Queensland – Open for Business – With Covid-19 compliance approval issued by the Prevention Division of Queensland Health – BARS is now offering Government funded security courses throughout all of Queensland (including remote communities).  * * * *  E N R O L   N O W  * * * *

Security Courses - Short Courses

Crowd Control / Bodyguard Refresher Course

New regulations have identified the need for current crowd controllers to have the ability to manage conflict and minimise harm to patrons whenever necessary.  Crowd controllers / bodyguards in Queensland must undertake these three units every 3 years.  All three units are in partial completion of CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations.

Target clients of these competencies are currently Queensland licensed crowd controller or bodyguards seeking to complete their triennial refresher training, a mandatory requirement for licensing.  The BARS Short Course fulfils this legislative requirement whilst offering this professional development course that's specifically designed for crowd controllers throughout Queensland.

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 competencies with a flexible delivery strategy that is not only tailored to our client needs but are realistic, industry based and the most practical available.

Certification Issued

  • CPPSEC3101  -  Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
  • CPPSEC3121  -  Control persons using empty hand techniques
  • HLTAID006    -    Provide advanced first aid
  • HLTAID003    -    Provide first aid
  • HLTAID001    -    Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Course Fees From $450

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over 3 consecutive days.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 3 full days face-to-face practical training

Pre-requisites

All participants should also have basic language, literacy and numeracy skills but can also ask for 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.

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.

NOTE: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)

 
CPPSEC3101 - Manage Conflict + CPPSEC3121 - Control Persons

Current crowd controller / bodyguards in Queensland must undertake CPPSEC3101 - Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation and CPPSEC3121- Control persons using empty hand techniques every 3 years.  This unit focuses on the skills and knowledge required to manage conflict and the practical skills of empty hand techniques. This unit is in partial completion of CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations

The manage conflict and security risks using negotiation unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to manage conflict and security risks using negotiation techniques.

It includes:

  • reviewing and applying workplace procedures and policies including workplace health and safety (WHS) to comply with legal rights and responsibilities
  • maintaining situational awareness to identify and assess sources of conflict and risk, and selecting and implementing response options within the scope of own authority
  • using negotiation and communication techniques to resolve conflict, minimise risk and encourage a shared approach to conflict resolution
  • working with others to report, evaluate and improve response procedures.

It applies to people working independently or under limited supervision as members of a security team.

The control persons using empty hand techniques unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to control persons using empty hand techniques.

It includes:

  • identifying threats posed by persons presenting a risk to the safety of self or others and assessing response and withdrawal options
  • negotiating with subjects to defuse conflict and give spoken warnings and directions
  • applying recognised empty hand techniques using the minimum amount of force necessary to remove the immediate threat while avoiding vital areas of the body and without harming subjects
  • isolating subjects at a safe distance from members of the public and monitoring their wellbeing and safety.

It applies to people working independently or under limited supervision as members of a security team.

Certification Issued

  • CPPSEC3101  -  Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
  • CPPSEC3121  -  Control persons using empty hand techniques

Both units may form part of the licensing requirements for people engaged in security operations in those states and territories where these are regulated activities.

Course Fees From $210

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over 1 day.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 1 full day face-to-face practical training.

Pre-requisites

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.  

Note: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)

 
CPPSEC3101 - Manage Conflict ONLY

Most people turn and run when they spot a conflict, but if you're a crowd controller or a bodyguard it's your job to resolve it . As such crowd controllers / bodyguards in Queensland must undertake CPPSEC3101 - Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation every 3 years.  This unit is in partial completion of CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations.

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to manage conflict and security risks using negotiation techniques.

It includes:

  • reviewing and applying workplace procedures and policies including workplace health and safety (WHS) to comply with legal rights and responsibilities
  • maintaining situational awareness to identify and assess sources of conflict and risk, and selecting and implementing response options within the scope of own authority
  • using negotiation and communication techniques to resolve conflict, minimise risk and encourage a shared approach to conflict resolution
  • working with others to report, evaluate and improve response procedures.

It applies to people working independently or under limited supervision as members of a security team.

Certification Issued

  • CPPSEC3101  -  Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation

This unit may form part of the licensing requirements for people engaged in security operations in those states and territories where these are regulated activities.

Course Fees From $110

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over appropriate 4 hours.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 a 4 hour face-to-face practical session.

Pre-requisites

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.  

Note: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)

 
CPPSEC3121 - Control Persons ONLY

Current crowd controller / bodyguards in Queensland must undertake CPPSEC3121- Control persons using empty hand techniques every 3 years.  This unit will give students practical skills when employing empty hand techniques, as well as the knowledge of the relevant laws around use of force. This unit is in partial completion of CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to control persons using empty hand techniques.

