Lagarda Security Guard Training

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Yes, it’s an extensive process but that is what makes us worth it. One of the large problems faced with hiring a security company is the idea “that all companies are the same”. We do not just fill our positions with warm bodies. We fill them with individuals having warm minds.

We at Lagarda Security pride ourselves on self-Improvement. Officers are rewarded for their completion of every course. We offer many incentive programs not only to prepare our officers with the associated physical stress but the mental fatigue as well. Below we have highlighted a few of the courses we offer. These classes are not only available to our officers but, the client and general public as well.

Featured Classes

Sensitivity Training:

Training in a small interacting group that is designed to increase each individual’s awareness of his or her own feelings and the feelings of others and to enhance interpersonal relations through the exploration of the behavior, needs, and responses of the individuals making up the group.

Crisis Prevention Intervention Training:

As an educator, health care provider, or human service provider, you face challenging behavior and potentially dangerous situations every day. How you respond greatly determines the safety of everyone involved—and profoundly impacts your relationships with those in your care. Clear policies and effective, ongoing training go a long way in helping avoid violent incidents and escalating crises.

A crisis can be defined as a moment in time when an individual in your charge loses rational, and at times even physical, control over her own behavior. This can be very challenging and anxiety producing for those responsible for intervening. Due to the chaotic, unpredictable nature of a crisis, it is vital that staff stay calm and proceed with a plan. These crisis moments do not sprout into being without roots; there are almost always warning signs that let you know an individual’s behavior is escalating.

CPR/First Aid

Would you know what to do in a cardiac, breathing or first aid emergency? The right answer could help you save a life. With an emphasis on hands-on learning, our First Aid/CPR/AED courses give you the skills to save a life. All course options align with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs and are available in classroom and blended learning formats. Certification is issued upon successful completion. Course options:

First Aid: Learn how to respond to common first aid emergencies, including burns; cuts; head, neck and back injuries and more.

CPR/AED Learn how to respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies in adults, including the use of automated external defibrillators (AED).

Training Guide

  • Ethical code of conduct
  • Basic security procedures
  • Report Writing
  • Basic first aid training
  • Emergency response preparation
  • State laws & American legal system
  • Sensitivity training
  • Communication training
  • Use of force training
  • Anti-terrorism preparation
  • Patrol Techniques
  • Emergency Response
  • Evacuation
  • Report Writing
  • Phone Etiquette
  • Crisis Prevention Intervention
  • Post Order Procedures
  • Access Control
  • Alarm/Fire system training
  • Crisis Prevention Intervention
  • Haz-Mat Awareness/Operations/Emergency
  • Blood Borne Pathogens
  • Control/Restraint
  • Less Lethal Weapons
  • Edged Weapons & Spontaneous Response
  • Street Combative
  • OC (Pepper) Spray
  • Expandable Baton
  • Hand Cuffing Safety and Procedure
  • Firearms Safety
  • Loading/Unloading of the Weapon
  • Use of Concealment and Cover
  • Emergency Situation Response
  • Law Enforcement Cooperation
  • Live Range Firing (100 rounds)
  • Active Shooter Drills

    LaGarda Participates in Active Shooter Drill

    LaGarda Security sponsored about 40 to 50 law enforcement personnel from nine different agencies to participate in two emergency readiness training drills Thursday at both Grand Blanc High School campuses. The drill was set up to put the roughly 1,200 staff through a mock live shooter event to help them in case it actually happens in the future. “The purpose is basically for school safety. We want to re-enact as realistically as possible a real live shooter situation,” said Dan Wolschleger, school liaison officer for Grand Blanc Middle School West. “(We want to) see if we have any safety issues more