In Australia, the security industry is regulated by the Security Industry Act 1997, and security guards are required to have specific qualifications and licence to perform their duties.
As of 1 June 2023, various amendments to the NSW Police Class 1ACSecurity Licence have been mandated to meet Visa requirements.
Securing an unarmed security guard position in NSW can be a gratifying and rewarding vocation for those invested in safeguarding people and assets.
Ensure you’re well-prepared for a rewarding career as a security guard, prepare yourself for the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations course.
The duties of an unarmed security guard may include securing a commercial premises and patrolling a property. Crowd control in hotels and music festivals.
Students completing the CPP20218-Certificate II Security Operations can apply to SLED for a 1AC security licence in NSW, enrol now with Multisec Training Auburn.
In NSW to become a Bouncer/ Crowd Controller you require a security licence, a Certificate II in Security Operations.
To apply for a 1AC Security Licence in NSW, first you need to complete a security licence course, which you could do with Multisec Training in Auburn.