It includes:

  • identifying threats posed by persons presenting a risk to the safety of self or others and assessing response and withdrawal options
  • negotiating with subjects to defuse conflict and give spoken warnings and directions
  • applying recognised empty hand techniques using the minimum amount of force necessary to remove the immediate threat while avoiding vital areas of the body and without harming subjects
  • isolating subjects at a safe distance from members of the public and monitoring their wellbeing and safety.

It applies to people working independently or under limited supervision as members of a security team. 

Certification Issued

  • CPPSEC3121  -  Control persons using empty hand techniques

This unit may form part of the licensing requirements for people engaged in security operations in those states and territories where these are regulated activities.

Course Fees From $110

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over appropriate 4 hours.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 a 4 hour face-to-face practical session.

Pre-requisites

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.  

Note: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)

 
HLTAID006 - Provide advanced first aid
Current crowd controller / bodyguards in Queensland must undertake HLTAID006 - Advanced first aid every 3 years.  Our flexible program is suitable for those needing workplace approved advanced first aid training or for those who just want to gain the extra skills and knowledge to provide a higher level of first aid care. This unit is in partial completion of CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations.

Target clients of these competencies are currently Queensland licensed crowd controller or bodyguards seeking to complete their triennial refresher training, a mandatory requirement for licensing. 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide an advanced first aid response, including management of the incident and other first aiders, until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

This course provides the skills to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders until the arrival of medical or other assistance. This course provides students with skills and knowledge required to use specialised equipment in the provision of resuscitation in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines. It is relevant to workers who may be required to use specialised equipment to provide and emergency response in a range of complex situations, include community and workplace settings.

Certification Issued

  • HLTAID006  -  Provide Advanced first aid (Simulated Security Work Environment)
  • HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid
  • HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Course Fees From $300

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over 2 consecutive days.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 2 full days face-to-face practical training

Skills must be demonstrated working individually in an environment that provides realistic in-depth, industry-validated scenarios and simulations to assess candidates’ skills and knowledge.  Participants will also be required to undertake practical training and assessments at floor level. This includes demonstrating CPR on a manikin for a period of two minutes. If you have poor mobility or a current injury please discuss this with us prior to booking. Participants under the age of 18 are required to provide a consent form completed by their legal guardian.

Pre-requisites

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.  

NOTE: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)

 
HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid + HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

This program will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to administer first aid to a casualty who has sustained an injury or illness, until the arrival of professional medical help.  Our experienced trainers take a professional approach that not only delivers the necessary knowledge and skills to confidently administer first aid, but the courses are also structured in a friendly, fun and enjoyable learning environment.

Target clients of this qualification are new entrants to the security industry seeking to obtain a security officer’s license and potentially a crowd controller’s license.

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 HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid is a mandatory requirement for licensing.

Whilst the theory and concepts are covered in the course, ours courses are focused on the various practical skills needed to administer first aid. Underpinning knowledge and case scenario assessments are given to the client to complete prior to attending the practical face-to-face component of the course. This allows the client to study the theory at their own pace.

All our courses use a very “hands on” approach where theory is learnt while performing scenarios relevant to the client’s industry. We use a theatrical approach to the role plays to make them appear very realistic. Mix and match games, group activities, video and PowerPoint presentations making our courses interactive and a very enjoyable learning experience.

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.

Participant enrolling in the course will received the following competency upon successful completion.

  • HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid

The content of this course includes the principles of First Aid, Legal issues in first aid, examining a casualty, the chain of survival, basic life support flow chart, emergency action plan, managing the unconscious casualty, choking, airway management, rescue breathing, chest compressions, first aid hygiene, trauma management (bleeding, crush injury, shock, burns, electric shock, facial injuries, head & spinal injuries, chest injuries, abdominal injuries, fractures, soft tissue injuries) medical emergencies (anaphylaxis, asthma, croup, epiglottis, diabetes, drowning, epilepsy, febrile convulsions, fainting, heart conditions, hyperventilation, poisoning, stroke, heat and cold emergencies, venomous bites and stings)

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.

Course Fees from $140

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered in 1 full day of training.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 1 full day of face-to-face practical training

Pre-requisites

Minimum age for participants is 14 years. Participants under the age of 18 are required to provide a consent form completed by their legal guardian.

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.

Certificate Validity

The Nationally Recognised Provide First Aid Certificate (HLTAID003) is valid for 3 years with the Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation component covered in the Apply First Aid course. 

