How to Apply
To enroll into any CRI program, students must fill out an Enrollment Agreement. Upon acceptance, students will be asked to supply the additional information or documentation required for their chosen course of instruction. After enrollment agreements for the chosen program(s) are completed and admission is granted, students need not reapply unless they have been dismissed due to misconduct or they have been inactive in our program for over a year.
Must be 18 years of age or older;
A valid government issued photo identification card or driver’s license;
Be in good physical health: Physical Consultation Waiver. Please fill out this form or submit a recent physical to the Administration.
A Background Check may be required for certain courses. Active military and law enforcement are exempt from this requirement.
Types of Programs
CRI offers both long and short term courses. Long term courses are considered Vocational School Programs and are minimum of 12 days in duration. Short term courses run no longer than 5 days.
At present, there are four vocational school programs (Advanced Bodyguard/Private Security, Counter-Terrorism Instructor, Krav Haganah Instructor and Professional Drone Pilot). Forms for these programs may be downloaded directly from this site (please see below).
You'll need to fill out an enrollment agreement for your chosen course. Please allow 1-3 days for processing. The administration will then contact you once you have secured a spot in your chosen course. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee placement, as the course date that you have chosen may be at capacity. In the event that you are not able to register for the date that you want, we will ask if you would like an alternate date before processing your enrollment. After 3 days you may call Administration to check on the status of your enrollment. If you are having issues please contact us and we will assist you.
To reserve your space in one of our courses, you must submit
1. Enrollment Agreements (Vocational School Programs)
2. Enrollment Agreements (Short Term Courses/Classes)
Vocational Rehabilitation Educational Benefits
Students using Vocational Rehabilitation Educational Benefits should contact the Voc Rehab Counselor in their state. Vocational Rehabilitation funding can be obtained through state benefits or through the Veteran's Administration.
For any student that has an outstanding balance with CRI, a payment plan can be set up per month for a period of up to 12 months, for certain courses. To find out more about our payment plans, please contact the Administration directly at 702-222-3489.