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8 Hour Pre-Assignment Security Guard Training Course 07-01-2017

The 8 Hour Pre-Assignment Training Course is a M U S T have in order to get your
New York State Security License.

 The topics covered are briefly listed below.

Saturday July 1st, 2017

or

August 5th, 2017

LAST DAY FOR REGISTERING (Thursday by 5pm). 

Doors open at 7:50am

Class starts at 8am

C A L L  N O W!!

Registrations received after the cut off day and times will go towards the next
months training course when scheduled.

It is a MUST to REGISTER EARLY and NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.

This is a one day course that will give passing students a certificate to be mailed in with the registration forms instructors give at the training course. Once the application process is completed, students may go to work right away for any employer while their license is “pending”. Instructors will give our students information on companies or organizations that maybe currently hiring and where to apply.

Call our Training Division (716) 685-4265 for further information or register online today. Remember to register early to secure a seat. PayPal link is activated for those who wish to use this form of payment, otherwise you may mail your check or money order for $65.00 payable to:

DSS @ Post Office Box 166, Depew, New York 14043.

” Only” upon receipt of payment will you be considered “REGISTERED”.

PLEASE PROVIDE ALL THE NECESSARY INFORMATION WHEN FILING OUT THE REGISTRATION PAGE INCLUDING YOUR HOME AND CELL NUMBERS.

You may request a brochure

be emailed to you if you would like.

Please provide your email address.

Eight Hour Pre-Assignment Course listed for your review.

Role of a Security Guard: Provides an overview of a security industry and defines duties typically performed by security guards.

Legal Powers & Limitations: Defines the differences between security guards and law enforcement officials and explains the procedures for an arrest made by a security guard.

Emergency Situations: Provides an overview of different types of emergencies and methods of response to be performed by security guards.

Communications & Public Relations: Explanation of the communication process and identify how perceptions affect interaction.

Access Control: Identify the elements of access control and identification and define three types of access control.

Ethics: Defines and explains the importance of the Code of Ethics for security guards.

Review and Examination: Review materials. Multiple choice and true/false examination will be given on the topics covered. Students must achieve a minimum of 70% to satisfactorily complete this course.

Employment:  This course by NO means guarantees employment with DSS. If a student wishes, they may bring their resume to the course to be kept on file and reviewed for future employment openings.