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Security Guard Training and Certification

BadgeSECURITY GUARD TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
Saturday, March 24, 2012
10 am – 6pm
War Memorial Building (401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 206)
To RSVP, Email Info@CMACsf.org today!


Why should I attend or send my security personnel to this training? The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and San Francisco Entertainment Commission now requires all security personnel at any establishment holding a Place of Entertainment permit in to be trained and certified at the California State level.

To ensure all CMAC members are in compliance of the new requirement, CMAC has invited security company Security Intelligence Specialist (S.I.S.) to perform the necessary training and certification at a one day seminar. For more information on S.I.S., please go to http://www.sisprotection.com/


What will the seminar include?
The seminar will be broken down into two 4-hour sessions; 1) Power to Arrest, and 2) Weapons of Mass Destruction & Terrorism Awareness. The seminar will include both lecture and discussion sessions.

This training, held by The Security Intelligence Specialist Corporation, is an 8 hour course that will allow you to apply for and receive a B.S.I.S. Guard Card; providing Security Guard vocational opportunities at any business requiring a State Licensed Security Guard. The additional 32 hours required by the B.S.I.S. is to maintain your compliance and consequently, your Guard Card. When you complete this 8 hours of class, provide your fingerprints via LiveScan, and provide the information from the Guard Card Training and LiveScan to the B.S.I.S. on their website, students can receive a Guard Card in approximately 4 weeks. This training has been set up to make this process seamless and efficient. Each attendee, at the end of class, will receive simply instructions to complete the online registration in approximately 10 minutes (the B.S.I.S. Application Cost is an additional $51.00 online).

How much does the course cost? The course is $85.00 for CMAC members, $100.00 for non-members. Fingerprinting is available on site for an additional $76 ($32 Department of Justice, $19 FBI, $25 Fingerprint labor)

A Drivers License or Government ID is required.

What else should I bring? Since no food will provided, we recommend bringing a lunch as the seminar goes on for 8 hours. There will be a 10 minute break every hour. Please also bring your pens and instruments to take notes on.

Please email info@cmacsf.org for more information or to RSVP.

 
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