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CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Communicate effectively in the security industry

  • Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

  • Work effectively in the security industry

  • Respond to security risk situation

  • Work as part of a security team

  • Provide security services to clients

  • Apply first aid

CAREER OUTCOMES

A current security officer (unarmed) licence holder, can apply for security positions such as

  • Static guard

  • Mobile patrol officer

  • Construction Site

  • Shopping centres

  • Resorts, universities

  • Schools and a multitude of other areas.

This Qualification is required to become a licensed security officer (unarmed). The learner must complete the 12 units of competency according to Queensland state legislation. Successful completion of this program will allow you to apply for an unrestricted Security Officer licence, and will provide a pathway to higher level training programs, such as Certificate III in Security Operations. Your trainer’s aim is to provide you with the information and skills to become an effective and efficient security professional. Role plays, scenarios, case studies, class discussions and real life experiences provide students with a stimulating and fun learning environment. Our training program includes an introduction to the private security industry, legal studies, ethical standards, performance management, teamwork, communication skills, risk management, incident management, reporting, security officer duties and responsibilities, defensive techniques and first aid. This program incorporates a combination of theory and practice through presentations, group discussions, role plays and self paced learning.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 1500.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face

DURATION

Minimum full time load of 17 days
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

The students who undertake the Certificate II in Security Operations is provided with advice on further training options. Students who gain this qualification can further their study in the Certificate III in Security Operations CPP30411 or employment as a Security Guard.

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    CPPSEC2001A

    Communicate effectively in the security industry

    CPPSEC2002A

    Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

    CPPSEC2003B

    Work effectively in the security industry

    CPPSEC2004B

    Respond to security risk situation

    CPPSEC2005A

    Work as part of a security team

    CPPSEC2006B

    Provide security services to clients

    HLTAID003

    Provide first aid

    Elective Units

    CPPSEC2017A

    Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques

    CPPSEC2011B

    Control access to and exit from premises

    CPPSEC2012A

    Monitor control individual and crowd behaviour

    CPPSEC2014A

    Operate basic security equipment

    CPPSEC2015A

    Patrol premises
  • Requirements

    There are no pre-requisites preventing anyone from completing the program for educational purposes, however under the Security Providers Act, a person must be an “Appropriate Person” to obtain a licence. You may NOT be an appropriate person if you were: A patient within the meaning of the Mental Health Act; Taken advantage, as a debtor, of the laws of Bankruptcy; or have been charged or convicted of an indictable offence. You must also be 18 years of age to apply for a licence. If any of the above applies to you, it may prevent you from being issued a licence.