Security Guard Training Alberta
 
Online Training - Security Guard (Ontario)
 

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Security Guard Training (Alberta)

In Alberta, the security guard licence issued by the Alberta Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General is mandatory for every person wishing to work as a security guard. Prior to applying for this licence, you must successfully complete an approved Alberta Basic Security Training Course (ABST).

The difference CDC GardaWorld ?

Our training program was developed by a team of enthusiastic security experts, with several decades of field experience, and is recognized by the Ministry. It provides you with skills and best practices necessary to fulfill the role of a private security guard.

Key topics

Upon completion of this training, the student will understand:

  • Role and tasks of a security guard
  • Customer service and professionalism
  • Different types of communication
  • Report writing and note-taking
  • Patrolling procedures
  • Alarm systems
  • Traffic management
  • Traffic management
  • Legal aspects of a security guard’s responsibilities
  • Fire prevention and emergency procedures
  • Use of force
  • Access control
  • Labour conflicts and crisis management
 

 

CDC - Calgary

Address :
515 Marlborough Way NE,
Calgary, Alberta T2A 7E76

How to register

Apply for open job opportunities through GardaWorld Careers website Or, bring your resume to the GardaWorld Calgary branch between 8 AM and 4 PM, from Monday to Friday at:

Schedule

This program is available on-demand through our independent study program and e-learning platform. Candidates are admitted to this program through the GardaWorld recruitment process. The duration of this training program is equivalent to 40 hours.

CDC - Edmonton

Address :
10366 172 Street NW,
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1G9

How to register

Apply for open job opportunities through GardaWorld Careers website Or, bring your resume to the GardaWorld Edmonton branch between 8 AM and 4 PM, from Monday to Friday at:

Schedule

This program is available on-demand through our independent study program and e-learning platform. Candidates are admitted to this program through the GardaWorld recruitment process. The duration of this training program is equivalent to 40 hours.

CDC - Fort McMurray

Address :
10366 172 Street NW,
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1G9

How to register

Apply for open job opportunities through GardaWorld Careers website Or, bring your resume to the GardaWorld Fort McMurray branch between 8 AM and 4 PM, from Monday to Friday at:

Schedule

This program is available on-demand through our independent study program and e-learning platform. Candidates are admitted to this program through the GardaWorld recruitment process. The duration of this training program is equivalent to 40 hours.

Security Guard Training Ontario
 
Online Training - Security Guard (Ontario)
 

Online Training

New : did you that the Ontario security guard training program is now available online? click here for more informations

Online Training Security Guard Province of Ontario only
 
 
Security Guard Training (Ontario)

Training cost:

300$

Taxes included

Before you apply for a licence, you must meet the following criteria :

  • Be 18 years or older at the time of registration
  • Have no criminal record
  • Have successfully completed the proper mandated training and testing and received an Ontario Testing Completion Number

In Class Security Guard Training

 
 

In Ontario, the security guard licence issued by Service Ontario is mandatory for every person wishing to work as a security guard in the province. Prior to applying for this licence, you must successfully complete a 40-hours basic security guard training program recognized by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.

The difference CDC GardaWorld ?

Our Ontario Security Guard training program, approved by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and by Serco DES Inc. (lien vers https://ontariosecuritytesting.com/), will provide you with the skills and abilities essential to practice the profession of security officer in Ontario. Our team is composed of professionals who put at your service several years of experience both in the field and in teaching to facilitate your learning.

Key topics

This training intends to provide students with the occupational and behavioural skills and attitude necessary to professionally function as a security officer, as required by provincial acts, regulations and in accordance with other legislation. Successful completion of this training will provide candidates with the concepts and knowledge whereby they may function effectively and efficiently as security staff. The subjects covered are intended to provide security guards with a sound basis on which to deal with a myriad of on-the-job responsibilities in an appropriate manner. Upon completion of this training, the student will understand:

  • Role and tasks of a security guard
  • Customer service and professionalism
  • Different types of communication
  • Report writing and note-taking
  • Patrolling procedures
  • Alarm systems
  • Traffic management
  • Legal aspects of a security guard’s responsibilities
  • Health and Safety
  • Fire prevention and emergency procedures
  • Use of Force Theory
  • Access controls
  • Labour conflicts and crisis management
  • Emergency first aid protocoles
 

 

Once the whole training has been completed, a certificate of completion will be produced. You will also receive a training completion number by email that is required to register for final exam with the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.

How to register?

Simply present yourself at one of our service points listed below with an ID and full payment.

 

CDC - Hamilton

Address :
75 Centennial Parkway North,
Hamilton, ON L8E 1H6

Phone number:
905-578-6955 ext. 3142

Email:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Business hours:
Between 10am and 4pm, from Monday to Friday

MPayment options:
Credit (Visa, Mastercard)

 

Use of force

Use of force, a security guard's very last resort 

Regardless of the reason, the use of force can lead to undesirable consequences for the private security agent, his or her employer and the client. It should always be the very last resort for the agent and only be performed in a context of self-defence.

