Security Guard Training
If you are looking for a rewarding career in Security Services, we can get you started in less than a month. Brisson Security's Central Valley Security Academy is a government approved training institution for Basic Security Training. You must have BST training to become a Security Professional in BC.
Our Academy offers this mandatory 40 hour training program over a one week period. Classes are always delivered in English, as mandated by the Justice Institute of BC. Classes running every month, so there is little waiting time.
Jobs in this field are plentiful – we may even hire you ourselves! We offer assistance with your application for a license, file your fingerprints and we get you on the job in the exciting field of private security quickly. Ask about our licensing package, which includes fingerprints, photo and application fee.
Security Guard Training Program Areas of Instruction
The training offered in our course includes:
- Crime Scene Preservation
- Security Professional’s Powers and Limitations
- Security Services Act & Regulations
- Self Defense and Personal Safety
- Tactical Communication
- Criminal Code
- Courtroom Preparation
- Patrol Procedures
- The Security Function
- Emergency Services
- Ethics and Customer Service
- Report Writing
- Human Rights Legislation
- Essential Elements of Crimes
- Safety Procedures
- Emergency Preparedness
- Internal Theft and Losses
- Charter of Rights and Freedoms
We also offer many supplementary resources.
All courses are delivered in English, by professional, qualified instructors.
We have different specials on every month.
Additional Training Opportunities
We also offer a number of professional development training programs to enhance your skills and give you an additional edge.
- Advanced Security Training (AST)
- Women's Personal Safety classes
- Asset Protection Management
- Conflict Resolution
- Violence in the Workplace
- Time Management
- PPCT Self-Defense
Firearms training is also available. Please note that Security Patrol employees in BC are not permitted to carry weapons while on duty.