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CPP20218 - Certificate II Security Operations

Persons wishing to become licensed security (unarmed), security (monitoring) and crowd controller in Queensland must have completed the 14 core competencies within the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations course.  This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting or guarding property while unarmed, and screening entry, monitoring and removing persons from premises.

Target clients of this qualification are new entrants to the security industry seeking to obtain a security (unarmed), security (monitoring) and crowd controller license in Queensland.  Legislation in Queensland requires persons working as security officers to be licensed. The Office of Fair Trading administers and issues licenses to successful applicants. Successful completion of CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations is a mandatory requirement for licensing.

  • Former military personnel
  • Former police personnel
  • Former corrections officers
  • Participants undertaking professional development
  • Participants undertaking professional
  • development to join the police service, military or corrections
  • Participants with an interest in the field of security
  • Participants seeking a career change

An online student application is required to be submitted prior to enrolment in any full security qualification. This allows our staff to work with the student to accurately assess their suitability for the selected course, assist with any recognition of prior learning entitlements and eligibility for Government funding.

BARS Training Australia is NOT registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Student (CRICOS). The Office of Fair Trading Queensland will not accept a training certificate issued to a student visa holder unless such training is conducted by a CRICOS approved provider. If you are the holder of a Student Visa you will not be enrolled to commence studies with BARS Training Australia.

BARS Training Australia (National Provider 32061) offers training packages being CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations with a flexible delivery strategy that is not only tailored to our client needs but are realistic, industry based and the most practical available.

CPP20218 - Certificate II in Security Operations

  • 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
  • HLTAID003      -  Provide First Aid (R)

Course Fees From $950

Eligible students in Queensland may receive government subsidised training under the Certificate 3 Guarantee program.

Concession = $10

Non Concession = $20

To view the full details of the course please click on “Course Application & Enrolment” below and enter the location.  You will be able see all course information as well as choose the best course dates that suit your personal circumstances.

The certificate will be delivered through a combination of self-paced learning and face to face group training and assessment. Please note, this course also requires students to complete pre-reading and online/external study in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over 7 consecutive days.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK – The pre-course workbook includes a course introduction and overview, where the student will receive information about study support, access to learning resources, flexible scheduling and delivery of training and assessment.  Information will also be given to the student about information and communication technology and any other services deemed necessary to support learners to achieve competency.

During this pre-course phase of the course the participant will be on-line video conferencing and phone hook-up support, having access to over 52 videos relating to first aid and best practice in security operations.

FACE TO FACE TRAINING – This course requires participants to attend 7 full days of face-to-face training from 9am to 5pm.  During the face-to-face training the participant will be required to complete the all remaining course underpinning knowledge and project scenario assessments. 

The participant will then be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking to part in role-plays, scenario enactments, group discussions and demonstrations that create an excellent and variety-based learning environment.

Note: Course requires participants to attend 7 full days face-to-face training

Pre-requisites

Whilst there is no pre-requisites to attend this training, participants wishing to use this qualification to obtain a security license in Queensland should contact the Office of Fair Trading on 1300 656 030 or by following this link to the Office of Fair Trading website to confirm their eligibility prior to commencing the course. (view website)

All participants should also have basic language, literacy and numeracy skills and are required to identify if they require language, literacy and numeracy support prior to enrolment by completing a short language, literacy and numeracy examination.

Participants can also ask for language, literacy and numeracy support during the delivery if they find they are experiencing difficulties.   For more information on the policies and procedures that will relate to your training experience please view the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook. (view handbook)

Students must be physically capable of responding to first aid emergency scenarios, including providing CPR to a manikin on the floor. Anyone in a wheelchair or with other disabilities that may impact their participation in these activities should contact us to discuss their individual circumstances before enrolling.

Funding Issues

Funding also may be available through the Queensland Government's certificate 3 Guarantee Boost, assisting unemployed jobseekers or those at risk of unemployment to link with training opportunities to help with finding a job or stay in employment.

