Package D10: 8 Hour Annual Training
This package is one of the curriculum options eduGuard offers to comply with the State of California required Annual Training for Security Officers holding a current Guard Card.
III.C Evacuation Procedures - 2 Hours
The Evacuation Procedures course is designed to provide an intermediate understanding of a Security Officer’s role during an emergency as well as a basic guideline for conducting an evacuation that minimizes the risk of loss of life. In addition, this course examines high-risk natural events that a Security Officer might encounter while working in the State of California, such as earthquakes and terrorist events. This is a 2 hour course that counts towards the 8 hours of required annual training by the State of California.
III.Q Courtroom Demeanor - 4 Hours
The Courtroom Demeanor course is designed to provide a basic understanding of how Security Officers must conduct themselves, both in a courtroom and on a site. One of the most important aspects of the Security Officer is his / her ability to communicate effectively in a legal or administrative setting. This course provides the basics of effective communication and reiterates the importance of strong documentation to ensure the prosecution has a strong case against the suspect. This is a 4 hour course that counts towards the 8 hours of required annual training by the State of California.
III.S Radio Procedures - 2 Hours
The Radio Procedures course is designed to provide the learner with an intermediate understanding of effective radio communications. The hand held radio is one of the most common tools a security professional will use while executing their duties. It is imperative Security Officers have an understanding of proper terminology and how to use this equipment to facilitate effective communication. The learner, through this course, will become well versed in proper communication technique by employing standard radio procedures. This is a 2 hour course that counts towards the 8 hours of required annual training by the State of California.
(ACCESS: 12 months)