Job Creation / Training and Development

Cancom Security bases its service from a community-based perspective like the community-based policing model. Cancom is committed to recruiting and hiring from the communities we serve and p-partner with. Cancom has had great success recruiting directly from the communities we serve, providing us with an intimate relationship with each community providing the security services team immediate intelligence of the community activity, community concerns and engage community membership empowering those members to assist in providing:

  • Strategy Problem Solving With community member involvement – Best accomplished hiring directly from the community that knows their community best.
  • Recruiting – recruiting is accomplished trough a local recruiting drive through, posters, Ontario works, social media, and local promotion.

The Progress

1. Application
2. Interview
3. Invitation to the 2-week training program
4. Criminal background check
5. 40 Hour in class Security licensing course
6. 1 week 40 Hour road training – customized to the community needs
7. Uniforms – Uniforms are selected by the community leadership to best reflect community needs
8. Licensing

Training – Recruits are put through 2 weeks of initial training that consist of 40 Hours of in class lecture and testing consisting of the following:

We provide you with a 500-page manual for reference, along with the in-class experience to speak to an instructor. While you may find cheaper on-line courses, it is impossible to gain real world experience watching videos and power points. Our instructors give hands-on experience with fire panels, patrols of buildings, scenario training, and group discussions. The process for learning is not passive, therefore the guards coming out of our program are confident, highly trained and motivated to excel. To pass the Ontario Provincial exam and apply for your Ontario Security Guard Licence, you will need to complete our 40-hour course, which includes Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED.
Once students complete the Ministry requirements, they will be able to move on and apply for their provincial licence.

Security Guard Course Syllabus

  • Introduction to the Security Industry
  • The Private Security and Investigative Services Act and Code of Conductregulation
  • Basic Security Procedures
  • Report Writing
  • Health and Safety
  • Emergency Response Preparation
  • Canadian Legal System
  • Legal Authorities
  • Effective Communications
  • Sensitivity Training
  • Use of Force Theory
  • Emergency Level First Aid Certification

Security Guard Field Training

  • Mobile patrol
  • Alarm response
  • Scene management
  • Advanced patrol procedures
  • Use of Force – Handcuffing / Baton
  • By Law Enforcement / Ticketing
  • Court Procedures
  • Case management
  • Community engagement
  • Observe – Deter – Report
  • Self Defence Training
  • Patrol vehicle care and maintenance
Toronto Office

1183 Finch Avenue West, 205
Toronto, Ontario
Canada, M3J 2G2
1-416-763-0000 .
Toll Free: 1-877-847-9910

Ottawa Office
1638 Cyrville Rd Unit B
Gloucester, Ottawa
Canada, K1B 3L8
Toll Free: 1-887-847-9910
Office Hours
Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm