Security Industry Training Providers Approval - South Australia

Service summary

Persons intending to carry on a business of providing security industry training must be approved by the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs as a Security Industry Training Provider.

Security industry training is defined as:

  • training designed to provide a person with a qualification determined by the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs to be required for a person to be eligible to hold a security agents licence (other than a licence authorising only the performance of functions relating to security alarm or surveillance systems); or
  • training required by the Commissioner to be completed by the holder of a security agents licence that authorises the licensee to perform the function of controlling crowds; or
  • training of a kind prescribed by the regulations.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

To be approved as a Security Industry Training Provider the Commissioner must be satisfied that the person, or if the person is a body corporate, each director of the body corporate, would be a fit and proper person to hold a security industry trainers licence if the person were to apply for such a licence. You are entitled to be approved as a security industry training provider if you meet the following criteria:

Individuals (including all partners in a partnership)

  • You are not suspended or disqualified from practising or carrying on an occupation, trade or business under Australian law
  • You have not been found guilty or convicted of a Prescribed Offence (refer to the Prescribed Offences guideline for more information)
  • You are a fit and proper person


Body corporate
  • The body corporate and each of its directors are not suspended or disqualified from practicing or carrying on an occupation, trade or business under Australian law
  • No director has been found guilty or convicted of a Prescribed Offence (refer to the Prescribed Offences guideline for more information)
  • Each director is a fit and proper person

Fees

No fee

Additional information

Application forms are available at: http://www.cbs.sa.gov.au/wcm/electronic-licence-application-forms/

Administering agency

Consumer and Business Services

Act(s) name

Security & Investigation Industry Act 1995 (South Australia)

Contact details

Enquiries

Operating address:
9th Floor, East Wing, Zurich Building
50 Grenfell Street
Adelaise SA 5000
Mailing address:
GPO Box 2169
Adelaide SA 5001

Phone:

0882268410

Fax:

0882268415

Supporting information

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