Ambassadorial Services
Teaches students how to best provide excellent customer service in public settings as security officers. Focus on facilities that require constant public contact such as hotels, malls, office buildings, high rise buildings.

Annual Refresher Course
Review security officer responsibilities, legal authority, traits necessary for success. Review current industry issues and trends.

BSOT (Basic security officer training) – Basic
Primary course for learning how to perform security officer duties. Topics covered: day to day duties, legal authority, weapons of mass destruction, ethics, public relations, report writing, communications, chemical weapons, legal liabilities, CPR, officer safety and management of aggressive behavior (MOAB).

  • Certification: CPR, chemical weapons, introductory MOAB

BSOT – Intermediate
Builds on basic course and provides advanced training for officers. Topics covered: use of force, arrest procedures, de-escalation techniques, employer relations, physical fitness, reporting techniques, baton techniques for self-defense.

  • Certifications: Baton

BSOT – Advanced
Cover use of deadly force in self-defense, patrol techniques, tactical movement, patrol vehicle operation, electronic control device usage (taser), first aid/CPR and AED usage, advanced report writing, client satisfaction, roll play scenario evaluations.

  • Certifications: CPR/AED/First Aid, electronic control device

California Guard Card
State specific course that meets minimum state standards to receive a guard card in California. Three module classes and 40 hours will be required to receive a guard card.

  • CA Guard Card Module I
    8 hour security basics course, included in the Basic Security Officer (BSOT) course.
  • CA Guard Card Module II
    16 hour course, covers public relations, basic report writing, communications, chemical weapons.
  • CA Guard Card Module III
    16 hour course, covers liability & legal aspects, CPR/first aid certification, officer safety, management of aggressive behavior (MOAB)

Club/Bar Restaurant Officer
Prepares students to work as security officers in environments where alcohol is served. Instruction on alcohol awareness and dealing with impaired individuals/groups.

Club/Bar/Restaurant Doorman
Prepares students to work as doormen for clubs, bars or restaurants. Covers detailed reviewing of valid ID forms from all 50 states.

Chemical Weapons
Learn how to safely carry and use chemical weapons, such as mace and pepper spray.

  • Certification: Chemical weapons

CPR/First Aid/AED
Red Cross approved course teaching how to perform CPR, use an AED and provide basic firs aid.

  • Certification: Red Cross

De-escalation of Aggressive Behavior and Use of Force/MOAB
Teaches students how to handle situations involving aggressive individuals/groups. Course covers use of force, management of aggressive behavior and physical skills needed to control aggressive behavior when necessary.

Defensive Driving
Learn how to safely use motor vehicles in variety of situations. Topics covered: pre-shift vehicle inspections, understanding tire dynamics, vehicle positioning while operating, weather effects, vehicle safety systems, backing, weight transfer, essential vehicle equipment.

Firearms Advanced – Handgun
Learn how to handle a firearm in a variety of scenarios. Topics covered: tactical movement, low light techniques, unconventional loading/reloading techniques, ballistic theory, wounding mechanisms, gunshot wound first aid, simulations.

Firearms Certification – Basic Handgun (CA)
Basic knowledge of how to handle a handgun in the line of duty as a security officer. Course meets certification standards of the state, where it is taught.

Firearms – NRA Basic Instructor (Train the trainer)
6 hour course, learn how to talk to your students and on your feet, review offer useful praise and constructive suggestions. Instructors will teach 5 key lessons for conducting a formal NRA course in the use of firearms.

Firearms – NRA Basic Pistol
Introduction to knowledge, skills, attitude for owning and using a pistol. Topics covered: pistol parts, operation, ammunition, gun safety, pistol shooting fundamentals, pistol shooting activities. This basic pistol course will also help prepare students for participation in other NRA courses.

Firearms – NRA Basic Shotgun
Highly recommended for new shooters. Topics covered: basic firearm safety, shotgun types, ammunition, sight alignment, trigger control, loading and unloading, weapon care and cleaning, storing, etc.

