Georgia Security Training
The folks at Georgia Security Agency believe that more than 300,000 new security positions will become available in the state of Georgia over the next five years. To meet the looming demand, they offer certification and licensing courses and maintain a large database where interested parties can search for security jobs and register their information. But their classes don't stop at merely prepping individuals to one day guard the state's nest of golden eggs. They also delve into private investigation and store detective training. For civilians, they offer bodyguard services or self-defense and firearm-training courses.