Cash In Transit
The only course in South Australia offering reality based training for the CIT industry
The Cash in Transit (CIT) program is carefully designed by trainers who have worked in the cash in transit industry, to deliver a host of practical pre-employment training skills to enter the CIT industry.
The CIT industry involves the physical transfer of cash and valuable assets from location to location. The process may involve armoured and non-armoured vehicles, covert (plain clothed) and overt (uniformed) operatives.
This course provides the necessary skills in:
Cash loading and unloading
Site risk assessment
Emergency response procedures
Escort and guard role responsibilities
and much more...
Who should attend?
This program is suitable for those who intend to enter the Cash in Transit (CIT) industry and aim to gain valuable, 'hands on' pre-employment skills and knowledge. Job roles in the CIT industry include, armed guard, escort, driver and messenger.
NOTE: The CIT industry attracts additional licensing requirements – see below for more information.
The Cash in Transit program is delivered over one (1) day, with the session focussing on practical skills in a simulated environment. The course covers a variety of operational scenarios that arise in a Cash in Transit environment, and includes pre-course reading and assessment activities.
Graduates are supported with after course employment referral's (and assistance to locate a provider for MR driver’s licence accreditation) where required to achieve job-ready results.
Prerequisite employment and occupational licensing requirements
The CIT industry has additional training and licensing requirements. These requirements include the following:
Security Agents licence (via Consumer & Business Services) with endorsement for Guarding with a Firearm:
CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations
CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations
CPPSEC3008A Control security risk situations using firearms
H6 Security Industry class firearms licence:
- Training and licensing for H6 Security Industry class firearms with a SA Police approved instructor.
Individuals may need to attain an Medium Rigid (MR) class driver’s licence depending on employer requirements.
Nationally Accredited Certification on Completion
On successful completion of the course, participants will receive the Statement of Attainment for the following Nationally Accredited units of competency:
CPPSEC2027A Load and unload cash in transit in a secured environment
CPPSEC3050A Load and unload cash in transit in an unsecured environment
CPPSEC3051A Implement cash in transit security procedures
CPPSEC3052A Inspect and test cash in transit security equipment
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