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FIT TO BE A CORRECTIONS OFFICER (FITCO) PREPARATION COURSE
PBS 114N
The FITCO Preparation Course is designed to prepare applicants of the Correctional Officer Staff Application Recruitment and Training (CO S.T.A.R.T.) Program for the physical training necessary to satisfactorily complete the FITCO Test. FITCO is the physical skills and abilities test for the (CO S.T.A.R.T.) Program. The test is a controlled simulation of the occupational requirements for Corrections Officers in Ontario. The FITCO Preparation Class will mentally and physically prepare applicants and provide hands-on experience for FITCO's three physical screening tests: 1) a cell search, 2) the Emergency Response Circuit and 3) the Aerobic Shuttle Run. $120.00
Spring
Chatham and Windsor dates/times to be announced.
FIT TO BE A CORRECTIONS OFFICER (FITCO) – PRACTICE SESSION FOR ONTARIO CORRECTIONS APPLICANTS
PBS 117N
The Fit to be a Corrections Officer (FITCO) Practice session is designed to introduce applicants of the Correctional Officer Staff Application, Recruitment and Training (CO ST.A.R.T.) program to the FITCO test. FITCO is the physical skills and abilities test for the (CO ST.A.R.T.) program. The test is a controlled simulation of the occupational requirements for corrections officers in Ontario. The FITCO Practice session will physically introduce applicants and provide hands-on experience and instruction for FITCO[s three physical screening tests: 1) a cell search, 2) the Emergency Response Circuit, and 3) the Aerobic Shuttle Run. $25.00
Spring
Chatham 575 3571 July 23, Sat, 9:00A
FIT TO BE A CORRECTIONS OFFICER (FITCO) - FITNESS TEST FOR ONTARIO CORRECTIONS APPLICANTS
PBS 116N
FITCO is the physical skills and abilities test for the Correctional Officer Staff Application, Recruitment and Training Program. The test is a controlled simulation of the occupational requirements for corrections officers in Ontario. Prior to completing, applicants must undergo a medical screening process which includes pre-exercise clearance and informed consent. Physical screening assesses skills in three areas: 1) a cell search, 2) the Emergency Response Circuit and 3) the Aerobic Shuttle Run. $70.00
Spring
Windsor 550 3399 May 5, Thu, 6:00P
Chatham 575 3572 Aug 20, Sat, 9:00A
PARE WORKSHOP
PBS 119N
The Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) Workshop is designed to introduce Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer applicants to the PARE test. PARE is an occupational test designed to assess an individual's ability to perform the duties of an RCMP or CBSA officer. Successful completion of the PARE is a requirement for all RCMP and CBSA applicants. The PARE workshop will introduce participants and provide hands-on experience and instruction for PARE's three occupational screening tests: 1) The PARE Obstacle Course, 2) The Push/Pull Activity, and 3) The Weight Carry. PARE administrators will provide feedback based on participant performance to prepare the participant for official PARE testing. Participants must pre-register with full payment prior to attending the workshop. Location: Windsor Campus Gym. $25.00
Spring
WINDSOR 550 3313 Jun 15, Wed, 6:00P
THE PHYSICAL ABILITIES REQUIREMENT EVALUATION (PARE) TEST
PBS 120N
The Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) is an occupational test designed to assess an individual's ability to perform the duties of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer. Successful completion of the PARE is a requirement for all RCMP and CBSA applicants. The PARE is divided into three section: 1) The PARE Obstacle Course, 2) The Push/Pull Activity, and 3) The Weight Carry. Applicant standards for the PARE include completion of the PARE obstacle course and push/pull activity in 4 minutes and 45 seconds or less, with a 70 lbs. push/pull activity, and a successful weight carry of an 80 lbs. bag. Participants must pre-register with full payment prior to attending the test. Admission will be granted based on availability. Location: Windsor Campus Gym. $65.00
Winter
WINDSOR 552 5133 Apr 5, Tue, 6:00P
Spring
WINDSOR 550 3310 May 4, Wed, 6:00P
WINDSOR 551 3311 July 6, Wed, 6:00P
WINDSOR 552 3312 Aug 10, Wed, 6:00P
PRIVATE INVESTIGATION TRAINING
PBS 107N
The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services has passed legislation as of April 15, 2010, that requires all Private Investigators in Ontario to successfully complete standardized Basic Training and Testing to be eligible to obtain a Private Investigator's License. This 52 hour course will introduce the learner to the Private Investigator Industry with emphasis on Ontario Legislation, Private Security & Investigative Services Act, Provincial and Federal Statutes, Criminal and Civil Law, Investigative Techniques, Principles of Ethical Reasoning/Decision-making, Key Principles of Communication and Interaction and Self-Management Skills. Police Clearance is required upon acceptance. $442.00
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1859 May 9-Jun 22 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
CHATHAM 550 2033 May 10-Jun 21 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
SECURITY GUARD TRAINING
PBS 105N
The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services has passed legislation as of April 15, 2010, that requires all Security Guards in Ontario to successfully complete Basic Training and Testing to be eligible to obtain a Security Guard License. This 48 hour course will introduce the learner to the Security Industry with emphasis on Ontario Legislation, Private Security & Investigative Services Act, powers of arrest and use of force training; it will also include mandatory, (no exemptions) first aid, CPR, health and safety, report writing and effective communications skills. A police clearance is required upon acceptance. $384.00
Spring
WINDSOR050 2031 May 10-Jun 16 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
CHATHAM550 2032 May 25-Jul 4 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
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Windsor

South Campus 2000 Talbot Rd. W. Windsor

Chatham

Thames Campus 1001 Grand Ave. W. Chatham

Leamington

South Essex Community Council 215 Talbot St. E. Leamington

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Distance

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