Our security course in Parramatta will provide you with the skills and knowledge to become a security officer in NSW.
The Multisec Training rooms are state of the art, the office is located at 15/191 Parramatta Rd, Auburn, where your hands on training to become a security officer will begin.
The Certificate II in Security Operations security course will provide you with the qualifications to become a security officer in Sydney/ NSW, you will then need to apply for your security licence.
The course commences with an information session, followed by students completing an application to commence our security officer training, followed by a pre-security guard training assessment, that measures your capacity to complete the security officer training course.
The security guard course comprises of fourteen (14) units of competency including the prerequisite unit – Provide First Aid which must be possessed before you enrol.
The face-to-face component of the course involves 10 days instruction at Auburn, NSW, where you will be involved in facilitator lead classroom instruction, and interactive, hands-on practical assessments.
After completing our security officer training course and receiving your NSW Security Licence, the types of work you could do include static security officer at shopping centres or work sites, security guard crowd control at venues of hotels, or concierge work at office buildings. Of course, you could perform many other types of work as a security guard after completing our security guard training course and successfully applying for a NSW Security Licence.
Multisec Training offers two separate pathways to successful attainment of the new CPP20218-Certificate II in Security Operations.
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)
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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You must have a Provide First Aid HLTAID011 first aid training certificate.
The CPP20218 Certificate II Security Operations- NSW Security Guard Licence Course completed a Multisec Training, course costings below.
Once completed and you apply for your Sydney, NSW Security Licence Class 1A Licence, these is another fee from NSW Police to obtain the actual licence.
Completed at Multisec Training in Auburn.
The qualifications to obtain a NSW Security Licence and start a career as Security Guard are the same for males and females.
In order to become a security guard, you must first obtain a NSW security license. You will have to have successfully completed an accredited course such as the Certificate II in Security Operations.
If you meet these pre-qualification criteria and are looking for a career change to become a Security Guard, then all you need to do is call Multisec Training on 1300 891 503to find out how to enrol and next available security licence course dates
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.
Once you decide to enrol into a NSW Security Licence course, you will be required to undertake a number of LLN tests.
This Pre-Course learning, LNN, language, literacy and numeracy skills. It is a test to evaluate people’s ability to understand and interpret daily situations, including work-related tasks. It believes that different training processes and live experiences significantly impact an individual’s ability to read, write, speak and make calculations for everyday life. The test involves exercises and quizzes prior to commencing your face to face security training classes.
The pre-learning can at times make the length of the security license course go for up to five weeks. However, you are in control of this and could, provided you reduce the length of time you take to do the pre-learning, which of course if self-paced, to as little as 3 weeks. This includes a week of pre-learning and 2 weeks face to face.
10 Days Face to Face learning is required to complete the Certificate 11 in Security Operations.
The security licence course is a short training course to change your Career to become a Security Guard in NSW
Multisec Training was the first provider in NSW to offer a Security Licence Enforcement Directorate approved Security Licence Course that went for two weeks.
All other providers at that time were only offering a three-week course. A number of providers have now followed suit, seeing the benefit to industry and to the students in a shorter, more targeted and relevant security licence course.
As previously stated, the length of Multisec Training’s security course is ten days face to face learning, as well as a number of days pre-learning.
Multisec Training has a number of very experienced trainers who come from various areas of the NSW Security and Law Enforcement industries.
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.
The length of the course with Multisec Training is 10 days face to face. If the pre-learning is taken into consideration, the length of the course could be as long as 5 weeks. However, you are able to reduce the actual length of the course if you are able to do your pre-learning quicker. Within the security license course , 13 units of competency need to be completed, to qualify for the security licence certificate. These units are:
Becoming a security guard is a fantastic career for people of all ages, with a large variety of jobs to choose from.
Security Guards can do mobile or static patrols, or crowd control in hotels, large venues or at music festivals. Being a security guard is highly respected and often involves working with the police or the client to reduce the risk of crime. Although it is for all ages, security guards still need to be physically fit enough to walk and stand for extended periods of time. You will also need good upper body strength to carry, move or restrain people.
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.
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