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Apply for approval as a security training provider
You must be approved by Consumer and Business Services (CBS) if you run a business that provides training for the security industry - this excludes security alarm and surveillance systems.
Who can apply
Sole traders, all partners and companies (including their directors) must be clear of legal restrictions on their work or business. Legal restrictions include things like bankruptcy, financial receivership, a suspended or disqualified trade licence.
You or your company can't apply if you were a director of any company that was wound up to pay creditors in the last five years - including if you were a director six months before winding up started.
Before you apply
You'll need to complete a Personal Information Declaration (PID) if one hasn't already been provided for another current licence.
People who have lived overseas in the last two years must provide a police certificate from the country where they lived and a copy of their passport. If you can't provide the overseas certificate, complete a statutory declaration and include a copy of your visa grant notice.
Offences and convictions
You may not be approved if you have committed a criminal offence.
How to apply
There is no fee to apply for approval.
1. Complete the form
Fill in the Industry training provider approval form (PDF 84KB).
2. Print and sign
Print and sign the completed form.
What happens next
South Australia Police will arrange a time for you to be fingerprinted after your application is received.
All security training sessions must be given by a licensed trainer. You will be guilty of an offence if you employ trainers who don't hold a licence.