Get ready to enter the dynamic and evolving professional fields of investigation, security and public safety.
Outstanding career preparation
This program hones your skills in analysis, communication, information gathering, interviewing, issue identification, researching and problem solving. You’ll learn to use technology to present your investigative findings, and you'll be introduced to key professional skills and industry best practices.
Things you'll learn
- Investigative methods
- Resource protection techniques
- Law enforcement
- Threat risk assessments
- Forensic investigation techniques
In Year 2, you'll take part in unpaid field placements in an industry related private or public organization (in areas such as investigation, insurance, resource protection, loss prevention, physical security, or public safety). Some placements require shift work and/or travel to the worksite so you may need a driver’s licence and transportation.
Acquire a professional licence
After successful completion of the first semester, you can apply for a training completion number, which will make you eligible to be tested, at your own expense, for the provincially regulated licences to be a private investigator and security professional (the Dual Licence). Candidates for the Dual Licence must complete Emergency First Aid and CPR ‘C’ training with a St. John Ambulance certified instructor or with a first aid trainer approved by the WSIB (Workplace Safety and Insurance Board) to comply with the provincial licences and program placement requirements.
Ontario College Diploma
- 2 yrs (4 semesters)
- Program code: PIPAP
Column one has the Start date, second the Locations and third the Availability Start date Locations Availability Sep 2017 Davis Campus (Brampton) Waitlisted Jan 2018 Davis Campus (Brampton) Available