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DOMESTIC SECURITY
REFRESHER

Overview

Crowd Control Refresher for QLD Security Licensing
Every three years, crowd controllers and bodyguards are required to undertake refresher training. You should check with the Office of Fair Trading prior to booking your refresher training what units you will be required to undertake.
Course Outcomes
On completion of this course you will be awarded with a statement of attainment for the following two units of competency:
Entry Requirements
In order to participate in this course, participants must meet the following criteria:
Please be advised we are unable to train students on a student visa. You must find a CRICOS registered training provider.

What will I need to provide to enroll?

We require all of the above to be completed and until all of these are received your spot is still tentative and therefore if the course becomes full, your booking may be moved.
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Should you be deemed not competent after 2 attempts at a unit of competency, an assessment re-submission fee of $50 will apply per assessment.

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Units of competency

Please check your notice from the Office of Fair Trading to see if you also require HLTAID014 Provide Advanced First Aid.
Entry Requirements
Before attending your practical workshop, you will be required to complete an online assessment which will be sent to you on enrolment. Completion of the online assessment prior to attending your face to face workshop is mandatory. Should you not complete your online assessment, you will not be permitted entry to the face to face course. You will need to rebook and this will incur a rebooking fee of $50. The practical day in class will run from 8.30am – 5.00pm. Refresher training is delivered in QLD at the following locations:
Security Licensing

QLD Security Providers licensing is administered by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). Once students have successfully completed this revalidation training they will be provided with a Statement of Attainment (Certificate) and Statement of Results outlining the delivery and assessment methods for these units. It is the student’s responsibility to submit both of these documents to OFT in order to comply with their licence requirements.

Revalidation training must be completed in full; the Office of Fair Trading will not accept certificates where these units have been achieved through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).