The N.J. Uniform Construction Code requires candidates for licensure to complete specified
educational programs. Licensing is based on a combination of education, experience and testing. Call the Department of Community Affairs at 609.984.7834 for information on specific licensing requirements. Students must follow established prerequisites.
75% of student tuition may be refunded (subject to availability of State funding) provided students adhere to NJ state guidelines.
Our seven hour course features instructor-led training and your exam. Please notify the Continuing Education office at least three weeks in advance of the start date of your class if you prefer to take the exam in Spanish or Chinese.
To be certified as a Security Officer in New Jersey, you must take a mandatory 24-hour class
as prescribed by the NJ State Security Officer Registration Act. In this authorized course, learn about homeland security, counter terrorism measures, emergency response and incident command systems, security officer’s duties and responsibilities, standard operating procedures,
ethics and professional conduct, effective communications, NJ Attorney General’s Use of Force
Policy, and report writing. Instruction is provided by Trend Executive Protection Services, a New Jersey company with more than 50 years of combined experience in public and private security operations and training. You must register for this course at least one week prior to the start date. Late registrations will not be accepted.
Successfully complete Emergency Telecommunicator and Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) listed below and qualify for the 911 Dispatcher Certification.