The Certificate III in Security Operations – Guarding With a Dog is Dog Force Australia’s flagship course. The qualification entitles the participant to apply for a Security Guard Dog Handler’s Licence. Most importantly, this course covers all the units of competency for participants to apply for a Guard Dog Handler’s Licence (Class 1D) with the NSW Security Licensing Enforcement Directorate (SLED) and the Victorian Police Licensing and Regulation Division (LRD). The course is conducted over 18 days (First Aid is additional if required).
Students who have attained a Certificate II in Security Operations from a NSW SLED Approved Organisation after 1st May, 2013, will be entitled to Credit Transfer on certain Units of Competency and will not be required to attend the Week 1 of the course and will qualify for the discounted course fee.
Intending participants from outside NSW should check individual state licensing requirements relating to guard dog handling prior to applying for this course.
Units of competency delivered are:
BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development
CPPSEC3001 Maintain workplace safety in the security industry
CPPSEC3002 Manage conflict through negotiation
CPPSEC3003 Determine response to security risk situation
CPPSEC3005 Prepare and present security documentation reports
CPPSEC3006 Coordinate a quality security service to clients
CPPSEC3007 Maintain security of environment
CPPSEC2011 Control access to and exit from premises
CPPSEC3010 Manage dogs for security functions
CPPSEC3011 Handle dogs for security patrol
HLTFA311 Apply First Aid
CPPSEC2003 Work effectively in the security industry
ACMSPE304 Provide basic care of dogs
Under the CPP30411 Training Package rules, the above units of competency will qualify the participant for a Certificate III in Security Operations.
In order to satisfy the requirements for a participant to make application for a Guard Dog Handlers (1D) Licence with NSW Police SLED and Victoria Police LRD, the following units of competency must also be completed and will be awarded as a separate Statement of Attainment.
CPPSEC2014 Operate basic security equipment
CPPSEC2015 Patrol premises
Please note that where a participant undertakes HLTAID003 Provide First Aid as part of this course, it will replace HLTFA311 Apply First Aid and will also appear on the Statement of Attainment referred to above.
Dog Force Australia has clustered units of competency that satisfies national requirements for a Guard Dog Security License in NSW and Victoria. Students should ascertain individual state requirements in which they intend to operate prior to enrolling in this course.