CPTED Training Courses  Update:








CPTED Level 1 Courses  ( new format )​

The CPTED Professional Training Centre is pleased to announce a hybrid course, featuring an academic component delivered in (five) two hour online segments over a five week period and a two day practically oriented component in class delivered over two successive days. The following is the schedule for the Fall Course.



There will be five (5) online sessions each session will be 2 hrs/ week.



  • Thursday, September 2, 2021

  • Thursday, September 9, 2021

  • Thursday, September 16, 2021

  • Thursday, September 23 2021

  • Thursday, September 30, 2021



There will be two (2) days in class sessions at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation – 5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, Ontario – 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Due to the current social distancing restrictions for indoor events, the capacity for the classrooms is limited.  In order to address this problem, we will have two dates for the in class sessions. The priority for the first date will be given those who have registered for the May, 2021 session.



First in class session: (FULL)

  • Thursday, October 7, 2021

  • Friday, October 8, 2021

Second in class session: (spaces available)

  • Thursday, October 14, 2021

  • Friday, October 15, 2021

For more course information and registration forms, please click on our Courses Page​

CPTED Advanced Level 2 Course (4 days in class)​

  • October 25 -28, 2021  (limited spots available)


For more course information and registration forms, please click on our Courses Page

All training sessions will be held at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI),  Mississauga, Ontario

COVID -19 Measures and Protocol

The Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI) have a number of safety measures to ensure the health and safety of their guests. Please click on  Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI) for more information about the safety and health measures at their facility.

Private Courses:
The CPTED Professional Training Centre will conduct private courses for companies, agencies and police services by request. (see our client list) For further information and /or a quote, please contact us at wgncollaborative@gmail.com




Due to the recent surge in COVID cases in Ontario, our courses scheduled for May, June and July 2021 will be postponed until the of Fall 2021. Sorry for the inconvenience.... but safety and health come first.

Please see below the new Fall Schedule.

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design or CPTED (pronounced sep-ted), as it is more commonly known is a proven set of design principles that are internationally recognized and used by planners, designers, police officers, security professionals, academics, educators, retailers and others, to reduce the fear and incidence of crime as well as improve the quality of life. CPTED principles are extremely versatile and cost effective when applied at the design stage. CPTED principles have been adopted by many North American police services, municipalities and planning departments.


The CPTED Professional Training Centre provides CPTED training by seasoned professionals. Our training courses will provide you with a thorough understanding of the standard CPTED principles and strategies while giving you an opportunity to work on real life problems. See our Client List.


Although the CPTED Professional Training Centre was recently formed, the founders Wayne Nishihama and Tom McKay have been instrumental in the CPTED movement in Ontario and have been training professionals since 1992. Tom,  a crime prevention officer with Peel Regional Police and known as Canada's foremost CPTED instructors, will instruct the courses. While, Wayne will assist Tom on the courses and provide a design perspective to CPTED. 


in addition, we will bring other professionals with valued expertise in the field of security, design, planning and policing, to assist in the courses.


All courses will be held in the Corporate Event Centre at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI) in Mississauga, Ontario.