Note: Participants should re-certify in Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation every 12 months to maintain competency in the skills required in an emergency situation.

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)

 
HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

This program will provide you with the necessary skills to provide care to an unconscious casualty in an emergency situation until the arrival of professional help. Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation is a vital skill that can save the life of a casualty when they have stopped breathing. This course focuses on practicing this skill on our special CPR mankins (adults, junior and baby mankins). The perform CPR course is conducted over a 3 to 4 hour session.

Target clients of this qualification are new entrants to the security industry seeking to obtain a security officer’s license and potentially a crowd controller’s license.

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 HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid is a mandatory requirement for licensing, along with the successful completion of HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation every year.

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.

Participant enrolling in the course will received the following competency upon successful completion.

Certification Issued

HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perfomr cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.  This unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

Course Fees From $50

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 competency will be delivered during a 3 to 4 hour face to face group training and assessment session. 

The participant will be required to complete the course underpinning knowledge and practical assessments as required by the competency,  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 a 3 to 4 hour period.

Pre-requisites

Minimum age for participants is 14 years and have completed a Nationally Recognised First Aid Course within the last 3 years. Participants under the age of 18 are required to provide a consent form completed by their legal guardian.

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.

Certificate Validity

The Nationally Recognised Provide First Aid Certificate (HLTAID003) is valid for 3 years with the Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation component covered in the Apply First Aid course. 

Note: Participants should re-certify in Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation every 12 months to maintain competency in the skills required in an emergency situation.

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)

 
HLTPAT005 - Collect Specimens for Drug of Abuse Testing

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to confirm collection requirements, prepare client and equipment and collect specimens via urine and/or oral and breath testing following the special procedures that apply for drugs of abuse testing.  Employment pathways include working in drug and alcohol testing at mine sites, transport depots, large industrial sites, medical centres and other workplaces.

This unit applies to individuals working in collection centres, in hospitals, in other health care environments and workplaces where drugs of abuse testing takes place.  The learning program is designed to ensure correct procedures are followed when performing onsite drug tests & alcohol breath tests and preparing & packaging a drug or alcohol test specimen for laboratory testing, and specifically covers:

  • Introduction
  • Drug types and their effects
  • Review of Australian Standards (requirements of AS/NZS 4308:2008 or AS 4760-2006)
  • Drug testing methods
  • Arranging a drug test
  • Drug testing equipment types (urine drug test cups & saliva drug tests)
  • Confirmatory testing at the laboratory
  • Chain-of-custody requirements
  • Drug Test integrity
  • Conducting a urine drug test
  • Conducting and oral fluid drug test
  • Breathalyser basics
  • Conducting and recording a breath alcohol test

Certification Issued

HLTPAT005  -  Collect specimens for drugs of abuse testing

Course Fees From $550

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 competency will be delivered during a 1 day face to face group training and assessment session. 

The participant will be required to complete the course underpinning knowledge and practical assessments as required by the competency,  whilst taking to part in role-plays, scenario enactments, group discussions and demonstrations that create an excellent and variety-based learning environment.

Note:  Whilst this course will be conducted over 1 day period, the competency requires that the student follows established technical, infection control and safety procedures plus those required by the relevant standard, during collections from at least 3 different clients.

As each student must collect samples from 3 different clients there is a minimum number of student enrolments required before these training sessions can be conducted.

Note: Course requires participants to attend 1 full day face-to-face practical training

Pre-requisites

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)

 
CPPSS00061 - Cash-in-Transit Skill Set
A cash-in-transit security officer carries cash, bullion, jewellery or valuables. This skill set describes the skills and knowledge required to securely collect, transfer and deliver cash and valuables whilst in transit. This skill set may provide credit towards CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations.

This skill set describes the skills and knowledge required to securely collect, transfer and deliver cash and valuables whilst in transit.

This skill set may provide credit towards CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations.

Skill Set Requirements

  • 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

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment.

Note: In order to carry weapons in the security industry in Queensland, Security Officers must also complete the Firearms Skill Set course (coming soon) and hold a Security Guard Firearms Licence.

Course Fees From $250

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 course 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 in addition to the face to face workshop delivered over appropriate 4 hours.

PRE-COURSE WORKBOOK - The participant will be supplied with pre-course material which 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.

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT - This phase allows participants to be assessed against the required competencies whilst taking 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 a 4 hour face-to-face practical session

Pre-requisites

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.  

Note: In Queensland, the Office of Fair Training will not recognise any prior learning competencies issued to a participant where used for licensing purposes.

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)