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Private Investigator License Training and Exam Preparation

Private Investigator License Training is The First Step Towards Exam Completion and Career Development!

To meet minimum licensing requirements, private investigators must complete a minimum 50 hour training program focusing on Ministry-identified competencies. Once training is complete, candidates will challenge the ministry’s private investigator examination aimed at assessing basic competence. After training and testing are completed, the candidate can apply for licensing. The door is then open for investigators to seek entry-level employment or to obtain further skills and qualification through advanced education and training.

At CSPIS, our license preparation curriculum delivers the Ministry necessitated components in a challenging yet easy-to-follow format. Our training is laid out in a logical, relevant manner designed to allow every student to achieve or exceed the Ministry’s standards for private investigators, and to gain confidence in developing test-readiness skills.

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