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Training Officer

G4S Cash Solutions (SA), a leading provider of integrated cash management solutions, has a vacancy for a Training Officer, based at our operations in Cape Town.

Reporting to the Head of Business Transformation, this role is responsible for the implementation and management of all training and development technical and behavioural training solutions for operations in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements to meet business and customer needs

The successful incumbent is a self-starter with a proven track record in maintaining company policy, adopting best practices, and is able to exercise sound judgment in the pursuit of the achievement of the goals of the organization, and understanding the role that operational training plays within a successful business unit. The incumbent will be expected to be results-driven and to live the values of the organization.


Execution of training and assessments

  • Facilitate and provide support of identified learning interventions
  • Number of learners that complete the required  training programmes
  • Learner achievements recorded and input provided to training system and report
  • Implement and monitor learner rating system.
  • Liaise with management around learners’ performance
  • Customer requirements met  in specific training interventions at regional centres/branches
  • Plan and schedule learning interventions both technical and behavioural to meet region needs with a focus on core skills identified

Training provider accreditation maintained


  • Compliance with SASSETA/ THETA  requirements
  • Training provider accreditation status maintained
  • Learner achievement reports maintained
  • Assessment and moderation reports submitted
  • Skills programmes certified
  • Submit annual audits as per SETA/PSIRA requirements
  • Implement actions to ensure accreditation of the Training Centres

Maintain proper record keeping/Admin

  • Ensure that expense mandates follow audit procedures
  • Ensure an effective Training Administrative Service
  •  Assess competency against learning outcomes of operational employees and provide proof of assessments
  • Submission of weekly training reports


Health and Safety

  • Take reasonable care for the health and safety of himself and of other persons who may be affected by his acts or omissions.
  • As regards any duty or requirement imposed on his employer or any other person by the OHSACT 85, 1993, co-operate with such employer or person to enable that duty or requirement to be performed or complied with.
  • Carry out any lawful order given to him/her, and obey the health and safety rules and procedures laid down by his employer or by anyone authorized thereto by his employer, in the interest of health and safety.
  • If any situation which is unsafe or unhealthy comes to his attention, as soon as practicable report such situation to his employer or to the health and safety representative for his workplace or section thereof, as the case may be, who shall report it to the employer, and
  • If he is involved in an incident which may affect his health or which has caused an injury to himself/herself, report such incident to this employer or to anyone authorized thereto by the employer, or to his health and safety representative, as soon as practicable but not later than the end of the particular shift during which the incident occurred, unless the circumstances were such that the reporting of the incident was not possible, in which case he shall report the incident as soon as practicable thereafter.



  • 3 Years working experience in Psira/Sasseta training environment
  • 3 years relevant operational experience (CIT/Armed Response/Security would be highly recommended)
  • Sound understanding of relevant statistical information and the reporting thereof
  • Previous experience in the planning, facilitation monitoring and control of technical and behavioural learning interventions
  • Preference code EC (10) Valid driver’s License
  • Valid Firearm Competency Certificate
  • PSIRA Instructor Grade A essential
  • Firearm Instructor and Range Officer essential
  • A good understanding of relevant national qualifications and unit standards will be beneficial, but not essential

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes

  • Knowledge of curriculum and learning programme design
  • Knowledge of the PSIRA and SETA training regulations and requirements
  • Knowledge of Skills Development, EE,  LRA and SAQA legislation
  • Knowledge of training facilitation, evaluation and moderation
  • Strong Communication (written and verbal)
  • Delivering objectives
  • MS Office skills
  • Facilitation experience
  • Current knowledge of best practices for training in a Security Environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Assertiveness
  • Reliability
  • Coaching Skills
  • Dealing with Changing Circumstances
  • Sharing and Co-operating
  • Operate independently
  • Flexibility
  • Planning and Organising

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, but SA citizens will have a distinct advantage.







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