Manual Handling Course
Skills Training College provides the best security guard courses Whyalla has to offer
With our conveniently located training services, we’re easily accessible for Whyalla’s prospective security workers.
If you’re interested in working in the security industry, start today by getting in touch with us to begin your journey toward a Certificate II In Security Operations.
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations is the qualification needed to apply for a security agent licence with the department of Consumer and Business Services.
As a CRICOS registered training organisation, Skills Training College’s training services are available for eligible domestic students. Courses for international students or those on a student visa are available in nearby Adelaide.
Completing this course is a necessary first step toward employment in entry level security roles in either the public and private security industry. Among the possible career opportunities available upon completing this course are the following:
A Certificate II in Security Operations issued by Skill’s Training College is the key to a bright new career in the security industry.
Upon successful completion of our security course, you’ll be eligible for additional training services and courses offered to further advance your new security career path. You’ll open opportunities to further learning, such as Certificate III, and new job roles such as a cash in transit officer, transport security protection, or a guard dog handler.
Skills Training College’s security courses are the perfect way to begin your new security career. Through extensive training we’ll teach you the practical skills and knowledge to apply security procedures including how to:
There are no prior academic qualifications or knowledge required to enrol in CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations.
However, there are entry requirements which must be met before one can enrol in security courses, and it is each student’s personal responsibility to ensure they meet them. To meet the entry requirements to enrol in our security training course you must:
It is also strongly recommended you first complete a criminal history check. Students may not be eligible to apply for Certificate II in Security Operations if they have been convicted of a disqualifying offence in the last ten years or are a “close associate” of criminals. A list of offences serious enough to automatically disqualify potential applicants is available from the government of South Australia.
If you have any questions about your eligibility please contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
For domestic students, CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations uses a blended delivery method. We combine independent, self-paced online learning consisting of a series of multiple choice questions with in-person, practical training. We strongly recommend completing the online portion first to prepare for your face-to-face training. Practical classes run over fulltime hours, beginning 9am and continuing until 5pm each weekday over five days, with additional self-paced exams for you to complete at home.
If any student has first aid training certificate they have completed prior to this security course and they can provide evidence, they will have one fewer days in-person classes needed to attend.
Book early, as space is limited.
The fee for domestic students is a single upfront payment of $599 for the entire course, including a $100 non refundable enrolment fee.
For all students there is a cancellation fee of $100. Terms and conditions for cancellation and rescheduling fees can be found here.
After completing CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations, your will be eligible to apply for a security agent licence. Applications come with additional costs which are charged by the government of South Australia and not included in your course fee.
Ready to get started in the security industry? Enquire about our Whyalla security courses today.
Manual Handling Course
White Card Course
First Aid In An Education Setting
Provide First Aid
Manual Handling Refresher Course
Security Course (International Students)
Security Course (Domestic Students)
Aged Care Course (Unaccredited)
Disability Support Course (Unaccredited)
Complete Barista Course
Security guards provide a range of quality services to protect security clients, persons, clients, venues, a business, or personal effects. They enact security procedures such as risk management, monitoring crowd behaviour for inappropriate, dangerous, or criminal activity, and apply effective communication skills to manage conflict to resolve security risk situations which could threaten the safety of people or a person’s property while complying with legal and procedural requirements. They be even be required to provide emergency response first aid.
No, not entirely. Our security operations course is provided through a blended delivery model consisting of a combination of in-person practical learning and independent online study.
After passing our security training course you will be eligible to apply for a security agent licence online with the department of Consumer and Business Services. You can begin the application process at this link. Additional fees will be charged by the South Australian government as part of your application, these are independent of any course fees.
Legal and procedural requirements dictate the police need to fingerprint all security providers. After your form as been lodged South Australia Police will contact you via email to explain and begin the fingerprinting process.
Yes. A South Australia security agent licence must be renewed every twelve months, and it is the licence holder’s own responsibility to ensure their licence remains current. You can renew a security agent licence with the department of Consumer and Business Services by following this link.
Yes, in most circumstances it is possible to transfer your security agent licence to a different state. This is done through a process known as mutual recognition, of which the details and costs are different for each state as licensing requirements vary. You can find out how to apply for mutual recognition by checking the government website of the state you are looking to transfer to.
Security guards are in high demand in the hospitality industry. As such, both a Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) or Responsible Gambling Services (RSG) qualification compliment a security training course and open up a wider range of employment opportunities for a prospective security officer.