To get a security licence in Sydney you must first complete a CPP20218-Certificate II Security Operations, pre-qualifications including being 18 years old, a fit and proper person to hold the class of licence with no criminal record.
You must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or have a visa that allows you unlimited work rights in Australia.
The qualifications to obtain a Security Licence in Sydney and start a career as Security Guard are the same for males and females.
- You must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a Sydney, NSW Security Licence, Unarmed Guard, Class 1A.
- No Criminal History, a background checks will be conducted by NSW Police when you apply for your Security Licence on competition of the courseCPP20218-Certificate II Security Operations
- You must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or have a visa that allows you unlimited work rights in Australia. It is important to understand that if you have a student visa, you are not permitted to enrol in a security course.
- 100 Points of Identification, requirements of the NSW Police Security Industry Enforcement Directorate
- Pre-Course learning, LNN, language, literacy and numeracy skills. It is a test to evaluate people ability to understand and interpret daily situations, including work-related tasks. It believes that different training processes and live experiences significantly impact on an individual ability to read, write, speak and make calculations for everyday life.
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 in Sydney, 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:
- CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security.
- CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team.
- CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security.
- CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations.
- CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients.
- CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques.
- CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security.
- CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects, and items to maintain security.
- CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises.
- CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security.
- CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons.
- CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises.
- CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables.
When you apply for a security licence through NSW Police, or renew your existing licence, you can choose to have a one year or a five year licence.
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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.
- $1100.00 Currently $900 Weekday Course (Currently on Sale until End of January)
- $1400.00 Weekend Course
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.
Taught by Quality Experienced Trainers
When you train with Multisec Training to be a security guard, we deliver Premium Security Guard Training in Sydney