Every private security officer is required by law to undergo annual mandatory training accredited by the PSRA.

This is a requirement by under the Private Security Regulation Act No.13 of 2016 which requires every Private security officer to undergo annual mandatory training accredited by the Private Security Regulatory Authority (PSRA)

This is the PSRA-approved course you need before you can take your exam and get your license / guard force number as a private security officer .

This is an initial course for persons seeking to be employed by private security firms in Kenya. The course aims to build trainee knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to execute duties as private security professionals. The private security level one course consists of 18 lessons. They include an introduction to the security industry, Legal and regulatory framework for the private security industry in Kenya, Labour laws, Security risks, threats and hazards, Basic security procedures, Security equipment and animals, Kitting and turnout, Report writing,Effective communication, Counterterrorism, Health and safety, Emergency preparedness, Ethics and integrity, Career progression and life skills, Public relations and customer service, Emergency level first aid, Physical fitness and foot drills and an Industrial attachment. At the end of the training, trainees will be assessed and provided with a certificate. Trainees that successfully pass their assessment will be recommended for assigning Guard Force Number.