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Welcome to my New EduBlog

Filed under: Uncategorized — mikeapplegate at 10:02 pm on Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Hi everyone, I’m Mike Applegate and I’m considered a career expert in the security guard industry. I wanted to create an educational blog to share my knowledge of security guard licensing and training requirements. Because licensing is regulated and overseen on a state-by-state level, new security guards often find it hard to get started with the application process. However, with a decent and up-to-date guide, most state’s security guard license application procedures are pretty simple and straight-forward. That’s what i am going to provide here, up-to-date and step-by-step guides on how to obtain a security guard license and complete the required training modules. I have been writing guides for a few weeks now, but didn’t find the right platform to publish them. Now that i’ve found EduBlogs, i can group all of my licensing guides in one place. I’m going to start posting in the very near future, but until then, you might take a look at something i’ve published before on another platform. For instance, if you click this link you will see an article by my hand that describes how to get licensed as a security guard in the state of California, where a license is commonly referred to as guard card. For more information about the California guard card, you can visit the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services Here.

Until next time, when i’ll be posting my first licensing guide, why don’t we start with the first letter in the alphabet? My first guide will be a detailed tutorial on how to get a security guard license in Alaska… See you then!


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Filed under: Uncategorized — mikeapplegate at 9:48 pm on Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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