Add Cash-in-Transit as a function to your current Security Providers Licence.
Are you interested in up-skilling within the security industry? Interested in working in the cash-in-transit industry? The Security Officer (Cash-in-Transit) course could be just what you’re looking for! You will be given the knowledge to work within a highly skilled sector of security operations and take the steps toward securing yourself an exciting new career.
If you have never held a Security Providers Licence, please see our Certificate II in Security Operations course.
A Statement of Attainment for Cash-in-Transit will be awarded upon successful completion of this skill-set.
Successful participants may then apply to the Office of Fair Trading and add the Cash-in-Transit function to their Class 1 Security Providers Licence. This function allows the licensee to undertake the following roles:
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 may choose to undertake an LLN assessment.
Units of Competency
This skill set is based on the licensing requirements for a QLD Security Providers Licence.
Cash-in-Transit Skill Set
This course is delivered face-to-face in 1 day (8 hours) of training, supported by a self-paced assessment workbook.
Asset College does not offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) on courses with industry licensing outcomes.
Course is only available at our QLD offices. Please contact us for information about courses in other states.
After completing this course, there are a number of additional courses that participants can undertake with Asset College to further their qualifications and employment opportunities. Some examples include:
Course fees may vary depending on delivery location of the course.
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 trainers were very experienced security professionals, that blended the curriculum with real life security examples and the right amount of humour to enhance the learning experience.”