CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations covers everything you will be required to know in order to apply for your Security Officer (Unarmed) Licence. This licence allows you to undertake work in Airports, Shopping Centres, retail loss prevention, power stations, corporate security, building sites, industrial sites, patrols and much more.
Upon successful competition of this course, a Certificate II in Security Operations (CPP20212) qualification, as well as a First Aid certificate will be awarded.
- Security Officer (Unarmed)
- Monitoring (Monitoring no longer requires additional training in order to be added a function to a security licence).
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Not pose a risk to public safety
- Have no previous criminal convictions in the past 10 years Note; driving offences (e.g. speeding, drink driving, etc.) are not normally disqualifying offence where a conviction was recorded.
- A criminal history check is one of the requirements conducted by the Office of Fair Trading when applying for a Security Licence. It is the responsibility of each participant to check their eligibility with the Office of Fair Trading prior to booking into this course. If participants book into the course and realise they are not eligible, no refund will be applicable.
- Be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold the appropriate Visa to work within the Security Industry in QLD
- Participants must display sufficient language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills required to read and understand organisational policies and procedures, write reports and communicate with others in plain English.
- Prior to enrolment participants may choose to undertake an LLN assessment.
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This course is delivered face-to-face over a one week (six days) period and is supported by a self- paced assessment workbook.
Week 1 – Monday to Saturday
The program incorporates a combination of theory and practices through presentations, group discussions, role-plays and self-paced learning to ensure you get the most out of it.
Security Providers licence applications are administered by the Queensland Government Office of Fair Trading. The process for preparing and submitting the licence application will be covered on the course. Refer to the Office of Fair Trading website for further information and current licence application fees.
The Security Providers Act 1993 requires individuals who hold Crowd Controller and Bodyguard licence functions to undertake refresher training every three years. All security providers are required to maintain a current First Aid certificate.
Course fees may vary depending on the delivery location of the course.
Training and assessment is delivered in partnership with Asset College (RTO #31718)