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- This is a Continuing Education (CE) Course and Requires you to Have a Non-Expired Guard Card -
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This course meets the CA State BSIS 8-hour annual continuing education (CE) requirement for all CA State security guards. The course is designed for CA State security guards to take each year, after the first year of having their CA state guard card approved.

(8-Hour BSIS Annual Refresher Course - SC-200) - $24.00

The Annual Refersher course is an 8-hour course that covers a wide variety of topics that are taken directly from the initial 40-hours first year requirement courses. It is designed to re-educate CA state security guards on a variety of important topics.

8-Hour Refresher Course Contents

The 8-Hour refresher course contains topics from the following courses which are parts of the standard BSIS 40-Hour Course set:

  • Power to Arrest and Weapons of Mass Destruction - (SC-101)

  • Communication and its Significance (SC-102)

  • Public Relations (SC-103)

  • Observation and Documentation (SC-104)

  • Liability / Legal Aspects (SC-105)

  • Arrests, Search and Seizure - (SC-106)

Security Guard Training Requirements (California)

The following CA State security guard training requirements are taken from the CA State BSIS website: CA State Security Guard Facts Sheet (BSIS Website Reference).

  • The power to arrest training must be completed prior to the issuance of a Security Guard Registration (BPC Sections 7583.6 and 7583.8).

  • The thirty-two (32) hours of training in security officer skills must be completed within the first six (6) months of licensure.

  • Eight (8) hours of continuing training must be completed annually (BPC 7583.6 and CCR 643).

  • The training may be administered by the guard's employing private patrol operator or by a Bureau-certified course provider.

BSIS Advises: All registered security guards should maintain their own documented proof of completion of their training. Employers are required to maintain records for a minimum of two years; however registrants may need to provide subsequent employers or BSIS with training records. As a result BSIS recommends that registrants maintain copies of all of their own training records.


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