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Booking My Provincial Security Guard Exam (GT)

I have just completed my Security Guard Training Course. What is the next step?

Before your provincial security exam can be booked, your Basic Security Training Course must be fully completed. This means all of the chapters as well as the course exam.

Once your course is fully completed, please email us at info@guardtraining.ca. In this email please provide the following information: 

  1. Your full legal name
  2. Your mailing address. This should include city, province, and postal code.
  3. Your date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
  4. Your phone number

We will respond to your email with a confirmation and will provide you with further details.

If you are a Manitoba student, we will send your information to eProctor for confirmation. eProctor is the company that will administer the provincial exam for you.

Please note that these confirmations can take up to 6 weeks to receive from eProctor. 

If you are a Saskatchewan student, we will send your information to Saskatchewan PISG with a request to book your provincial exam. They typically respond with confirmation within 1 week. We will provide you with further instruction upon confirmation from PISG. The exam will be conducted virtually. This means that you will need to have a computer with a working webcam so that the Proctor can view your activity while you take the exam. 

If you are an Ontario student, you will need get a valid First Aid Certificate (which must come from a provider on the list HERE) You will also need to complete the Ontario Consent and Release Form (You can download this HERE) Please send both of these documents to our email info@guardtraining.ca and we will provide you with a TCN (Training Completion Number) With this number you will be able to book the exam on the Ontario Security Testing Website

If you are an Alberta student we will provide you with the name and details of a local Proctor to administer the exam for you.