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L.A.P.E.  College

Higher Standard In Professional Education

​Occupation(s) toward which the program is directed

Private Investigator, Surveillance work (CSIS, intelligence agencies), Policing

(Detective Units, Covert Units)

Program Details 


List the specific knowledge/skills 

PI normally requires that candidates should have proven experience in surveillance and a strong background relating to insurance or other investigations. The successful candidate will possess strong communication, investigative and report writing skills, and their own high-quality handheld and pinhole camera equipment, regular camera equipment, a laptop with internet capability and possess a sound knowledge of operating this equipment.
Valid Private Investigator Licence. Ability to travel throughout the Province of Ontario with a strong flexibility of work hours. Strong work ethic and attention to detail. Able to write meticulous and detailed notes and reports. 


List the core knowledge competencies

  • Ethical Accountability and Responsibility, Risk Management, Decision Making Application and Communication Application of Relevant Legislation, Laws, Policies & Procedures, Written Skills including Notebook and Report Writing, Computer/Technology Skills (for on-line reporting systems).
  • This Private Investigator program gives a student introductory skills at the theory level, towards a career in the investigative/enforcement arena.

  • This program will also assist a student to obtain a Private Investigators license in the Province of Ontario, made under the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS).

  • The student will be able to study for and negotiate the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS) Private Investigator exam.

  • The student will be able to conduct simple and complex investigations, self-manage time and caseloads, testify in court and quasi-judicial hearings and forums, have a sound knowledge of all Provincial legislation and the scope of their powers under the PSISA Act.

  • The student will be adept at investigative techniques and their application to the various kinds of investigations such as: Long Term and Short Term Disability Investigations, Accident Benefits Claims Life Style Maintenance Investigations, Death Claims, Surveillance, Videography, and photography Claimant Interviews, Other Interviews, Claimant Locates, Financial Investigations.

  • NonViolent Crisis Intervention.


Career opportunities include self-employment, law firms, legal departments of corporations, administrative tribunals and government agencies. Also a precursor/base for entering into policing/uniform work.


This program is eligible for the mandatory requirements to apply for Ontario PI License


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”

Career and jobs , Citizenship and Immigration Officer in Canada

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A Private Investigator herein further named "P.I.", may work for a security company that employs PI's, legal firms requiring surveillance services or businesses that provide private investigation services only. The person may be required to work extended hours, in rapidly evolving, tense or dangerous circumstances. The PI is held to a high standard of confidentiality, maintaining the integrity of files and evidence, notebook notes, report writing and prepare court ready documents as well as testifying in judicial or quasi-judicial forums. 

Private Investigator Certificate

Program Name/Title: (Diploma)

 Private Investigator Certificate




-Delivery Format and Language:

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

-In Class (Full time)

-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 3  (Week Days Morning and Evening)

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

Hours 60

Tuition**

CAD 1100

Registration Status

Open for 2017
Click here to apply online or Call

1- 905-499-3631 EXT 103,102



Foreign Nationals AdmissionYes

No Admission Appl. Fee

National Occupation

Classification Code:  

Citizenship and Immigration Officer

6541

Private Investigator, Surveillance work (CSIS, intelligence
agencies), Policing (Detective Units, Covert Units)



Admission 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