Guard Card Training Class
It is a recognized fact that training is a vital determinant in ensuring effective job performance.
Therefore, training has always been a top concern and highest priority to URETSKY SECURITY, and a large portion of corporate resources are spent in providing continuous training for URETSKY SECURITY employees. URETSKY SECURITY has a training and resource library within its main corporate office which is available for use by all clients and employees who desire to learn more about the security industry, as well as more general subjects. The library includes books, auto-cassettes, videotapes, newsletters, vendor journals, magazines, standard references and many other materials relating to the security field.
At URETSKY SECURITY we have our own in-house training program, which was founded in 2001 by William Uretsky, a retired Police Lieutenant. This institution is licensed by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.
- Crowd Management & Psychology
- Emergency Incident Response (per FEMA ICS guidelines)
- Traffic Control
- Public Relations
- Dispute Mediation & Resolution
- Every Security Guard obtains 40 hours of training before being assigned to a post. After the initial training, the security guard continues his training and education with 20 hours of additional training per year provided by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services
- Armed guards are required to qualify 2 times a year in order to maintain their licenses
- Background Investigators attend a yearly two-week training and update seminar conducted by the California Association of Law Enforcement Background Investigators
- Possess a high school diploma or equivalency
- Possess a valid Guard Card issued by the Bureau of Security & Investigative Services
- Posses a valid California Driver's License
- Possess good writing and communication skills
- Be in excellent health in order to walk long periods of time