Planning to work in the construction industry? A White Card is evidence that you have completed a General Construction Induction course/White Card course. This course is mandatory for anyone who works or wants to work in the construction industry (construction zones or performs construction) such as building, demolition or housing construction will require a White Card. This includes construction related positions such as Labourers, Tradespeople, Apprentices or Trainees, Project Managers or Supervisors or those who previously had a White Card, but haven’t worked in construction for 2 years.
CPCCWHS1001 provides you with an understanding of how to control common hazards and risks on a construction site. It is a requirement for any worker on a construction site to undertake general induction training and receive their White Card. Successful completion of this unit will enable the student to achieve their licencing requirement to enter a work/construction site. The White Card course is nationally recognised, meaning you will be able to work anywhere in Australia.
The course delivery modes include:
Face to face (Theory and simulated practical in class): 1 day – 6 hours
Assistance is provided for people with disability including wheelchair access, access to welfare services, large learning spaces.
There are no entry requirements to this qualification. Applicants must be 18 years or older
• In Class Assessment which consists of a combination of written, question and answer, case study questions, projects and multiple choice questions.
• Skills assessment which includes 4 tasks to complete
• Observation Checklist which is a checklist that the assessor uses to assess the student’s demonstrated skills during the skills assessment
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