Fast Guard Service is the #1 Class D Security School in Miami, Florida. Our Florida security job training program provides top notch instruction and employment assistance with businesses hiring today! Fast Guard Service LLC is a veteran owned business and provides the training required to become a D licensed security officer in the State of Florida.
Our security school instructors are all military and law enforcement veterans, and bring decades of real-world tactical experience to our Security School in Miami, Florida. Unlike many security schools in Miami, Fast Guard Service is committed to our students’ future and provides job placement and on going employment support.
The Florida Division of Licensing regulates security training in the state. In order to work as an unarmed security guard in Florida, students must obtain their Class G Security License from an accredited provider. To work as an armed security officer in the State of Florida, a prospective employee needs a the D License and the Statewide Firearms G Course.
Students are required to complete 40-hour security training course at a licensed training center in Miami Florida in order to become ready for employment as a licensed security guard. Our Class D security training is conducted over a 4 day period. Additionally, our training center in Miami, Florida offers students the option of certification with the American Heart Association for the CPR/AED Certification. By Obtaining the CPR certification the student leverages better hiring opportunities.
In Miami, security guards must first obtain their Class D and then they can complete the Class G Security Guard Training. The G License requires a 28-hour course provided by Fast Guard Service LLC in Miami Florida. We also accept students from other cities including: Hialeah, Coral Gables, Doral, Homestead, Opa-Locka, Kendall, North Miami and Miami Beach.
The Security “D” Course will teach students the basic principles of security including; physical security, access control, terrorism awareness and emergency procedures. Skill development shall include report writing, interviewing techniques, crime and accident prevention.
Security D License Course Outline
Chapter 493 Florida Statutes
and Chapter 5N-1, Florida Administrative Code
First Aid Training
Use of Force 776
Crime and Accident scene Protection
Fundamental of Personal Security
Special Problems for Security Officers
Terrorism Awareness II
Wanding & Search Procedures
Introduction to Non-Lethal Weapon