Alberta Professional Investigator Training

Peerless Training Institute is offering the Alberta Professional Investigator Training (AIT) Course, with an exam, at below cost to all qualified applicants. The Security Services and Investigators Act requires any person in Alberta who works in any of the investigation service positions listed below to have a license.

To obtain this license, an individual must complete a mandatory training program and write a provincial exam. The course outcomes for this training are intended to provide participants with knowledge and skills in their roles and responsibilities as investigation professionals.

Program Description:

  • Upon successful completion of this authorized Professional Investigator Training, 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.
  • Proctored Exam
  • Peerless Training Institute is a certified proctoring site for the Professional Investigator’s and Basic Security mandatory provincial exam. We conduct exams at the end of these 50 hours courses.
  • Course Fee: $ 600.00.  Includes notes, ebooks, and exam fees.
  • Available on Saturday and Sunday: 8 hours/day.  50 hours.

Admission Requirements:

To enroll in the course, individuals much meet the following criteria.

  • At least 18 years old
  • Fluent in speaking English
  • No serious criminal convictions that have not been pardoned
  • Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Work Permit.

Course Outline: The 9 modules which make up the Alberta Investigation Training course are:

Module Outline

Module 01

Module 02

Module 03

Module 04

Module 05

Module 06

Module 07

Module 08

Module 09

Introduction to the Investigator’s Industry

Professionalism and Ethics

Health and Safety

Law and the Canadian Legal System

 Use of Force

Investigations

Communications and Report Writing

Specialized Investigations

The Business of Investigations

Job Opportunities:

Individuals who obtain a provincial license after taking this course may be employed in one of the following positions.

  1. Professional Investigator
  2. Detective
  3. Surveillance
  4. Missing Persons
  5. Fraud Investigation
  6. Also an ideal course for those who are in the field of investigative journalism, law and law enforcement, insurance, and professional regulatory bodies. 
  7. Operating own investigation firm
Main Campus

260, 2635 37 Ave NE,

Calgary, AB T1Y 5Z6

403  230 2665

High River Satellite Office

127-3rd Avenue SW, 

High River, AB T1V 1A1 

403  230 2665

Brooks Satellite Office

2nd Street W,

Brooks, AB  T1R 1A8

403  230 2665

Saskatoon Satellite Office

300 Confederation Dr. 

Saskatoon, SK, S7L 4R6.

403  230 2665