Qualification details

PUA32106 - Certificate III in Public Safety (Regional Surveillance Operations) (Release 1)

Summary

Releases:
ReleaseStatusRelease date
1 1 (this release)Current 09/Feb/2011

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Is superseded by and equivalent to DEF32112 - Certificate III in Regional Surveillance Operations 14/Mar/2012

Training packages that include this qualification

Units of competency

CodeSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Code columnTitleSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Title columnEssential
BCG1006A - Use small plant and equipmentUse small plant and equipment N/A
BSBCMN203A - Communicate in the workplaceCommunicate in the workplace N/A
BSBCMN211A - Participate in workplace safety proceduresParticipate in workplace safety procedures N/A
BSBSUS201A - Participate in environmentally sustainable work practicesParticipate in environmentally sustainable work practices N/A
PSPGOV204B - Access and use resourcesAccess and use resources N/A
PUADEFCA001B - Observe and monitor hostile areas to detect targetsObserve and monitor hostile areas to detect targets N/A
PUADEFCA002B - Operate remote sensors to detect targetsOperate remote sensors to detect targets N/A
PUADEFCA003B - Operate a radar to locate targetsOperate a radar to locate targets N/A
PUADEFCA005B - Operate communications equipmentOperate communications equipment N/A
PUADEFCA304B - Prepare, operate and maintain small watercraftPrepare, operate and maintain small watercraft N/A
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 441111 Defence Force Member - Other Ranks 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 4991 Defence Force Members Not Elsewhere Included 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0999 Other Society And Culture 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 514 Certificate III 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Defence Services 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 441111 Defence Force Member - Other Ranks 03/Dec/2012 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 4991 Defence Force Members Not Elsewhere Included 03/Dec/2012 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0999 Other Society And Culture 03/Dec/2012 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 514 Certificate III 09/Feb/2011 
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Employability Skills Summary

Employability Skills Summary for PUA32106 Certificate III in Public Safety  (Regional Surveillance Operations )

Employability Skills are part of a unit of competency.

Employability Skills statements from a selection of units of competency from the PUA32106 Certificate III in Public Safety (Regional Surveillance Operations) have been reproduced in the table below.

This table provides an example of Employability Skills for the qualification because Employability Skills within a qualification will vary depending on the qualification packaging options.

Public Safety qualifications have core units (which must be achieved) and elective units (where there is a choice of units which must be achieved) so different Employability Skills Summaries are possible within the one qualification, depending on the package of core units and chosen elective units.

Employability Skill 

Employability Skills Statement 

Communication 

  • access, interpret and rehearse fire emergency procedures
  • access, read and interpret local emergency procedures
  • adjust own communication styles to reflect equity and diversity
  • apply appropriate techniques when providing constructive feedback to other team members, and giving and receiving support to/from team members
  • apply interpersonal and cross-cultural communication strategies
  • apply non operational and operational communication processes
  • communicate en-route and arrival, reporting information
  • comply with range safety brief and practice brief
  • detect and report sign
  • direct driver
  • ensure communication is achieved through non-verbal signals
  • ensure that information, knowledge and skills are communicated effectively and shared
  • ensure written communication is to a level required to complete workplace forms and reports
  • follow indicated route
  • follow legislative and statutory requirements
  • follow standard procedures, safety procedures, instructions, organisation policies and guidelines
  • identify and rectify defects, within limits of authority or report to supervisor
  • identify, confirm and report the nature and scope of the fire
  • prepare navigation records
  • receive and apply orders and send and receive simple non-verbal signals
  • receive and clarify (where required) security operation orders
  • recognise and report breaches of organisational codes of ethics and/or practice and statements of values
  • report unanticipated access difficulties
  • use record of proposed route and navigation aids
  • use verbal and non-verbal communication techniques including language style, active listening
  • usually operate under direct orders for opening fire

Teamwork 

  • adhere to formations
  • assist in the completion of tasks when requested by other teams members and is appropriate
  • contribute to identifying team goals and objectives
  • encourage and acknowledge participation by team members
  • guide and facilitate teams
  • recognise and apply equity and diversity principles
  • recognise, value and adjust own behaviour to individual differences in the workplace by treating others with respect and dignity
  • seek support where required to enable identification and implementation of positive alternatives to personal problems
  • share and communicate effectively between team members, information, knowledge and skills relevant to work
  • understand principles of teamwork and team's aims and objectives
  • undertake surveillance patrols as part of a team
  • work in an acceptable and non-discriminatory manner while establishing rapport and good working relationships with all colleagues
  • work under supervision and usually as part of a team
  • work with others and make a positive contribution to the effectiveness and efficiency of a team

Problem solving 

  • apply immediate action and stoppage drills
  • apply navigational techniques
  • assess a fire situation and determine an appropriate course of action
  • carry out patrol rehearsals
  • conduct patrol drills and procedures
  • continually assess the environment to identify the threat or their sign
  • effectively react to changes in the operating environment necessitating re-planning of course
  • extinguish fires
  • identify and engage targets
  • identify and rectify defects within limits of authority
  • identify weaknesses exploitation
  • interpret cartographic information, navigation techniques, local and environmental conditions
  • minimise personal signature
  • navigate to destination
  • select the type of camouflage required for a particular situation, and detect the capabilities of the threat

