This course is a vocational area of study which means it prepares you to act as a junior Security Focal Point within a humanitarian setting. The Certificate I is a pre-requisite for further professional development to higher levels including Certificate II Field Security Advisor and Certificate III Remote Security Manager.
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.
This Award Course includes the following Units of Competency;
- (se04ge20) Foundations of Humanitarian Security
- (se17ge20) Staff Deployment Preparation
- (se08ge20) I-ACT Incident Response Model
- (hlt01ge20) Basic First Aid Awareness
- (se11ge20) Incident Report Management)
- (sa03ge20) Fire Safety and Fires Prevention
- (se03ge20) Mitigating Occupation Violence
- (sa04ge20) Safe Vehicle Operations
- (se20ge20) Side and Compound Security
The student has secure access to his/her student account for the duration of the course including progress metric insights and access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any internet-enabled location globally.
How to register
Visit the course enrolment page and follow the enrolment instruction, or www.hdlc.com.au to read about our 14 years of individual and agency-specific training support.
This course includes modules used in HDLC Award Courses and completion of the course will qualify the student for (RPL) Recognition of Prior Learning when undertaking higher [Award Course] qualifications.