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California PSO Licensing Training
Proprietary Security Officer (PSO or PPSO) | Approved Training for Insurance Compliance (CALIFORNIA Clients)
The State of California mandates that all in-house guards or bouncers, known as Proprietary Private Security Officers (PSO) under the law, complete 16-hours of job specific training as part of their licensing process. This requirement can be satisfied online through our interactive course. BSIS Approved 16-Hour Online PSO Training.
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Topics included in this course:
|Powers to Arrest||Conflict Resolution and Force|
|Alcohol Service Liabilities||Alcohol Service Rules and Regulations|
|Recognition of Borrowed and Fake Identification||Recognition of Narcotics and Club Drugs|
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Group discounts available and never expire
Purchase 5 + Online Sessions - $110.00 dollars each.
Purchase 10 + Online Sessions - $100.00 dollars each.
Purchase 20 + Online Sessions - $90.00 dollars each
The nightclub security industry is rapidly changing across the country. States and municipalities are seeking other, non-policing, solutions to the increasing violence associated bars, nightclubs and other liquor licensed venues. One proven solution is the requirement of job specific training for the in-house security guard or bouncer.
As of January 1, 2011, the State of California mandates that all in-house guards or “bouncers” complete 16-hours of job specific training as part of their licensing process and NSC has the first approved training course in the State. California BSIS Lic. No. P-0001.
We also offer the Annual two-hour Refresher Training Certification Online so you can keep your license legally up-to-date.
If you are outside of the State of California, then choose our National HOST "Platinum" online course.
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