Security Risk Management
CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security Risk Management
Risk management is the identification, assessment and prioritisation of risk. This course covers the application of risk management techniques aimed at monitoring, controlling and minimising risks and the potential impact of an unforeseen event on government, corporate or small business operations.
I Just completed my Certificate II with a good group of people. An eye opener into the industry and I am thankful to trainers and the staff at ISTA for the training and gaining some great advice and experience.
ISTA has been an outstanding organisation to complete my course with. Their professionalism and course structure has been at excellent standard. I recommend ISTA as a training provider to do your security course with. Staff are fantastic and very supportive. Trainers were absolutely amazing. A BIG THANKS TO ISTA!
If you want to become a Security Guard I can definitely recommend ISTA. The trainers have a wealth of information…. Thank you for helping me become a better person and more self-aware.
I did my Certificate II at the Geelong Campus. I highly recommend it for those who live in the Geelong or Ballarat areas!
I’d like to say a big thank you to all the ISTA crew. You are all so lovely and helped out to the fullest and if anyone is looking to do a Certificate II in Security Operations I believe this is the organisation you should go to. I’m continuing on to do my Certificate III in Security Operations in a few weeks. It has be wonderful and I have learnt a lot and gained so much confidence within myself. Thank you so much for all that each and everyone of you have done!
I would 100% recommend ISTA, the staff are lovely, caring and so helpful.
Best decision I ever made, it’s an amazing environment, so family oriented and every one is just so focused and wanting the best for you and for you to succeed, instructors are so passionate and give such a great insight, from text book to their own personal experience.
Thank you so much for everything.