To be eligible for funding under the Queensland Government's Certificate 3 Guarantee Program you have to aged 15 years or above and be a permanent resident of Queensland. You must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident or temporary resident with the necessary work visa on a pathway to permanent residency. You must not hold a full certificate III or higher qualification. (view program information)

Student Co-Contribution Fees

BARS Training Australia will administer a Student Co-Contribution fee of $10 for concessional students or a Student Co-Contribution fee of $20 for non-concessional students for the course. The administration fee change includes all materials and will be collected from the applicant on submission of a course application. BARS Training Australia will retain any administration fee collected which will be fully refunded or transferred to a future course should a course application fail.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the acknowledgment of skills and knowledge held by an individual as a result of formal training, work experience and /or life experience. If you believe that you already possess some or all of the learning outcomes contained in this course and you can demonstrate current competency, then you can apply for RPL.  To register for RPL you simply contact BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours or alternatively complete your online application indicating that you wish to apply for RPL and one of our staff will contact you.  

Enrolments

Enrolment occurs through online registration and payment of course fees.  Your details are captured and stored securely, with the results of your training being linked to this enrolment information.

Refunds

All requests for refunds are to be made in writing on a Refund Request this form that needs to be accompanied by supporting documentation where applicable. This form can be obtained by contacting the BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours.

NOTE: Participants are responsible for reading all relevant materials provided on the website including the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook and the information about courses prior to enrolment. Once participants have entered their details on an order form it will be accepted by all parties that they have read the Student Handbook and agree with all the Terms and Conditions prior to commencing their training.  Please use the below link for more information and one of our sales representatives will contact you within 2 working days to discuss the program with you. (view handbook)

 
CPP20218 - Certificate II Security Operations + CPPSS00061 Cash-in-Transit

Persons wishing to become licensed security (unarmed), security (monitoring), Security (cash-in-transit) and crowd controller in Queensland must have completed the 14 core competencies within the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations course plus the cash-in-transit skill set CPPSS00061. This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting or guarding property including securely collect, transfer and deliver cash and valuables whilst in transit.

Target clients of this qualification are new entrants to the security industry seeking to obtain a security (unarmed), security (monitoring), security (cash-in-transit) and crowd controller license in Queensland.  Legislation in Queensland requires persons working as security officers to be licensed. The Office of Fair Trading administers and issues licenses to successful applicants. Successful completion of CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations plus the cash-in-transit skill set is a mandatory requirement for licensing.

Clients who may enrol include:

  • Former police personnel
  • Former corrections officers
  • Participants undertaking professional development
  • Participants undertaking professional development to join the police service, military or corrections
  • Participants with an interest in the field of security
  • Participants seeking a career change

An online student application is required to be submitted prior to enrolment in any full security qualification. This allows our staff to work with the student to accurately assess their suitability for the selected course, assist with any recognition of prior learning entitlements and eligibility for Government funding.

NOTE - BARS Training Australia is NOT registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Student (CRICOS). The Office of Fair Trading Queensland will not accept a training certificate issued to a student visa holder unless such training is conducted by a CRICOS approved provider. If you are the holder of a Student Visa you will not be enrolled to commence studies with BARS Training Australia.

BARS Training Australia (National Provider 32061) offers training packages being CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations with a flexible delivery strategy that is not only tailored to our client needs but are realistic, industry based and the most practical available.

CPP20218 - Certificate II in Security Operations

  • 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
  • HLTAID003      -  Provide First Aid (R)

CPPSS00061 - Cash-in-transit

  • CPPSEC3118  -  Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment and recify faults
  • CPPSEC3119  -  Implement cash-in-transit security procedures
  • CPPSEC3120 - Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments

Course Fees From $1200 (Partial Government Funding Available)

To view the full details of the course please click on “Course Application & Enrolment” below and enter the location.  You will be able see all course information as well as choose the best course dates that suit your personal circumstances.

The certificate will be delivered through a combination of self-paced learning and face to face group training and assessment. Please note, this course also requires students to complete pre-reading and online/external study in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over 7 consecutive days.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK – The pre-course workbook includes a course introduction and overview, where the student will receive information about study support, access to learning resources, flexible scheduling and delivery of training and assessment.  Information will also be given to the student about information and communication technology and any other services deemed necessary to support learners to achieve competency.

During this pre-course phase of the course the participant will be on-line video conferencing and phone hook-up support, having access to over 52 videos relating to first aid and best practice in security operations.

