COMPANY BASED TRAINING PROGRAMS
With State Licensing Agencies escalating enforcement actions, Companies can no longer rely on the employee to complete required training to meet state requirements.
TTSGI and its BSIS Licensed Affiliate can ease that risk by coming to your location to conduct regular classes to keep you compliant.
State of California BSIS has approved the use of simulators for 2 of the 4 required re-qualifications after the employee receives their firearms permit.
TTSGI is able take that one step further for companies with armed employees. Our “Laser Shot” Judgmental Shooting Simulator not only runs a “Course of Fire”, but can place the security professional in scenarios where there are “Use of Force” options.
Law Enforcement Agencies have learned from litigation that armed officers should receive “Judgmental Shooting Training”. It’s only a matter of time before private sector security becomes entangled in litigation.
Being a head of the curves minimizes risk and liability of a negative use of a Firearm.
Listed is a course list of applicable classes that can be incorporated to meet the above requirements.
Contact us for a complete list of courses or if you want a customized course designed specifically for your company needs and goals.
LIST OF CURRENT COURSES
POWERS TO ARREST/MINIMUM STANDARDS ( 8 hrs.)
Two hour course is designed to meet many of state’s minimum for security officers to receive state guard/registration permits. Students needing fingerprinting, will have fingerprints taken at no charge or referred to a “Live Scan” location. All students must be 18 years old and have picture identification. Training Manual will be included in the cost of the course.
BASIC FIREARMS COURSE (16 hrs.)
This 16-hour course exceeds state requirements in instruction of “moral and legal” aspects for the use of the firearms during the course of employment. Students will need to bring picture identification, birth certificate, passport or legal resident status identification issued by INS. Student must be 18 yrs. Old depending on state. Students will be allowed to qualify with two calibers of weapons for the same course fee. Students should bring duty belt, holster, speed loaders & extra magazines if they have them. Range fees and ammo (100 rounds) not included. Training manual will be provided in the cost of the course.
FIREARMS RE-QUALIFICATIONS COURSE (4 hrs.)
This course satisfies various state re-qualification schedule which requires a minimum annual or semi-annual re-qualifications. Re-qualification for gun permits should be completed at least 60 days prior to expiration. There is no charge for additional calibers. Course of fire requires 3 magazines or speed loaders, holster and duty belt. Course requires 100 rounds. Ammunition and range fees not included.
TACTICAL DEFENSIVE FIREARMS (8 hrs.)
This course is designed to be range intensive. The course will put the security professional through a variety of confrontational situations and developing a tactical plan utilizing the continuum of force. Student should have a minimum of 150 rounds of ammunition, duty belt and impact weapon. Training manual included in course fee.
SEMI AUTO PISTOL TRANSITION COURSE (200 rounds required)
This one day course is designed to acquaint the revolver shooter or new shooter in the operation of the semi-auto pistol. This course consists of classroom orientation and extensive range time. The course will focus on weapon, equipment and ammunition selection, reloading and ammunition management, confrontational and survival mindset. The course includes the
legal and moral use of the firearm, proper grip, stance, and sighting. The student will be given multiple target selection and engagement situations.
TACTICAL DEFENSIVE SHOTGUN (8 hrs.)
This course is range intensive. The course will put the security professional through a variety of situations in which the shotgun would be the weapon of choice. The course will discuss the use of force continuum and current legal and moral issues associated with the use of firearms. The student will need 30 rounds of “00” buck shot and 20 rounds of slug ammunition. The student should bring duty belt, handgun, and impact weapon.
BASIC SIDE HANDLE/STRAIGHT BATON COURSE (8 hrs.)
This 8-hour course presents the “legal and moral” aspects of carrying and utilizing an impact weapon. This course consists of a written and practical exam. Course instructors are certified by “Monadnock”, developer of the PR-24. Batons available for purchase after the class. Training manual provided in course fee.
EXPANDABLE PR-24 SIDE HANDLE BATON/STRAIGHT IMPACT WEAPON (8 hrs.)
