Mandatory Annual Firearms Re-Certification for Armed Security Professionals
Armed security officers are required by law to sit a Firearms Revalidation annually.
Is it time for the revalidation of your Security Firearms Licence? Come and train with our experienced staff and maintain your footing in the ever changing security industry – you might even learn something new!
On successful completion of this course participants will receive a Statement of Attainment.
Required pathways for participants entering this qualification include:
Must be 18 years or age or older and have had no criminal convictions in previous 10 years to be eligible for a Security Providers Licence. Note; driving offences (e.g. speeding, drink driving, etc.) are not normally disqualifying offences.
Must be an Australian Citizen or hold an appropriate Visa to work in the Security Industry in Queensland.
Participants may choose to undertake an LLN assessment with one of our qualified assessors prior to committing to their enrolment in this qualification.
Please be advised we are unable to train students on a student visa. You must find a CRICOS registered training provider.
What will I need to provide to enrol?
Units of Competency
This qualification is customisable to suit the needs of individual participants and includes a total of one unit of competency.
Units Of Competency
Weapons Licensing Categories Covered In The Revalidation
This qualification is available through face-to-face learning only. This is a one day in class experience with a qualified and experienced trainer and interactive classroom. Traditional self-paced workbooks are required.
Course is only available at our QLD offices. Please contact us for information about courses in other states.
On completion of your Firearms Re-Certification training you can discuss with our qualified trainers what other areas of training may be suitable for you.
Course fees may vary depending on delivery location of this course.
Cat C, E, H – $250
Cat E, H – $200
Applications made for Security Guard Firearms Licences are handled by the Weapons Licencing Branch of the Queensland Police. This service incurs a fee to process, approve and issue licences.