Bylaw Enforcement Officers are in Demand

Have You Considered a Career in Bylaw Enforcement? Are you looking for a new career that pays well, has security, growth, minimal cost of entry, and gives multiple employment avenues?

Bylaw Enforcement Officer is a career you should consider.

Local governing bodies and private companies across Canada particularly in British Columbia, are struggling with the same issue of finding trained and certified people to fill Bylaw Enforcement and related positions within their organizations.

If the thought of being an enforcement officer doesn’t appeal to you, it may come as a surprise to know, the Bylaw Enforcement Officer training is required for more than to become a ‘Bylaw Enforcement Officer’.

Many of the job openings available at this time are in employment sectors which require the Bylaw Enforcement Officer training but do not involve direct enforcement duties.

The initial training to get into these positions is a 2 week long program.

Bylaw Enforcement Officer Training is required for a number of in-demand positions

Employment resources in Canada show over 250 job openings right now in British Columbia alone. There is an even greater demand in major metropolitan centres like Vancouver, Surrey, and Kelowna. Most of these positions require the 2 week Bylaw Enforcement Officer program.

 The Bylaw Enforcement training Level 1 & 2 gives students the key practical and theoretical experience to gain excellent employment in jobs like; Parks and Recreations, Animal Control, Bylaw Enforcement Officer, Parking Enforcement, and many more rewarding and high paying careers.

The average median wage for Bylaw Enforcement Officer and related careers is $58,000 per year.

One-third of our alumni from our previous Bylaw Enforcement Officer class were employed before they were finished the course. That’s how in demand this position is.

Employers like City of Kelowna and City of Surrey consistently have excellent career opportunities available to students who take the Bylaw Enforcement Officer course offered at Focus College.

Bylaw Enforcement Officers Play a Vital Role in Society

Major metropolitan areas locally to British Columbia and nationally in Canada are seeing a massive increase in new industry, and population growth. With the continued growth of our cities comes the increased need to keep our cities safe for everyone.

The growth trends for this employment sector are currently at 14% per year.  This is not a career that is going away anytime soon.

The 2 weeks training for this certification is a great long-term investment in your future.

Ready to get started on your new career as a Bylaw Enforcement Officer?

We’ve had overwhelming success with our Bylaw Enforcement Training Programs. Our students receive the training they need from industry professionals.

The Focus College Bylaw Enforcement Officer Level 1 & 2 is one of the fast ways to get a career that pays over $25/Hr. You can be employed in as little as 2 weeks!

We are currently offering our Bylaw Enforcement Officer program at our Kelowna Campus and Surrey Campus. These cities, in particular, have seen the most demand for Bylaw Enforcement Officers due to the rapidly increasing populations.

For more details and the most up to date intake information. do not hesitate to contact our admissions dept.

The next Focus College Bylaw Enforcement Training Level 1 & 2 is coming up fast!

Our next course start date is October 29th, 2018.

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