The GardaWorld CDC approach

Our training programs provide you with occupational and behavioural skills necessary to fulfill the role of a private security guard. Our instructors are experts who combine several decades of field experience they share with students to help them grasp key knowledge.Improve your skills and develop your career with this security training!

Subject matters

Upon completion of this training, the student will understand:

 

  • Principles of physical control
  • The Quebec use of force model
  • The force + 1 theory
  • Use of force reports
  • Pressure points and motor points control tactics
  • Criminal code sections and legislation
  • Control techniques – escort position, transport front wrist lock, straight arm bar take-down, rear wrist lock, and the inside tactical take-down
  • Self-defence against common strikes
  • Excited delirium and positional asphyxia

 

How to register

Go to the Montreal training centre, between 8 AM and 4 PM, from Monday to Friday

1350 Barré street Montreal, QC H3C 1N4
514-315-9768

Bring a photo identification.

You have to be at least 18 years of age with no criminal record.

 

Training cost

$199,99

Taxes not included. Payable in cash or by debit/credit at the time of registration.

 

Schedule

The duration of this daytime course is 12 hours.

Refer to our calendar for details on schedule.

Loss prevention

Protecting retailers' rentability

The floor detective must monitor suspicious behaviour in stores, including potential shoplifting, fraud, vandalism, etc. In an industry where the financial losses caused by theft are estimated at nearly two million dollars a day, the work of a floor detective is crucial.

The GardaWorld CDC approach

Our training programs provide you with occupational and behavioural skills necessary to fulfill the role of a private security guard. Our instructors are experts who combine several decades of field experience they share with students to help them grasp key knowledge.Improve your skills and develop your career with this security training!

Subject matters

Upon completion of this training, the student will understand:

 

  • Shoplifting and shrinkage
  • General rules and regulations
  • Loss prevention duties
  • Surveillance and apprehension of shoplifters
  • Legal aspect of loss prevention
  • Internal theft

 

How to register 

Go to the Montreal training centre, between 8 AM and 4 PM, from Monday to Friday

1350 Barré street Montreal, QC, H3C 1N4
514-315-9768

Bring a photo identification.

You have to be at least 18 years of age with no criminal record.

 

Training cost

$199,99

Taxes not included. Payable in cash or by debit/credit at the time of registration.

 

Schedule

The duration of this daytime course is 16 hours.

Refer to our calendar for details on schedule.

Standard first aid: CPR and AED
First Aid Training (Ontario)

Training cost:

120 $

Taxes included

How to register?

Simply present yourself at one of our service points listed below with an ID and full payment.

Check our calendar for upcoming dates available...

Standard First Aid with CPR & AED (level C)

16 hours of curriculum time. This two-day course covers all the skills in Emergency First Aid plus first aid for other injuries and illnesses including: Secondary Survey, Bone and Joint Injuries, Head, Spinal and Pelvic Injuries, Chest Injuries, Multiple Injury Management, Rescue Carries, Eye Injuries, Poisons, Bites and Stings, Heat & Cold Injuries, Two Rescuer CPR. CPR/AED follows the ILCOR 2015 guidelines. Certification valid for 3 years.

The difference CDC GardaWorld ?

Our team is composed of professionals who put at your service several years of experience both in the field and in teaching to facilitate your learning. Our trainers will provide you with the skills and abilities essential to respond to emergency medical situations and possibly help save lives

Key topics

In this two-day course, students will learn to recognize and provide interventions for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives. This course gives participants a hands-on approach to learning new lifesaving skills. The Standard First Aid course is geared towards educating citizens about the prevention of emergencies and how to react to an emergency should one arise.

Participants will gain knowledge in the following areas:

  • Legalities
  • Disease Management & Biohazards
  • The Emergency Medical Services System
  • Scene Management
  • Head, Spine and Pelvic Injuries
  • Bleeding Management and Shock
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • Sudden Medical Conditions
  • Airway and Breathing Emergencies
  • CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
  • AED training
  • Secondary Survey
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Burns
  • Poisons, Substance Abuse and Misuse
  • Environmental injuries and illnesses
 

 

Certifications

This course is approved federally by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and provincially by each applicable WSIB/WCB. The certification is valid for three (3) years from the date of course.

 

CDC - Hamilton

Address :
75 Centennial Parkway North,
Hamilton, ON L8E 1H6

Phone number:
905-578-6955 ext. 3142

Email:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Business hours:
Between 10am and 4pm, from Monday to Friday

Payment options:
Credit (Visa, Mastercard)

CDC - Toronto

Address :
60 Modern Road,
Toronto, Ontario, M1R 3B6

Phone number:
647-497-8744 ext. 3009

Email:
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Business hours:
TBD

Payment options:
Credit (Visa, Mastercard)

 

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