Our Security Licence Course is specifically designed for individuals who are new to the security industry and seeking to acquire a Security Licence.
The CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations is a nationally recognised qualification in Australia that provides the foundational skills and knowledge required to work as a licensed security guard.
This certificate is required by individuals looking to enter the security industry and is a prerequisite for obtaining a Class 1A security license in New South Wales (NSW).
It incorporates a blend of interactive face-to-face sessions and convenient online learning modules. This combination ensures an effective and comprehensive learning experience that accommodates different learning styles and enables you to gain the necessary skills and knowledge within a condensed timeframe. Comprising s of fourteen (14) units of competency including the prerequisite unit Provide First Aid which must be possessed before you enrol.
This course provides a well-rounded curriculum that covers a wide range of security skills and knowledge crucial to your success. Delve into topics such as legal and ethical responsibilities, effective communication and conflict resolution, fundamental first aid techniques, and emergency response procedures. Additionally, you’ll explore units focused on patrolling, access control, monitoring security operations, and effectively managing incidents and risks. By completing this comprehensive training, you’ll be equipped with the necessary expertise to excel in the field of security.
Immerse yourself in a training program led by seasoned trainers who possess extensive backgrounds in the security industry and law enforcement. With their invaluable expertise, you will receive exceptional guidance and support throughout your course and beyond. Our commitment to your success extends beyond the training period, ensuring you gain the knowledge and qualifications necessary to apply for a Class 1A security licence. With this comprehensive support system, you’ll be well-prepared to embark on a successful security career.
Multisec Training Centre located in Auburn has state of the art training facilities with quality technology to enhance your training experience to become a security officer.
Located at 15 / 191 Parramatta Road, AUBURN NSW 2144 with free onsite parking available and accessible by bus.
The First Aid course is to be completed prior to starting the Certificate II Security Operations course.
CPP20218: Certificate II in Security Operations
Completed prior to course commencement
10 days of face-to-face instruction
$990 (weekday course), $1,300 (weekend course)
Call our friendly team on 1300 891 503,email [email protected] or submit an enquiry.
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The security guard course takes approximately 10 weekdays or 5 weekend sessions to complete, though pre-course learning could potentially span up to 5 weeks of online study.
Completion of CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations necessitates a mix of both on-site and self-directed training.
The LNN, language, literacy and numeracy skills test evaluates the capacity of individuals to comprehend and analyze daily scenarios, including professional duties. It surmises that different training avenues and actual occurrences greatly affect a person’s capability to read, write, converse, and perform mathematical operations for common life. Prior to beginning face to face security training programs, the test necessitates exercises and quizzes.
In order to commence the Security Guard course and apply for a NSW Security Licence, applicants must be 18 years of age or older, an Australian or New Zealand citizen, a permanent Australian resident, or a holder of a visa that permits them to work in Australia (excluding student, student dependent, or working holiday visas). Those with a criminal record should contact us to determine if they meet the qualifications for a security licence.
Prior to commencement of the Security Licence Course, you must first obtain the HLTAID011 First Aid Certificate.
As of 1 June 2023, various amendments to the NSW Police Class 1ACSecurity 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.
Multisec Training recognizes that the recent changes to the NSW Security Industry will have a significant impact. Therefore, we’re collaborating with security firms and individuals who possess visas and aspire to acquire a security licence. To aid current visa holders, we’ll commence Security Licence Course every Monday from 24 April to 29 May 2023. This will assist them in enrolling in the course before the changes take effect and applying for a security licence by the 1 June 2023 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.
Take advantage of Multisec Training’s limited-time discount and begin your career as a Security Guard in 2023 at a reduced price: $990, down from $1100.
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.
These is another fee from NSW Police to obtain the actual licence.
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The candidate sought to hold a Security Licence in NSW must operate as a Security Guard in NSW and be employed by a master licensee, or hold a master licence of their own.
You must also apply to the Security Licence Enforcement Directorate (SLED) for a licence. At the time of applying, you must provide SLED with 100 points of ID, your current first aid certificate and a CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations.
Our NSW Security Licence course offers the convenience of online pre-course learning, allowing you to complete the required components from the comfort of your own home. The pre-course learning period typically spans up to 5 weeks, giving you ample time to study and prepare.
Before enrolling in the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations, prospective students will undergo an LLN (Language, Literacy, and Numeracy) Test. This assessment evaluates your pre-course learning, as well as your language, literacy, and numeracy skills. It aims to gauge your understanding and interpretation of everyday situations and work-related tasks. Factors such as prior experience and training can significantly impact your ability to read, write, communicate, and perform calculations. The LLN Test consists of tasks and quizzes that need to be completed before attending the in-person security training classes.
By conducting this assessment, we ensure that all students are equipped with the necessary foundational skills to succeed in the Security Licence course. It allows us to tailor the training program to meet your individual needs and provide the support required for your learning journey.
Whether a career as a security guard is considered good can depend on individual preferences, circumstances, and career goals. Here are some factors to consider when evaluating the potential of a security guard career:
Job Stability: The demand for security services is generally consistent, providing a level of job stability. Security guards are needed in various industries, including commercial, residential, event security, healthcare, and more.
Entry-Level Opportunities: Becoming a security guard often requires minimal educational requirements, making it accessible for individuals seeking entry-level positions or those looking to transition into a new field.
Skill Development: Working as a security guard can provide opportunities for skill development in areas such as communication, conflict resolution, observation, emergency response, and problem-solving. These skills can be transferable to other professions.
Career Progression: With experience and additional training, security guards can advance to supervisory roles or specialize in specific areas such as executive protection, cybersecurity, or risk management.
Industry Variety: Security guard positions can be found in a wide range of industries, allowing individuals to choose an area that aligns with their interests or offers unique opportunities. This variety can add diversity to one’s career path.
Professional Development: Many security companies offer ongoing training and development programs to enhance skills and keep up with evolving industry standards and technologies.
Personal Fulfillment: Some individuals find satisfaction in the role of protecting people, property, and assets, contributing to a sense of safety and well-being in their communities.
It’s important to note that the nature of the job may involve irregular working hours, potential risks, and demanding situations. Additionally, salaries for security guards can vary depending on factors such as experience, location, and industry.
Considering these aspects, individuals should assess their own interests, skills, and long-term career goals when determining if a security guard career aligns with their aspirations. Researching the specific opportunities and potential for growth in their desired location can provide valuable insights.
Some of the most common duties of an unarmed security officer typically include:
Access Control: Checking identification, verifying credentials, and controlling entry to the premises or designated areas.
Patrolling and Surveillance: Conducting regular patrols of the premises, monitoring surveillance systems, and reporting any suspicious activities or incidents.
Security Monitoring: Keeping a watchful eye on the surroundings, including monitoring CCTV cameras, alarms, and other security systems.
Incident Response: Responding to security breaches, disturbances, or emergencies, and taking appropriate actions to resolve or report them.
Crowd Management: Maintaining order and ensuring the safety of individuals in crowded areas, such as events or public gatherings.
Customer Service: Assisting visitors, employees, or customers with inquiries, directions, or other assistance while maintaining a professional and courteous demeanor.
Safety Inspections: Identifying and reporting safety hazards, such as faulty equipment, potential fire risks, or trip hazards.
Report Writing: Documenting incidents, observations, and any relevant information in accurate and detailed reports.
Emergency Procedures: Following established protocols and procedures during emergencies, including evacuations, lockdowns, or first aid responses.
Liaison with Law Enforcement: Cooperating and communicating with law enforcement agencies as needed, providing support or information during investigations.
Loss Prevention: Deterring theft, vandalism, or other criminal activities by maintaining a visible presence and promptly reporting suspicious behavior.
Adherence to Policies and Regulations: Enforcing company policies, security protocols, and applicable laws or regulations.
It’s important to note that the specific duties of an unarmed security guard may vary depending on the location, type of establishment, and specific responsibilities assigned by the employer.
The CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations consists of a set of core units and elective units that cover various aspects of security operations. The specific units may vary depending on the training provider, but common units may include:
These units are:
Elective Units: The selection of elective units may vary based on the training provider and individual preferences. Some examples of elective units in the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations may include:
Assessment: Students are assessed through a combination of written assessments, practical demonstrations, case studies, and observations. The assessment methods may vary among training providers.
Upon successful completion of the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations, individuals may be eligible to apply for a security license and work in various security roles, including security officer, crowd controller, event security, or access control officer.
Multisec Training is an Registered training organisation RTO 45548 and approved provider by the SLED, Multisec Training has been operating in the security sector for a number of years and provides Premium security training in Sydney.
This is to say, a training company that is approved to deliver the security licence course in NSW. A list of training providers can be located on the Security Licensing Enforcement Directorate website.
To obtain a security licence in NSW, you must first complete a CPP20218 Certificate II Security Operations, then you can apply to one of the NSW based approved training providers.
Weekday courses start each Monday, and we also offer a calendar of weekend courses. Multisec Training Rooms are located at 15/191 Parramatta Road, Auburn, NSW. We are close to main roads and there is ample parking onsite.
Multisec Training delivers the security licence course in Auburn Sydney, at 15 / 191 Parramatta Road, AUBURN NSW 2144 with free onsite parking for our students.
Providing personal support from start to finish, we’ll find every student who gains a security licence 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.
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