Security Officer Training & Recertification
Welcome To Renam Security Training!
Come and train with the best!

Security Officers are currently in high demand. Supervisors and Managers are always needed.

  • Uniform Presentation, Scheduling, Manpower allocation, Managing personnel, knowledge of Patrols procedures, using the latest technology and equipment are essential to advancement. 

RENAM will train you on how to take the next step up towards advancement.


  • The State of Alabama, Corporate Security Officer Training, requires 8 hours of mandated training.

       *​Reduced rates for corporate groups minimum of four Officers.


"I am an armed security officer. I took the recertification course. I highly recommend Renam. Instructor Ben Maner is the best! Not only did I renew my license, I learned new techniques as well as active shooter protocol. This course increased my confidence tenfold."

- David Higel

  • 4 hours of initial Armed Security Officer Training

  • 6-hour format beyond the basic Alabama curriculum 

  • Armed Security Officers must bring their qualifying weapon with a box of appropriate rounds (unloaded with the slide or barrel open)  to the training class.


  • Increase the level of training and knowledge of security officers pertaining to security concerns patrol procedures and becoming the eyes of ears of the company.

  • Wearing the Uniforms and representing the company

  • Report Writing

  • Conflict Resolution

    • De-escalation

  • Access Controls

  • Crisis Response – Active Shooter Training

  • Understand the basic legal powers and limitation of security officers.

  • Improve observation, detection and reporting skills

  • Improve coordination with local police, fire and emergency services. 

  • Improve skills working with advanced security technology.

  • Incident Investigations.

  • Outline basic safety prevention activities.

  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Security Officer - Principal roles and responsibilities of security officers, ethics, legal powers and limitations, advanced security technology, theft and loss prevention and deterrence.

  • Patrols and Observation - Dealing with criminal activity, unsafe conditions, building and
    perimeter protection features, security posts, patrolling methods, visitor and employee identification programs.

  • Handling Emergencies - How security officers prepare for and respond to emergencies in order to best protect employees and the facility.

  • Active Shooter Procedures - Appropriate actions for security officers responding to active
    shooter events that affect their facility, and response to suspicious persons.