Security course Training
In accordance with best practices
Civilian, LE, & Military Tactical Programs
AEGIS Security & Investigations is licensed by the California Bureau of Security & Investigative Services to provide California security guard card and proprietary security officer training and certification. The State of California mandates both a mandatory curriculum as well electives in order to obtain and maintain a current California guard card.
On-Site – AEGIS instructors provide training at client sites to in-house security teams.
Hybrid – AEGIS instructors provide the initial 8 hour security guard training at client sites to in-house teams and the additional 32 hours of security guard training is completed online at their own pace.
Guard Card Outline:
Initial 8 hour course to obtain a guard card: Powers to Arrest (4 Hours), Weapons of Mass Destruction / Terrorism ( 4 hours)
Additional 16 hours of training within 30 days: Public Relations (4 Hours), Observation & Documentation (4 hours), Communications & its Significance (4 hours), Liability / Legal Aspects (4 hours)
Additional 16 hours of electives within six months: Evacuation Procedures (2 Hours), Access Control (2 Hours), Handling Difficult People (3 Hours), Workplace Violence (3 Hours), Preserving the Incident Scene (3 Hours), Crowd Control (3 Hours), Management and Supervision (4 Hours), Fire Safety ( 2 Hours), Officer Safety (4 Hours)
Powers to Arrest (4 Hours)
The first four hours of the California security guard training is powers to arrest mandated by the State of California. This training is designed to teach new security guards about the law and how their job falls within the business and professions code. Included in this training are modules on the role and responsibilities of a security guard, basic observation techniques, where authority comes from, inspections and searches, arrestable offenses, private persons arrests, making arrests as well as reporting. In addition to the state standards, our basic powers to arrest security guard training includes areas identified as best practices including intro to sexual harassment, emergency preparedness, checking IDs as well as understanding body language. The culmination of the powers to arrest training for the California security guard training is a comprehensive final exam in which the student must achieve 100% to pass.See also: