Two course options (1) $34.90 for WA Card (Available until 6 December) (2) From $57.50 for new course QLD White Card
We can currently offer two options for your White Card Course. The White Card training regulations are in the process of training. We offer you a WA White Card (nationally recognised) for $34.90, or the new White Card course, which provides a QLD White Card (Nationally recognised), from $57.50. For this new course, you are required to do your assessment over our Live Video, and you will be required to demosntrate you can fit four peices of PPE. We can provide this PPE for you at discount rates if required. See more info here
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Under National Health and Safety laws, any person doing construction work in Australia must have successfully completed a general WHS construction induction course for the industry before they start work in any construction activity. Construction activities include housing construction, civil construction, renovations, repairs, refurbishment, asbestos removal, carpentry, bricklaying, concreting, plumbing and roof, floor and wall tiling.
This reform is the latest initiative of a larger program to harmonise workplace health and safety systems between states and territories, and is in addition to mutual recognition of the construction induction cards obtained in other states and territories. To find out more about the program click here.
This will result in a nationally consistent approach to construction induction training given to workers across Australia. It will also mean that building and construction workers who have completed the induction training will be recognised nationally.
The code of practice replaces a multitude of state systems currently in operation with a single national approach. The code provides guidance on the recommended induction training required to ensure construction workers gain awareness and understanding of common hazards on construction sites and how they should be managed.
The code is supported by a national unit of competency in CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Integrated Services Training Package which enables required training to be delivered through the vocational education and training system by registered training organisations.