FACE TO FACE TRAINING – This course requires participants to attend 7 full days of face-to-face training from 9am to 5pm.  During the face-to-face training the participant will be required to complete the all remaining course underpinning knowledge and project scenario assessments. 

The participant will then be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking to part in role-plays, scenario enactments, group discussions and demonstrations that create an excellent and variety-based learning environment.

Note: Course requires participants to attend 7 full days face-to-face training

Pre-requisites

Whilst there is no pre-requisites to attend this training, participants wishing to use this qualification to obtain a security license in Queensland should contact the Office of Fair Trading on 1300 656 030 or by following this link to the Office of Fair Trading website to confirm their eligibility prior to commencing the course. (view website)

All participants should also have basic language, literacy and numeracy skills and are required to identify if they require language, literacy and numeracy support prior to enrolment by completing a short language, literacy and numeracy examination.

Participants can also ask for language, literacy and numeracy support during the delivery if they find they are experiencing difficulties.   For more information on the policies and procedures that will relate to your training experience please view the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook. (view handbook)

Students must be physically capable of responding to first aid emergency scenarios, including providing CPR to a manikin on the floor. Anyone in a wheelchair or with other disabilities that may impact their participation in these activities should contact us to discuss their individual circumstances before enrolling.

Funding Issues

Funding also may be available through the Queensland Government's certificate 3 Guarantee Boost, assisting unemployed jobseekers or those at risk of unemployment to link with training opportunities to help with finding a job or stay in employment.

NOTE: The cash-in-transit skill set CPPSS00061 component of the course is not funded through the Queensland's certifcate 3 Guarantee funding program.

To be eligible for funding under the Queensland Government's Certificate 3 Guarantee Program you have to aged 15 years or above and be a permanent resident of Queensland. You must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident or temporary resident with the necessary work visa on a pathway to permanent residency. You must not hold a full certificate III or higher qualification. (view program information)

Student Co-Contribution Fees

BARS Training Australia will administer a Student Co-Contribution fee of $10 for concessional students or a Student Co-Contribution fee of $20 for non-concessional students for the course. The administration fee change includes all materials and will be collected from the applicant on submission of a course application. BARS Training Australia will retain any administration fee collected which will be fully refunded or transferred to a future course should a course application fail.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the acknowledgment of skills and knowledge held by an individual as a result of formal training, work experience and /or life experience. If you believe that you already possess some or all of the learning outcomes contained in this course and you can demonstrate current competency, then you can apply for RPL.  To register for RPL you simply contact BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours or alternatively complete your online application indicating that you wish to apply for RPL and one of our staff will contact you.  

Enrolments

Enrolment occurs through online registration and payment of course fees.  Your details are captured and stored securely, with the results of your training being linked to this enrolment information.

Refunds

All requests for refunds are to be made in writing on a Refund Request this form that needs to be accompanied by supporting documentation where applicable. This form can be obtained by contacting the BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours.

NOTE: Participants are responsible for reading all relevant materials provided on the website including the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook and the information about courses prior to enrolment. Once participants have entered their details on an order form it will be accepted by all parties that they have read the Student Handbook and agree with all the Terms and Conditions prior to commencing their training.  Please use the below link for more information and one of our sales representatives will contact you within 2 working days to discuss the program with you. (view handbook)

 
CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations

The CPP31318 Certificate II in Security Operations Course is a qualification suitable for individuals who wish to deepen and broaden their skills and knowledge in security operations and lead security teams in the field. It provides a pathway to further learning and work in various security roles and settings, including security risk management.

Security officers at this level provide leadership in a team environment, operate under limited supervision, and use discretion and judgement in known and unpredictable work contexts. They take responsibility for their own outputs in work and learning, and limited responsibility for the output of others in the work team.

  • Clients who may enrol include:
  • Former military personnel
  • Former police personnel
  • Former corrections officers
  • Participants undertaking professional development
  • Participants undertaking professional
  • development to join the police service, military or corrections
  • Participants with an interest in the field of security
  • Participants seeking a career change

An online student application is required to be submitted prior to enrolment in any full security qualification. This allows our staff to work with the student to accurately assess their suitability for the selected course, assist with any recognition of prior learning entitlements and eligibility for Government funding.

