Our Perth CBD training venue is located at Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth and The Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth 195/196 Adelaide Terrace Perth, Western Australia 6004. It is easily accessible by car and public transport, with a number of buses stopping directly out the front. A number of U-parks are also available on and around Adelaide Terrace Street for those who are driving.
If you want to learn how to work safely in the construction industry, the CPCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely course is the way to go. In Western Australia, a white card is required to work in construction. This course covers essential topics like occupational health and safety, identifying and assessing potential hazards, reporting safety concerns, and emergency procedures.
According to Safe Work Australia, the construction industry has one of the highest fatality rates in the country, with only 4.4% of the workforce but 10% of worker fatalities.
Successful completion of a White Card course is mandatory for anyone looking to work in construction in Australia, as it provides vital knowledge and skills related to OHS in construction sites and equips you with the knowledge and skills to work safely in the construction industry.
Not only does obtain a White Card certification fulfil legal requirements, but it can also help prevent accidents and injuries that can result in significant financial and emotional costs for workers and their families. By providing a foundation in OHS principles, the course can contribute to a safer and more productive work environment in the construction industry.
Our construction induction training course covers important topics related to workplace health and safety regulations, such as hazard and risk identification on construction sites, risk control measures, health and safety reporting processes, and OHS incident and emergency response procedures.
By the end of the course, you will have gained the knowledge and skills needed to work safely in the construction industry. You will receive your white card training certification on the same day upon successful completion of the training.
Skills Training College boasts a team of highly experienced and qualified trainers who are dedicated to delivering top-notch training to our students. Our trainers possess the necessary qualifications and certifications to teach various courses and are experts in their respective fields.
Our trainers stay up-to-date with the latest industry standards and regulations regarding the White Card course, thanks to their wealth of knowledge and experience in the construction industry. They are committed to ensuring that our students receive the highest quality training. Our practical and hands-on training approach ensures our students are well-equipped to handle real-world scenarios.
We offer flexible training options that are designed to cater to your schedule. Our courses are available on weekdays, weekends, and evenings, so you can choose the best time. Additionally, we provide online training options for those who prefer to learn at their own pace and convenience.
We understand that training can be expensive, which is why our training is affordable and offers value for money. Despite our competitive pricing, we never compromise on the quality of our training.
At Skills Training College, our trainers are experts in their respective fields and are dedicated to providing quality training to our students. When you choose to do your White Card WA Perth training with us, you can rest assured that you’ll receive the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely on construction sites. Plus, you’ll receive your training at an affordable price and with flexible training options.
To participate in our white card training course for work in the construction industry, you must be 18 years or older, and no academic qualifications are necessary.
Prior to attending the training, all participants are required to complete pre-training reading and a quiz to ensure they have a foundational understanding of the course content.
During the white card training course, participants will be assessed through a written assessment, oral presentation, and various practical demonstrations to ensure they have gained the necessary knowledge and skills to work safely on a construction site.
If you’re new to the construction industry, don’t worry! We will provide you with all the necessary information and training to work safely and confidently during your construction induction training.
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