We offer fully accredited, nationally recognised training courses ready to start now including security guard training, risk analysis, first aid and CPR courses. If you’re ready for a role in the security industry, we can get you the qualifications you need.
Whether through our interactive online training or in our modern and well-equipped training room in Auburn, Sydney, Multisec Training offers end-to-end educational courses designed to accelerate your career in the security industry. Learn in ease and comfort with online assessment, digital screens, wi-fi, modern training classrooms, experience trainers and plenty of free onsite and street parking.
By personally supporting you before, during and after your training, we’ll help you complete the course, apply for a security licence, develop a CV, apply for jobs and prepare for an interview.
We guarantee every eligible student a job either at our own Multisec Security business or via our partnerships with leading NSW security firms
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Providing personal support from start to finish, we’ll find every eligible student a role either at our own Multisec Security or via our partnerships with leading NSW security firms.
While many courses take 15 days, we were the first to streamline a course that lets you apply for your security licence after 10 days. The course is fully approved by the NSW Police Force’s SLED.
We tick all the boxes: A fully licensed and insured SLED-approved (No. 20/054) registered training organisation (RTO# 45548 M/L 000104107).
The owners have been involved in the Australian law enforcement and security industry for over 40 years, attracting the leading trainers.
If studying is not your strength, don’t worry. We offer one-on-one help with the course content and workload. We also support you with all the documentation to apply for your security licence.
We’re ready when you are, with new courses starting regularly. As a Multisec student, you also have
after-hours access to our SLED-approved trainers 7
days a week.
Learn in ease and comfort with online assessment, digital screens, wi-fi, modern training classrooms, experience trainers and plenty of free onsite and street parking.
We now offer a security guard training course that runs over 5 weekends. So you have even more flexibility if you need to work around your job or personal schedule.
We’re happy when you are.
While we offer a range of courses, Multisec Training is respected as one of NSW’s leading providers of nationally recognised training to become a security guard, delivered by dedicated and experienced professional trainers.
Our premium security guard training starts with an information session, followed by an application and a pre-security guard training assessment to ensure you are well-equipped to complete the security guard training course. Before you commence our security guard training course, you must also possess a current first aid certificate, which we can help you with if you don’t have one.
The security guard training course begins with a highly interactive and engaging online learning program to give you the knowledge you need to complete the face-to-face classroom security guard training. The face-to-face component of the security guard training course is scheduled for two weeks, over 10 days. We offer security guard training during the week or over the weekend if that suits you better.
Once you have completed the security guard training course, you can apply for a NSW Security Licence, which entitles you to perform security guard work in NSW. Once licensed, you have many career options including static guarding at shopping centres or work sites, crowd control at venues or hotels, or concierge work at office buildings.
To enrol in the NSW Security Licence Course, CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations, you need to meet the following pre-qualification criteria:
To enrol in the CPP41519-Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis Course. you need to meet the following pre-qualification criteria:
On completion of this course, you will be awarded a nationally recognised CPP41519: Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis. You will then be able to apply for a Class 2A Security Licence.
The cost of the CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations Course may vary depending on the training provider you choose. At Multisec Training, the cost for the CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations Course is as follows:
The weekday course is completed over 10 days, while the weekend course is completed over 5 weekends.
It’s important to note that these prices are subject to change.
The CPP20218-Certificate II Security Operations has been nationally recognised and upon completion, successful candidates are qualified to obtain a Class 1A Security Licence in NSW.
The cost of the Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis course may vary depending on the training provider you choose. At Multisec Training, the cost for the Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis course is as follows:
It’s important to note that these prices are subject to change and other training providers may have different pricing structures. Additionally, there may be additional costs associated with the course such as textbooks, materials, and exam fees. It’s always a good idea to check with the training provider directly for the most up-to-date and accurate pricing information.
The Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis is completed in up to 12 months of self-paced learning and is offered in three different delivery options:
The CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations is completed in just 10 weekdays of hands on training, alternately it can be completed over a a course of 5 weekends.
As of 1 June 2023, various amendments to the NSW Police Class 1AC Security Licence have been mandated to meet Visa requirements.
These requirements will ensure that all applicants for the NSW Security Licence will maintain their Visa status.
From 1 June 2023, applicants must either be Australian citizens or permanent residents, or hold a visa permit sponsored by a Master security licence holder or a visa for a skilled occupation aligned to the activities authorized by the intended licence. These changes have been implemented to comply with Visa permit regulations.
The proposed changes to visa holders for the issue of a security licence mean that if you hold a current security licence but don’t meet the new visa requirements, you may retain and renew your licence. However, you won’t be eligible to reapply for a licence if your current licence expires or it is surrendered, revoked, or ceases to be in force for any other reason.
To maintain your visa status, holders of a valid security license and visa are strongly encouraged to stay on top of these changes. Multisec Training is dedicated to helping individuals apply for their security licence before 1 June 2023, providing personalised assistance for all security licensing course applicants.
The Security Licensing Enforcement Directorate has clarified that visa holders who apply for a security licence before June 1, 2023, won’t be affected by the new changes. This means that if your security licence course starts or finishes after the given date, your licence application won’t be impacted as long as you apply before the deadline.
We urge all current and prospective security personnel to act quickly to obtain their security licence before the 1 June 2023 deadline. Don’t let these changes catch you off guard – contact Multisec Training today to get started on your security licence application.
Multisec Training offers a variety of security courses, including the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations and the CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Analysis.
Located at 15 / 191 Parramatta Road, AUBURN NSW 2144 with free onsite parking for our students.
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