NOTE - BARS Training Australia is NOT registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Student (CRICOS). The Office of Fair Trading Queensland will not accept a training certificate issued to a student visa holder unless such training is conducted by a CRICOS approved provider. If you are the holder of a Student Visa you will not be enrolled to commence studies with BARS Training Australia.

BARS Training Australia (National Provider 32061) offers training packages being CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations with a flexible delivery strategy that is not only tailored to our client needs but are realistic, industry based and the most practical available.

CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations

  • BSBFLM312  -  Contribute to team effectiveness
  • CPPSEC3101  -  Manage conflict and security risks through negotiation (assessed on simulated workplace)
  • CPPSEC3102  -  Maintain operational safety and security of work environment
  • CPPSEC3103  -  Determine and implement response to security risk situation
  • CPPSEC3104  -  Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour
  • CPPSEC3105  -  Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients
  • CPPSEC3106  -  Gather, organise and present security information and documentation
  • HLTWHS003  -  Maintain work health and safety
  • CPPSEC3118  -  Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment 
  • CPPSEC3119  -  Implement cash-in-transit security procedures
  • CPPSEC3120  -  Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments
  • CPPSEC3121  -  Control persons using empty hand techniques
  • CPPSEC3122  -  Plan provision of close protection services
  • HLTAID006    -    Provide advanced first aid

Course Fees From $1450 (No Government Funding Available)

To view the full details of the course please click on “Course Application & Enrolment” below and enter the location.  You will be able see all course information as well as choose the best course dates that suit your personal circumstances.

The certificate will be delivered through a combination of self-paced learning and face to face group training and assessment. The self-paced learning is to be undertaken prior to participation in the compulsory 8-day face to face assessment.

TRAINING (Phase 1) - The initial training includes a course introduction and verview, where the student will receive information about study support, access to learning resources, flexible scheduling and delivery of training and assessment.  Information will also be given to the student about information and communication technology and any other services deemed necessary to support learners to achieve competency.

SELF- PACED LEARNING (Phase 2) - On successful completion to the training session (phase 1) the participant will be required to complete the course underpinning knowledge and project scenario assessments in a workbook or online self-paced learning format.  During this minimum 20 days self-paced phase of the course the participant will be on-line video conferencing and phone hook-up support.

In the event a participant is unable to complete the self-paced learning phase of the course prior to the scheduled assessment phase, they will be invited to attend further training sessions in that locally at no cost to the participant.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT (Phase 3) - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking to part in role-plays, scenario enactments, group discussions and demonstrations that create an excellent and variety-based learning environment.

Note: The full course is conducted over appropriately 28 days (8 days face-to-face + 20 days self paced learning through workbook or online learning)

Pre-requisites

It is a pre-requisite of this course that students hold a current security officers license in the relevant State or Territory. Note: that this qualification is not a licensing course in Queensland, any participants wishing to obatin a license should enrol in the CPP20218 - Certificate II Security operations Course.

All participants should also have basic language, literacy and numeracy skills and are required to identify if they require language, literacy and numeracy support prior to enrolment by completing a short language, literacy and numeracy examination.

Participants can also ask for language, literacy and numeracy support during the delivery if they find they are experiencing difficulties.   For more information on the policies and procedures that will relate to your training experience please view the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook. (view handbook)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the acknowledgment of skills and knowledge held by an individual as a result of formal training, work experience and /or life experience. If you believe that you already possess some or all of the learning outcomes contained in this course and you can demonstrate current competency, then you can apply for RPL.  To register for RPL you simply contact BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours or alternatively complete your online application indicating that you wish to apply for RPL and one of our staff will contact you.  

Enrolments

Enrolment occurs through online registration and payment of course fees.  Your details are captured and stored securely, with the results of your training being linked to this enrolment information.

Refunds

All requests for refunds are to be made in writing on a Refund Request this form that needs to be accompanied by supporting documentation where applicable. This form can be obtained by contacting the BARS Training Australia on (07) 5529 0834 during office hours.

NOTE: Participants are responsible for reading all relevant materials provided on the website including the BARS Training Australia Student Handbook and the information about courses prior to enrolment. Once participants have entered their details on an order form it will be accepted by all parties that they have read the Student Handbook and agree with all the Terms and Conditions prior to commencing their training.  Please use the below link for more information and one of our sales representatives will contact you within 2 working days to discuss the program with you. (view handbook)