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SCOPE Safety & Security is the premier training centre for services focused security training in Calgary. If you are looking to enter the security industry with the Alberta Basic Security Training or build skills to help you grow within the security industry, SCOPE Safety & Security can help you every step of the way.
At SCOPE we feel that the learning experience should be inspiring. All too often people seek work-related education because they feel it is mandatory. We want to inspire each of our students to want to learn and grow through a passion for their industry.
Starting with the Alberta Basic Security Training and growing from this foundation is the first step towards building a successful career within the Alberta security field. From there you can develop your front line skills, management skills, communication techniques and strategic operational planning for client sites. We want you to LOVE what you do!
The security industry is far more involved than most people originally anticipated. From the uniform security guard, you see at the local business, to the loss prevention staff member you don’t see at your local store, all the way to Cheif Security Officers on the boards of the largest companies in Canada and Internationally, with everything in between. The first step to all of this is the same. The Alberta Basic Security Training (ABST) is your first step to a career path.
Our goal is not to just prepare you for an exam, we prepare you for a career. Our basic programs include Alberta Basic Security Training, Non Violent Crisis Intervention, and Canadian Red Cross First Aid.
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