Annual Refresher Training

2017 Annual BSIS Renewal/Refresher/Continuing Education Training (8-hours)

This course supports mobile devices.

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Security Training Center,® LLC - 8-hours, 2017 Annual BSIS Renewal/Refresher/Continuing Education Training

This course meets the BSIS continuing education requirement of an additional 8 hours annually pursuant to Business and Professions Code Section 7583.6(f) (1).

At the end of the course the student is provided with a Certificate of Completion in compliance with the appearance requirements stated in Title 16, California Code of Regulations, section 643 (b).

Updated for 2017.

The student has 30-days to complete the coursework.

Price: $23.99

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Certificates and forms:

  • Certificate of Completion.
  • Emailed after successful completion of course.
  • Packets are emailed 2 business days (Monday - Friday) after successful course completion. Weekends and holidays are not business days.

Lesson 1, Advanced Arrest, Search & Seizure

Objectives:

  • Understand the laws of arrest as they apply to private citizens
  • Understand the appropriate use of force
  • Understand the differences between detention and arrest
  • Understand and define false imprisonment
  • Understand and conduct appropriate searches and apply Merchant Privilege
  • Understand and define seizure as it applies to private citizens
  • Complete the Advanced Arrest, Search & Seizure Final Exam with a 100% score in accordance with regulations.

Subjects
  1. California Penal Codes
  2. Reasonable Cause versus Probable Cause
  3. Making an Arrest
  4. After the Arrest
  5. Merchant Law, Loss Prevention and Searches
  6. Exclusionary Rule
  7. False Imprisonment
  8. Use of Force in Detention
  9. Searches
  10. Frisk
  11. Evidence
  12. Use of Force
  13. Use of Lethal or Deadly Force

Lesson 2, Handling Difficult People

Objectives:

  • Summarize four specific reasons why consumers may become violent
  • Identify personal reactions to confrontation
  • Understand personal Risk Factors related to violent behavior
  • Explain the Stress Model
  • Discuss the Theoretical Models of Assault
  • Understand how the working environment can affect behavior.
  • Configure a safe working environment
  • Complete the Handling Difficult People Final Exam with a 100% score in accordance with regulations.

Subjects

  1. Communications and Conflict Management
  2. Recognizing and Responding to Pre-Attack Indicators
  3. The Tueller Principle
  4. Handling Difficult Personalities