Certificate III in Investigative Services


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Face to Face


Face to Face

Duration: 22 days - Monday to Friday

Course Fee:


Course Fee:

$1,800.00 pp

RPL: Available

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Please note: On 29th September 2019, the training course for Investigative Services was updated. The new course CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services supersedes and is equivalent to the previous course CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services.


LRD (Licensing and Regulation Division of the Victoria Police) will continue to accept the CPP30607 when applying for a Private Security Individual Licence with the activity of Private Investigator until advised otherwise. When the new courses above become available we will immediately update the website.


The new CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services will be available in due course and we will immediately update the website. If you would like to be notified please send a request to info@aussolutions.com.au.


Security can provide a stable career, with a healthy income. The security industry is 24 hours / 7 days a week, and can allow you to travel the world protecting the public.



Certificate III in Investigative Services will prepare you as a Private Investigator for real life experiences and will provide a healthy income for those that gain employment within the Security Industry.


This course is nationally accredited qualification. The purpose of this course is to ensure that all persons involved in the field of investigations are suitably trained and qualified to perform their task in a professional manner.

The licensing regulations requires that all persons applying for a private investigator license complete the Certificate III in Investigative Services with an accredited Registered Training Organisation. There are two primary methods of investigations that are covered in the Certificate III.


  1. Surveillance/Activity Review – involves close observation, be it overt or covert, of a person or group who are under suspicion.

  2. Circumstance/Factual Investigation – involves making enquiries in to the facts of an incident. For example; interviewing people who are of interest to the courts or insurance companies.

Units Covered in This Course

CPPSEC3001A  – Maintain workplace safety in the security industry

BSBWOR301A  – Organise personal work priorities & development

CPPSEC3030A  – Conduct surveillance

CPPSEC3028A  – Compile investigative plan

CPPSEC3009A  – Prepare and present evidence in court

CPPSEC3029A  – Provide quality investigative services to clients

BSBFLM303C  –   Contribute to effective workplace ​relations

CPPSEC3012A  – Store and protect information

CPPSEC3026A  – Work effectively in the investigative services industry

CPPSEC3027A  – Develop investigative plan

CPPSEC3031A  – Organise and operate a surveillance vehicle

CPPSEC3032A  – Gather information by factual investigation

CPPSEC3033A  – Conduct interviews and take statements

CPPSEC3034A  – Operate information gathering equipment

FNSMERC304B – Locate subjects


Additional Requirements

On completion of the qualification, the learner will be required to complete, submit and be successful in obtaining a private security individual licence to work in the security industry.