Queensland – Open for Business – With Covid-19 compliance approval issued by the Prevention Division of Queensland Health – BARS is now offering Government funded security courses throughout all of Queensland (including remote communities).  * * * *  E N R O L   N O W  * * * *

FAQ

YES - Government funding is available for the CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations course under the Certificate 3 Guarantee Program administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT) – This course is required to be licensed as a Crowd Controller, Security (Unarmed) and Security (Monitoring) security provider in Queensland

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BARS Training Australia are an approved RTO to deliver the funded training (referred to as a ‘Skills Assure’ supplier).  To view our approval on the Queensland Skills Gateway

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To qualify for the funding, a prospective student must:
  • be a Queensland resident
  • be aged 15 years or over, and no longer at school
  • be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident (including humanitarian entrants), or a temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency
  • not hold, or be enrolled in, a certificate III level or higher qualification (not including qualifications completed at school and foundation skills training).
If you believe you meet this funding criteria, applications are taken through BARS Training Australia online application portal.

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If you hold a certificate III level qualification or higher qualification there is another funding option through the Back to Work program, known as Boost funding.

To be eligible for Boost funding, jobseekers must:
  • Live in Queensland; and 
  • Participate in training aligned to local employment opportunities; and
  • must not be eligible for subsidised training under the Certificate 3 Guarantee (due to having already attainted a Certificate III or higher qualification); and
One of the following
  • Be unemployed and need new skills to obtain a job or
  • Be at risk of losing their job and require reskilling to move to alternative employment opportunities or
  • Be working, but looking to increase hours of work or shift from part-time to full-time employment.
If approved, the student must make a contribution to the training which would be $10, which is payable to BARS Training Australia on enrolment.
  
C3G Boost funding is administered by TAFE Qld.  If wish to apply for funding, click on the below link.

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NOTE:  There is no funding available under either program if you are CURRENTLY enrolled in a Certificate III or higher qualification.