The Security Services and Investigator’s Act requires any person in Alberta who works in any of the positions below must have a license. To obtain this license an individual must complete a mandatory training program and write a provincial exam. The Alberta Investigator’s Training course consists of nine modules to be taught on-line over a period of 50-60 hours or more. The course outcomes for this training are intended to provide participants with knowledge and skills in their role and responsibilities as a professional investigator. Columbia College offers the Alberta Investigator’s Training course.
Each participant will be provided with a course Participant Manual which complements the course materials and exercises which make up this course.
Upon successful completion of an authorized professional investigator course an individual will be eligible to write the mandatory Solicitor General’s provincial exam. The Solicitor General Registrar will issue a certificate of completion upon passing the exam with 80% or better, after which an individual may apply for his/her Professional Investigator License.
Columbia College is a certified proctoring site for the Professional Investigator’s mandatory provincial exam. For those completing the online training, we have approximately 70+ sites set up across the province where you can write your exam. Additional fees may apply.
Once enrolled in part 2 of this Continuing Education course and received your course materials, no refund will be issued.
Tuition for the online course: $275.
Sitting Fee at Columbia College for Columbia Online students $25
Sitting Fee at Columbia College for students who completed his/her training at another provider $50
To graduate from the investigator’s training course an individual must complete the 50-60 hour course.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes