ARMED AND UNARMED SECURITY GUARD TRAINING AND CLASSES

If you’ve ever considered a career in the security field, now is the time. Indeed, the security guard field in North Carolina is expanding fast.

Getting your certificate before finding your career in security is the best way to start. Many new large organizations and sectors are emerging in the state. This growth, in turn, emphasizes on the need for qualified and licensed security guards. Accordingly this has led to the growth of the security industry, by recruiting and employing more professionals with the valid Security Guard License North Carolina.

In order to help meet that demand we provide security guard training for Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, NC and the surrounding areas.

Get the required training to apply for your NC Guard Card.

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ANNUAL ARMED SECURITY GUARD RECERTIFICATION AND ADVANCED FIREARMS TRAINING

The North Carolina PPSB requires ALL licensees to qualify every year. Including registered security officers, armored car officers and private investigators who carry a firearm in the performance of their duties.  Officer must qualify on day and also night courses of fire and score at least 80% or higher on both to pass.

We HIGHLY recommend that those qualified to carry a firearm re-qualify within 90-days of the expiration date of their registration or license.

In fact, failing to do so will cause a lapse on with your firearm privileges. In short it will be very costly, both in terms of time and money.

Reese Firearms NRA Basic Personal Protection In The Home Course
is an eight-hour course. Students should expect to shoot at least 150 rounds of ammunition. Students will, at minimum, learn basic defensive shooting skills using a flash picture sight, shoot down a hall, transition to non-dominate hand, shoot on the move, shoot over a barricade, perform multiple action drills, strategies for home safety and responding to a violent confrontation, firearms and the law, how to choose a handgun for self-defense, and continued opportunities for skill development.

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NC CONCEAL CARRY CLASSES

In addition to Security Guard training, Reese Firearms, offers North Carolina Conceal Carry and NRA Advanced Firearms training for Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Kernersville, and the surrounding areas.

Get the skills you need to better protect yourself, family, friends, and client. If you are an Armed Security Guard you can apply for the Conceal Carry endorsement on your license.

You do NOT have to be in the security field to receive this training.

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Next Unarmed Classes are:

04/26-27/2018 and 05/14-15/2018 - click for more dates

Armed Guard Pre-Shoot dates are:

Becoming an Armed Guard? We highly recommend you complete our Pre-shoot before attempting your qualification. You will need your handgun, 2-3 magazines, and 150 rounds of ammunition. We will preform the daylight shoot only. Cost is only $25. Click here to sign up 

Next Armed Guard classes are:

Unfortunately the NC Department of Justice cancelled the April 2018 Firearms Trainer Class and has rescheduled it to September 2018. Reese Firearms will not be able to instruct the Armed Guard classes until October 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Next Concealed Carry Classes 04/21/2018, and 04/25/2018 - click for more class dates and information

OUR MISSION

Reese Protective Training is a division of Reese Firearms specializing in training those interested in becoming Unarmed Guards and Armed Guards.

We were founded on the basic idea that we want to help those that want to help themselves, as well as others, in an increasingly dangerous world. Long gone are the days when one could leave their business unmonitored. Safe and secure business require highly trained individuals to protect their assets, both material and human. We provide the necessary Security Guard Training to all of our Unarmed and Armed Security Guard graduates.

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