March 2016 - OTTAWA
New Course for Close Protection Training
In conjunction with Parisien Research Corporation, Polar Star Enterprises is helping to design two close protection courses for a private sector company. The first course trains the team members of a CP team while the second advanced course is for the team leader. The courses are being developed for CP teams working in Canada within the context of Canadian law. For more information, visit parisien.org.
November 2016 - OTTAWA
"One In the Spirit" Promotional Series for Orleans United Church
ORLEANS, ON - Polar Star Enterprises has been working with Orleans United Church to develop a video series on the work of individuals and groups in the church. There are over 20 interview that highlight the work being done by different people towards outreach and support. These videos can be found at the Orleans United Church Youtube channel.
May 2016 - Ottawa
New Courses for Law Enforcement, Intelligence, and Security Organizations
OTTAWA, ON - Parisien
Research Corporation (PRC) is pleased to announce the debut of 12 new courses
for public safety and security organizations. In conjunction
with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence (CCPSE) and the Atlantic
Police Academy (APA). PRC has produced 12 specialized courses for Canadian
Centre of Public Safety Excellence (CCPSE), and the Atlantic Police Academy
(APA). These courses are designed for personnel ranging from frontline officers
to members of specialized response units.
Along with their strategic partner, Bremner
Associates Inc., PRC has a gathered a team of highly qualified and experienced
instructors in the fields of human behaviour, police tactical operations,
tactical negotiations, physical surveillance, weapons training, intelligence,
and security. These courses are accredited by APA and are available now through
their campus in Summerside, PEI or, through special arrangements, anywhere in
The Canadian Centre
for Public Safety Excellence was created in 2015 as a
joint federal and PEI provincial initiative that brings together the training
expertise of the APA and the outstanding training facilities of Slemon Park
Corporation. Its purpose is to provide knowledge and skills-based training to
first responders in Canada.
The Atlantic Police Academy was opened in 1971 as a division of Holland College. It was a joint creation of the Maritime Provinces to provide first
responder training to their resources. The Atlantic Police Academy is one of a
small number of police training academies recognized by the Canadian
Association of the Chiefs of Police (CACP) and the Canadian Police Association
Slemon Park Corporation is a commercial and residential property management
and development company for companies and training organizations in aviation,
aerospace, police and security training and other commercial activities.
Current Slemon Park tenants include Holland College, the Atlantic Police
Academy, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), and the RCMP.
The Institute for Performance and Learning (IPL) is a not-for-profit
organization developing workplace learning professionals. By conducting
and publishing research, the Institute guides existing practitioners and
helps Canadian employers and public policy makers understand how to
evaluate – and support – the role of workplace performance and learning
across Canada. Supported by a rapidly growing membership across 18 chapters from
coast to coast, the Institute exists to elevate the performance and
learning profession by setting the standards for excellence in
professional practice through a competency framework, code of ethics,
and sought-after professional designations. A professional certification program is offered by IPL.