Candidates considering this qualification must satisfy the following:
Must have completed CPP20212 Certificate II in Security operations
Must have current HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
Aged 18 years or older
Deemed as competent in written and spoken English by the Employer and or undergo a formal interview with the RTO prior to acceptance
After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake:
- CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management
Australian Quality Framework (AQF) January 2013 states that a Certificate III is typically delivered over a period of 1 – 2 years. Also within the WA Police Commissioner Conditions of Approval for a RTO, Annex A, this program requires a minimum completion of 112 hours of face to face instruction, which is equivalent to 14 standard 8 hour working days for group face to face delivery of the packaged Units Of Competency (UOC).
The Unit hours are suggested hours only but all unit hours must equal or exceed the total minimum hours. This approach allows student’s sufficient time between sessions to undertake self-directed learning, workplace projects, on the job evidence gathering and out-of-class assessment activities. Workshops involve participants in active discussion, problem-solving exercises, context specific simulation scenarios, networking opportunities, and realistic presentations related to building the skills and experience necessary for leading and managing staff.
Cash-In-Transit (CIT) specific UOC have been allocated a further 4 hours each of training delivery to achieve the minimum training delivery hours for this training package and to ensure that realistic scenario based training is delivered in sufficient time.
Core Quality Management Consultants will deliver training and assessment through partnership with the Armaguard Group. Refer to the Partnership Agreement for agreed requirements.There may be a requirement to complete additional training and assessment activities to ensure assessment validation and competency