What are the different PSiRA verification levels and their requirements?

In South Africa, PSiRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority) has various verification levels that correspond to different roles and responsibilities within the private security industry. These levels are determined based on the nature of the work, the specific skills required, and the responsibilities associated with each role. As of my last update, here are the … Read more

How much do I pay for Psira certificate?

The fees for a PSIRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority) certificate in South Africa can vary based on the grade you are applying for and the specific policies or changes made by PSIRA. Here’s a general estimate: Sample Fee Structure: Grade D: For an entry-level Grade D PSIRA certificate, the application fee can range from … Read more

How long does Psira registration take?

The duration for PSiRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority) registration can vary based on several factors, including the completeness of the application, the volume of applications being processed, and PSiRA’s internal procedures. Here’s a breakdown of the typical timeline for PSiRA registration: Application Submission: Once you’ve submitted your application with all required documentation and fees … Read more

What documents are needed to apply for Psira?

To apply for registration with PSiRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority) in South Africa, certain documents and information are typically required. The specific documentation might vary based on the category of registration (A, B, or C) and the type of security service provided. However, here is a general list of documents often needed for PSiRA … Read more

What is needed to apply for Psira certificate?

To apply for a PSIRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority) certificate in South Africa, you’ll need to gather specific documents and fulfill certain requirements. Here’s a general list of what’s typically needed: Identity Document (ID): A certified copy of your South African identity document or passport if you’re not a South African citizen. Training Certificate: … Read more