SECURITY GUARD & PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR ONLINE PREREQUISITE BASIC TRAINING COURSE
MINISTRY OF SOLICITOR GENERAL APPROVED TRAINING ENTITY
SECURITY GUARD COURSE
In order to write your Provincial Security Guard Exam and apply for your Ontario Security Guard License, applicants must complete the 40hr Course. The course is divided between 33.5hrs of online instructor lead training and a 1-day in-class Emergency Level First Aid & CPR Level C Certificate.*
*additional terms and conditions may apply
PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR COURSE
The Private Investigator program exceeds the syllabus requirements of the Ministry of the Solicitor General.
The 50-hour course is delivered completely online, and has been designed to help prepare applicants to take the Ministry’s Provincial exam.
Consisting of eight modules, the course will guide, coach and train you in key lessons that all applicants should be familiar with in order to carry out their duties as a private investigator in accordance with the Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005 (PSISA).
Upon successful completion of our Private Investigator course, applicants will have a solid foundation to begin a career in investigations.
*terms and conditions may apply
Step 1 - Complete the required course of choice with an approved training entity such as Corporate Protection & Investigative Services. (Security Guard, Private Investigator or Both)
2. Once the course has been completed successfully. You will receive a 'Training Completion Number' from the training entity/provider.
3. Take the Training Completion Number received and go to https://ontariosecuritytesting.com/ to register to take the Provincial Exam.
4. Upon completion of the exam (wait) for the test results which will be provided by the SERCO though the website noted in Step 3. (Pay the applicable fees for the test)
5. Apply for the Security Guard or Private Investigator license through Service Ontario Online Portal (Pay the applicable fees for the application)
6. Receive your temporary license via email by Service Ontario, A physical license will be mailed.