Paragon’s Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management is a dynamic course utilising the world’s premier risk management standard AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009. This qualification combines flexible and open learning with face-to-face personalised delivery to each student. Students are required to complete a major assignment demonstrating a good understanding of the AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 model.
The main key units of this qualification are assess threat, assess risk, identify and assess security of assets, undertake case management of investigations and advise on security needs.
The Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management course is ideal for:
- OHS practitioners;
- Safety and welfare officers;
- Compliance auditors;
- Business managers;
- Police and emergency services; and
- Security consultants who are seeking a higher level qualification or who are seeking to establish their own security and risk management business as a consultant.
12 Units of Competency
- 4 Core Units
- 8 Elective Units
|CPPSEC4001||Manage work health and safety in the security work environment|
|CPPSEC4003||Assess and advise on client security needs|
|CPPSEC4005||Facilitate security operations briefing and debriefing processes|
|CPPSEC4022||Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses|
|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|
Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management can be completed at your own pace and in your own environment through flexible and open learning. You will be required to attend an appointment with the trainer for an initial course briefing. At this time you will be given your resources, student guides and a full overview of the course assessments. The appointment can be arranged for a time suitable for the applicant.
Whilst completing the tasks and assignments you will have access and guidance from the trainer. You will be given feedback on the assignments as they are submitted and you are always welcome to come into the office for any clarification that you may need.
The training resources have been well resourced and will be provided to you on a USB, so please bring along a laptop to your initial meeting with us.
There are no formal prerequisites to undertake this course, however candidates should be able to read and write English to approximately year 10 level. Students are required to have a computer, access to the internet and an email address. Computer skills and typing skills are essential in order to complete your assignments.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is a form of assessment that assesses the competency of an individual that may have been achieved through formal or non-formal learning. This is used to determine the extent to which the person meets the requirements specified in the training unit.
If you wish to apply for RPL we will require an up to date resume detailing your experience, any qualifications you may have, third party testimonials or any further documents you can provide in relation to your risk management experience. We can then advise what is required in order to obtain the latest qualification and the cost.
If RPL is granted for any of the units in the qualification then an RPL Questionnaire is required to be completed to demonstrate you have the knowledge for the particular unit. This is a requirement by the Training Accreditation Council and the WA Police.
If you are interested in this process please contact us for further details.