Our instructors are certified by “Monadnock” the developers of the side handle PR-24 impact weapon. Our instructors are certified by other manufacturers who produce a straight expandable impact weapon.
TEAR GAS/PEPPER SPRAY (8 hrs.)
This course certifies the security professional to carry tear gas/pepper spray during the course of employment. This course meets and exceeds the training required by various states. Training manual included in course fee.
HANDCUFFING AND ARREST TACTICS ( 8 hrs.)
This course is designed to train the security professional in the appropriate methods of utilizing handcuffs as a restraint device. This course develops physical arrest techniques in order to gain compliance from an arrested person. Training manual included in course fee.
EMPLOYEE SAFETY AND STREET SURVIVAL (8 hrs. )
This course is designed to build the confidence level of the security professional. The security professional will be able to identify threats and deal with them in a professional and safe manner. Instruction by experienced tactical and officer safety professionals. Student should bring complete duty belt, impact weapon and flashlight. Training manual included in cost of the course.
EDGED WEAPONS DEFENSIVE TACTICS ( 8 hrs. )
The security professional is at great a risk not understanding the potential devastating effects of edged weapons confrontations. The course will teach mental preparation and defensive tactics in an effort to prevent injury to the officer. This course outline was developed by a contributor to the video tape “Surviving Edged Weapons”. Training manual included in course fees. Security professionals should bring complete duty belt with impact weapon to course.
REPORT WRITING AND LEGAL UPDATE ( 8 hrs.)
This course was designed to develop writing and comprehension skills of the security professional. Emphasis is directed into presenting information in an organized manner and utilizing the report for courtroom testimony. The course will also address current criminal and civil liability issues. Training manual included in cost of the course.
PATROL SUPERVISOR TRAINING (16 hrs.)
The course is designed to train the patrol supervisor in the aspects of managing personnel, acting as a cover officer, scheduling, employee and client relations. The course will address relationships with governmental agencies and the utilization of outside resources, human relations skills and avoidance of employment liability issues such as sexual harassment and wrongful termination. The student will be able to successfully evaluate and counsel employees. Training manual included in the cost of the course.
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS/DISPATCH OPERATIONS (8 hrs.)
The course is designed to prepare the dispatcher in the utilization of proper communication skills utilizing the radio, pager, telephone and other telecommunications devices. The course develops interagency and governmental call out procedures and interaction. The course will develop good employee and client relations skills.
BOMB AWARENESS (4 hrs.)
The course develops awareness of the destructive devices in bomb threat and emergency situations. The course teaches management of the threat and acquiring resources needed to achieve a safe situation. The course will develop awareness of outside governmental agencies and how the security professional fits in the scene control.
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND BASIC TERRORISM (4 hrs.)
This is an entry level course to bring awareness to the Security Officer of the current status of external and internal terrorism. A training manual will be provided at the end of the course.
NARCOTICS AWARENESS AND IDENTIFICATION (8 hrs.)
The course is designed to acquaint the security professional with the objective symptoms of a person under the influence of a controlled substance or an intoxicant. The course will teach the student how to deal with the confrontational individual and basic first aid in dealing with overdoses. A training manual is provided as part of the course fee.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE (8 hrs.)
This course is designed to acquaint the security professional in the safe operation of company vehicles. Vehicle safety and liability issues are discussed. Primary collision factors such as speed, inattention, parking and driving conditions are discussed. Completion of this course is in compliance with the National Safety Council and their certificate is also issued.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS (4 hrs.)
This course is designed to educate the security professional in recognizing and defining conduct which creates a hostile work environment. The student will be given information on what constitutes sexual harassment and recent case law which covers the liabilities of sexual harassment behavior.
SECURITY MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP (12 hrs.)
This course is designed to train the newly promoted or current security manager. The course covers leadership skills, managing marginal performers, evaluations, discipline and counseling. Other topics include scheduling, overtime management, developing post orders, client relations, and decision making.