Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management CPP40707
The Nationally Recognised Security Risk Management qualification allows you to operate a Risk/Compliance/Investigation, Security and Risk Management business applicable to broad industry both nationally & internationally. Graduates from the program conduct Risk Management Analysis for the Banking, Gaming, Health, Local Government, Hospitality and Retail industries as well as for State and Federal Government Departments.
As a risk assessor holding this qualification you will be able to conduct risk and threat assessments in the workplace, identify assets and advise on security needs.
To achieve this qualification you must demonstrate competency against all 11 core units plus 4 elective units. This qualification is for security industry specialists who want to combine their previous experience with learning and grow as a specialist security risk assessment professional working in almost every industry.
Entry Requirements - Nil
Course Content - The course comprises of eleven (11) core units and four (4) elective units
Course Delivery Method
Face-to-face five (5) day course: This course is conducted from Monday to Friday commencing at 8.30am and runs for approximately seven (7) hours each day. This program includes a a variety of training & assessment methods including presentations, projects, case studies, written & oral questioning and self paced study (the self paced study includes fifteen (15) units to be completed within six (6) months of attendance of the five day course).The training is delivered by instructors with 'real life' experience in the security industry.
The cost of this course is $1,395.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL Application fee: $895. Gap units - any units required to be completed: $100 per unit (up to a maximum of 6 units). Upon receipt of payment, a confirmation email will be sent with the RPL Kit attached for completion. This documentation must be completed and submitted within 2 months of booking. Once your RPL application is received, an assessor will evaluate it. The assessor will then contact you for a face-to-face meeting to discuss their findings and clarify any other issues. If you are required to complete the full course, a discount will be offered. For more information on the RPL process, please contact our office.
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