Trained security personnel are in high demand in the security industry, so employers are on the lookout for qualified men and women to join their teams. Anyone looking to join the industry as a Crowd Controller, Personal Guard or Property Guard is required to complete a COA Training programme such as this.
This programme is designed to train learners intending to get their Certificate of Approval (COA) and find employment within the security industry. It is suited to those who would find it hard to commit to a long-term course and are looking to gain the specific skill set required to join the security industry within a shorter period of time.
This training scheme is delivered over 3 weeks and combines classroom, online and practical work.
Successful graduates will be eligible to apply for their COA through the Private Security Personnel Licensing Authority (PSPLA) and can move into employment in a range of security roles. The cost of applying for your COA through PSPLA will be $187 (This is an additional cost that is paid by the student to PSPLA).
No set intakes - Enrol to start at any time
Due to the governement COVID-19 Lockdown, units 27360 and 27364 will be completed online and the practical 27361 will be completed onsite once we are out of lookdown. Those who have completed the two online units during this lockdown will be eligible for a temporary COA, which means they will be able to look for employment within the security industry as companies are desperate for more security workers to assist during this lockdown period.
Fees listed are indicative only and may vary with course selection. Exact fees can be confirmed when you
enquire or apply.
This programme is designed to equip students with the essential skills required to work within the security sector and give them the necessary unit standards to gain their COA:
You will be eligible to apply for your Certificate of Approval
For people aged 18+
Police officers work to prevent and solve crime, keep the peace, and respond to criminal activities and emergencies.
Corrections officers are responsible for the safe, secure and humane containment of prisoners. They manage prisoners' sentence plans and rehabilitation programmes to help reduce reoffending.
Security officers/guards patrol or guard an area or building to prevent fire, trespassing, theft or vandalism. They may also complete investigations for individuals and businesses, or provide personal protection to a client.