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Certificate III in Security Operations - Online


About this Course Price


Certificate III in Security Operations will prepare you to take the next step in Security Industry. You can choose to gain specialized knowledge and take on more challenging supervisory roles. This course will prepare you for these roles by providing you with specialized knowledge and skills in managing small teams, collecting, storing and presenting information, self-defense and the defense of others. We recommend students to have at least Certificate II in Security operations along with some experience within the Industry before taking this qualification.


Qualification Structure

To obtain Certificate III in Security Operations you will need to do seven (7) core and five (5) elective units. We offer following core and elective units as part of our Certificate II in Security Operations.


Fees & Refund policy:

Please refer to candidate study guide for detailed information on fees and refund policy.


What are training & assessment options?

The program is delivered using Blended Learning technique (Online + In class practical demonstrations). Students can enrol and make payment online to start the online component without delay or contact us to make alternative arrangements.

In Class Practical Demonstrations

In Class practical demonstrations are conducted four consecutive days every week and each day supports (3) units of competency the candidates are allocated to study during that period.

In Class practical demonstrations will include:

  • Practical training and Assessment activity
  • Opportunities for questions, answers and feedback
  • Support to complete online theory assessment

Candidate's contribution

Candidates will be required to complete the following in their own time:

  • Research and study in accordance with the candidate study guide to meet the requirements of the program
  • Study and prepare for the underpinning knowledge assessment.
  • Complete and submit the online assessment before booking a practical session.
  • Take part in a workplace observation at mutually agreed times arranged with the assessor (if required)
  • Provide supporting documentary evidence for the purposes of assessment (if required).



Candidates should consider the time allocated to study the assigned unit(s) of competency as a deadline for completion of the study phase and be prepared for the assessment of those units of competency.

There are no direct links between the elements of each of the units of competency. The candidate can complete each individual unit and be deemed competent in that particular unit without having to complete joint units and wait for the qualification.


Assessment & feedback

Completed and submitted online assessment work will be assessed instantly by our online assessment portal. The system will also provide feedback to the candidate. Practical assessments will be assessed in class on the day of the assessment and feedback will be provided soon after the end of the last practical demonstration. Where a candidate’s work is assessed to be unsatisfactory he / she will be provided with additional advice, coaching or tutoring and the opportunity to re-submit/re-attempt the work with a view to having it assessed as satisfactory.

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course, however UTA suggests that candidates should be able to read and write English at approximately a grade 12 level. Reasonable computer skills, and access to email and Internet are strongly recommended.



There are no pre-requisites for this qualification.


Recognition of Prior Learning procedure

Universal Training Academy appreciates the value of workplace and industry experience and recognises that candidates will acquire vocational skills and knowledge from a variety of sources other than formal training. These skills are legitimate irrespective of how they were acquired, and the RPL process is designed to provide validation of such relevant skills.

Candidates who believe they have already obtained current skills and knowledge that would otherwise be covered in the qualification / unit of competence for which they intend to attain should apply for RPL at the time of enrolment. The candidate’s skills and knowledge will be assessed and validated, and where appropriate units of competency acknowledged and face-to-face training reduced.

As part of the Universal Training Academy enrolment policy, trainers will advise candidates of the availability of RPL policy, explain what the process involves and how it relates to the attainment of the qualification in some circumstances. Trainers will remind candidates of this option progressively throughout their time in training in order to provide multiple opportunities for candidates to engage in the RPL process.


When approached by a candidate seeking RPL, trainers will:

  • Provide the candidate with copies of an RPL Application Form
  • Provide the candidate with information about the types of evidence that can be used to support an RPL application
  • Assess the candidates information and notify candidates of the outcome of the RPL process

Candidate Handbook

Please refer to our candidate handbook for detailed information on our policies and procedures.


Interest free plans are available, please contact us for more information.

State : Queensland

Fees : $900