ENTRY LEVEL TRAINING
Every new employee is required to attend a pre-assignment training session. The curriculum includes:
- INTRODUCTION TO VET-SEC PROTECTION AGENCY
- CRIMINAL LAW/LAWS OF ARREST
- UNIFORM AND GROOMING
- USE OF FORCE
- GENERAL SECURITY PROCEDURES
- CRIME SCENE PRESERVATION
- FIRST RESPONSE
- ACCIDENT PROTOCOLS
- REPORT WRITING
- JOB SAFETY
Once hired, every officer’s performance is continually monitored and evaluated. While this pre-assignment training provides a foundation, it is only the beginning. As each client’s requirements are unique, so much of the specific training must take place at the job site itself. Each new security officer is assigned to train with a member of our supervisory staff until the officer’s performance is proficient. Periodically, supervisors test the officers on their knowledge and execution of a specific duty.
ADVANCED & SUPERVISORY TRAINING
Members of the management staff regularly attend seminars and lectures sponsored by professional organizations, learning centers, and local colleges. Subjects studied include topics related to terrorism, guard force management, public relations, personnel policies and procedures, security officer training, fiscal management, total quality management, and security liability, to name just a few.
VET SEC PROTECTION AGENCY
UNARMED GUARD CARD
Attention Unarmed Guard Card Applicant:
**READ CAREFULLY **
Vet-Sec Protection Agency offers the Unarmed Guard Card Training Courses, established by the Department of Public Safety in ARIZONA ONLY. The training course is an 8-hour course, which will consist of the application process, fingerprinting process, training courses, and the post-training exam. If you are applying for the first time or renewing an existing license, the process will be the same. Our classes are held at our Phoenix Branch Office, located at 7206 North 55th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301, and our Tucson Branch Office, located at 2030 North Forbes Blvd, Suite 106, Tucson, AZ 85745.
Applicants are required to bring in the required documents on the date of the scheduled class:
- State Issued Picture ID or Driver’s License
Out of State IDs are acceptable but cannot be expired
- Proof of citizenship if applicable. Birth abroad persons included
Permanent Resident Card, US Passport, or Certificate of Naturalization accepted.
Work Visa or any other documents WILL NOT be accepted
- Service fee for our class is $70.00 payable online OR by separate money order to Vet-Sec Protection Agency
- Service fee of $72.00 also payable by separate money order to (DPS) Arizona Department of Public Safety for FBI background check and physical licensing identification card.
The class will begin at 9:00 AM Wednesday. Applicants will be required to show up ON TIME for training! Doors will be locked once the class begins, and late applicants will not be allowed inside and will need to reschedule their class! Please make sure to give yourself plenty of time to arrive at the class!
If you have any questions, please call: 520-408-8184
Phoenix Guard Card Class
Tucson Guard Card Class
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