CPP30619

Certificate III in Investigative Services

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Certificate III in Investigative Services

Are you interested in earning a qualification that reflects your investigations experience? Have you seen reference to CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services? This qualification experienced significant change in 2019 and was replaced by CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services.

Information Specific to Police…
Previously, your policing experience meant you were eligible to achieve the Certificate III qualification through recognition of prior learning. This current version has different units of competency, which means your policing experience will not be sufficient. Instead you would need to study for the qualification.

However there are a range of other civilian qualifications we highly recommend…

Top 4 Police & First Responder RPL Qualifications

When you’re in the job, all the police and first responder training you have done means something. But when you start looking at getting out, you realise there’s a whole other language in job ads – and that mainstream qualifications matter. You start wondering, how will your policing and first responder experience stack up outside of the job?

Here’s the good news. You’ve got the sort of skills and knowledge that employers value. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) translates your policing experience into the qualifications that make sense in a civilian world.

Top 4 RPL Qualifications

Is my CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services still valid?

Yes! If you already hold this now superseded qualification you can rest assured that it is still valid and recognised by employers.

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We recommend the following versatile qualifications for translating policing experience into civilian qualifications…

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