Private Security Officer, Class “D”

Do you want to learn to protect property and people? If so, then enroll in the first-ever Lake Tech Institute of Public Safety Private Security Officer, Class “D” class. The new 40 hour class will be offered August 27 – 31, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuition of $199 includes books. According to State of Florida regulations, applicants for Class “D licensed security personnel must receive 40 hours of training from a program that meets the State requirements for Class “D” Unarmed Security Officer as outlined in Florida Administrative Code 5N-1.140. A Class “D” license must be held by the individual prior to obtaining a Class “G” license.

Prerequisites/Entry Requirements: 18 yrs. of age; citizen/legal resident of the US; mentally competent; good moral character.

What you will learn:

  • Understand the requirements of Chapter 493, F.S., & 5N-1, F.A.C., regulating the private security industry in Florida. Understand Chapter 776, F.S., & the legal authority & liability for security actions involving the use of force.
  • Understand basic first aid & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques
  • Understand how to implement emergency procedures
  • Understand the importance of ethics & professional conduct
  • Demonstrate interviewing techniques
  • Understand & verbalize why security duties regarding fire detection, suppression, & life safety are important
  • Understand crime/accident scene protection & why it is important
  • Identify entrepreneurship opportunities in the private security industry
  • Demonstrate employability skills in the private security industry
  • Identify terrorists’ events & the appropriate response for each
  • Understand the importance of public & interagency relations
  • Explain the importance of proper courtroom procedures
  • Understand the fundamentals of personal security
  • Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills, & professional communication skills
  • Understand traffic control techniques & identify crowd control techniques
  • Identify special problems for security & define terrorism & identify types of terrorists groups

For additional information, view the Security Guard Class “D” class flyeropens in a new window or contact Lt. Chris Delibro, at 352-742-6463.

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