Brampton Security Guard Training

Last Updated on October 24, 2020

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Brampton Security Guard Training

Becoming a security guard in Brampton (like all other areas of Ontario) requires that you meet the requirements set out by the Ontario government. This post will cover the minimum requirements you need to meet. This can be accomplished by completing Brampton security guard training.

These requirements include the following:

    • the person possesses a clean criminal record; and
      • For the purposes of subsection (1), a person possesses a “clean criminal record” if,
        • the person has not been convicted of a prescribed offence under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) or any other Act of Canada; or
        • the person has been convicted of such an offence and a pardon under the Criminal Records Act (Canada) has been issued or granted.

There are several steps in completing Brampton Security Guard Training. The licensing process is detailed and all of the associated forms and requirements must be accurate and complete prior to submitting an application either through mail or online thru Service Ontario.

Before you apply for a licence, you must:

  1. Take the Ontario security guard basic training course.
  2. Pass the Ontario security guard basic test.

The basic training course is a minimum of 40 hours of classroom training which includes certification in first aid and cpr. You will cover such topics as:

  • Introduction to the Security Industry
  • The Private Security and Investigative Services Act and Code of Conduct regulation
  • Basic Security Procedures
  • Report Writing
  • Health and Safety
  • Emergency Response Preparation
  • Canadian Legal System
  • Legal Authorities
  • Effective Communications
  • Sensitivity Training
  • Use of Force Theory
  • Emergency Level First Aid Certification

(a complete syllabus can be found here.)

Please note that all Brampton Security Guard Training must be done by an accredited provider. You can find a list of training providers that are approved by the Province of Ontario here.

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