Nashville, Tennessee Jun 20, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Angel Rodriguez CPP Owner of Alliance Training and testing is thrilled to announce the release of their new security guard training podcast. Each episode of the podcast will focus on important topics related to the security guard industry. Listeners can expect to learn about everything from firearms training to report writing. The podcast will also provide helpful tips and advice for those who are interested in becoming a security guard.
“The Security Guard Training Podcast is another tool we are using to make it easier for people to learn about being or becoming a security officer,” said Alliance Training and Testing Owner Angel Rodriguez CPP. “Some folks do not like to read or simply do not have the time, our podcast is a very effective way to distribute relevant information that is easy to absorb for everyone.”
The podcast provides an overview of the regulatory process for becoming a security guard in Tennessee and includes useful information on the required training, testing, and background check procedures. The podcast is also a great resource for security guards who want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, and best practices, and keep their skills sharp. Check out the latest episode for a dive deep into “Effective Techniques to Improve Observation Skills for Security Guards“
The Alliance Training and Testing podcast is completely free and available on Audible, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Anchor FM. Alliance Training & Testing is the most reputable and trusted veteran-led five-star rated security guard license training in Tennessee. Alliance Training and Testing specializes in training students for the Tennessee Armed and Unarmed Security Guard License Training in the classroom and online in Nashville, Tennessee. Graduates of Alliance Training and Testing receive expert security guard training that exceeds state requirements.
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