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Online Security Guard Training and Career Center

Welcome to Security Guard Training Headquarters! We have everything you need to make your life easier as you begin your career as a security guard officer. State specific training requirements, a step-by-step hiring process, potential employers and interviews to help you get hired are just some of the helpful things you'll find here.

Top 10 Cities Hiring Security Guards Now

Security positions are perfect for individuals looking for flexible working hours and attention to detail. Candidates range from new entry-level job seekers to former police officers and veterans, and the top cities for this type of employment are listed first. Here’s a tip: when looking for jobs in the security field, look for areas with […]

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Security Guard Resumes – What to Include: Part 2

In a previous security guard resume post the objectives and skill sets were talked about. It’s vital to include those in your security guard resume, but experience and education are also important. Some wonder why they need to include this information in their resume. One of the main reasons is that it gives the potential […]

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Armed Security Guard Training in New Jersey

Armed security guards in New Jersey must be licensed. In addition, additional training, which includes firearms training, is required. After all requirements are met, license is administered by the New Jersey Superintendent’s office. Basic requirements for Armed Security guards in New Jersey: You must be at least 18 years old United States citizen or legal […]

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New Jersey Security Guard Training

Registration with the State of New Jersey through the Superintendent is required before you can be employed as, or perform the functions and activities of a security officer. An application can be filled out and filed on this security guard application form, where you will be then required to, under oath, provide: Your name, residence […]

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