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Security Guard Training 12-Hour Initial

** Authorized MDLE training provider with G-Code for course shown here  **

  • Starts Sep 18
  • 175 US dollars
  • Oxon Hill Road

Available spots


Service Description

Welcome to our Training Academy! Course: "INITIAL" 12-Hour Basic Training Course This course will cover the new 17 Basic Training "Mandated" Objectives, outlined in new legislation under Senate Bill (SB0760), which goes into effect June 1, 2024, making it mandatory for "ALL" Security Guards whether Armed or Unarmed, in the State of Maryland, seeking employment to complete; it's not optional, and are discussed briefly below. There are two course types: 1) Minimum of Twelve (12) Hours Basic Training AND 2) for Renewals, completed after June 1, 2024, a Minimum of Eight (8) Hours of In-Service Training. We are offering BOTH courses, with a Weekday and Weekend Option. INITIAL 12-Hour Course - 12-Hour Shift Proof of Training Certificate Will be Provided Available Dates/Times: CLASS OFFERINGS: Wednesday's OR Saturday's 8 AM - 8 PM (12-Straight Hours) WORKING LUNCH *MEALS (MREs) PROVIDED Plus WATER* Bring Own Snacks LOCATION: 6710 Oxon Hill Road, Suite 210, National Harbor, MD 20745 Ample Free Parking Across from Tanger Outlets & MGM BOOK ONLINE TODAY! Mandated 17 Objectives are as follows: SG1 -Identify the requirements for receiving and maintaining a SG cert in the State of MD SG2 -Identify the limitations to receiving and maintaining a SG cert in the State of MD SG3-Given various scenario, demonstrate the ability to identify elements of a given crime, using the annotated code of MD and/or the Digest of Criminal Laws SG4 -Identify the legal limits of a SG authority to arrest and/or detain SG5 -Define what constitutes Use of Force (UOF) SG6-Identify when UOF is authorized and prohibited SG7 -Identify the reporting requirements a SG must complete when force is used SG8-Identify the legal ramifications for SG and their employer when force is used SG9-Define what constitutes de-escalation SG10-Identify how time, distance, and cover can be used to de-escalate a situation SG11-Identify the role of communication in de-escalating a situation SG12-Identify the limitation and requirements for a SG carrying weapons SG13-Identify techniques that a SG may employ when encountering an individual in a crisis SG14-Identify techniques that a SG may employ when encountering an individual with a disability SG15-Identify techniques that a SG may employ when encountering a juvenile SG16-Identify techniques that a SG may employ when encountering an individual with behavior health concerns SG17-Identify techniques on how to seek aid for a person in need


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

  • 6710 Oxon Hill Road suite 210, National Harbor, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA

    301-358-2089

    info@securityblue.com


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