CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security

Target market

This is a qualification for security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property and prevent or minimise loss and damage.

Technicians at this level operate under general supervision and interact with clients to perform installation, repair, service and maintenance tasks at client premises.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Access control technician
  • Installation technician
  • Security salesperson
  • Service technician

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

All cabling work, including telephone, data, fire and security alarm systems cabling, that connects with the telecommunications network must be performed by a registered cabler or under the direct supervision of a registered cabler as required by the Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) cabling provider rules. For further information on cabling registration requirements, check with ACMA.

Some units within this qualification require open cabling registration under the ACMA cabling provider rules registration system. This qualification may result in open cabling registration for candidates who undertake:

  • ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule
  • ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures
  • ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work.

Structured cabling registration may also be achieved by undertaking the unit ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation.

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Milcom Institute has the following admission requirements:

  • Undertake a Pre-Training Review that includes identifying the course the potential student is enrolling in is suitable and appropriate for the individual.
  • Be over the age of 18

Duration

This course will be delivered over a period of 35 weeks. Total program duration is 456 hours. Classroom Training of 14 sessions of 8 hours each, Self-Study of 30 Hours per unit x 10 units and 22 hours per week x 2 units.

Mode of delivery

This program is to be delivered in a classroom-based environment and in a simulated work environment at MILCOM’s site (to provide access to appropriate environments for the practical components of the course).

Delivery Locations:

Victoria: Unit 12, 1866 Princess Hwy, CLAYTON, VIC, 3168

New South Wales: 1/47 Parramatta Rd, Granville, NSW, 2142

Queensland: Construction Training Centre (CTC) Ian Barclay Building, 460-492 Beaudesert Road Salisbury, Queensland 4107

Employment Outcome:

Possible job titles include:

  • Access control technician
  • Installation technician
  • Security salesperson
  • Service technician

Pathway Information

Training Pathway

After achieving this qualification, student can advance to CPP30519 - Certificate III in Technical Security , subject to meeting entry requirements.

Funding Incentives and Subsidies

MILCOM is approved for a range of government funding programs in a number of States and Territories. Contact us on 1300 369 320 to find out whether this program is available under funding and whether you may be eligible.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

Milcom Institute will offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) to all students through the established process. Milcom Institute has documented policies and procedures for these processes and students encouraged to visit Milcom Institute website www.milcom.edu.au for further details

Qualification

On successful completion of this course, students will receive a CPP20319 - Certificate II in Technical Security and a Record of results. If student cannot complete all the units of competency as specified in this qualification, a Statement of Attainment will be provided to students to indicate the units they have successfully completed.

Course Structure

The qualification has total of 12 units of competency comprising of 4 core and 8 elective units. In order to achieve the CPP20319 - Certificate II in Technical Security students must satisfactorily complete the following units of competency

CORE
CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients
ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures
ELECTIVES
CPPSEC2021 Install security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2023 Install video surveillance systems and equipment
CPPSEC2026 Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems
ICTTEN202 Use hand and power tools
ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule*
ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule*
ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation
ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

Fee information

Please contact the State Administration Manager at training@milcom.edu.au or 1300 369 320 or refer to www.milcom.edu.au for further information.

Note

We protect your fees at all times by:
  •  Maintaining a sufficient amount in our account so that so that it is able to repay all tuition fees already paid.
  •  Never charging individual students and prospective students in excess of $1,500 prior to commencement of course where the student or their representative pays the fees through direct enrolment.
  • Additional fees may apply in addition to tuition fees.