Essential Steps to become a Security Guard in NSW
Securing an unarmed security guard position in NSW can be a gratifying and rewarding vocation for those invested in safeguarding people and assets.
Is a security guard a good career?
Becoming a security guard is a fantastic career for people of all ages, with a large variety of jobs they can choose from, including Static Security Guard.
How do I become a Security Guard in NSW?
To become a Security Guard in NSW you require a Certificate II in Security Operations, course CPP20218, this qualification is nationally recognised.
Do Security Guards Carry Weapons in NSW?
In NSW some security guards carry weapons, however they must possess a firearms licence to do so. Train with Multisec Training to become a security guard.
What training is needed to become a Security Guard?
Training to become a Security Guard, requires the completion of a certificate course CPP20218 in Certificate II in in Security Operations.
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Security Guard Qualifications
There are no specific requirements to become a security guard, a good level of education is an advantage. NSW Police Force will carry out background checks.
Security Course Training Every Monday
Multisec Training is now commencing a Security Course CPP20218 Certificate II Security Operations the course starts every Monday. The Security Course Certificate II Security Operations Course provides you with the skills to obtains a Class 1A Security License