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Security Training with Job Placement - security - job employment

City: Orlando
Date: 28 Sep 2020
Category: Security

*** Become the best you can be as a Professional Security Officer! ***
We work with a number of security companies, theme parks, and hotels, which are in need of well-trained security officers which can lead to job security.
Eddy’s Security Training will be re-opening on Oct. 5th.
***** Re-opening Reduced Price for the D Class $115.00 *****
We are still offering the Combo deal D & G, call for more information.
Call us at 386-748-6765 and reserve your seat today!


Address: 144 S. Semoran Blvd Orlando FL 32807

Eddy's Security Training
State Licensed Training Facility DS 1500076
DI 1500132
K 1400008

You get the "D" Class a 42-hour course which covers Chapter 493 Florida Statute, Chapter 5N-1 FL. Administrative Code, Chapter 790 FL. Weapons and Firearms, Chapter 316 FL. Statute Vehicles Used by security agencies. We will provide you with a certificate of completion for the State so you can work as an unarmed security officer, must be 18 - years old to get a "D" license.

If you take the "G" Class which is a 28-hour course which covers the legal aspects of the use of the firearms, FS. 493, FS. 775, FS. 776, FS. 790, civil and criminal liability, operational firearms safety, firearms mechanical training, and firearms qualification. The class includes (2) B-34 targets, ears & eye protection, use of a 9mm semi-auto handgun, also help you fill out the “G” application and notarized it for the state & get your certificate of completion for the State. So, you can work as an armed security officer, must be 18 years old to get a "G" license.

* Re-qualifications*:
Re-qualifications are $85.00, it’s a 4-hour class. If you need to qualify on more than one handgun, it's $50.00 for additional caliber. (Price does not include ammo or use of a firearm).
We have 14 security companies we work with in getting you on the job and making money!!


Why would you want to become a Security Officer? Security work is a field that will never go away. With all the potential threats in today's society more and more businesses are in need of help protecting their property, assets, and people. If you're interested in safety and security, this could be the perfect job for you.

If you want to become a police officer than the security officer position may be an option for you. It's a great stepping stone job to get to where you want to go in your career. It is also a great retirement job for those that wish to still be in the field. The training before becoming a security officer officially is not hard to do and if you look up the requirements in your state then you are off to get to know the Industry and if it is right for you! This will help introduce you to what becoming a security officer is all about, your responsibilities, and how to handle different situations.

Almost every form of business utilizes some form of security including but not limited to: local businesses, casinos, hospitals, banks, bars, airports, stores, retirement homes, private security firms, and even nuclear power plants often hire security guards to help protect their property and deter illegal activities. The duties of a security officer can vary drastically depending on the employer and assignments. A security officer may be stationed watching monitors for suspicious activity, patrolling a location, providing security for events, or protecting people. Because of this, the security officer must be familiar with state and local laws as well as their employer's policy and procedures.

Most likely you will work for a Security Agency that is hired out for a company and once you fill out the application and interview, your potential employer will also run a background check on you to make certain you don't have a criminal record or have been involved with drugs or other illegal substances. From my experience, if you pass this test, you will be hired to work right away and not many agencies’ do random checks unless "there is reason or suspicion" to do so by the employer.

Are you thinking about becoming a security officer? What do you see as the greatest reward the occupation has to offer?

Call us at 386-748-6765 and reserve your seat today!
Address: 144 S. Semoran Blvd Orlando FL, 32807
Eddy's Security Training
State Licensed Training Facility DS 1500076
DI 1500132
K 1400008

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