NSW Security Licence course is subject to NSW Police SLED regulatory conditions / approvals for course schedule / mandated assessment requirements.
Security Course in NSW is structured as a blended delivery program which consist of both classroom face-to-face study environment and self-study. Students must complete pre-reading and external / home study prior to attend the Face to Face class. Students also needs to provide or complete HLTAID011 Provide First Aid certificate prior to attending the class.
Weekdays course requires participants to complete (stage 1) pre-course external/home study to complete formative assessment after enrollment, and (stage 2) face to face class.
Weekdays Face to face class:- Days/Times – Mon-Fri 09:30-18:30
Weekends course requires participants to complete (stage 1) pre-course external/home study to complete formative assessment after enrollment, and (stage 2) minimum 6 weekends of face to face class.
Weekend face to face class :- Weekends – Sat – Sun 09:30 – 18:30
Full class scheduled or any update for days / times will be confirmed in booking email. Generally, The course is offered at our Parramatta and Newcastle venue.
This qualification consists of 14 units of competencies per national training package guidelines. If you are considering training in NSW and then moving interstate to seek Mutual Recognition, be mindful each state and territory has different sets of guidelines for security licensing. Please read the Security Licensing Regulatory Bodies Information Sheet for students to check interstate security requirements.
Assessment requirements: You will be assessed through a range of assessment methods including knowledge-based quizzes, case studies, report-writing, face-to-face in class role-plays, written and verbal assessments throughout the course and you must pass NSW SLED Mandated assessments.
Credit transfer: You can get credit transfer if you had attained all units of competency contained in a Course cluster with a current Approved Organisation in accordance with the SLED regulatory requirements, on or after 1 July 2020.
Learning exemptions: You can get exemption in learning from a cluster (but not the assessment) if you have achieved all the units of competency from that cluster with a currently approved organisation after 1 May 2013, but before 1 July 2020 or after 1 July 2020 with any other organisation.
RPL: Please note there is no RPL in this course as per SLED’s regulatory requirements.
HLTAID011 Provide First Aid: As required by NSW SLED, A statement of attainment or qualification / supporting transcript recording HLTAID011 Provide First Aid MUST be completed or provided by learner prior to join CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations.