The PSP40416 Certificate IV in Government Investigations (Regulatory Compliance) is designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge to investigate and monitor statutory compliance with legislation, regulations, and policy for Federal, State and Local Government organisations. This qualification replaces the old PSP41412 Certificate IV in Government (Statutory Compliance).
Successful completion of the Certificate IV in Government Investigations (Regulatory Compliance) may lead to a range of career prospects including:
- Government Investigator
- Compliance Officer
- Local Laws Officer
- Risk Advisor
- Ethical Standards Investigator
- Fisheries Officer
- Inspections Officer
There are no prerequisite units required for this qualification however previous experience or lower level qualifications in compliance roles or employment in the public sector may be beneficial.
A total of 15 units are required to achieve the award of Certificate IV in Government Investigations (Regulatory Compliance), 6 of which are mandatory core units and 9 electives units.
|PSPETH002||Uphold and support the values and principles of public service|
|PSPINV001||Plan and initiate an investigation|
|PSPINV002||Conduct an investigation|
|PSPINV003||Finalise an investigation|
|PSPREG003||Apply regulatory powers|
|PSPREG012||Gather information through interviews|
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health and safety of self and others|
|PSPREG004||Promote client compliance|
|PSPREG008||Act on non-compliance|
|PSPREG006||Produce formal record of interview|
|PSPREG013||Undertake inspections and monitoring|
|PSPLEG002||Encourage compliance with legislation in the public sector|
|PSPREG009||Conduct search and seizure|
|PSPREG010||Prepare a brief of evidence|
Other electives may be selected in accordance with the packaging rules of this qualification. For information with regards to the selection of different elective units, please contact your trainer or our office.
This program is currently only available via RPL. Participants with previous compliance related experience may apply for a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment. This alternate assessment method may reduce the amount of time required to complete this qualification and may reduce the cost. Refer to RPL for more information.
Suggested pathways for further study after completion of this qualification include:
- PSP50716 Diploma of Fraud Control
- PSP50416 Diploma of Government Investigations or
- Other relevant Diploma qualifications
Each qualification or training course offered by KPS has a specific maximum course fee that will be charged to the student. This fee is inclusive of all tuition and assessment, student support, and access to mandatory resources and equipment.
The total cost of this qualification is:
- $975 (RPL)
Fees are subject to change without notice.