$125 Non-Refundable

(( 50% Deposit NONREFUNDABLE is you cancel within 72 hours before the start of class ))
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$25 per additional qualification / firearm / exam

Re-Qualifications will take place on Wednesdays & Sundays throughout each month.

September 12th (Sunday)COURSE DONE
September 15th (Wednesday)COURSE DONE
September 29th (Wednesday)COURSE DONE
October 6th (Wednesday)COURSE DONE
October 17th (Sunday)REGISTER
October 20th (Wednesday)REGISTER
October 31st (Sunday)REGISTER

Cost includes:
  • Range & Classroom Fee
  • Target
  • Certificate of Completion
  • D.A.C.S. Form 16005 (white-original copy)
Each Student is Responsible for bringing:
  • Current and Valid “G” License
  • Duty Firearm, magazines, and holster
  • Proper Ammunition, 48 rounds for each qualifying attempt, maximum 3 attempts.

In accordance with Florida Statutes, this is an Armed Re-Certification Course for the below license holders:

Class “D”

Security Officer

Class “M”, “MA”, “MB”

Security & Private Investigative

Agency Managers

Class “C”, “CC”

Private Investigator/Interns

The re-certification course includes a minimum of 4 hours which includes 3 hours of classroom, followed by 1 hour for range certification.  A maximum of 12 students will be allowed to enroll in the course.  Only six students will fire on the range at one time, in accordance with the Firearms Instructor Training Manual (FITM).  The course material (student guide and course information) will be presented in English.

1.  Legal Aspects:  A review of legal aspects of the use of firearms, when to use a gun, and, civil and criminal liability.  It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to the participant to review and study the following Florida Statutes, PRIOR to your course date:


Your Plan


Chapter 493

Part I (General Provisions): Section's: 6105, 6111, 6113, 6115, 6118, 6120, 6121

Part II (private investigative services): section: 6201

part iii (private security services): section's: 6301, 6303, 6305

Chapter 775

Section's: 01, 011, 012, 02, 021, 04, 08, 081, 082, 0823, 083

Chapter 776

Section's: 012, 031, 041, 06

Chapter 790

Section's: 001, 01, 015, 02, 051, 052, 053, 054, 06, 061, 065, 0655, 07 ,08, 09, 10, 115, 145, 15,151, 153, 155, 157, 16, 161, 1612, 1615, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 169, 17, 173, 174, 175, 18, 19, 22, 221, 225, 23, 233, 235, 24, 251, 256, 27, 29, 31, 33, 331

2.  Written Exam: Participants must achieve a minimum score of 70%.  The exam is comprised of 50 questions (True/False & Multiple Choice).  This is not a “group effort” exam.  Professional integrity is expected.
3.  Practical Exercise:  Review of Operational Firearms Safety, and Firearms Mechanical Training.
4.  Range Qualification:  Review of Firearms Qualification, and Firearms Qualification.  It is recommended participants review the 2-target, 7-Stage course of fire, and the time permitted for each string of fire.  Shots fired past the time allotted will have no point value.  The participant must achieve a minimum acceptable score of 168 points out of a possible 240.  Your firearm must be safe and in good working order.
Arrival on your training day:  ALL weapons will be encased, and remain in your vehicle until advised otherwise by the instructor.  There is no ammunition allowed in the classroom.  Wear appropriate outdoor range clothing.  Rain will not cancel this course.  After all, a professional is prepared to exercise their duties in various physical environments.

Below is some links to get you started in studying the required material, all the below information can also be found at the Department of Agriculture’s Division of Licensing site here.

PDF Download:

CHAPTER 493CHAPTER 790CHAPTER 776CHAPTER 7755N-1.132G License Recertification Handbook and Study Guide


Link to Chapter 493Link to Chapter 790Link to Chapter 776Link to Chapter 775Link to 5N-1.132Link to Student Handbook and Study Guide