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ARMED SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING

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In the States of Alabama, Georgia & North Carolina, an armed security officer will need 14 - 30 hours of initial Firearm Safety training. He or she will need to pass a qualifying course at the firearm range as part of training. RENAM Security Training provides these approved courses. CLIENTS MUST BRING their qualifying weapon with a box of appropriate rounds (unloaded with the slide or barrel open) to the security training class.

Classroom & Firearm Range for Qualification:

 

Individuals will need to pass a qualifying course at the firearm range as part of their training. Your state certification & application are available upon completion of the course.

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UNARMED SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING

ALABAMA:  Eight hours (one day) of initial training is required for unarmed security guard licensure.

GEORGIA:  Our 3-day course satisfies the 24 hours of instruction required by the state of Georgia.

NORTH CAROLINA:  This two-day course is required for individuals wishing to begin work in North Carolina as an unarmed security officer.

ARMED & UNARMED SECURITY OFFICER LICENSE RENEWAL

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ALABAMA:  Eight hours (one day) of initial training is required for unarmed security guard licensure.

GEORGIA:  Our 3-day course satisfies the 24 hours of instruction required by the state of Georgia.

NORTH CAROLINA:  This two-day course is required for individuals wishing to begin work in North Carolina as an unarmed security officer.

YOU WILL LEARN . . .

  • Manpower Allocation

  • Managing Personnel

  • Basic Legal Powers & Limitations of Security Officers

  • Observation, Detection, & Reporting Skills

  • Coordination with Police, Fire, & Emergency Services

  • Report Writing Practice (incident & daily logs)

  • Laws of Arrest | Probable Cause

  • Technology & Equipment Use

  • Incident Investigations

  • Basic Safety Prevention Activities

  • Access Controls, Lockdowns, & Securing Access

  • Conflict Resolution | De-Escalation | Avoidance

  • Importance of Uniforms & Presentation

  • Patrol Procedures & Observation

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