Private Investigator Training
As a private investigator, you can make a big difference in someone’s life. Families and loved ones can often lose touch and need to be reunited. Parents need to find runaway children. Businesses need to perform background checks on potential new hires, or determine if an employees’ Worker’s Compensation claim is legitimate, or if the worker unnecessarily, is prolonging the claim costing the employer thousands.
A Career as a P.I
The field of private investigation is well-suited for both men and women. People who become private investigators come from all walks of life. Some are new graduates, some are starting second careers, and for many people, being able to work independently and even a work from home, has a great appeal.
As a private investigator, you could be involved with surveillance and counter surveillance. You could help locate missing people. You may work for an insurance company who needs to settle a claim. You may assist an innocent party who needs to find witnesses for an accident. A private investigator has a variety and interesting opportunities.
What does it take to become a private investigator? Mostly, it takes someone who can be a critical thinker and has an analytical mind. In the Province of Ontario, every person who wants to be a private investigator needs to pass a ministry test before beginning employment.
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Instruction Time: Emergency First Aid shall be taught in a minimum of 6.5 hours. Each participant will be tested both in theory and practical skills. A score of 70% is required on the Emergency First Aid written exam to pass the course. One rewrite is allowed. Lunch and break times are separate from the course and are not included in instruction time.
How do I become a P.I?
Becoming a private Investigator requires a mandatory Ministry approved Private Investigator Training course. Without this training, you cannot obtain your license. With our course, you complete the sections one by one, choosing your own time. Once all sections are completed, you are eligible to take the Ministry test to obtain your Private Investigator License.
How long does the course take?
The course will take a minimum of 50 hours to complete, as required by the Ministry.
How long can I access the course?
You can access our course 24/7. We believe that learning is better while being performed on your own time. You can also view your course for up to 2 years after completion.
Start your new Career
This is where OEIS comes in. OEIS provides you with the necessary tools to become licensed in the province of Ontario. The need for private investigators is on the rise and statistics prove this out. The rich and varied environment of Private Investigators is what many people seek but some never act.
The course is priced to be affordable and the work is great. So don’t let anything hold you back from reaching your goals. Start your course today and in no time you could be enjoying an exciting new career.
1. Introduction to the Private Investigation Industry
2. The Private Security and Investigative Services Act
3. Provincial and Federal Statutes
4. Criminal and Civil Law
5. Investigative Techniques
6. Principles of Ethical Reasoning/Decision-making
7. Key Principles of Communication and Interaction
8. Self-Management Skills
9. Extra Study Materials From OEIS
10. Multiple Tests Preparation by OEIS
Costs & Steps
1- Online Training Payment: $124.99 plus HST
2- Complete the course
3- Take our Test
4- Issuance of completion number
5- Book for your Provincial Test: $66.50 plus HST
6- Take the Test. Passing mark: 77%
7- Apply for your licence: $80 plus HST