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L.A.P.E.  College

Higher Standard In Professional Education

Career and jobs , Citizenship and Immigration Officer in Canada

​immigration enforcement officer , 

​Occupation(s) toward which the program is directed

Jail / Prison Officer

Program Name/Title: (Diploma)

Correctional Service Officer Diploma




-Delivery Format and Language:

-Internship-Placement: Not Req.
-Regulatory Licensing:

-In Class 

-No Licensing or regulatory approval required

Language;

English


All Lectures are recorded. 
Free 24/7 Access to recorded
lectures. Never miss a class.

Program Duration and Fees
Program Options Full Time

Campus: Vaughan Ontario

Weeks 9.0  (Week Days Morning and Evening)

Past Course-Program Credits (click here for policy and procedure) 

Hours 175

Tuition**

CAD 2625

Registration Status

Open for 2018-2019
Click here to apply online



Foreign Nationals AdmissionYes

No Admission Appl. Fee

National Occupation

Classification Code:  

Citizenship and Immigration Officer

4422

Jail / Prison Officers



Admission policy
Average Salary/Wage Range in Canada 

CAD 20 - CAD 38 plus benefits  Per Hour (Entry Level Positions) 


 

LAPEC

Refund Policy

Required For Enrollment
High school diploma or equivalent 


LAPEC

Support policy

Credit Transfer

Yes Please make appointment to discuss or

Call 905-499-3631 EXT 101 or 103



Program Assessment:


-End of each module/subject online multiple choice exam and assignments


Pass Marks

60%

Free Fail

Repeats

LAPEC

Attendance as per policy

Course Material and Books

Free online access to course notes-material

Books not included in Tuition



**

Referral Discounts Available

Textbooks not included


Program Details 

List the specific knowledge/skills

A correctional officer strives for quality leadership in the profession. With good leadership brings camaraderie, the ability to work well with our coworkers and successfully managing inmates. Successful correctional officers carry certain traits that allow them to be who they are and how they do their job whether innate or learned. Here are some top leadership traits that will carry us far in our profession:

  • -Excellent Communication Skills
  • -Teamwork Promoter
  • -Possess Practical Problem Solving Techniques
  • -Decisiveness
  • -Resilience
  • -Selflessness
  • -Practice Open-Mindedness
  • -Be Dedicated



Is it for you?

Starting a new career or changing one is not an easy decision. For some, it is a lifetime decision and for some a life changing experience.

People enter justice studies from all different backgrounds.  Those who thrive in this career are the ones who have:

  • Good judgment
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Self-discipline
  • An appreciation of Canada’s rich cultural diversity
  • Enjoyment working in different geographic locations in Canada or outside Canada.


A few important scenarios for your consideration:


The Past Course-Program Credits


  • If you have completed some subjects in this course in different programs such as Police Foundation etc.,  you can register for this program, and L.A.P.E.C. may allow some credits toward some courses are taken from L.A.P.E.C. or other designated similar program providers, helping you not only save on tuition fees but also time.


  • Those who qualify for subject credits may complete this program sooner and carry two diplomas with two skill sets: one for work as a security officer, and the other for work in Policing Services with an option to work for the government or a private organization in Canada or overseas. Please use this link for past credit assessment policy and application


Foreign Nationals


  • For international visitors or temporary residents in Canada, this program does not require a study visa or study permit because it is less than a six-month study period and, as per IRCC regulations/policy, does not require a study permit or visa. If interested, we can assist you with questions from A-Z.


  • If you are currently in Canada either visiting or on a temporary resident permit status; or under a bridging open work permit program waiting for a final decision on your PR application, or you have already submitted your PR application and are waiting for a final decision; you may take this course to learn the advanced-level skills. Once you have PR status, start your career matching this program without wasting time, ready to play your part in the Canadian economy. 


Required For Enrollment: All applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to enrollment.

For any questions about eligibility, please call 1- 905-499-3631 Ext-103 or 102 to speak with a knowledgeable Admissions Advisor or send an email.

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L.A.P.E.C.  is Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
This program has been “Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”

Correctional Service Officer Diploma

This program has been “Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”


Career Profile: Correctional Officers maintain the safety and security of federal penitentiaries. They monitor, supervise and interact with offenders. They regularly watch for signs that the safety of others or security of the institution might be at risk. When necessary, they take appropriate security measures. A Correctional Officer will conduct routine patrols and inmate counts. They will supervise inmate movement and escort inmates both inside and outside the institution. They will also search cells, offenders, visitors, vehicles, living units, and surrounding areas. If necessary, you will conduct security checks and perform other duties.