King-Reed and Centre for Security Training & Management team up to deliver PI training
By Canadian SecurityNews Retail
The Centre for Security Training & Management Inc. (“CSTMI”) has teamed up with King-Reed & Associates Inc. to provide training programs and assist in the qualification of Private Investigators for the testing requirement recently mandated by the Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services.
The CSTMI has locations in Toronto,
Ottawa and Hamilton, and has been specializing in professional
protective service and security training for over 12 years.
King-Reed has been
providing private investigation services for over 25 years with 11
full-service offices in Ontario with more than 160 private investigators. It is also the senior partner in Investigations Canada, a national partnership
of 31 offices with over 300 private investigators.
With the installment of the Ministry’s training and testing regulation,
CSTMI and King-Reed’s combined program promises to deliver the mandated 50-hour private investigator training to new applicants
who are looking at entering the field of private investigations, and a
16-hour refresher preparation course, for seasoned investigators to
enhance their skill sets before writing their mandatory Ministry exam.
The programs are being offered during the day, afternoons and weekends
to meet the needs of investigators who are regulated under the PSISA.
King-Reed’s subject matter experts are delivering hands-on field
experience courses which coincide with the PSISB’s Curriculum
This training will be delivered by the CSTMI at the training centre locations and throughout
the province as required.
Company presidents, Chris Menary of
Centre for Security Training & Management Inc. and Brian D.
King of King-Reed & Associates Inc., say they look forward to this
ongoing initiative providing training and experience to those interested in entering the world of private
investigations and to those who want to keep their skills current in
preparation for the exam.
All interested applicants are requested to call (416) 750-4747 for more
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