The “Bureau of Security & Investigative Services" Security program provides students with the mandatory curriculum necessary to become a licensed Security Guard by the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services. This course is designed around the requirements of California Assembly Bill 2880 and its reformation of the Security Guard training procedures.
The baton training course is designed to provide students with the required level of proficiency to carry and use a baton while on dutyas private security guards. Individuals required to obtain a baton permit must be taught in the format described in Section 7585.9(a) of the Business and Professions Code. The course is an 18 hour Baton Training course certified by BSIS (Bureau of Investigative Services). The training will go over Baton striking techniques, law, and regulations.
The Wildland Firefighting course is designed to give students all the certificates, classroom, and field experience to apply for Firefighting jobs with the US Forest Service. After completion of this 48 hours course, you will earn the following NWCG (National Wildland Fire Coordinating Group) certificates:
S-190 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-130 - Firefighter Training
L-180 - Human Factors in the Wildland Fire Service
i100 - Introduction to the Incident Command System
i700 - Introduction to the National Incident Management System
These certificates meet the basic wildland firefighter training standards for all the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies.
Learn to become a Remote Drone Pilot and prepare for Part 107 licensing. You will learn to fly our DJI drones as you study the requirements data collection for different industries. You will also be introduced to the topics necessary to take the FAA Part 107 licensing test. Students will be responsible for AKT certification and testing fees