Firearms – NRA First Steps Pistol
Firearm orientation program for new purchasers, designed as a hands-on introduction to safe handling and proper orientation.

Firearms – NRA First Steps Shotgun
Hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation of a shotgun.

Firearms – NRA Personal Protection Inside the House
Basics for owning and using a pistol safely during a defense situation in the home. Students learn about pistol parts, operation, ammunition, gun safety, defensive pistol shooting fundamentals, pistol shooting activities. Laws regarding defense encounters will also be discussed.

Firearms – NRA Range Safety Officer
Essentials for future safety officers to organize, conduct and supervise safe shooting activities and range operations.

NRA Range Safety Officer (must be 21 years or older)
Teaches Range Safety Officer’s role and responsibilities, range standard operating procedures, range inspection, range rules, firearms stoppages and malfunctions, range safety briefings and emergency procedures.

Firearms Requalification – Handgun
Semi-annual course, refresher for how to properly and safely use a handgun. This course meets the state requirements for the state in where it is conducted.

Firearms Tactical – Handgun
Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to handle a handgun in a variety of tactical scenarios. Students must be prepared to engage in scenarios that may be emotionally and physically challenging. Simulations in combination with dry fire ad life fire are included.

Firearms Tactical – Shotgun
Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to handle a shotgun in a variety of tactical scenarios. Students must be prepared to engage in scenarios that may be emotionally and physically challenging.

Handcuffing – Tactical
This course focuses on how to safely and efficiently handcuff a suspect while in the field.

High Risk Security
Advance course that focuses on providing security in high risk environments such as high crime neighborhoods and subsidized housing. Learn how to deal with criminal element, interact with tenants, residents and customers.

Human Resources – Basic
Provides students with fundamentals of human resources and related federal, state and local laws. Topics covered: recruiting, hiring, training, disciplining, motivating, counseling, terminations.

Loss Prevention
Basic loss prevention overview for officers in the retail industry. Course provides students with tactics to identify and deal with acts related to inventory shrinkage and internal theft.

MOAB – Introduction
Introductory course to understand the basics of managing aggressive behavior. Classroom training only.

MOAB – 2 Day
Provides students with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage situations involving aggressive individuals. Course is designed for anyone working in an environment where they may encounter aggressive behavior by others. Classroom training and practical application.

NRA Refuse to be a Victim – Female Only Course
Course focuses on proactive courses of action to lessen the risk of criminal attack. Develop a personal safety strategy before needed.

OSHA 10 Hour Course – Construction Industry
Training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in construction workplaces. Program also provides information on worker’s rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. Voluntary program, doesn’t meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.

OSHA 10 Hour Couse – General Industry
Training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in general workplaces. Program also provides information on worker’s rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. Voluntary program, doesn’t meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.

OSHA 30 Hour Course – Construction Industry
This course is intended for supervisor and individuals with safety responsibility in the construction industry.

OSHA 30 Hour Course – General Industry
This course is intended for supervisor and individuals with safety responsibility in general industries.

Patrol Driver Course
Provides students with the knowledge and skills to perform security officer duties for patrolling in motor vehicles. Course covers variety of topics related to driving a vehicle and providing security services.

Personal Protection Officer
Entry-level position training in personal protection/executive protection.

  • Additional Courses:
    • Personal Protection Officer II
      Personal Protection Officer III

Recruiting – Basic
Course to help students develop recruiting programs to recruit quality employees. Focuses on general recruiting methods and how to focus recruiting efforts based on skills needed.

Safety Officer
Learn how to serve as a general safety officer.

Supervisor Level I (Security)
Learn how to serve as an entry-level supervisor in the security field. Course covers variety of subjects that security officers will need to be familiar with to function as a first line supervisor.

Supervisor Level II (Security)
Course is intended for mid-level supervisors in the security field, builds on Supervisor Level I course. ‘

Train the Trainer
Course teaches students how to conduct training course as an instructor. The course covers classroom organization, preparing course materials, course prep, teaching the course, administrative responsibilities after course completion.