Frequently Asked Questions

Pepper Spray

How long is the pepper spray training course?

The pepper spray training course takes approximately 2 hours to complete and you will be issued the pepper spray permit to use for work immediately the end of your training.

How much does it cost to get the pepper spray training? +

Valley guard training provides pepper spray training to first-time students for a cost of $50 and to returning or continuing students for a cost of $25. Combine the pepper spray training with your guard card training to receive the discounted price.

What days and times does Valley guard training provide pepper spray training? +

Valley Guard Training provides pepper spray training, guard training, firearms training, re-qualifications and continuing education seven days a week during our open hours. There is no appointment necessary and you can start and stop as your schedule permits.

I am not a security guard, can I still take your pepper spray training course? +

The pepper spray training course that we offer is designed for security officers. Civilians do not need to take a course of training to be able to carry pepper spray for their own personal protection. While a permit is not needed, ideally it’s the good idea to have training and an understanding of the defensive tool that you’ll be using. As such, the pepper spray course would be open to anyone at least 18 years of age during our normal business hours.

When will I receive my BSIS approved permit for pepper spray? +

The pepper spray permit is not issued by the Bureau security and investigative services. Valley guard training provides the permit to show proof of training, the date of training, and the instructor providing the training. Your permit will be provided at the end of the class.

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