Security Guard Training Program

Basic Security Guard Training Course: 32 Hours

$199.95

  • Chapter 1. Introduction to the Security Industry

    • Section 1: History Of Security

    • Section 2: Different Jobs In The Security Industry

    • Section 3: Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities Needed To Perform Well

    • Section 4: Job Specifications, Activities, And Demands Of A Security Guard

    • Section 5: Security Industry Background And Changes In The Industry

  • Chapter 2. PSISA - Code of Conduct

    • Section 6: Private Security And Investigative Services Act, 2005 (Psisa)

    • Section 7: Code Of Conduct

  • Chapter 3. Basic Security Procedures

    • Section 8: Surveillance Techniques

    • Section 9: The Basic Elements Of Security

    • Section 10: Drug Effects, Substance Abuse And Related Drug Paraphernalia

    • Section 11: Confidentiality

    • Section 12: Procedures For Handling, Storing, Disseminating And Destroying Information Of A Personal Nature

    • Section 13: Personal Information Protection And Electronic Documents Act (Pipeda) Regarding The Protection Of Personal Information

    • Section 14: Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA)

  • Chapter 4. Note Taking, Statements, Report Writing and Intelligence

    • Section 15: Note Taking

    • Section 16: Witness Statements

    • Section 17: Report Writing

    • Section 18: Intelligence

  • Chapter 5. Health and Safety

    • Section 19: Occupational Health And Safety Act

    • Section 20: Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (Whmis)

  • Chapter 6. Emergency Response Preparation

    • Section 21: Identify The Criteria’s Of A Potential Emergency

    • Section 22: Emergency Response Procedures

    • Section 23: The Potential Roles Of A Security Guard In Emergency Situations

    • Section 24: How To Implement Duty Of Care

  • Chapter 7. Canadian Legal System

    • Section 25: How Laws Are Made

    • Section 26: How Laws Are Managed

    • Section 27: The Process That Leads To A Person Being Accused, Charged And Convicted.

    • Section 28: Canadian Criminal Court System

  • Chapter 8. Evidence

    • Section 29: Types Of Evidence

    • Section 30: The Ontario Evidence Act And Canada Evidence Act That Pertain To Admissible Evidence

    • Section 31: Commonly Accepted Approaches To The Collection, Preservation Handling And Sealing Of Audio/Visual Materials

    • Section 32: Presentation Of Evidence

  • Chapter 9. Legal Authorities

    • Section 33: Important Legislation

    • Section 34: Criminal Code Of Canada

    • Section 35: Elements Of Tort Law In Security Situations

    • Section 36: Municipal By-Laws

  • Chapter 10. Effective Communications

    • Section 37: Oral And Written Communication Skills

    • Section 38: Tactical Communication

    • Section 39: Discuss The Following Interpersonal Skills

  • Chapter 11. Sensitivity Training

    • Section 40: Recognizing One’s Own Biases And How These Can Influence Situations

    • Section 41: Recognizing The Impact Of Mental, Physical, Cultural And Sexual Differences On Situational Dynamics

  • Chapter 12. Use of Force Theory

    • Section 42: Authority To Use Force Under The Criminal Code Of Canada

    • Section 43: How To Act Under Stress And Maintain Composure

    • Section 44: Positional Asphyxia And Excited Delirium

  • Chapter 13. Anti Terrorism Training

    • Section 43: Definition of a terrorist

    • Section 44: History of terrorism in Canada

    • Section 45: Response to terrorism techniques

    • Section 46: Terrorism weapons

    • Section 47: Response to terrorism techniques

  • Chapter 14. Basic Security Crisis Intervention

    • Section 48: Aggressive Behavior

    • Section 49: Conflicts

    • Section 50: Workplace Violence

    • Section 51: Controlling Yourself

    • Section 52: Customer Disputes

    • Section 53: De-escalation Technique

    • Section 54: Dealing With A Suicidal Person

    • Section 55: Body Language

    • Section 56: Emotionally Disturbed Person (EDP)

    • Section 57: Crises Debriefing

  • Chapter 15. SureCommand My Profile Module

    • Section 58: Front Landing Page

    • Section 59: Sign In Procedure

    • Section 60: My Profile Module

    • Section 61: Select Employer Procedure

    • Section 62: My Human Resource

    • Section 63: My Payroll

    • Section 64: My Schedule

    • Section 65: My Priorities

    • Section 66: My Communications

    • Section 67: My Training

    • Section 68: Jobs

    • Section 69: My Performance

    • Section 70: My Settings

Advanced Security Training

Use of Force Training: 16 Hours

$199.95

  • Situational awareness
  • De-escalation techniques
  • Less violent options
  • Tactical communications
  • Withdrawal
  • Use of Handcuff
  • Use of Baton
  • This course is only available to Ontario Security Training graduates.

PAL License: 20 Hours

$349.95

    Non-restricted Firearms
  • Canadian Firearm Safety Course ( CFSC ) 10 hours & Test
    Restricted Firearms
  • Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course ( CRFSC ) 10 hours & Test
  • This course is only available to Ontario Security Training graduates.

Security Dispatcher Training: 40 Hours

$499.95

  • Learn the use of SureCommand
  • This course is only available to Ontario Security Training graduates.

 

 

 

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