The course you're about to start is done online. You’ll need to have a good internet connection, and speakers or headphones so you can hear sound, plus a printer to print off your Statement of Attainment at the end.
Once you’ve completed the course, you’ll need to fill out a form called a Statutory Declaration (we supply it for you). This form is a legal document which declares that you have completed the course yourself. IMPORTANT: You will need an Observer to witness that you did the assessment and to sign off the Observer Section of the Statutory Declaration.
The Statutory Declaration then has to be signed by you in front of an authorised person (such as a JP, C.Dec. – more info). You can usually easily find these people in shopping centres, office buildings, or a Post Office.
You will then need to send these forms, plus some other ID documents to us IN ORDER TO GET YOUR WHITE CARD sent to you. If you don't do this, you may not be able to access a work site just with your Statement of Attainment. You can see a complete list of the things you need to send to us and how to do this here: http://www.whitecardonline.com.au/checklist
You will be able to download a Statement of Attainment once you have successfully completed the program including all assessments, and once we have received all the necessary documents from you, we will send you out your plastic White Card. It will have a serial number and will contain your signature and the date of the course.
The fee to complete this course is $67 payable by credit card online, on commencement (All transactions are displayed and processed in $AUD). This fee includes postal dispatch of your White Card once all requirements have been met. Your White Card will be dispatched typically within three working days of receipt of the required Statutory Declaration and associated documents (1 - 2 day dispatch if Express Delivery option is selected).
You will receive more instructions about doing this course once you’ve registered.
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