White Card Training Course Available Online Australia Wide
5 Hours F2F / Online Self-Paced
Brisbane, Gold Coast
Course Dates and Locations
Brisbane Courses By Appointment
Gold Coast Courses by Appoinment
Our online White Card training course is the only course in Queensland and Australia to use vivid full-motion 3D animation and characters to give you an induction experience that is as entertaining as it is educational.
We’ve seamlessly integrated assessments throughout to test your knowledge. The course is streamlined and is designed to recognise areas where you require further information. Take full control of your learning – the more you know, the faster you go!
Upon successful completion of this program you will receive a Statement of Attainment for competencies completed. A nationally recognised passport for construction (known as White Card) will also be issued.
This program is a mandatory requirement for persons seeking to work in construction workplaces. Under WHS/OHS Laws there are large penalties for failing to hold general safety induction evidence.
This card replaces the former QLD Construction Induction. (Bluecard).
Persons seeking to work in an Australian construction workplace.
Identify and explain WH&S legislative requirements;
· Identify and explain WH&S legislative requirements;
· Identify construction hazards and control measures;
· Identify WH&S communication and reporting process;
· Identify WH&S incident response procedures;
There are no restrictions on entry to this program, however, students are required to have sufficient numeracy and literacy skills to read and comprehend instruction for safety on a construction workplace.
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Assessments and Awards
Participants who demonstrate competency by passing both the theory and practical assessments will receive a Statement of Attainment CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry.
Graduates of our online training course in Brisbane or elsewhere in Australia will also receive a laminated “White Card,” which remains the property of the Department of Industrial Relations Queensland.