CPP40719 – Certificate IV in Security Management

To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in:

  • 12 units of competency
  • 4 core units
  • 8 elective units.

Electives are to be chosen as follows:

  • all units within Group A or all units within Group B
  • up to 4 units within Groups A, B or C not already selected
  • an elective unit may be selected from Group D or from any training package, as long as it contributes to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome and maintains the AQF level of this qualification.

Units

Core Units
BSBWOR401A Establish effective workplace relationships
BSBWOR402A Promote team effectiveness
BSBWOR404A Develop work priorities
CPPSEC4001A Manage a safe workplace in the security industry
CPPSEC4002A Implement effective communication techniques
CPPSEC4003A Advise on security needs
CPPSEC4004A Monitor and review security operations
CPPSEC4005A Facilitate workplace briefing and debriefing processes
CPPSEC4006A Assess risks
CPPSEC4007A Assess threat
CPPSEC4012A Identify and assess security of assets
Elective units

Group A: Business Management

BSBADM409 Coordinate business resources
BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff
BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business
CPPSEC4023 Implement contracting arrangements for security businesses

Group B: Supervision

BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships
BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness
BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities
CPPSEC4004 Supervise security operations

Group C: Specialist

CPPINV4013 Undertake case management of investigations
CPPSEC4008 Assess and prepare security tender submissions
CPPSEC4009 Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC4010 Manage monitoring centre operations
CPPSEC4011 Manage field staff activity and incident response from control room
CPPSEC4014 Commission and decommission networked security systems
CPPSEC4015 Maintain networked security systems
CPPSEC4016 Install networked security systems
CPPSEC4017 Design security system configurations and specifications
CPPSEC4018 Program and configure networked security systems
CPPSEC4019 Diagnose faults in networked security systems
CPPSEC4020 Advise on advanced technology security systems to meet client needs
CPPSEC4021 Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems

Group D: General

BSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies
BSBFIA412 Report on financial activity
BSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environment
BSBITS411 Maintain and implement digital technology
BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement
BSBSMB402 Plan small business finances
BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities
BSBWRK411 Support employee and industrial relations procedures
PSPREG017 Undertake compliance audits

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    CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management

    Qualification Description

    This is a qualification for security risk consultants who provide specialist advice on strategies to mitigate risk to people, property and assets including crowded places, as defined by Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism (2017).  Security risk consultants operating at this level work with a high level of autonomy to assess the current threat environment, assess risk management options, and prepare and implement security risk management plans and communication systems to respond to active threats.

    Occupational titles may include:

    • security risk specialist
    • security consultant
    • security policy analyst
    • security strategist.

    Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories to the provision of advice on security solutions, strategies, protocols and procedures. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

    Entry Requirements

    • CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management, or
    • CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management, or
    • CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis

     

    Packaging Rules

    To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in:

    • 10 units of competency
    • 5 core units
    • 5 elective units.

    An elective unit may be selected from any Training Package, as long as it contributes to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome and maintains the AQF level of this qualification.

    Units

    Core Units

    CPPSEC5003

    Assess security risk management options

    CPPSEC5004

    Develop security risk management plans

    CPPSEC5005

    Implement security risk management plans

    CPPSEC5008

    Analyse threat environment and devise strategies to respond to active threats

    CPPSEC5009

    Implement communication systems to respond to active threats

    Elective units

    BSBCUS501

    Manage quality customer service

    BSBMGT502

    Manage people performance

    BSBWOR501

    Manage personal work priorities and professional development

    BSBWOR502

    Lead and manage team effectiveness

    CPPSEC4008

    Assess and prepare security tender submissions

    CPPSEC5002

    Coordinate security operations

    CPPSEC5006

    Develop strategies to implement advanced technology security systems

    HLTWHS004

    Manage work health and safety

    CPP41519 – Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis

    Qualification Description

    This qualification is for security risk analysts who apply technical security and operations expertise in a risk management environment.  Security risk analysts understand the current threat environment and assess risk and advise clients on strategies to ensure the protection of electronic security systems and people and property in crowded places, as defined by Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism (2017).

    Occupational titles may include:

    • event security manager
    • security risk adviser
    • security risk analyst.

    This qualification provides occupational specialisations in electronic security and crowded places, and a pathway to further learning and work in security risk management.

    Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories to the provision of advice on security solutions, strategies, protocols and procedures. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

    Entry Requirements

    There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

    Packaging Rules

    To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in:

    • 12 units of competency
    • 5 core units
    • 7 elective units.

    Electives are to be chosen as follows:

    • all 3 units within Group A or all 3 units within Group B
    • up to 4 units within Groups A, B or C not already selected
    • up to 2 units may be selected from Group D
    • an elective unit may be selected from any Training Package, as long as it contributes to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome and maintains the AQF level of this qualification.

     

    Units

    Core Units

    CPPSEC4003

    Assess and advise on client security needs

    CPPSEC4006

    Conduct security risk assessment of client operations

    CPPSEC4007

    Identify security threats and assess impact on client operations

    CPPSEC4012

    Assess security vulnerabilities of assets

    CPPSEC4022

    Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses

    Elective units

    Group A: Security Technology and Systems

    CPPSEC4009

    Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems

    CPPSEC4020

    Advise on advanced technology security systems to meet client needs

    CPPSEC4021

    Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems

     

    Group B: Crowded Places

    CPPSEC4024

    Assess security of crowded places

    CPPSEC4025

    Advise on operational requirements to maintain crowded place security

    PSPSEC015

    Communicate security awareness

     

    Group C: Specialist

    CPPINV4013

    Undertake case management of investigations

    CPPSEC3125

    Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets

    CPPSEC4008

    Assess and prepare security tender submissions

    CPPSEC4014

    Commission and decommission networked security systems

    CPPSEC4015

    Maintain networked security systems

    CPPSEC4016

    Install networked security systems

    CPPSEC4017

    Design security system configurations and specifications

    CPPSEC4018

    Program and configure networked security systems

    CPPSEC4019

    Diagnose faults in networked security systems

     

     

    Group D: General

    BSBCOM406

    Conduct work within a compliance framework

    BSBCUS401

    Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies

    BSBPMG522

    Undertake project work

    BSBRES411

    Analyse and present research information

    BSBSMB401

    Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

    BSBSMB402

    Plan small business finances

    CPPSEC5004

    Develop security risk management plans

    CPPSEC5005

    Implement security risk management plans

    PSPSEC009

    Handle sensitive information

    PSPSEC010

    Provide government security briefings