Star Training

Construction Induction (White Card) Training Course Melbourne

Starts from

$130

CPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
Location Duration Pay Online Via Phone
Rowville or Derrimut Training Facility Approximately 6 hours $130 $140
On-site at your workplace Approximately 6 hours $170

Location

On-site at your workplace or alternatively at our Melbourne training facilities:
16 Laser Drive, Rowville VIC 3178
153 Australis Drive, Derrimut VIC 3026
The only approved way to deliver a construction induction in Victoria is by attending a face to face training course. Then to obtain accreditation in construction white card training Victoria, a practical and written assessment will be given to participants to complete.
Participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English.

Participants will be unable to sit the course without providing an acceptable form of PHOTO IDENTIFICATION.
  • Government issued photo identification
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI)
  • Closed toe shoes
On completion of the course, participants will receive an electronic copy of a Statement of Attainment. The construction white card will then be sent out by Worksafe Victoria, which you should receive within approximately 3 weeks.

Planning on working in construction and need to obtain a credible construction white card? Then reach out to our highly trained professionals and organise a construction white card training in Melbourne today! Our courses are nationally accredited, and our team will provide you with a friendly learning environment that will help you gain all the skills and knowledge required for working in construction sites. There are plenty of training dates available and you can book online today or call our consultants to schedule a date (03) 9720 7666.

White Card Construction Induction Training Melbourne CPCCWHS1001

Star Training and Assessing has been providing Nationally accredited courses in Construction Training Melbourne wide for years and is one of the highest-ranking training organisations. Our team has extensive knowledge in the industry and strives on making training environments friendly and supportive, so participants can obtain a construction white card with confidence. With our highly trained experts, we ensure only the best construction courses are delivered and all have helped various students in and outside of our facilities obtain a credible construction white card in Victoria.

We pride ourselves on providing exceptional construction courses Victoria wide and will continue to provide premium construction training services to ensure you get the best practices possible. Our team of highly trained construction training experts let you learn with confidence and are committed to providing necessary and impart extensive knowledge in construction white card training, so you can gain the skills required to work on a construction site in Victoria. For our construction white card training in Victoria, we offer on-site training and off-site training at Star Training and Assessing facilities.

Before commencing work on any construction site in Australia, workers are required to hold evidence of general construction induction under the applicable occupational health and safety laws of each state or territory jurisdiction.

Formally known in Victoria as the “Red Card”, this nationally recognised unit has been replaced by the “Construction Induction Card” or the “White Card”. Our construction white card training in Melbourne is aimed to provide participants with the essential knowledge and skills to work in a range of construction sites.

This nationally recognised unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to undertake Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) induction training within the construction industry. It requires the ability to demonstrate personal awareness of OHS legislative requirements and the basic principles of risk management and prevention of injury and illness in the construction industry.
Identifying health and safety legislative requirements in construction work –
  • Identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Duty of care requirements
  • Identifying construction safe work practices
Identifying construction hazards and applying risk control measures –
  • Basic principles of risk management
  • Identifying construction hazards
  • Personal protective equipment requirements
  • Controlling construction hazards
Identifying health and safety communication and reporting procedures –
  • Identifying health and safety documentation
  • Identifying roles of designated health and safety personnel
  • Identifying safety signs and symbols
  • Procedures for reporting hazards, incidents and injuries
Identifying incident and emergency response procedures –
  • Procedures for responding to incidents and emergencies
  • Procedures for accessing first aid
  • Identifying types and purpose of fire safety equipment.

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