ProSec: Professional Security Training

Course content:

The Sting’s Professional Security (ProSec) courses are intended for security professionals working within the industry.  Series consists of thirteen (13) specific courses instructed online environment. You can complete mini courses at your own pace and complete all or only the ones you would like to take.  You must achieve receive 80% or above to receive your certificate of completion.  You will have access to your course for 90 days.  We recommend that you take a course per month.  


Introduction to the Private Security (ProSec 001)

This course is intended for anyone interested in becoming a security professional or loss prevention operative.  You will learn about the requirements of Security Professionals, Provincial Legislation, duties and responsibilities, the difference between Public and Private Security, the role of a Security Professional, the Security of People, Property and Information, assignment and duties.  Learn more…


Customer Service Skills for SPs (ProSec 002)

This course is intended to be help you develop your public relations and customer service skills.  You will learn about professionalism, customer service, personal presentation, integrity and discipline, communications for Security Professionals and Crowd Control.


Patrol Tactics and Techniques (ProSec 003)

This course is intended to teach you general patrol tactics and techniques to help you prevent and deter acts that may negatively affect your client.  You will learn how to conduct a patrol, what to watch for while on Patrol and liability for Breach of Duty.


You and the Law (ProSec 004)

This course is intended to explain Canadian law and legal issues and how it affects you as a security professional.  You will get an introduction to Criminal Law, Common Law and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, discrimination, Powers of Arrest, Use of Force, Common Offences and Common Defences.


Notetaking, Report Writing and Evidence (ProSec 005)

The notetaking, report writing, and evidence course is intended to help security professionals improve their documentation skills. You will learn how to improve your Observation Skills, how to use your powers of observation, how to improve Your Senses, how to take good notes, write reports, handle evidence, and how to protect a crime scene. Learn more…


Access Control & Alarm Systems (ProSec 006)

This course is intended to develop your skills on how to perform access and asset control and manage alarm systems.  You will learn about access control systems, how to control access and egress, technology used to control access and egress, materials access, alarm systems, general operating procedures and common causes of false alarms.


Traffic Control (ProSec 007)

This course is intended to provide basic traffic control guidelines for security professionals directing traffic at their sites.  You will learn the legal authority to control traffic, principles of traffic control, correct hand signals.


Fire Prevention & Response (ProSec 008)

This course is intended to help you better prevent, prepare and respond to fire emergencies.  You will learn about Fire Safety and Emergency Procedures Plans, Being Prepared for Fires, Things Needed for a Fire to Start, How to Put a Fire Out, Fire Hazards, Detecting Fires and Fighting Fires.


Bomb Threats (ProSec 009)

This course is intended to help security professionals prepare in the event of a bomb threat or terrorist act.  You will learn about the type of people who make bomb threats, threats received over the phone, bomb threat checklist, written threats, evacuation procedures and suspicious objects.


Labour Disputes (ProSec 010)

This course is intended to help you understand your role and responsibilities when deployed to a labour dispute.  You will learn what a labour dispute and your duties during a strike.


Workplace Safety for SPs (ProSec 011)

The Workplace Safety for Security Professionals course is intended to help you have a better understanding of safety in the workplace, your responsibilities, your employer responsibilities, learn about Workplace Hazardous Material Information Systems, WHMIS Hazard Classifications, Clandestine Drug Labs and Gang Activity in Saskatchewan.


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