Register NOW! Certificate III Training starts 16th July 2018

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AuSAFE Australia is happy to announce the that we are taking enrollments for students. To get the training schedule up and running again we will be commencing first aid training from he 10th April 2018. The review by the Victorian Regulation & Qualifications Authority VRQA, has gone well and we hope to see everyone back in training again soon... 

AuSAFE is a Registered Training Organisation with the National Provider Number of 21802 as a provider of First Aid training and is licensed by the Victorian Police Licensing & Regulation Division (LRD) as a Private Security Training Provider (Licence No: 785-476-70S).

All Training Staff are experienced and licensed by the Victorian Police Licensing & Regulation Division (LRD) to deliver the security training packages on offer at AuSAFE.

The training facilities at AuSAFE include; Digital LCD projectors / Large Viewing Screens / Surround Sound. AuSAFE has a large assortment of training aids for all students to use and interact with.

AuSAFE is able to offer one-on-one training for students who require just that little more coaching. The facilities are able to be accessed day or night for those students who wish to use any of the equipment on offer. Before any training course gets underway an induction program is conducted covering course requirements, assessment methods and available learning resources.

All courses are conducted throughout the year depending on the demand and availability of course instructors.

All day courses start at 09:00 hrs and run until 17:00 hrs

All night courses start at 17:00 hrs and run until 22:00 hrs

Courses are conducted during the week and on some weekends (as required)

Please note that International Students require a CRICOS approved provider. Click here for more details.


Learn first aid response, life support and manage the casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

Fire/Wardern Training

Learn how to quickly and appropriately react to emergency situations.



Learn the nesicary skills to become a crowd controller or armed security officer.


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