How to Apply

To enroll into any CRI program, students must fill out an Application for Admission.  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.

Admissions Requirements

  • Must be 18 years of age or older; 

  • A valid government issued photo identification card or driver’s license; 

  • To provide one of the following that includes graduation date (if applicable) and can be an unofficial copy of transcript: 1) a valid U.S. High School Diploma, 2) GED® Test Scores; 3) Private State School Affidavit by the state for the school from which the diploma was granted, if home schooled; 4) College Transcripts; 

  • Copy of student DD-214 (if applicable)\

  • Be in good physical health: Physical Consultation Waiver. Please fill out this form or submit a recent physical to the Administration.

  • Background Check - Other than active military and law enforcement, applicants must submit to a criminal background check.  Background checks are done by a third party agency.  CRI will provide the background check form for the applicant to fill out and sign.   CRI has the right, at its discretion, to refuse training based on past occurrences found in the background search or for any other reason.  A background check form will be sent to the applicant by CRI Administration after the applicant’s application and enrollment are received.   Once the background check is completed, the applicant must not have any charge(s) that would stop him/her from owning , maintaining or being in possession of a firearm per 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1)  and  18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9)  and 18 U.S.C. § 921(a)(33) .  This also applies to any program that does not utilize a firearm.  Examples of a person not being able to own a firearm are having any felony or a domestic violence conviction.  There are no waivers for this requirement.  

Types of Programs

CRI offers both long and short term courses. Short term course registration forms are not available for download on this site. Please contact the office for those forms at cri@critraining.com. Long term courses are considered Vocational School Programs.

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).

Fill out an application for the school and 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. Application for Admission

CRI Application for Admission 2020

Include a copy of your ID (government issued)

2. Enrollment Agreements

Advanced Professional Bodyguard/PSD

Counter Terrorism Instructor

Krav Haganah Instructor

Professional Drone Pilot 

3. Certificate of Eligibility 

 If you are a veteran and would like to use your VA Educational Benefits, you must request your Certificate of Eligibility. Go to https://www.vets.gov/education/apply/ to request your certificate.

It can take up to 8 weeks for you to receive your certificate from the VA, so please take a screenshot of your application confirmation from vonapp and e-mail a copy to our office.  

We have created a PDF to help you activate your benefits, please click this link for complete details.  

4. Payment

Vocational Rehabilitation Educational Benefits

Students using Vocational Rehabilitation Educational Benefits should contact a VA Voc Rehab Counselor in their state.

 

Payment Plans

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 24 months, with the option to extend to a maximum of 36 months. To find out more about our payment plans, please contact the Administration directly at 702-222-3489.

Enrollment will remain incomplete until the following documents are received at least two weeks prior to the start of your course.

 

Click each form title to access the form.

Background Consent Form.  

(If you are current law enforcement, employed with the US government, or active duty military, then sending all paperwork from your government or military email will be sufficient.)

DD 214 (If prior military/veterans this will be used to evaluate your military training)

            Additionally, we request the following student records: military transcripts, if applicable, must be received before a certificate of                  completion can be issued. Please note that these transcripts may be copies and do not have to be sent officially.

 

Civilian Transcript Release Form (if applicable) from any University, College or Vocational School.

These do not need to be sent officially, as copies are accepted.

If you have any questions or concerns about the enrollment process please call 1-702-222-3489

2421 E. Gowan Road

North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030

Tel: 1 - 702 - 222 - 3489

Email:   CRI@CRITRAINING.COM

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