Frequently asked questions about the White Card course
What is White Card Training?
‘White Card training‘ is the term used to describe general induction for construction training. It provides basic knowledge of:
Work Health and Safety (WHS) Laws
Common hazards likely to be encountered in construction work
How the associated risks can be controlled
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.
How long does the course take?
Six and a half hours including check in and ID verification
How much does the course cost?
What do I receive as a result of completing the course?
You will receive the National Statement of Attainment CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry and the Construction Induction Card issued by WorkSafe Victoria.
What are the requirements for students attending this course?
Students are required to have necessary Language, Literacy and Numeracy skills as outlined above. Students will also be asked to provide valid identification documents. For a list of acceptable forms of ID click on this link WorkSafe Victoria Proof of Identity Documents.
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