Available courses

CPR - AED Training

CPR - AED Training

Safe practices at work, home, and play can prevent many injuries, illnesses, and deaths. However, once injury or sudden illness has occurred, effective first aid can make the difference between a rapid or prolonged recovery, a temporary or permanent disability, and even life or death.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) defines first aid as “emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before professional emergency medical treatment becomes available.”

Rand Corporation Compliance Training Washington Office

Rand Corporation Compliance Training Washington Office

Rand Corporation Security Officer Post Orders Washington Office

Here you will find a course developed and based on Rand Corporation needs. This course will provide the officers assigned to the Rand Corporation a working knowledge of Post Orders coupled with on the job training will lead to a compliant site security officer.

Virginia Entry Level Handgun Training Course

Virginia Entry Level Handgun Training Course

Upon completion of this period of instruction, the student will correctly indicate the following on a written examination in accordance with the instruction provided:

1. The four court “tests” for the use of deadly force

2. Definition of terms relating to firearms, nomenclature, functionality (single/double action)

3. Ammunition types which are suitable for private security use

4. Proper handgun cleaning materials

5. The most disruptive error in handgun shooting from a list

6. The proper description of the principle of sight alignment

7. The common cause of mechanical failures in both revolvers and semi-automatic firearms

8. The regulations regarding firearms endorsement

9. That individuals must qualify with each type and caliber of firearm that they will carry


Active Shooter Training and Readiness

Active Shooter Training and Readiness

An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and other populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims. Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly.

All employees can help prevent and prepare for potential active shooter situations. This course provides guidance to individuals, including managers and employees, so that they can prepare to respond to an active shooter situation.

This course is not written for law enforcement officers, but for non-law enforcement employees. The material may provide law enforcement officers information on recommended actions for non-law enforcement employees to take should they be confronted with an active shooter situation.

https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-907

Key Control AR 190-51 and AR 190-11

Key Control AR 190-51 and AR 190-11

The Contractor shall establish and implement methods in accordance with AR 190-51 and AR 190-11 to ensure all keys issued to the Contractor by the Government are not lost or misplaced and are not used by unauthorized persons. NOTE: All references to keys include key cards. No keys issued to the Contractor by the Government shall be duplicated. The Contractor shall develop procedures covering key control that shall be included in the Contractor’s Security Plan.

OPSEC-KFOR Acess and Badging

OPSEC-KFOR Acess and Badging

This course is designed to provide additional and redundant training to instruct guards in the purpose and importance of OPSEC and proper badging / Access control mechanisms in place.

Key control under AR 190-51, 190-11

Key control under AR 190-51, 190-11

Key Control refers to various methods for making sure that certain keys are only used by authorized people. ... A system of key control includes strategies for keeping track of which keys are carried by which people, as well as strategies to prevent people from giving away copies of the keys to unauthorized users.

iWATCH Training and Compliance

iWATCH Training and Compliance

The Contractor and all associated subcontractors shall brief all employees on the local iWATCH program (training standards provided by the requiring activity ATO). This locally developed training will be used to inform employees of the types of behavior to watch for and instruct employees to report suspicious activity to the COR. This training shall be completed within thirty (30) days after the contract is awarded and within thirty (30) after new employees commence contract performance, with the results reported to the COR within thirty-five.

Anti-Terrorism (AT) Level I Training

Anti-Terrorism (AT) Level I Training

The Contractor shall submit certificates of completion for each affected Contractor employee and subcontractor employee to the COR (or to the Contracting Officer, if a COR is not assigned) within Five (5) days after completion of this training by all employees and subcontractor personnel. AT Level I awareness training is available at https://jkodirect.jten.mil. Contractor personnel shall complete refresher training (Deliverable # A.025) every twelve (12) months except AOR specific AT Level I training which shall be completed as required by local AT policies.