Initiative and enterprise 

  • use improvised techniques appropriately such as minimising personal signature

Planning and organising 

  • apply bayonet fighting drills
  • assess a tactical situation so that appropriate camouflage and concealment techniques can be applied
  • assess factors influencing camouflage and concealment
  • assess the environment so that appropriate camouflage and concealment techniques can be applied
  • assess threat's detection capabilities
  • conduct weapon drills
  • demonstrate understanding of, and apply throughout operation, occupational health and safety requirements and recognised safety precautions including those contained in the Australian Defence Force procedures
  • determine and plan a safe route
  • determine current location, destination and resources
  • gather and check relevant maps and navigation equipment
  • prepare for patrolling
  • select appropriate routes

Self-management 

  • commit to the jurisdiction's laws and the organisation's policy procedures
  • comply with workplace equity and diversity practices
  • conduct self in a manner that shows sensitivity to the differences between colleagues
  • ensure personal preparation is carried out
  • identify, plan and implement personal development strategies
  • model and maintain high standards of personal performance, ethics and integrity
  • monitor and manage personal physical and emotional health
  • recognise limit of own authority
  • review, monitor and self-assess own performance
  • regularly seek formal and informal performance feedback

Learning 

  • access, interpret and rehearse fire emergency procedures
  • apply bayonet fighting skills
  • apply immediate action and stoppage drills
  • carry out patrol rehearsals
  • conduct patrol drills and procedures

Technology 

  • check and assemble equipment
  • check, identify, select and use firefighting equipment
  • clean weapons
  • employ the weapons and weapon sighting systems and associated equipment
  • fill and empty a magazine
  • handle weapons safely in an operational environment
  • identify, select and safely handle ammunition
  • recover, reset, update and service navigational equipment
  • safely handle and carry a service rifle
  • strip, assemble and clean the F88
  • test or check equipment
  • use communications and signalling devices
  • use emergency devices (e.g. parachute, life-raft)
  • use field equipment
  • use technology

Packaging Rules

Qualification Requirement : 19 units 

All 6 core units , plus 6 units from the combat specialisation elective units , plus 7 general elective units 

Specialisation elective units should be selected from the fields that most closely align to an individual's occupational outcomes.

The 7 general elective units may be taken from the general elective units listed below, or may include 2 units taken from within this Training Package or any other endorsed Training Package at the same qualification level or a higher level.

Code 

Core Units 

PUADEFCA405B

Undertake surveillance patrol tasks

PUADEFCM001B

Use personal camouflage and concealment in a threat environment

PUADEFCM101C

Operate a service rifle

PUADEFEQ001C

Work with equity and diversity

PUATEA001B

Work in a team

BSBCMN211A

Participate in workplace safety procedures

Code 

Specialisation Elective Units 

Combat Field 

PUADEFCA001B

Observe and monitor hostile areas to detect targets

PUADEFCA002B

Operate remote sensors to detect targets

PUADEFCA003B

Operate a radar to locate targets

PUADEFCA004B

Conduct military searches

PUADEFCA005B

Operate communications equipment

PUADEFCA304B

Prepare, operate and maintain small watercraft

PUADEFCA404B

Undertake reconnaissance tasks

PUADEFCA406B

Operate a service pistol

PUADEFCA407B

Operate a sustained fire machine gun

PUADEFCA411B

Operate a grenade launcher

PUADEFCA413B

Operate a direct fire support weapon

PUADEFCA415B

Operate anti-personnel weapon

PUADEFCA416C

Employ hand operated pyrotechnics

PUADEFCA419B

Operate a service rifle on operations

PUADEFCA420B

Operate a light support weapon on operations

PUADEFCM103C

Operate a service hand grenade

PUADEFTP001B

Operate a vehicle in an environment of threat

PUADEFTP002B

Operate a vehicle at night

PUADEFTP003B

Operate a vehicle over difficult terrain

PUADEFTP004B

Operate a vehicle at night using night fighting equipment (NFE)

PUAEME001B

Provide emergency care

TDMMC901B

Manoeuvre a domestic vessel of less than 12 metres in length operating within inshore limits

TDMMH1202A

Plan and navigate a short voyage within inshore limits

Code 

General Elective Units 

BCG1006A

Use small plant and equipment

BSBCMN203A

Communicate in the workplace

BSBCMN206A

Process and maintain workplace information

BSBSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

HLTFA2A

Apply advanced first aid

PSPGOV204B

Access and use resources

PSPGOV207A

Use technology in the workplace

PUADEFEO201C

Respond to fire

PUAOPE003B

Navigate in urban and rural environments

PUATEA001B

Work in a team

PUATEA005A

Manage own professional performance

RTC1301A

Operate basic machinery and equipment

TDTC2501A

Operate four wheel drive vehicle

TDTC297B

Drive light rigid vehicle

TDTC397B

Drive medium rigid vehicle

TDTC497C

Drive heavy rigid vehicle

TDTD397C

Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances

NOTES 

BCG units have been imported from the BCG03 General Construction Training Package.

BSB units have been imported from the BSB01 Business Services Training Package.

HLT units have been imported from the HLT02 Health Training Package.

PSP units have been imported from the PSP04 Public Sector Training Package.

RTC units have been imported from the RTC02 Rural/Conservation Common Units.

TDT units have been imported from the TDT02 Transport and Distribution Training Package.

Information about customising PUA00 Public Safety Training Package qualifications is on page 12 .

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