Who should register
You have chosen to become a security guard in Manitoba. You need to know the basics so that you can work safely and carry out your duties in a professional way. The law in Manitoba says that you must receive at least 40 hours of training. This course covers all the important areas needed for this basic training. It was designed to help you pass the provincial exam and earn your security guard certificate.
Before the content of each unit you will find:
- a list of the objectives for the unit. These are the main things that you will learn in the unit.
- a pre-test so you can see how much you already know about the material in the unit.
- a list of some of the more difficult words in the unit and an exercise to practice the words.
- a study tip.
- an outline of what’s coming up in the unit.
- In the middle of the unit there are
- check ups so you can see how well you have learned the material in the unit.
At the end of each unit you will find:
- a review of the important points from the unit.
- a test-taking tip.
- a practice test on the material from the unit. The tests are set up in the same style as
- the provincial exam
This online course and downloadable workbook is not intended to replace professional trainers. If there is anything you do not understand, be sure to let your trainer know. You are provided with contact emails and phone numbers in the program to be able to do this, during business hours, throughout the course.
Trainers have the experience to help bring this material to life and to provide you with valuable examples from the security industry. When you start working as a guard, you will gain your own important on-thejob experience. You may also want to take other courses such as First Aid or Conflict Resolution, Use of Force, Handcuffing, Dispatcher Training etc to increase your skills and help protect yourself and others as you perform your duties. These courses are all listed on the website that lead you to this page.
When you choose to register, you will be directed to the checkout page. Once your payment has been received, you will receive an email with your course login information.
Burgess and Associates are approved and licensed Vendors of Record (V.O.R.) for the Government of Ontario to train M.L.E.O.s (Municipal Law Enforcement Officers) and P.O.O.s (Provincial Offences Officers) for all Ministries and Provincially funded agencies that use the V.O.R. system to obtain training for their officers.
The course is designed and developed by a Superior Court Recognized “Subject Matter Expert” in the training of Municipal Bylaw and Enforcement Officers, Provincial Offences Officers, Police and Special Constables in Ontario. Copies of transcripts from these court credentials are available upon request.