Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis

Jobs and Skills WA: Security operations courses
Take your career in security to the next level

The Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis is a nationally accredited qualification that can set you up for work as a security risk analyst and consultant. It is ideal for anyone with experience in security operations, who wishes to progress their career into higher level specialist roles.

You will learn how to assess security and crowd control risk at events, hospitality venues, public buildings, and workplaces.

You'll also learn how to develop a security risk management plan and assess a range of advanced technology security systems.

Industry: Building and Construction
National course code: CPP41519 | WA State ID: BEW8

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This course is available from registered training organisations (accredited private training providers) that are also funded through Jobs and Skills WA. Select from the list below, and follow the link to the provider's website for further information about the course and how to enrol.

The Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis is designed to prepare individuals for the next stage of their career in the private Security Industry in Western Australia. Our course meets the WA Police training requirements for issue of a WA Security Consultant Licence. The course is delivered in an interactive hands-on face-to-face environment with expert trainers and top quality facilities. Additional online training will ensure students are fully prepared for their new role as a Security Consultant. Student support is available throughout the course including individual support where required. Asset College is an award-winning RTO that has been delivering security training around Australia for 18+ years, we have national and local partnerships with hundreds of security employers and we have an extensive track record of achieving outcomes for our students.

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