand and unexpected need for a locksmith. Cars, house doors, safes and plenty of other important aspects of a day-to-day life need a key. If that key is lost, or damaged, then the need of a local professional locksmith is required. Mr. Economides has become one of the most proficient locksmiths in the country, after dedicating his 19-year career to the industry. In the past, he has trained members of the police force, as well as self-employed business owners who want to explore new avenues.
Chris also commented “It was just last week that we had a fully trained professional solicitor on one of our courses. What does that tell you about the economy and the potential of being a locksmith!”
Matrix Locksmith Training Courses are available to anybody across the United Kingdom, and offer attendees the ability to truly enter the market with professional knowledge. To learn more about how to become a locksmith, visit their website here: http://www.locksmithcourses.co.uk/contact.html
Tel:0208 886 9290