- 8 Hour Annual Firearms Security Training-No Scheduled Classes at this Time
November 30, 2018
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Our 8 Hour Annual Firearms Security Training Course is taught by our New York State DCJS Certified firearms security instructors. The 8 Hour Annual Firearms Course is designed to refresh and cement important concepts in being a security guard. New York State requires that NYS registered armed security guards must take this course every calendar year, including retired law enforcement officers. Non-retired-LEO armed security guards must take this course as well as the NYS Annual In-Service Security Training Course every calendar year. Since the registration is valid for two years, this course must be completed twice between the date of issuance and date of expiration to be considered for registration renewal. This course is offered as a one full-day or two-days evening course on weekdays and weekends.
Participants must pass a 50-round shooting course with at least 70%(35 rounds) in the designated target area, as well as score at least 70% on a written exam. Upon completion and passing of this course, participants will be issued a Certificate of Completion. This certificate must be submitted to the NYS Department of State for registration renewal. Cost of the course covers qualification with two weapons. Additional weapons are $25 each. Please add any additional weapons to your registration!
You must bring your current NYS Armed Security Guard Registration Card and NYS pistol permit to the class; Those who fail to bring their NYS armed guard registration and NYS pistol permit will not be permitted to attend.
Refund policy: Please see our Terms and Conditions for more information.
Instructor Abbreviation Guide:
MM: Marc Martinez
MS: Matthew D. Seifer
DH: Dwight Hovington
DL: Don Lettieri
Facility: Hauppauge Media Center
Facility Phone: 6313516473Address:
Our seminars are located in the Lower Level in the Media Center. Take the elevators in the lobby down to level “B”. Media Center is adjacent to the elevator entrances.