TOERSA security is thrilled to offer quality training that builds the future of the security industry. We ensure that our courses provide the knowledge needed for all guards go into the field educated and ready to excel.
TOERSA Security is proud to be a registered supplier of the Ontario Security Guard Curriculum. The 40 hour course is offered regularly, be sure to check frequently for new dates. Course Payment can be made on-site by cash or money order. Seating is subject to availability. Pre-payment is the preferred reservation method. Your placement in a course is not guaranteed until you have received a confirmation email from TOERSA Security. Refunds are subject to administration fees. The Private Security and Investigative Services Branch of the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services has taken many steps to regulate the role of a security guard in an effort to create more accountability and provide a better service to the public. The basic Training and Testing Regulation took effect on April 15, 2010. This Regulation helps strengthen the professional requirements for security guards and private investigators and enhance public safety. For more information, visit the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Website.
Ontario Security Guard Training Course
Total of 40hrs over two weekends
Course includes First Aid/CPR/AED
May 24th-26th AND May 31st-June 2nd
Fridays 17h-21h, Saturday & Sunday 10h-18h
20C Cleopatra Drive, K2G 0B3
This course is designed for people who work in small teams or work alone. This course is a perfect course for those who would like to learn what to do in the event of an emergency and focuses on skills that have the greatest chance of occurring. The Emergency First Aid course covers recognition and treatment for common medical conditions that can affect someone’s breathing, along with bandaging techniques and a full CPR “C”/AED certification. This Course Covers: How to manage an emergency situation, How to perform a Primary Assessment Adult, Child and Infant CPR Procedures (Using the 2011 standards) Adult, Child and Infant Choking Procedures (Using the 2011 standards)How to use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) Learn how to recognize and treat someone suffering from a heart attack, angina, and stroke Treating Traumatic injuries such as bleeding, wound care, breaks, sprains, dislocations, burns, and head and spinal injuries)Recognize and treat medical emergencies such as Asthma, Hyperventilation, Anaphylaxis, Seizures and Diabetes How and when to move an injured patient
Emergency First aid course with CPR level “C” & AED
Saturday May 25th 10h-18h