Aviation Security involves the protection of airports, both inside and out. When someone thinks of Aviation Security, they think of the screening portion after checking in with their airline. Whilst there are other security concerns and needs in an airport, it is a huge part of Aviation Security.
At Perth Security Services, alongside our other award winning services, we have now introduced Screening (Aviation Course). If you are interested in working in an airport after you complete you Certificate 2 in Security Operations, this course is for you!
This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to conduct security screening of people and personal effects using a hand-held metal detector. Hand-held metal detectors are portable electronic devices that can detect metal by magnetic induction while the device is passed over a person or their personal effects.
It applies to people working independently or under limited supervision as members of a security team.
This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to conduct security screening of people using explosive trace detection (ETD) equipment. ETD equipment can detect and indicate by means of an alarm, the presence of a target amount of explosive material.
This unit may form part of the licensing requirements for people engaged in security operations in those states and territories where these are regulated activities.
At Perth Security Services, we have been in the security industry of Perth and the greater area for over 30 years. We know what we are talking about when it comes to security and training potential security officers. We are proud of our students and the guards they become and we can’t wait for you to join us! For only $400, you can take part in our Airport Security Courses – Screening (Aviation) Course and start your journey towards your dream career as an Aviation Protection Officer.
We train our aviation security staff correctly by following the WA training standards so don’t delay Contact us now for all your training needs!
“Aviation transport protection officers carry out security screening procedures relevant to aviation passengers/Non-passengers and/or checked baggage. They may also conduct control room functions, and assist passengers with security screening procedures.” (Good Universities Guide, 2019).
As an Aviation Protection Officer, you will have many responsibilities and a different routine than the usual 9-5. You will also experience new things every day and meet new people.
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