16-Hour On-The-Job Training

Course Rate:

$110.00

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Course Rate:

$110.00

Make an Appointment

Security Guard Courses

NYS Division of Criminal Justice (DCJS) Approved Training Courses

Program's Description

In this training, the student will get detailed information on a security guard’s duties and responsibilities, knowing its essential role within an organization.

The 16 Hour On-the-Job Training Course (OTJ) is the second required course and it must have culminated within 90 days of employment as a security guard.

Course Length: 16 Hours

Course Type: On-Site (In Person)

English,

N/A

  • Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities.
  • Culminate this training and obtain a course completion certificate.
  •  Students must obtain a score of 70% or higher on the final exam.
  • By completing the 8 Hour Pre-Assignment Training Course, students will receive a certificate of completion that must accompany their registration application when submitted to the Department of State.
  • Make-up time is not available for this training course; students have to attend all their classes.
  • The role of the security guard
  • Legal powers and limitations
  • Emergencies
  • Access control

Other Courses

English,

You must have completed the 8 Hour Pre-Assignment Course.

  • Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities.
  • Culminate this training and obtain a course completion certificate.
  •  Students must obtain a score of 70% or higher on the final exam.
  • By completing the 16 Hour On- The -Job Training  Course, students will receive a certificate of completion that must accompany their registration application when submitted to the Department of State.
  • Make-up time is not available for this training course; students have to attend all their classes.
  • Access control
  • Ethics and Conduct
  • Incident command system
  • Terrorism
  • The role of the security guard
  • Legal powers and limitations
  • Emergencies
  • Communications and public relations