White Card Course

Face to Face White Card VIC (CPCCWHS1001) Course

White Card or construction induction card is a mandatory requirement for undertaking any construction work in Australia. All workers on a construction site must hold a white card and can get it after completing a construction induction course face to face.

Construction sites are not safe and contain many hazards that pose a risk of injury, especially if proper safety practices are not followed. White card training offers the skills and knowledge needed for dealing with the potential risks.

All candidates that successfully complete the course will be issued a statement of attainment and a construction induction card for the CPCCWHS1001- Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry unit.

White Card face to face is recognised all over Australia, you can apply for this one day White Card training course anywhere and can learn at your own pace. It is an industry approved and fully accredited course.

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Requirements For White Card Training

  • Must have good verbal and written comprehension of the English language
  • Must wear long sleeved shirt, long leg pants and steel cap boots
  • Must hold a USI (unique student identifier) number.
  • Access to a hard hat, safety glasses, high visibility clothing and earplugs/ muffs.
  • A driver’s licence, passport or another form of photo identity
  • An English language proficiency
  • Literacy and numeracy skill level of 1
  • Problem-solving skills for risk control measures
  • Reading skills to follow pictorial safety instructions
  • Skills to listen instructions to identify key information

This course provides additional knowledge to construction site workers to teach them various control measures for mitigating risks, including identifying hazards, assessing risks, implementing and reviewing control measures. It also covers a wide range of health and safety topics focusing on:

  • Knowledge of health and safety legislation
  • Identifying common construction hazards
  • Implementing control measures
  • Procedures for emergency response

The course also covers the process of reporting safety issues, injuries, incidents and the way to respond to such emergencies.

Course Accreditation

After completing the course successfully, you’ll receive a Statement of Attainment that verifies you have completed the required training. A wallet-size White Card arrives within weeks later via mail.

Though white cards do not expire under the WHS Act regulation, it’s advised to take a refresher course or retake the course every two years.

Enrol In White Card Training Today

If you are planning to step at the construction site as a worker, choose Energy Training Group to undertake the CPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry training course to obtain your White Card.

We are a reputed and privately owned Registered Training Organisation in Melbourne, having a team of qualified instructors providing skill training to workers interested in getting a White Card.

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