SHIELD Training

SECURITY. HEALTH. INFORMATION. ELECTRONICS. LAW. DEPLOYMENT

64 hour comprehensive training - VendTech has developed a comprehensive 64 hour security forces training program that seamlessly supplements the DHS Security Guard Information Manual (SGIM) and is approved training material by the Federal Protective Service. We are also available to provide additional training videos, live-exercises, and certified instructors and facilities anywhere in the U.S. and can provide condensed refresher and semi-annual training.

 

  • Basic & Advanced Security Procedures -These are the procedures necessary to perform any security operation at any facility including armed requirements, unarmed requirements and cover these topics:
    • Ethics & Professionalism
    • Principles of Communication
    • Professional Public Relations
    • Understanding Human Behavior
    • The Law and Legal Authorities
    • Crimes and Offenses
    • Search & Seizure
    • Authority to Detain
    • Use of Force
    • Crime Scene Protection
    • Rules of Evidence
    • Security Guard Administration
    • Post Duties
    • Patrol Methods and Hazards
    • General Response
    • Access Control
    • Crime Detection
    • Records, Reports & Forms
    • Special Situations
    • Civil Disturbances
    • Terrorism, Anti-Terrorism & Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Safety and Fire Prevention
    • Code Adam
    • Workplace Violence
    • Bomb Threats and Incidents
    • Hostage Situations
    • Defensive Tactics
    • Sabotage and Espionage
    • Use of Handcuffs
  • First-Aid/CPR/AED - All security guards and protective officers are required to receive some form of first response training and certification validated by the American Red Cross or American Heart Association in accordance with state and local requirements.
  • Firearms (Multiple Weapons Systems) - Armed guard requirements require extensive training and knowledge. Program content includes firearms nomenclature, maintenance, safety, and handling, firearms familiarization practice fire and qualification and certification to the course of fire requirements of any organizations specifications.
  • Intermediate Weapons - These non-lethal weapons offer a significant deterrent in the hands of knowledgeable, trained individuals. Systems include:
    • OC
    • Expandable Baton
    • Handcuffs
  • Security Systems -These system training requirements include pre-post deployment, on-the-job training, and post-deployment training to ensure personnel are fully able to operate, monitor, and assess the functionality of these operations. Such systems can include but are not limited to:
    • Access Controls (Gates, Card-Swipe Entry)
    • Utility Controls (Thermostat, Boiler, Fire Sprinkler, Lights, Generators)
    • CCTV
    • IDS
    • Magnetometer/X-ray etc
  • Specific Procedures -Several industries and federal agency facilities require specialized training to meet the specific needs of their operations. These training requirements may include but are not limited to:
    • Blood Borne Pathogen
    • SCIF
    • Hazmat Awareness
    • Construction detail
    • Traffic control
    • Facility Orientation and Post Procedures