This course meets the training requirements to apply for a Class 2 Installers/Consultant License (Alarms and CCTV) as stipulated by the Western Australian Police Licensing Services.


Through close consultation with industry partners we have developed a program that is delivered in just two days or four evenings of face to face training and assessment plus pre-class online study and self assessment. We have a maximum of six students per class during practical training and assessment sessions to ensure your time is not wasted waiting on others.

Please note; this course does not guarantee a license will be issued. If you have any criminal convictions please contact police licensing on 1300 171 011 to ascertain your eligibility to receive a security license.

Claremont - Day course

The Claremont Hotel
1 Bayview Tce
Claremont, Western Australia 6010

01 Feb 2018
- 02 Feb 2018
09:00AM
1 spot remaining.
15 Feb 2018
- 16 Feb 2018
09:00AM
4 spots remaining.
01 Mar 2018
- 02 Mar 2018
09:00AM
3 spots remaining.
15 Mar 2018
- 16 Mar 2018
09:00AM
4 spots remaining.

West Leederville - Evening Course

West Leederville
22 Southport Street
West Leederville, Western Australia 6007

30 Jan 2018
- 08 Feb 2018
05:00PM
6 spots remaining.

This training product is designed for students who are seeking to gain a Class 2 (Alarms and CCTV) Security Installer and Security Consultant licence through the Western Australia Police licencing services. Although on successful completion of this course you will be awarded with a Statement of Attainment listing the required units to apply for a class 2 security licence, we cannot guarantee that you will be granted one. Before enrolling in a security course if you have any criminal convictions, you should contact Police Licensing Services (Security) on 1300 171 011 to ascertain whether you are eligible to be issued with a licence to work within the security industry.


Upon successful completion of this course students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units:

CPPSEC2021A - Install security equipment and systems 

CPPPSEC2026A - Perform routine Maintenance

CPPSEC2023A - Install CCTV equipment and system

The training has been developed in accordance with the Training Accreditation Council and Australian National Training Authority guidlines.


This course covers three units of competency, these being:

CPPSEC2026A - Perform routine maintenance on alarm systems

CPPSEC2021A - Install security equipment and system

CPPSEC2023A - Install CCTV equipment and system

Due to these units containing numerous equivalent criteria, this unique course has been developed to streamline the training and assessment process.

The training and assessments will cover the following topics on alarm systems:

  • Alarm panel fundamentals
  • Design of an alarm system for a domestic and commercial environment
  • Installation of an alarm panel and detection devices
  • Installation of warning devices
  • Installation of remote key pads
  • Programming of an alarm system (basic level)
  • Maintenance programmes

The training and assessments will cover the following topics on CCTV: 

  • CCTV fundamentals
  • Design of a CCTV system for a domestic and commercial environment
  • Installation of cameras and head end equipment
  • Installation of wiring
  • Programming of a CCTV system


There are no entry requirements for this course.

Through close consultation with industry partners we have developed a program that is delivered in just two days or four evenings of face to face training and assessment plus pre-class online study and self assessment.

Day classes will run from 9:00am - 4:00pm consisting of one day practical training followed by one day practical assessment and theory assessment.


At Aspire Education and Training we recognise some students have vast amounts of knowledge and experience within various areas and they are purely seeking to formalise their skills. For students seeking this option we offer a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway. We endeavour to structure our RPL process in a way that will both minimise cost and time while always ensuring the integrity and validity of the assessment process.

The basic steps involved in a RPL pathway include:

  • Request a RPL application form from admin@aeat.com.au
  • Collect and forward supportive evidence along with your completed application form to admin@aeat.com.au
  • Your application and evidence will be assessed by one of our qualified staff members
  • One of our staff members will then contact you in regard to your application to seek further information if required.
  • If gaps in evidence remain a personalised training and assessment plan will be developed to fill these gaps.
  • Once the assessment has been completed to a satisfactory level you will be issued with your certificate.
  • Although we would like to state a cost this can vary depending on evidence provided and training required to complete the process. 

Please contact us for ay further enquiries.