Security Guard Training

Security Guard Training

Security Guard Training with our company will set you up to start your new career. To be a SLED Certified Security Officer you must be trained in a 4 – 8 hour class. Security Guard Training is a must in South Carolina to become a SLED Certified Security Officer.

Our Security Guard Training is current with all SLED’s latest regulations. In South Carolina a SLED Security Officer must be trained by an approved company, we are it!

Security Guard Training

Security Guard Training

Who do we train for SLED Security Guard Training?
1. Individuals who want to start a new career.
2. Companies who are getting behind on training to certify their officers.
3. Re-certifying to keep your annual SLED card active.
4. If the Class size is large enough, we will come to your area with our “Mobile Setup” and conduct the training. To price this, we will have to know the location and class size.
5. Individuals from other states who want to work in SC as a SLED Security Officer. Yes, some individuals work for companies that do business in SC or they live close enough to the SC border and would like to work for a SC Security company. Either way, you must get a SLED Card.

Here is an explanation of the SLED Certified Security Guard Training that each Officer must take.

Class Dates and Pricing for this training

 

Primary Basic: (Mandatory) A basic knowledge of what you can do as a legal SLED Certified Security Officer on the property you protect. To become an ” Unarmed Officer”. This class is all you will need to be a basic SLED Certified Security Officer. Taking this class does NOT include weapons, Handcuffs, Use of Force and Authority to arrest. You will be able to work as a SLED Security Officer and  wear a uniform, observe and report with no arrest authority if you choose this class alone. 4 hour class.

Primary Plus: (Optional) This class is basically an upgrade to certify you in many things such as Handcuffing, Use of force and Handguns. This class gives you the same authority as a Sheriffs deputy on the property you protect. YOU CANNOT take this class unless you have been to the “Primary Basic“. You can take both “Basic” and “Plus” in the same day. 8 hour class.

To break it down: In other words, to start a new career in the SLED Security field to be “UNARMED” with no arrest powers all you need is Primary Basic. However, you can get the “Arrest powers” with “Primary Plus” and no weapons. But, to be an “ARMED” Security Officer, you need both classes with the Armed portion.

Security Officer Training

SLED Security Guard Training

To see if you qualify for Security Guard Training, you can visit SLED’s website here http://www.sled.sc.gov/

Security Guard Training

Security Guard training