White Card
Course NSW

Course Code: CPCCWHS1001

Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry

Want to get certified with White Card NSW training and start work? You’re in luck, Leading Safety Training are the expert providers of White Card Training NSW courses.

We are passionate about keeping workers safe and reducing risk on the job site at Leading Safety Training. For anyone planning to work on site, white cards are both essential and mandatory, in line with construction industry legislation. In our course, you will not only receive the required training to meet industry regulation, but also be provided with an engaging and valuable experience led by industry experts.

We’ve got you covered with the best White Card Training NSW has to offer, for general construction induction.

As a Safe Work NSW approved course provider, we deliver you with the knowledge and training to ensure the safety of yourself and individuals around you by reducing the risk of accidents. Our outstanding of health and safety education such as our white card course NSW training enables and maintains safe working practices. You can guarantee our training will provide you with all the necessary knowledge about workplace health and safety. As an approved White Card NSW supplier and Nationally Recognised Training Organisation, our training is second to none.


No hidden fees or add on costs


Registered Training Organisation

Course delivered by Coastal OHS Services RTO No 91577

1 Day

Completed in 6.5 hours

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Regardless of your age or experience; starting out in the industry as a student or a veteran refreshing their knowledge, our mission is to deliver informative and engaging courses to ensure your safety on the job. As a certified White Card NSW supplier, our day-long white card course will take you through key topics, knowledge assessments and award you with a Statement of Attainment and SafeWork NSW Statement of Training.

Our instructors are fully qualified and backed up with significant industry experience and great interpersonal skills to make sure you get the most out of your course. We are also providers of white card training to over 150 high schools across NSW and offer public courses out of Sutherland, Hornsby, Parramatta, Singleton, Penrith, Wollongong, Gosford, Central Coast, Newcastle and Charlestown. We can also deliver white cards on-site anywhere in NSW.

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What’s Involved in White Card Training NSW?


Identify construction hazards and risk control measures.



Identify health and safety communication and reporting processes.


Identify health and safety legislative requirements of construction work.

Course Outcomes

  Course Duration

Minimum Course Duration is 6 hours, 45 minutes. The course time includes two fifteen-minute breaks.



The course includes written, verbal, and practical assessments.

  Course Awards

Students who complete the course get a Statement of Attainment and SafeWork NSW Statement of Training. The SafeWork NSW Statement of Training allows participants to work straight away, and SafeWork NSW will send out their White Card within 60 days.

Course Requirements

Evidence of Identity

The minimum participant age for the course is 14 years old. A school Photo ID Card can confirm evidence of identity for high school students. Any other participants wishing to attend must bring 100 points of identity. The documents are audited at the beginning of the course. The following combinations are accepted:

• High School Students only – School Photo ID Card or
• Passport plus Australian driver’s license or
• Full Australian birth certificate plus Australian driver’s license or
• Australian driver’s license plus Medicare card plus bank card plus a utility bill or phone bill or car rego papers.

Please visit the SafeWork Australia Evidence of Identity guide for more information.

Student Information

Before booking a course, you should be aware of our refund policy, complaints/appeals processes, student support, your responsibilities and rights as a student. This information and more is available on our Student Information page. Please let us know, before enrolment, about any special needs you may have for you to successfully complete your course. You may wish to attempt a Language Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) assessment to find out if you need special support. This LLN assessment is available on request. We may ask you to complete this LLN assessment before course enrolment.

Unique Student Identifier

The Australian Government requires ALL students to register for a Unique Student Identifier (USI). It is easy and fast to do. Students must bring their USI number to the course, including the exact name they used to register for the USI. A White Card or Statement of Attainment can not be issued unless a valid USI is received.

White Card Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Get A White Card for NSW Online?

You can obtain a white card in NSW with virtual training over Zoom. At Leading Safety Training, we provide our white card NSW courses face to face either via zoom or within one of our physical education centres across NSW.


Can I Get A White Card in NSW During COVID-19?

Most definitely! Our passion for workplace health and safety and deliveries of White Cards has been adapted to meet the new normal. We now implement our courses with extra precautions for our students and trainers to maintain a safe and protected learning environment all across the state. We are back up and running in our physical locations as well as still offering our virtual course in which you can attain your NSW white card via Zoom.


How Long Does A White Card Last in NSW?

If you cease work within the construction industry for two consecutive years you will need to refresh your knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety and undertake a new white card training course. However as soon as you obtain your white card it will last you as long as you continue working in the industry. Do your training once and do it properly, and you’re set – that’s the beauty of the white card in NSW.


What Is A White Card Used For?

The white card course NSW covers topics surrounding health and safety in the workplace. Risks of experiencing or causing on-site accidents are reduced as a result of appropriate education and white card accreditations. It is compulsory to possess a white card for all workers who operate on a construction site in NSW. A white card is also known as a general construction induction card.

Participants must demonstrate a comprehensive awareness of Work Health & Safety legislative requirements. This includes knowledge of best practices towards risk management and injury and illness prevention in the construction sector. The purpose of this training is to eliminate risks that cause injuries and fatalities in the workplace to raise awareness of the best practices while operating on construction sites.


How Do I Get A White Card in NSW?

Once you book in with Leading Safety Training, we will look after everything to help you attain a white card in NSW. We offer comprehensive white card course NSW training and aid those working in construction, across the state. We can deliver face-to-face training at our fantastic physical locations or deliver online training on Zoom. The white card course takes less than a full day to complete and will take you through basic construction health and safety training.

The course for attaining a white card for NSW will provide comprehensive construction health and safety education in less than a full day. This course is essential for anyone who currently or plans to work in the construction industry. The white card has also been previously known as the Green Card, Blue Card or Red Card course, depending on which state you’ve been operating in.

As a certified training organisation in NSW, Leading Safety training are qualified providers of white cards and educators of general construction induction training. To attain the white card, you will need 100 points of identification to verify your identity and be eligible for the course.


Who Needs A White Card in NSW?

All over NSW, a valid white card is compulsory for anyone who is employed in the construction industry. This includes surveyors, tradespeople, labourers and even site managers. In addition to this, individuals whose employment requires them to frequently enter operational construction sites will also need undertake training and receive a white card. A white card is also mandatory for contractors or individuals who access operational construction zones alone and not directly supervised.