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Authorises the licensee to patrol, protect, watch or guard any property while unarmed (and whether while static or mobile),


The enrolment process


Discuss with one of our support staff the licence category that would be suitable for you to undertake. Allegiance website will show you a selection of course commencement dates. If you have any questions/concerns related to your enrolment please contact us. Enrolment forms can be obtained by contacting us. An enrolment form is completed followed by a basic Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LL&N) Skills Test which takes place at our office. This test is mandatory and ensures that you have essential skills to complete the security training course. Please be advised that if inadequate LL&N skills are identified a notification is required to be sent to the Security Licensing and Enforcement Directorate (SLED).


A copy of the following documents are required:


  • valid proof of Australian/New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency

  • 100 points of ID (Photocopied) & signed by a Justice of the Peace


You will also be requested to read the Fact sheet 6 - "Am I Eligible for a NSW Security License" and sign the P1016 Form - "Acknowledgement of Fact sheet 6" (Grounds for refusing or revoking a a Class 1 or Class 2 License) . Once you successfully complete the above requirements, you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit and balance is payable 7 days prior to the start date.

Unique student Identifier


All students undertaking any training in Australia, under Federal Government requirements, are to provide a unique student identifier USI. The USI is linked to the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Data Collection, and this means an individual’s nationally recognised training and qualifications gained anywhere in Australia, from different training organisations, will be kept all together. You can obtain this number at . Please attach your USI to your enrollment form.


Preparing for work in the security industry


It is important to know that trainee should have reasonable health, fitness, and competency under stress. The role / function of a security operative may require performance of duties under stressful and dangerous circumstances. A trainee who could not develop, or possess the qualities of health and fitness and competency under stressful circumstances, may endanger co-workers or the general public, thus be unable to discharge his/her duty of care to those within his/her working environment. Suitable physical education training, including self-defence, can be arranged, where issues of health/ fitness and leadership qualities need to be addressed. Minimum age requirement for a security licence is 18, though training can commence beforehand.


In class assessment


Essentially, the student will be assessed during class room time, which will consist of skills, knowledge and practical demonstrations. Students will need to complete their workbook, and complete any assignments that are set by the trainer. All students will be given opportunities for feedback. Upon completion of the Security Licence Training, trainees will qualify for a NSW Security Licence Class 1 for one or more of the sub classes listed. This will enable the successful trainee, as a Class 1 Security Licence holder, to work within their chosen and relevant category of licence area.


About Allegiance Security


Allegiance Training Group is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under ASQA (Australian Skills Quality Authority. We are authorized by NSW Police Force to conduct security raining for licensing purposes. We have been one of the first training

organisations to conduct security training and one of the first security training organisations to become an RTO in 1997 in compliance with Security Industry Act 1997. The qualifications attained by our trainees are nationally recognised.

Competency Based Training


Competency Based Training and Assessment looks at the skills, knowledge and attitude required for a certain task or position, and ensures the client’s competence is measured against the relevant industry competency standards or course learning outcomes and performance criteria. Qualifications are issued in accordance with the Australian Quality Training Framework Standards.

The 13 Units of Competency for CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations have been grouped into 4 Clusters. It is expected that you attend and complete all sessions for the 4 clusters listed below.

Cluster 1 Security Industry Fundamentals

  • CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team

  • CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security

  • CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations


Cluster 2 Patrol, Monitor and Screen

  • CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security

  • CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects and items to maintain security

  • CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises


Cluster 3 Protect Self and Others (HYBRID Assessment)

  • CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques

  • CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons

  • CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises


Cluster 4 Situational Risk and Awareness

  • CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security

  • CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients

  • CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security

  • CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables


Course Cost 1800

                            Includes Literacy and Numeracy test

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