Security " D " & " G " License Training
Forty (40) hours of training is required by Section 493.6303(4), F.S
"D" - Security Officer:
Any individual who performs the services of a security officer must have a Class “D” license.
A "Security Officer" is any individual who, for consideration, advertises as providing or performs security services.
Security services include:
Armored car services
Our training division is dedicated to training you the right way. Training is the most important part of any career. Knowing what to do and how to respond to critical situations, may be the difference between life or death. Don't settle for a video classroom without an instructor physically teaching you. Our training is hands-on and we are dedicated to making sure that you are ready to enter the fascinating world of security. While many people count on law enforcement to protect them, the reality is that police can't be everywhere. That's where you come in, to be the eyes and ears of law enforcement. Your job is to be a great witness and to document events as it unfolds. Whether working at a bank, gated community, on a construction site or special event, you are who people count on when things go bad. Being prepared is the most important part of your job because they count on you. Our team will make sure you are properly trained to be successful in your career.
Twenty-eight hours of training is required by s. 493.6105(5), F.S.
"G" - Statewide Firearm
Only Class “D," Class “M,” or Class “MB” licensees are permitted to bear a firearm and any such licensee who bears a firearm must also have a Class “G” license.
You must successfully complete firearms training administered by a Class “K” Firearms Instructor or received other qualifying firearms training within the past 12 months.
You must have proof of completing an initial course of instruction that includes 28 hours of classroom and range training.