Package D19: 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.
II.D Liability & Legal Aspects - 4 Hours
The Liability and Legal Aspects course is designed to provide the learner with an intermediate understanding of our legal system and demonstrate how their actions as a security professional have a reverberating effect on, not only themselves, but their employer and clients as well. In addition, this course familiarizes the Security Officer with the criminal and the civil risks Security Officers have in the execution of their duties while providing valuable information to employer and law enforcement. The course describes how an officer should conduct himself or herself to ensure they abide by the laws in the State of California. This is a 4 hour course that counts towards the 8 hours of required annual training by the State of California.
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.H Criminal Law - 2 Hours
The Criminal Law course is designed to provide the learner with an intermediate understanding of the criminal justice system; specifically criminal law. During the executions of their duties, a Security Officer must be astutely aware of what actions are considered criminal and what their options are for responding. This course also covers various crimes, both against a person and property, to provide the Security Officer with a holistic view of our criminal justice system and how it impacts their duties. This is a 2 hour course that counts towards the 8 hours of required annual training by the State of California.
(ACCESS: 12 months)