Course Details

This course will provide the fundamental knowledge and skills required by Security Professionals to perform their function safely, legally and effectively. Security Professionals careers include: contract security services; in house security in hospitals, educational institutions, banks, and supply chain and retail security; loss prevention and corporate security; door persons; and body guards. Students will examine relevant legislation, legal authority, ethics and roles of a Security Professional. In addition, students will learn about the legal system, personal safety, follow up procedures and documentation. Students must complete the course within 12 weeks, and write the Basic Security Training: Assessment (SCRT-1655) within one year. NOTE: Students must be 19 years of age to be eligible to apply for a Security Worker License to work as a security professional.


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Course Offerings
No sections are currently scheduled for this course

Refund Policy

The Basic Security Training Theory online course (SCRT-1650) and the Basic Security Training Assessment (SCRT-1655) are continuous entry online courses and not eligible for refunds. 

Specifics about refunds for JIBC students are provided in our Refunds Procedure, which is part of our Tuition Policy.

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