Online Security Training

The Onyx online basic security training course offers students the opportunity to study at their own pace in the comfort of their own home. The online course covers the same material, assignments, and tests that an in class course addresses. Why commute to a training centre and try to fit the training course into your schedule when you can study from home?

Accessing the Onyx online classroom is simple. Once the student has registered, completed the necessary forms, and payment is received, the student will be sent their individual login information. Students will then be able to login from the Onyx web site.

Once the student has completed all aspects of the online training component, students will be required to attend an Emergency Level First Aid course (8 hours in class) if the student does not already have a valid Emergency Level First Aid Certificate. An Emergency level First Aid Certificate is a Ministry requirement. First Aid dates are flexible and Onyx staff work with students to select the most appropriate date and time based on the students availability. Students will have to provide proof of attending, passing, and produce a first aid certificate to complete the course.

Upon completion of the course, Onyx will provide the student with a certificate of completion and submit the students name to the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services to register the student for the provincial test.

About the Online Course

The Onyx online training course is NOT simply a self study course. Students will have to complete assignments, quiz’s, log a total of 40 hours, and participate in online discussions with other students and instructors.

The Ontario Security Guard Training Course is in compliance with Ministry standards and will prepare all students for the mandatory Provincial test. The Security Guard Training Course addresses all of the following sections:

Section 1: Introduction to the Security Industry
Section 2: The Private Security & Investigative Services Act & Ministry Code of Conduct.
Section 3: Basic Security Procedures
Section 4: Report Writing
Section 5: Health and Safety
Section 6: Emergency Response Procedures
Section 7: Canadian Legal System
Section 8: Legal Authorities
Section 9: Effective Communication
Section 10: Sensitivity Training
Section 11: Use of Force Theory
Section 12: Emergency Level First Aid Certification

The course is interactive which will aid in the students understanding and retention of the material. The course will consist of:

– Lectures presented to the student in an easy to read format.
– A learning journal which highlights important aspects of the lectures with a fill in the blank format.
 This provides students with a quick and easy reference for studying.
– Written assignments for students to apply their knowledge.
– Sectional quiz’s on the material covered for students to test their knowledge and retention of the material.
– Online guided discussions with instructors regarding topics related to each section.
– Report writing tutorial

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