Commissionnaires Training Centre
Renowned for the excellence of its teaching and instructors, the Commissionnaires Training Centre (CTC) offers a wide range of training solutions adapted to the needs of individuals and businesses. The courses offer a dynamic, tried-and-tested combination of theoretical components, case studies and workshops.
Whether you opt for courses within your own offices or in one of our centres, the graduates of our programs are professionals ready to face the frantic pace of a continually evolving world.
We have two training centres to serve you – please, take note that our training is only available in French:
Commissionnaires Training Centre - Montréal
201, avenue Laurier Est, suite 400, H2T 3E6
A former military police officer and industrial fire brigade chief, Marc Demers has more than 25 years of experience in security and education. He was head of the operations division of Académie des pompiers, where he oversaw the “Intervention en sécurité incendie” (fire intervention safety) program of the Ministère de l’Éducation, de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche. Now Manager of Commissionaires’ Instructors team, his work ethic is oriented toward customer service quality, compliance with operating standards and the establishment of a synergy conducive to the achievement of team goals.
Commissionnaires Training Centre – Québec City
3405, boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel, door B, G1P 2J3
A bilingual technical supervisor with 24 years’ experience in the regular Force and three years in the private sector, Louis Carette has been offering and coordinating security guard courses for Commissionnaires du Québec since 2013. He is experienced in teaching and facilitation techniques, performance analysis, instructor personnel management, designing assessment tools and teaching programs, course planning as well as logistical management. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and a certificate in editorial practices and procedures from Université du Québec à Montréal.
Luc Gravel has over 38 years of experience in the Army. Professionalism, communication skills and loyalty are among his key strengths. He has completed several tours of duty on overseas security and peacekeeping missions. He completed the senior leadership program at the Royal Military College in Saint-Jean, as well as a college-level supervision program at Ahuntsic College in Montréal. He is ranked Chief Warrant Officer in the Canadian Forces and is currently serving as the regimental sergeant-major of the 6th field regiment in Lévis, Québec.