White Card (CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safety in the Construction Industry) for employment purposes, you may need a General Construction Induction Card (White Card) to gain access to a construction worksite. We deliver the General Construction Induction training course, aligned to the unit of competency: CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work safely in the construction Industry. Students who successfully complete the General Construction Induction course will achieve their White Card.
Licensing requirements will apply to this unit of competency depending on the regulatory requirements of each State or Territory.
Is this the right course for me?
All workers carrying out construction work are required to have a white card, such as: A White Card is legally required for those working in the construction industry in Australia. There are many potential risks involved in the construction industry make it important for workers to be knowledgeable about safe work practices, risk management, personal protection, safety signs and safety equipment.
How does this course work?
- Online Learning – any time, any place, with maximum flexibility, 7 days/24 hours;
- Face to face classroom learning – contact us to register, (week days and weekends)
White Card State Recognition
All states and territories have agreed to implement the National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work which has been declared by Safe Work Australia.
Read before you get started. The result is a nationally consistent approach to construction induction training given to workers across Australia. It will also mean that White Cards / CITCs from any Australian state or territory are recognised nationally.
|Residential State||Card Issued||Read from Official Website….||Delivery Mode|
|ACT||NSW||Access Canberra||One-day face to face classroom learning|
|NSW||WA||Access Canberra||Online Learning|
|NSW||NSW||SafeWork NSW||One-day face to face classroom learning|
|NSW||WA||SafeWork NSW||Online Learning|
|VIC||WA||Worksafe Victoria||Online Learning|
|QLD||QLD||Workplace Health and Safety Queensland||Online Learning|
|NT||WA||Worksafe NT||Online Learning|
|TAS||WA||Workplace Standards Tasmania||Online Learning|
|WA||WA||Worksafe WA||Online Learning|
*The above information is from official websites are subject to change without notice
When does the course commence?
You can enrol in this course at any time if you wish to undertake via online learning, you will have the access to start straight after registration.
For Face to Face classroom learning, please contact us to register: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9633 3929.
Is there a maximum course completion time?
From the date of enrolment registration, you have up to 3 months to complete this unit of competency, and most of our students complete it within a day.
How do I access to learning support?
You are very well supported throughout your course.
You have the access to discuss your course work on a one-on-one basis with a specialist trainer through telephone; email; or Skype as you progress through the course, so you won’t feel alone.
Entry and study requirements
We are committed to seeing you through your course. We have determined the following requirements to ensure you have the best chance of successfully completing your course:
For Online Learning Mode:
- Provide your Unique Student Identifier Number (USI); and
- Have internet access; a valid email account and telephone number for learning communication and support; and
- Successfully complete required assessments; and
- Have a camera on your internet-enabled device (i.e. Computer, Smartphone); and
- Satisfy with Photo ID requirements stated by state government authorities; and
- Successfully complete an Oral assessment task after verification of your submitted documentation (100% correct response).
For Face to Face Classroom Mode: (No computer work involved)
- Attend a one-day classroom learning;
- Successfully complete required assessments (100% correct response).;
- Provide your Unique Student Identifier Number (USI);
Satisfy with Photo ID requirements stated by state government authorities, (NSW SafeWork ID Requirements);
Skills needed for your study
- Language and literacy skills: you will need to possess effective language, communication and interpersonal skills and have the ability to write a range of documentation.
- Students with special needs are advised to email email@example.com prior to booking so that reasonable adjustments to assessment can be contemplated.
- Where a student has an identified need for assistance with language, literacy or numeracy, LET Training’s trainers and assessors will endeavour to provide this assistance.
The following unit of competency has National recognition under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
- Statement of Attainment will be issued on successful completion.
- White card will be issued (or requested to be issued) to successfully completed students.
Upon enrolment, you will be provided via the Learning Management System if you undertake the training from online, or provide with a learner workbook if you undertake the course in the classroom with detailed assessment task specifications and activities. By way of example, you may be required to:
- Answer a series of knowledge and skills based questions;
- Participate in interviews with your assessor.
You will be provided with opportunities to adjust & resubmit your assessments based on the assessor’s feedback.
Successful completion of this unit of competency can lead to a range of potential career opportunities.
What job roles exist?
- Self-employed persons
- Supervisors and project managers
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
For those currently working in a business environment with over 2 years’ experience, ask our friendly course consultants about our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) solution eligibility. Our expert trainer will develop a tailored training plan for you based on your existing role and experience.
Will previous study and experience count?
LET Training recognises Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which takes into account the knowledge and skills you have already gained through your previous education and work history, attributing this to your enrolled qualification course. This may be through formal or informal training and can result in credits towards your qualification. More information can be found in Student Handbook.
Future education pathways
After successfully completing the CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry, you may like to enrol in LET Training’s BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety course.
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