This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting and guarding property, and screening entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises.
This qualification is 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.
Certificate III in Security Operations (Release 4)
Entry requirements are the skills, knowledge and experience required to enter a qualification. These requirements may be expressed in terms of competency from a lower level qualification or vocational expertise – including job roles – or both. When entry requirements apply, they must be achieved prior to entering the qualification or being issued the qualification.
Students seeking enrolment into this qualification must:
• hold a current Security Officer license in State of Victoria.
• hold CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations
• have level of English Speaking and Writing suitable for employment within Security Industry.
These levels of written and spoken English are assessed by way of a Pre-Training Review process conducted during the enrolment process.
Students are expected to undertake practical placement of six hours in a Security Company licensed with LRD Victoria police. Optimistic Futures have contracted with the host employers to provide practical placement services.
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Upon successful completion of the course CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations, students may wish to enrol into CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management and CPP50619
Diploma of Security Risk Management.
This course comprises of 14 units(• 8 Core units • 6 Elective units)
The below table represent Unit code, name and their scheduled hours
|Unit Code||Unit Descriptor||Scheduled Hours|
|BSBFLM312||Contribute to team effectiveness ||40|
|CPPSEC3105 ||Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients ||16|
|CPPSEC3106 ||Gather, organise and present security information and documentation ||20|
|HLTWHS003||Maintain work health and safety||40|
|CPPSEC3101||Manage conflict and security risks through negotiation||16|
|CPPSEC3102||Maintain operational safety and security of work environment||20|
|CPPSEC3103||Determine and implement response to security risk situation||24|
|CPPSEC3104||Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour ||16|
The below table represent Unit code, name and their scheduled hours
|Unit Code||Unit Descriptor||Sheduled Hours|
|CPPSEC3125||Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets ||60|
|CPPSEC3124||Prepare and present evidence in court ||24|
|CPPSEC4006||Conduct security risk assessment of client operations ||60|
|BSBLDR413||Lead effective workplace relationships ||50|
|CHCCCS020 ||Respond effectively to behaviours of concern ||20|
|PMAOMIR210 ||Control evacuation to muster point ||20|
We use competency-based assessment; our assessments include a range of different assessment types to determine competency as well as required practical demonstrations.
The Trainers are given a marking guide and instructions, which is used across the board to ensure quality and provide a benchmark for marking assessments.
Recognition of Prior Learning recognises a Student’s previous formal and informal learning and experiences. This education provider will ensure that an individual’s learning and skills are recognised, irrespective of how or where they have been acquired. Candidates may apply for recognition of their learning and skills by supplying evidence of:
• Previous recognised training undertaken.
• Work and life experiences.
• Non-formally recognised training undertaken.
Students are encouraged to notify Optimistic Futures of their interest or intention to apply for RPL prior to their enrolment.
Detailed student information is provided in our Student Handbook, which is supplied with the enrolment package. This Booklet contains important information about a student’s rights and obligations, such as their right to privacy, a safe training environment, right to complaint or appeal an assessment decision, meeting course progress requirement and maintaining appropriate student behaviour. It is important that person applying for enrolment must have had reviewed this information first.
Students are expected to bring along notebook and pen to take notes, may also bring a laptop.
Students are eligible to cancel their enrolment by placing a formal notice of cancellation in writing to the CEO (Letter or email) within 10 business days of enrolment, without attracting a cancellation fee, unless the student has already commenced the training.
For information about the refund policy please refers to the student handbook, find it on our website under ‘Student Information’ section or speak to one of our friendly customer services staff.
Showing Competence in all assessments is a necessary part of this qualification to show that you have achieved the skills and knowledge set out in the competency standards. Optimistic futures will be conducting realistic workplace tasks, project, knowledge tests, case studies, feedback from supervisors.
Note: For the avoidance of doubt face to face includes both in-class and online (due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions) delivery.
It is a reference number made up of numbers and letters that gives students access to their USI account. A USI will allow an individual’s USI account to be linked to the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Data Collection, allowing individuals to see all of their training results from all providers, including all completed training units and qualifications. The Student Identifiers Act 2014, Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations (RTO) 2014 and Student Identifiers Regulation 2014 require that the training Organisation: Collect a USI from each student, verify a USI supplied by a student and ensure a student has a valid USI before conferring a qualification or statement of attainment on that student. As of 1 January 2015, students will need to give their USI to each new training Organisation they are enrolling in. This will typically happen at enrolment.
Mode of Payment:- Both Cash and Card are accepted
Initial Deposit:- A payment of $120 is required to secure your vacancy.
Details of fees:- Subject to change.
If student has any complaint against Optimistic Futures’s policies, procedure, staff, fellow students, assessments, marking or learning resources, they can obtain a complaint form, from the reception of the Optimistic Futures, and submit as soon as possible for an early action
For further information about the complaints and appeal process, please refer to student handbook or speak to one of our staff.
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