Available courses

  • CPPSEC3101 – Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
  • CPPSEC3121 – Control persons using empty hand techniques
  • HLTAID006 – Provide Advanced First Aid
  • HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Introduction into the security industry to gain the qualifications to apply for your security guard and crowd controllers license.

CPP20218 – Certificate II in Security Operations

This qualification reflects the skills and knowledge of a security guard / officer. Responsibilities include maintaining safety & security by patrolling, protecting or guarding property while unarmed and screen entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises.

After successful completion of this course you will be deemed competent with the knowledge and skills to be awarded the CPP20218 – Certificate II in Security Operations

CPP31318 - Certificate III in Security Operations

This Nationally Recognised Training course is designed to be delivered through a 15 day face-to-face or online ( with practicals ) training package. We will offer you the required volume of learning as per the ASQA standards.

Learning will be dependent on your previous knowledge and experience and will be assessed on an individual basis.  After successful completion of this course you will be deemed competent with the knowledge and skills to be awarded the CPP30411 – Certificate III in Security Operations.

This course will also provide you with multiple opportunities to apply appropriate communication skills, teamwork, problem solving, initiatives and enterprise, planning and organisation, self management, effective learning skills and information about the newest security law, legislation and security technology.

All our courses are presented by experienced trainers who have relevant industry experience and the knowledge to assist you to become a successful crowd controller and security guard.

CPP31418 - Certificate III in Close Protection Operations 

After successful completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to apply for a ‘Bodyguard’ license with the Office of Fair Trading

Upon successful completion of this course you will have obtained the required volume of learning, skills and knowledge to apply for your bodyguard license. The Office of Fair Trading require that this unit of competency is completed to apply for your bodyguard License.

This course will also provide you with multiple opportunities to practice and present good communication skills, teamwork, problem solving, initiatives and enterprise, planning and organisation, self management, effective learning skills and information about the newest security law, legislation and security technology.

All our courses are presented by experienced trainers who have relevant industry experience and the knowledge to assist you to become a successful bodyguard.

CPPSS00063 - Firearms & CPPSS0061 - Cash-in-Transit

This skill set describes the skills and knowledge required to safely use firearms as well as the skills and knowledge required to securely collect, transfer and deliver cash and valuables whilst in transit. These units are designed to be delivered through a 5 day face-to-face or online ( with practicals ) training package and are elective units.

After successful completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to apply for a Queensland Security License (Guard) – Employee (Category C, E and H) license through Queensland Police.

This will allow you to apply for employment in armed security guard positions


This skill set describes the skills and knowledge required to securely collect, transfer and deliver cash and valuables whilst in transit. This skill set may provide credit towards CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations. 

After successful completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to apply for a Cash-In-Transit endorsement to your security license with the Queensland Office of Fair Trading.

This will allow you to apply for employment in cash-in-transit security guard positions.



CPPSS00059 – Baton & Handcuffs Endorsement

This skill set is suitable for licensed security officers and crowd controllers who are responsible for protecting the safety and security of people, property and premises using baton and handcuffs.After successful completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to apply for employment as a security guard in baton & handcuff security positions.


HLTAID006 – Provide Advanced First Aid

HLTAID006 - Provide Advanced First Aid course is a nationally accredited qualification recognized across all industries. This course provides the skills to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

The unit applies to workers who may be required to provide, coordinate and manage a first aid response across a range of complex situations, including community and workplace settings.

The advanced first aid course provides students with the skills and knowledge required to use specialised equipment in the provision of resuscitation in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines.

It may be relevant to workers who may be required to use specialised equipment to provide and emergency response in a range of complex situations, include community and workplace settings.

HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation unit of competency is designed to be delivered through a half day face to face training package and is an elective unit.

After successful completion of HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation course you will have the knowledge and skills to apply CPR in a first aid situation and provide potentially life saving skills to administer compressions to the chest until more advanced care arrives.


HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid is a first aid course required by all workplaces, for example in the security industry where you may be providing a safe environment for patrons and staff. Most places now require you to have a first aid certificate which has replaced previous courses known as Senior First Aid or Apply First Aid. This course is the minimum first aid course for any first aider in the workplace. First aiders will also be required to complete an annual CPR training (12 monthly) depending on the industry they work in or their workplace’s first aid policy.

HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid also includes HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Upon completion of the course, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment that will certify that you have been trained in and shown competences in HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid which includes the contents from HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid certificate is valid for three (3) years. 

HLTAID001 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is valid for 12 months and will need to be updated annually for your certification to remain current

This Competency Standard Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables, in the work place.

It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions.

It encompasses responsibilities for, health, safety and risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of working.

  • CPPSEC3101 – Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
  • CPPSEC3121 – Control persons using empty hand techniques
  • HLTAID006 – Provide Advanced First Aid
  • HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS001) is a mandatory unit for learners seeking Weapons Act licences for the following categories of firearms:

  • Categories A and B
  • CategoryC
  • CategoryD
  • CategoryH

It specifies the knowledge required to legally purchase, possess, securely store, modify, carry, transport and dispose of a firearm in Queensland. It also specifies the skills and knowledge related to the lawful, responsible and safe use of firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical and military re-enactments.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for persons seeking Weapons Act licences for Categories A and B, C, D, and H firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.

The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS002) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Categories A and B firearms.

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category A and B firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical demonstrations and military re-enactments.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Categories A and B firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.

The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS005) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Category H firearms.

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category H firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical demonstrations and military re-enactments excluding security guards.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Category H firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS001) is a mandatory unit for learners seeking Weapons Act licences for the following categories of firearms:

  • Categories A and B
  • CategoryC
  • CategoryD
  • CategoryH

It specifies the knowledge required to legally purchase, possess, securely store, modify, carry, transport and dispose of a firearm in Queensland. It also specifies the skills and knowledge related to the lawful, responsible and safe use of firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical and military re-enactments.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for persons seeking Weapons Act licences for Categories A and B, C, D, and H firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS002) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Categories A and B firearms.

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category A and B firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical demonstrations and military re-enactments.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Categories A and B firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS003) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Category C firearms

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category C firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting including firearms collection and historical and military re-enactments, excluding security guards.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Category C firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS004) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Category D firearms

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category D firearms for occupational purposes.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Category D firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS005) is a mandatory unit for applicants seeking Weapons Act licences for Category H firearms.

It specifies the knowledge and skills shooters require for the lawful, responsible and safe use of Category H firearms for occupational purposes, sports or target shooting and recreational pursuits including firearms collection and historical demonstrations and military re-enactments excluding security guards.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for a person seeking a Weapons Act licence for Category H firearms, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to legally purchase, possess, securely store, modify, carry, transport and dispose of a crossbow in Queensland. It also specifies the skills and knowledge related to the lawful, responsible and safe use of crossbows in recreational, sporting and historical and military re-enactment situations.

This unit meets the requirement in Queensland under the Weapons Act 1990 for Category M (Crossbows) licence applicants to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in weapons safety training.

While the Statement of Attainment in this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for persons seeking a Category M (Crossbows) Weapons Act licence, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.


The Weapons Act 1990 requires Weapons Act licence applicants in Queensland to complete a course approved by the Commissioner of Police in firearms safety training.

This unit (WSCQPS007) is a mandatory unit for learners seeking a collector’s licence and miscellaneous weapons licence.

It specifies the skills and knowledge related to the lawful possession and responsible use of weapons that form part of a collection for ceremonial events and recreational pursuits including martial arts, historical demonstrations and military re-enactments.

While a Statement of Attainment for this particular unit of competence is a pre-requisite for persons seeking a collector’ s licence (heirloom) or (weapons) and miscellaneous weapons Licence, this statement in itself is not a licence under the Weapons Act 1990. A person seeking a Weapons Act licence must apply for such a licence in a way specified under the Weapons Act 1990 or approved by the Commissioner Queensland Police Service and at that time of application provide this Statement of Attainment together with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units of competence from this course for which a Weapons Act licence is being sought. The applicant must also provide other documentary evidence as set out in section 13 of the Weapons Act 1990.