Beginning April 15, 2010, the new training and testing regulations of Bill 159 came into effect. That means all new security guard licence applicants will have to complete a 40-hour training course and pass a written test in order to obtain a licence. The security guard course must consist of at least 40 in-class hours, and must include certification in Emergency Level First Aid and two hours of in-class training in Use of Force theory as a minimum requirement for everyone .Once the training is complete and confirmed by us, the candidate will be allowed to write a 60-question, 75-minute multiple-choice test that will be taken at one of the Drive Test locations (Driver licence bureaus) across Ontario.

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Beginning July 16, 2010, existing security guard or private investigator licence holders will be required to pass a 60-question, 75-minute multiple-choice test prior to the expiry of their current licence in order to complete its renewal. The test must be written at one of the Drive Test locations (driver licence bureaus) across Ontario. Many of you have not reviewed the information that will be on the test for a considerable period of time. We offer a 2 day refresher course which will cover all the relevant information in a manner which will help you pass.

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