Course code: CPP20212
Course name: Certificate II in Security Operations
Study area: Security Operations
Broadmeadows Branch - 9 Central Grove Broadmeadows 3047
Glenroy Branch - 4 Lytton Street Glenroy 3046
Shepparton Branch - 54 MacIntosh Street Shepparton 3630
Duration: 17 Days / 34 Evenings
Are you looking for a new career in Security? Then this course is for you. Let us guide you into your new career today.
This course is designed to provide training for those that are looking for a career in the security Industry. It assists students to gain the knowledge required to undertake routine security officer duties and to follow established practices within the workplace in a safe manner to all. Students will also develop skills in planning and organising, working with others or as an individual.
All students are to be 18 years and over and are required to complete Language, literacy & Numeracy (LLN) test upon enrolment, they must also be physically able to perform First Aid. You will also be required to complete an “Application for Enrolment” form.
CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations provide the skill and knowledge necessary to apply for a license to become an unarmed security guard and/or crowd controller.
Upon successful completion, students may wish to enrol into CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations. An unarmed guard and crowd controller licence covers many security industry jobs such as
|Sporting Centers||Court Houses|
|Shopping Centers||Music Festivals|
|Construction Sites||Corporate Officers|
There are 19 units which students must demonstrate competency in, to achieve a successful qualification at completion.
|Unit Code||Unit Descriptor||Nominal Hrs|
|CPPSEC2006B||Provide security services to client||8|
|CPPSEC2001A||Communicate effectively in the security industry||20|
|HLTFA311A||Apply First Aid||18|
|CPPSEC2003B||Work effectively in the security industry||40|
|CPPSEC2002A||Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry||20|
|CPPSEC2004B||Respond to security risk situations||35|
|CPPSEC2005A||Work as part of a security team||8|
|Unit Code||Unit Descriptor||Nominal Hrs|
|CPPSEC2014A||Operate basic security equipment||12|
|TLIE2007||Use Communication systems||20|
|CPPSEC1003A||Apply Security procedures for the responsible service of Alcohol||4|
|CPPSEC2012A||Monitor and control individual and crowd behavior||20|
|CPPSEC2011B||Control Access to and exit from Premises||8|
|CPPSEC3002A||Manage conflict through negotiation||16|
|CPPSEC2010A||Protect safety of persons||16|
|CPPSEC2017A||Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques||24|
|CPPSEC3005A||Prepare and present security documentation and reports||20|
|CPPSEC3013A||Control persons using empty hand techniques||24|
|CPPSEC3017A||Plan and conduct evacuation of premises||16|
• Note: Optimistic Futures has chosen these Electives based on industry consultation.
Face to face classroom based training
337 Nominal hours 34 evenings sessions (excludes weekends) with monthly intakes
Each participant enrolling in a course will need a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number to obtain their certificate or qualification when studying nationally recognised training in Australia. A USI gives you access to your online USI account which will help keep all your training records together. Certificates and Statements of Attainment cannot be issued without this number.
Applicants can apply for recognition of their existing skills and knowledge that are relevant to the units of competency within the program. These skills and knowledge may have been obtained through workplace training or experience and may reduce the number of units required to be completed during the program. Students are encouraged to notify Optimistic Futures of their interest or intention to apply for RPL prior to their enrolment
Applicants can apply for a credit transfer for any units successfully completed at any other Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or institution. Credit transfers will be granted upon the receipt of sufficient evidence to support the application prior to the commencement of training
Detailed student information is available within our Student Handbook which is supplied with the enrolment p a c k a g e. This Booklet contains important information about a student’s rights and obligations such as their right to privacy, a safe training environment and the right to complaint or appeal an assessment decision. It isimportantthat persons applying for enrolment must have had reviewed this information first.
Students are expected to keep a notebook and pen to take notes, may also bring a laptop
If you are going through financial hardship, please download the form here.
Need further information please speak to one of our staff on (03) 9917 2133
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4 Lytton Street, Glenroy, 3046 VIC
9 Central Grove, Broadmeadows, 3047 VIC
54 Macintosh Street Shepparton 3630 VIC
1300- 436 487