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Our Purpose Unites Us

S2W Security Training foundation is based on strong values – Integrity, Vigilance, and Helpfulness.  Our purpose serves as a consistent reminder of why our work is so important to our colleagues, clients and the community.

Safety is a basic premise for all of us to enjoy life with friends and family as well as to succeed at work. Threats to our safety are ever increasing and becoming more complex. Therefore, our commitment to helping make the world a safer place is more important than ever.

S2W Security Officer Training Monday-Thursday

S2W Security Officer Training Saturday & Sunday

Employment Outlook

  • Type of work
  • Employers
  • Work conditions
  • Employment outlook

Security Officers protect properties against theft and vandalism, control access to establishments, maintain order and enforce regulations at public events and within establishments.

The specific duties of a security agent vary depending on the assignment and the work site. The more common duties of a security guard are:

  • Protect people, property and assets
  • Prevent or detect break-ins, vandalism, unauthorized presence or activity on private property
  • Prevent or detect theft and loss of merchandise, money or documents
  • Enforce established company rules, regulations, policies, and practices in order to maintain order, reduce crime, and resolve conflicts
  • Control access to establishments and direct visitors to appropriate areas
  • Patrol assigned areas, inside and outside
  • Write reports
  • Attend to persons with special needs
  • Respond to alarms and other emergencies

Majority of the security agents are employed by private security agencies. Other major employers are

  • Government
  • Educational and health institutions
  • Transportation and warehousing facilities
  • Organizations throughout the private and public sectors
  • Construction companies
  • Malls
  • Retail stores
  • Office towers
  • Residential complexes
  • Financial institutions
  • Industrial establishments, etc

Security guards may be assigned to work indoors or outside.

Working hours vary depending upon the employer’s needs and type of work. Security agents are often required to work nights, evenings, weekends or holidays, and can be assigned at several locations within a short period of time.

Majority of security agents have a full time job, but part time and on call positions are also available.

Duties often involve extended standing, walking, stair climbing, and exposure to inclement weather. The security agent works in uniform.

The security industry plays an important role in the economy and this occupation offers a wide range of career opportunities and challenges. The industry is open to students looking for a part time job, individuals passionate about security who plan building a long-term career in this field, people in search for a second job to increase their monthly budget, individuals who change their career path, retirees who wish to return to the labor market, etc.

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Our private security guard training program for security agents meets the requirements of the Bureau de la sécurité privée in order to obtain a security agent license.
  • We are a certified vocational training and employment center
  • Excellent employment rate - approximately 92 % of our graduates get a job within one month after receiving their security agent permit.
  • We constantly innovate to provide the best training program and the best price/performance ratio.
  • We are listening to our student’s needs and offer them a full range of comprehensive services and efficient solutions
  • We are proud to offer an exceptional customer service that meets the high expectations of our students.

WHAT SETS US APART

  • Complete training program that provides students with the interpersonal and professional skills required for a career as a security guard.
  • Courses are designed to provide students with high-quality theoretical and practical teaching and learning.
  • We personalize our teaching as necessary to ensure that the learning needs of all students are met.
  • Assist integration into the work environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. Where can I find the initial application for attending Security Guard School
  • 2. What happens if I misplace my security guard license
  • 3. How Long Is the course?
  • 4. Does your school offer this course online.
  • 5. What other locations can I take your class
  • 6. What happens if I can't attend every single day
  • 7. What happens if I can only attend a few hours on different days
  • 8. Is it true that you guys offer classes on the weekends, if so what are the hours
  • 9. How much can I earn with as a Security Guard?
  • 10. Do you take partial payments for the course
  • 11. What is your refund policy?
  • 12. Will I be able to get a license if I have been arrested
  • 13. What is the difference between the Florida Security ā€œDā€ License and the ā€œGā€ License?
  • 14. Are courses available online?
  • 15. How long is my license valid for?
  • 16. Are state licenses interchangeable between states?
  • 17. Is there going to be a test in this course?
  • 18. What happens after I pass the final exam?

*The initial application can be found on our website by going to s2wsecurity.com

* If your security license has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you can obtain a replacement license by contacting the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer services.

The replacement fee is $15.00
Division of Licensing
P.O. Box 5767
Tallahassee, FL 32314-5767

Please include the following items:

  • A written statement explaining that your license has been lost, stolen or destroyed, and
  • Your replacement fee (paid by check or money order made payable to the Division of Licensing).

*The course is 44 hours consisting of either four (11) hour days or 2 consecutive weekends: Saturday:11hrs & Sunday 11hrs (must equal 44 hours)

* The course is not offered online

* The class can be taken at the following location
5101 N. 40th Street,Suite B,Tampa,FL 33610

*Make up days are offered. You must speak with your instructor for more information.

