Step 2: Register To Get Your Guard Card (Choosing your eduGuard package)

Joel here and I have decided to get my California Guard Card.  I need 40 hours of security training certificates.  I see eduGuard’s different course packages provide some options to get the training and certificates I need so I can get my Guard Card.  All packages are good for one year after I purchase so I have lots of time to get this training done.  Before I register, I need to select a course package.  I want the one that fits my budget best.

  • I can purchase package A, $49, which has the courses for the initial 8 hours of courses required to apply for my Guard Card.  Once I get my guard card I can be hired which is awesome but wow, I see I will need more training within 30 days after getting hired.
  • Package B, $79, has the courses for the Mandatory 16 hours of training and all the Electives to choose from for the required final 16 hours of Electives. Buying package A and then B would fulfill the 40 hours of required initial training.

This looks like a pretty cool way to go.

  1. I wouldn’t have to spend all the money at one time.
  2. If I don’t have a job lined up right away, I can purchase A now and purchase B after I am making some money.

Hey but wait, I can save $ with Package C – 40 Hours at $99.  I can get all required 40 hours, and have access for one full year to over 80 hours of courses that I can take any time I want.  This will give me time to find a job while I study.  That’s a big enough savings that I will choose Package C.


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  2. Magnum Protective Services November 3, 2016

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