Courses

Award Courses

Certificate I Security Focal Point

Description

This course is a vocational area of study which means it prepares you to act as a junior Security Focal Point within an humanitarian setting.

The foundation skills and knowledge obtained form the basis for managing non-complex staff safety and security at a local office level as part of an NGO operational framework.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

  • (SE04GE15) Foundations of Humanitarian Security.
  • (SE17GE15) Staff Deployment Preparation.
  • (SE08GE15) I-ACT Incident Response Module.
  • (HLT01GE15) Emergency First Aid Response.
  • (SE11GE15) Incident Report Management.
  • (SA03GE15) Fire Safety & Fire Management.
  • (SA04GE15) Safe Vehicle Operations.
  • (SE03GE15) Mitigating Occupational Violence.
  • (SE20GE15) Sire & Compound Integrity.

Certificate II Security Advisor

Description

This course compliments and expands upon the underpinning knowledge and skills acquired during (ACSEC01-15) Certificate I Security Focal Point course.

Again, as a vocational area of study, the student obtains the foundation for acting as a junior Security Manager within a complex humanitarian setting where a consistent framework of safety and security is required across multiple office locations.

Prerequisite

You must have undertaken the "Certificate I Security Focal Point" prior to commencing this level.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

  • (SE14GE15) Foundations of Security Risk Management.
  • (SE05GE15) Context Analysis.
  • (SE24GE15) Undertaking an organisational Vulnerability Assessment (OVA).
  • (SE09GE15) Identifying Sources of Risk.
  • (Se02GE15) Ayalysing Sources of Risk.
  • (SE16GE15) Indertaking a Health, Safety & Security Survey. 
  • (SE10GE15) Incident Management Planning.
  • (SE21GE15) Developing Standard Operating Procedures.

Certificate III Security Manager

Description

This course provides a rounding conclusion to your security practitioners learning journey.  The content brings a strategic focus upon the practical front-line activities of both focal point and advisor positions.

Prerequisite

You must have undertaken the "Certificate II Security Advisor" prior to commencing this level.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

  • (SE13GE12) Developing Security Management Plans.
  • (SE07GE12) Contingency Planning.
  • (TT01GE12) Language and Literacy Challenges.
  • (TT02GE12) Plan and Promote a Training Program.
  • (TT03GE12) Plan and Promote a Series of Training Sessions.
  • (TT04GE12) Continuous Improvement of Training Programs.
  • (TT05GE12) Workplace Training Assessment.
  • (TT06GE12) Training Small Groups.

 

Course Available Q2 2016.

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Short Courses

Level-01 Team Basic Security 

Description

This short course is a foundation area of study which means it prepares you to work safely within a humanitarian project setting.

The foundation skills and knowledge obtained form the basis for understanding the safety and security framework utilised by most relief and development organisations.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

 

  • (SE04GE15) Foundations of Humanitarian Security
  • (SE08GE15) I-ACT Incident Response Model
  • (SE11GE15) Incident Report Management
  • (SA03GE15) Fire Safety & Fire Response
  • (SA04GE15) Safe Vehicle Operations
  • (SE03GE15) Mitigating Occupational Violence

Level-02 Project Security

Description

This short course is a foundation area of study aimed at leaders of project staff within a humanitarian project setting.


The foundation skills and knowledge obtained form the basis for managing non-complex staff safety and security at a local office level as part of an NGO operational framework.

Prerequisite

You must have undertaken the "Team Member Security Course" prior to commencing this level.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

 

  • (SE14GE15) Foundations of Security Risk Management.
  • (SE24GE15) Undertaking an Organisational Vulnerability Assessment.
  • (SE16GE15) Undertaking a Remote Security Survey
  • (SE21GE15) Developing Standard Operating Procedures.

Level-03 Field Program Security

Description

This short course is a foundation area of study aimed at field office leaders with responsibility for staff within a humanitarian program setting.

The foundation skills and knowledge obtained form the basis for managing non-complex staff safety and security at a local office level as part of an NGO operational framework.

Prerequisite

You must have undertaken the "Project Leader Security Course" prior to commencing this level.

This course uses our scenario NGO known as Contingency Global Relief to impart critical knowledge.

Units of Competency

  • (SE05GE15) Context Analysis.
  • (SE09GE15) Identifying Sources of Risk.
  • (Se02GE15) Ayalysing Sources of Risk.
  • (SE10GE15) Incident Management Planning.
  • (SE17GE15) Staff Deployment Preparation.