*Make up days are offered. You must speak with your instructor for more information.

*Yes S2W Security Training offers weekend classes. The hours are
Saturday: 7:30am - 6:30pm
Sunday: 7:30am - 6:30pm
(2 consecutive weekends)
Week Days:
Monday -Thursday: 7:30am - 6:30pm

*The average salary for a security guard is $13.06 per hour in Florida.

*Full Payment is required in order to register for unarmed Security Guard class.

*If after the first day of class, you feel the class is not for you, S2W Training will offer a full refund.
No refund will be provided if you attend more than one class.

*In order to qualify for a unarmed security guard license you must have no disqualifying criminal history.

The “D” license is a security officer license for unarmed officers. The “G” license is the statewide firearms license, and allows the license holding to carry firearms while on duty.

The State of Florida no longer allows online training for security licenses. All classes must be taken in person.

Your license is valid for 2 years and must be renewed within 3 months after it expires. If it has been expired for more than 3 months, you may need to retake the training. If possible, always renew your license at least 3 months prior to expiration.

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There will be a 170-question multiple choice test and you will need to finish with a minimum of 75% to pass the class. (up to 2 hours maximum time allowed)

After passing the course you will need to apply for a temporary “D” License which will validate you for security guard work until your official license arrives in the mail within about 30 to 90 days.

Refund Policy

  • S2W Training Refund Policy

Students may request a full refund of all dues paid for class registration under the following circumstances.

  • Students that attend the first day of class and are not satisfied with the class.
  • Students who provide notice of cancellation within 12 hours (excluding federal and state holidays) of attending Day 1 of class.

Refunds will be provided within 14 calendar days of receiving notice of cancellation.

*S2W Security is not responsible for class cancellation due to inclement weather or acts of nature, however, students are offered the opportunity to makeup missed classed due to weather or acts of nature.

Disclaimer

  • Disclaimer

The information provided in this course has been compiled from sources believed to be reliable, and represents the best professional judgment of Safe N Secure/S2W Security Training. However, the accuracy of the information presented is not guaranteed, nor is any responsibly assumed or implied, by Safe N Secure/S2W Security Training for any damaged or loss resulting from inaccuracies or omissions. Safe N Secure/S2W Security Training disclaims any liability with respect to the use of any information, procedure, product, or reliance thereon by anyone. The list of techniques and procedures included in this manual is not comprehensive and is meant to serve as a base, upon which students can expand.

Laws may vary greatly by city, county, or state. This manual is not intended to provide legal advice or establish standards of reasonable behavior. We do not assume, and hereby specifically disclaim, any liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage alleged to have been caused by any error information in this course.

Conduct Standards And Code Of Ethics

  • Conduct Standards And Code Of Ethics
  • Personal Conduct
  • Doing Business With Other People Or Organizations
  • Customer Relations

S2W Security Training & Safe & Secure, believe that high ethical standards are the foundation of a successful business. Customer loyalty and respect from the communities in which we work stem from our reputation as a fair and honest company. We have the utmost confidence in the values and ethics of our employees and representatives of the SNS.

Having said this, the complex industry and competitive environment in which all of us work can sometimes present situations that raise uncertainty as to the appropriate actions that should be taken. We recommend that every company publish an Ethics Policy that is designed to both inform and educate employees and to prepare them with the appropriate response in challenging situations.

As individuals working within an organization, we each play a vital role in upholding our reputation for integrity and the company’s ethics policy. Although a company’s ethics and principles should remain constant, the environment and the situation in which they are applied are fluid. An Ethics Policy cannot anticipate every ethical question that may arise, and it does not substitute for sound judgment on the part of the individual. However, possessing the qualities of enduring honesty, integrity, and good faith will help safeguard the company’s reputation for ethical business practices. An Ethics Policy covers three overarching topics:

  • Personal conduct and protection of Company assets
  • Doing business with other people and organizations
  • Conflicts of interest and other considerations that may arise outside of work

Staff is entrusted with primary responsibility for sound business conduct and compliance. Each day, every employee of the operation each make thousands of decisions and statements and take other actions that collectively create the reality and perception of the fairness and integrity of the operation. Everything employees do as individuals reflect on the company as a whole.

An Ethics Policy is not implemented to set standards for the conduct of the individual’s personal life. However, if an employee’s actions off the job affect the company’s interests, their own performance, or that of co-workers, the Ethics Policy will apply. In addition, it may also be appropriate for the company to take action to protect its interests if an individual’s personal conduct negatively impacts the company, its employees, or other aspects of the business.

