$36,319 average salary
Saskatchewan is a great place to start your career. As a province with low taxes, an affordable cost of living, and great housing options, your earnings will go further here. As a less populated province, there is also less competition for jobs and housing. If you’ve been dreaming of buying a big property yet living in a close-knit community, Saskatchewan may be a great place to being your security career.
Here’s 4 great reasons to become a security guard in Saskatchewan:
40 hours to complete training
Above average job outlook
3,150 security guards in Saskatchewan
Want to become a Security Guard in Saskatchewan?
Here are the three simple steps to getting licensed in your province.
Take the Basic Security Training course
Pass Your Licensing Exam
Apply for Your License
Who can get a Security Guard license in Saskatchewan?
To be eligible for an Saskatchewan security guard license you must:
- Be over 18 years old
- Be eligible to work in Canada
- Complete the training and exam requirements
- If you have a criminal record or have been charged, your application for a Saskatchewan security guard licence may not be approved. The decision is up to the Registrar for Private Investigators and Security Guards.
Ready to get started?
Buy the course below to get licensed in your province.
Security Guard Training Courses
Basic Security Guard Training Course
The basic training course is the government-approved course you need before you can take your exam and get your provincial security license. With our training, you’ll master all the basics, but you’ll also learn advanced patrol techniques, how to handle challenging people and situations, and how to apply crisis management strategies.
- Length: 40 hours
- Language: English
- Certification: Yes
Plus... 8 other career boosting training courses
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