Become a Licensed Close Protection Operative with Asset College.
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This qualification reflects the role of a close protection operative who is responsible for providing security services to protect the safety and security of principals who may be celebrities, political figures, very important persons (VIPs) or other persons requiring close protection services.
This qualification provides an occupational licence outcome of a close protection operative.
This qualification is suitable for people within or entering the security industry who wish to specialise in the provision of close protection services. It provides a pathway to further learning and work in various security roles and settings, including security risk management.
Close protection operatives work in a team environment under limited supervision and use discretion and judgement in known and unpredictable work contexts. They take responsibility for their own outputs in work and learning, and limited responsibility for the output of others in the work team.
If you have never held a Security Providers Licence, please see our Certificate II in Security Operations course.
One course offers many courses of action and pathways for you. This qualification is Release 2 and is the most up-to-date qualification available.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a Certificate III in Close Protection Operations (CPP31418).
Participants must display sufficient language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills to read and understand organisational policies and procedures, write reports and communicate with others in plain English.
Prior to enrolment participants will be required to undertake an LLN assessment.
Units of Competency
To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in a total of 14 units consisting of 8 core units and 6 elective units.
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Course fees may vary depending on delivery location of this course.
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Security Providers Licence
Security Providers licence applications are administered by the Queensland Government Office of Fair Trading. The process for preparing and submitting the licence application will be covered on the course. Refer to the Office of Fair Trading website for further information and current licence application fees.
The Security Providers Act 1993 requires individuals who hold the Bodyguard licence function to undertake refresher training every three years. All security providers are required to maintain a current First Aid certificate.