Training

Canada Guard Security offers the most comprehensive line of training courses for Guards and Investigators to advance their skills within the security industry. Our training programs are rigorous, well thought out, informative and go above and beyond most standards. Because we only hire Guards from the most reputable training institutes and combined them with the Canada Guard Security enhanced training programs, we believe we have the best trained Guards in the community.

Security Guard
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Course Content

  • 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


Private Investigator
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Course Content

  • Chapter 1 History Of Private Investigation

    • Section 1. The History Of Private Investigation

    • Section 2. Private Investigation In Ontario

  • Chapter 2 Definitions and Terms

    • Section 3. Criminal Investigation

    • Section 4. Reasonable Grounds

    • Section 5. General Definitions

    • Section 6. Classification of Person Involved

  • Chapter 3 Information Management

    • Section 7. Note Taking, Report Writing, Intelligence

    • Section 8. Note Taking

    • Section 9. Report Writing

    • Section 10. Intelligence

  • Chapter 4 Types of Investigators and Investigations

    • Section 11. Types of Investigations

    • Section 12. Objective Of An Investigation

    • Section 13. Problem Solving Model

    • Section 14. Use Of Discretion

    • Section 15. Order Of Investigators

    • Section 16. Accidents

    • Section 17. Skip Tracing

    • Section 18. Domestic Disputes

  • Chapter 5 Evidence

    • Section 19. Source Of Evidence

    • Section 20. Rules of evidence

    • Section 21. The Ontario and Canada Evidence Act

    • Section 22. Commonly Accepted Approaches To The Collection, Preservation Handling And Sealing Of Audio/Visual Materials

    • Section 23. Admissibility Of Evidence

    • Section 24. Commonly Accepted Approaches To The Collection, Preservation And Presentation Of Evidence

    • Section 25. Evidence Packaging

  • Chapter 6 Analysing Evidence

    • Section 26. Anthropometrics

    • Section 27. Era Identification

  • Chapter 7 Basic Investigative Principles

  • Chapter 8 Investigative Techniques

    • Section 28. Investigative Method

    • Section 29. Anton Piller Orders

  • Chapter 9 Preliminary investigation

  • Chapter 10 Surveillance

    • Section 30. Surveillance Types

    • Section 31. Surveillance Report Example

  • Chapter 11 Investigative Sequence

    • Section 32. Opening an investigation

    • Section 33. Gathering and Following Leads

    • Section 34. Event Reconstruction

    • Section 35. Elimination Process

    • Section 36. Final Reports and billing

    • Section 37. Closing an investigation

  • Chapter 12 Crime Scene Management

    • Section 38. Observing The Scene

    • Section 39. Fixing The Scene

    • Section 40. Search Process

  • Chapter 13 Sudden Death

    • Section 41. Homicide

    • Section 42. Natural Causes

  • Chapter 14 Managing Witnesses

    • Section 43. Evaluating Credibility

    • Section 44. Witness Deception

    • Section 45. Informants

    • Section 46. Children

    • Section 47. Witness Statements Report

    • Section 48. Witness Statement

  • Chapter 15 Interviewing Techniques

    • Section 49. Interview Techniques

    • Section 50. Confessions

  • Chapter 16 Privacy Laws

    • Section 51. Electronic Storage

  • Chapter 17 Principles Of Ethical Reasoning/Decision-Making

    • Section 52. Anti-Racism/ Anti-Discrimination

    • Section 53. Human Rights Commission

    • Section 54. Avoiding Charter Violations

  • Chapter 18 Key Principles Of Communication And Interaction

    • Section 55. Tactical Communication

    • Section 56. Interpersonal Skills

  • Chapter 19 Canadian Legal System

    • Section 57. How Laws Are Made

    • Section 58. How Laws Are Managed

    • Section 59. The Process That Leads To A Person Being Accused, Charged And Convicted.

    • Section 60. Criminal Code Of Canada

    • Section 61. Canadian Criminal Court System

    • Section 62. Elements Of Tort Law In Security Situations

    • Section 63. Municipal By-Laws

  • Chapter 20 Court Preparation
  • This course is only available to Ontario Security Training graduates.

 


Locations
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Ontario Security Training - Toronto

1370 Birchmount Road
Scarborough, ON M1P 2E3

By Phone:  (416) 751-1717

Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

www.ontariosecuritytraining.com


Ontario Security Training - Peel Region

Unit 1 - 158 Kennedy Road South
Brampton, ON L6W 3G7

By Phone:  (905) 454-0724 

Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

www.ontariosecuritytraining.com


 
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