Mandatory Training delivered by the NZSA
Mandatory training delivered by the NZSA
NZSA has taken a leading role in raising the quality of training being offered across the industry
The PSPLA regulatory training requirements for security guard Certificates of Approval (COA) are:
- NZQA unit standard 27364 (demonstrate knowledge of the security industry in the pre-employment context)
- NZQA unit standard 27360 (demonstrate knowledge of managing conflict situations in a security context)
- NZQA unit standard 27361 (manage conflict situations in a security context)
ALL holders of Licenses and Certificates of Approval for Crowd Control, Personal and Property Guards (prior to the 1st October 2013) MUST complete the mandatory training by 1 October 2014.
We have a nationwide network of delivery – with many options in Auckland and around the rest of the country.
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- Security Training and Operations
- Managing High Stress Situations
- Conflict Resolution
- Security Awareness
- Security Audits and Compliance
- NZQA Workplace Assessor
- Critical Incident Management
- Armed Robbery Safety
- Personal Safety and Security
Tony has an extensive background in the security field including 18 years with the New Zealand Defence Forces and more recently as an operational manager and facilitator for advanced security procedures within the New Zealand Security Industry and within the New Zealand Corporate Sector.
While NZSA Training will make every effort to deliver courses as per our published schedule we reserve the right to cancel courses where numbers make them uneconomic to run. Courses may also be postponed due to unforeseen events out of our control, such as flight cancellations impacting on the travel of our facilitators.
In event of such a cancellation or postponement enrolled learners will be contacted as soon as possible and arrangements made to reschedule the course or place them on courses in other locations.
NZSA Security Consultancy Training
NZSA Security Consultancy Training
The Private Security Personnel Licensing Authority (PSPLA) has now advised that applicants in the Security Consultant category are required to prove “competence”. Proof of competence was NOT required when Licenses and Certificates of Approval were first issued in 2011, that has now changed.
The PSPLA says that evidence of this competency can be one of the following:
- a letter from your employer showing your work history. This can be your past or present employer
- a letter from your employer showing that you are an apprentice
- New Zealand National Diploma in Security (Level 6)
- ASIS certifications Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Physical Security Professional (PSP)
- New Zealand Security Association Consultant Certificate of Competence
- Evidence of any other relevant qualifications
The NZSA Security Consultant Certificate of Competence, is designed to provide an introduction to the role of Security Consultants and enable graduates to apply for a Certificate of Approval in that category.
- This course is designed as a self paced distance learning programme. All contact with the Independent Certificate Manage will be via email. One to one mentoring, in person or via telephone, can be made available at a cost of $150 plus gst per hour of part thereof.
- To maintain the integrity of the Certificate it will only be awarded to those who are able to demonstrate their competence through a series of assessment tasks. NZSA will provide all reasonable assistance to learners through written feedback on assessments; but if a learner, who has been given the opportunity to resit the assessments, in the opinion of the Independent Certificate Manager, is unable to meet the required standards their enrolment in the programme will be terminated and no refund applies. Leaners affected by this may appeal that decision to the CEO of the New Zealand Security Association
The Security Consultant course comprises of 3 modules and 5 assessment tasks.
Module One – Security Risk
Assessments (2): Security Survey and Risk Assessment
Module Two – Security Operational Requirements
Assessments (2): Level 1 operational Requirement and Level 2 Operational Requirements
Module Three: Standards and Legislation
Assessment (1): Test Questions
The steps from here are:
- Complete the attached enrolment form and return it to email@example.com
- You will then be sent an invoice for; $300 per person for NZSA members, and $350 per person for non-members (gst inc). You will need to advise us if you are claiming the member discount.
- When payment is received you will be issued with a log in for the online learning
- Complete the online study, and send assessments for marking
- Successful completion will generate your Certificate of Competency, which is accepted by PSPLA as evidence. These will be individually numbered and we will maintain a database for PSPLA checks.