The course is aimed at all workers carrying out construction work, including: self-employed persons, laborers, apprentices, trades-persons, supervisors and project managers. Students will learn the basic principles of health and safety in the construction industry as well as information about preventing workplace injury and illness, workplace injury management and workers compensation.
We are Universal Training Academy understand how important your time is, to accomodate the needs of the students we are offering the CPCCOHS1001A course online using our advanced web integrated system. This system allows a fast turnaround for the candidates to be able to receive their "white card" as soon as possible.
Once the theory questions are finished online, the last part is a simple phone or a skype assessment with our assessor to confirm the identity and maintain the integrity of the assessment process.
Universal Training Academy has been involved in the industry since 2007 and is committed to delivering high quality training to its clients. To facilitate this goal, we applied to the Department of Education & Training in Queensland for Registered Training Organization status and were approved early in 2010.
The consistently high quality of our training and the flexibility that our courses offer students has meant that much of our business derives from word-of-mouth recommendations. We aim to build on the reputation we have established by continuing to offer the same high quality of training through the use of latest innovations in information technology.
'White Card training' is the term used to describe general induction for construction training. It provides basic knowledge of:
Under the WHS legislation, workers on construction sites in Australia must undertake 'White Card training' and have evidence of their attendance from the course before they are permitted to commence work on a construction site.
This 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.
Licensing requirements will apply to this unit of competency depending on the regulatory requirements of each jurisdiction.