Each operation has many business assets, both tangible (physical property, equipment, and inventory) and intangible (information, human resources, intellectual property, goodwill, and so on). Employees are expected to be vigilant in protecting all company assets, and of course to not steal from the company. All staff should be encouraged to report any learned theft, misuse, or other risk to company assets promptly to a manager.

Staff is expected to support the spirit and abide by the letter of the published Ethics Policy, and to solicit the guidance of senior management when any questions arise. Staff should be encouraged to support relationships of mutual respect among employees. Each individual should do their part to create a safe and productive work environment for everyone. This includes bringing issues to management’s attention when there is a belief that certain conditions are distracting from a safe and productive work environment.

S2W Security Training conduct standards dictate the general behavior for security guards and SNS students. Individuals conducting business with or for S2W Security Training are expected to show a positive attitude at all times. Professional conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Avoid mannerisms and habits that are distractive, such as:
    • Slouching or not looking someone in the eye during a conversation
    • Using tobacco products or chewing gum
    • Tapping fingers in impatience, sighing loudly and/or any other physical expression of frustration, disinterest or contempt
  • Always be neatly groomed and dressed, including a clean uniform when required.
    • Tattoos should be covered during class time.
    • Hair, if long, should be pulled back and neatly tied.
    • No hat, cap, bandanna or other head or face covering apparel.
    • Closed toe shoes (or tied if there are laces).
    • Pressed pants worn at the waistline (no visible underwear).
    • Pressed shirt, T-shirt or polo shirt, none of which should be apparel designed with a statement or opinion expressed.
  • Pay attention to instructors / other students and show respect to both.
  • Promote understanding and respect for firearm safety and refrain from substance abuse;
  • Treat all equipment and property as if it were personal property;
  • Extend a polite and courteous manner to everyone;
  • Stay open-minded to the opinions of others; train and work with a positive attitude;
  • Share knowledge with others;
  • Be reliable and dependable;
  • Act with honesty and integrity in interactions with all people.

All managers, supervisors, and employees otherwise in positions of authority have a special burden to maintain and support a healthy work environment. Promotion or assignment to a position of authority carries with it the duty to treat employees respectfully and fairly.

Managers or team leaders have many additional responsibilities. They must:

  • Develop and support a work environment where ethical conduct is recognized, valued, and exemplified;
  • Assist and support employees who raise questions or concerns in good faith about ethics and legal compliance;
  • Monitor and enforce compliance with the policy standards;
  • Set a good example and encourage others to do likewise;
  • Exercise careful judgment and take appropriate precautions to protect the welfare of those with whom they work;
  • Do not engage in discrimination on any basis prescribed by law;
  • Do not engage in sexual harassment;
  • Do not make false or misleading statements;
  • Respect the rights of others to hold values, attitudes, and opinions that differ from their own. Demonstrate and adhere to ethical practices, with respect for all.

Managers should take all responsible measures to honor all commitments they make to others, including executives, chefs and staff.

In the security industry, there are a variety of business relationships that are developed with other companies and organizations, including suppliers and contracted personnel. It is important that when interacting with outside individuals, whether you are selling or buying, to keep lawful and ethical behavior and support the company’s reputation as a fair-dealing company.

Suppliers competing for the organization’s business must have confidence in the fairness of your selection process; it’s the only way to ensure that you’ll get honest bids from the best competitors.

If you participate in supplier selection, you must have an impartial approach and documented procedures. Keep pricing and any other information submitted by suppliers, confidential. Do not use any information about suppliers outside of your own company without written permission from management. Regardless of whether you are actually in a position to influence decisions about suppliers, you must not exert (or attempt to exert) influence to get “special treatment” for anyone. Even to appear to do so can undermine the company’s integrity.

A long and fruitful customer relationship is one of an organization’s most valued assets. In dealing with customers, you must preserve those assets by dealing in good faith at all times, by representing your products and services, making comparisons fairly and without disparagement, and promising only what you can deliver.

The ultimate aim is the satisfaction of all customers, existing and new. Never sacrifice that long-term goal for a short-term gain. A transaction that offers an immediate benefit to S2W Security and SNS at the expense of customer happiness is never worth it. Do not disparage your competition. Should you possess non-public information about a competing company, you must refrain from using it to influence a customer, even if you believe the information to be true.

Sometimes our customers or vendors may become our friends. It is normal to interact with friends in your business setting. In such cases, you must use good judgment to avoid the possibility that your friendship might be perceived as possessing an unfair advantage or creating undue influence. You must also take care that your personal activities relating to the customer or vendor excludes any exchange of obligations that could negatively affect your position.