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Looking for expert white card training in Australia? You’ve come to the right place.
Here at Leading Safety Training, we focus on providing exceptional white card courses that are accessible to all. A white card, also known as a general construction induction card, is a necessary certification for most operating in the construction industry. Leading Safety Training understand the importance and value of attaining accredited white card training and how important it is to work with someone that you can trust.
White Card Training provides the qualification that is necessary to work in the construction industry.
We work with experienced construction personnel who have developed an engaging program for construction workers to attain the required accreditations to work safely in the industry. Whether you are considering building a long-term career in the construction industry or seeking temporary labouring work, you’re going to need and will likely benefit from White Card Training.
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Identify construction hazards and risk control measures.
Identify health and safety communication and reporting processes.
Identify health and safety legislative requirements of construction work.
Minimum Course Duration is 6 hours, 45 minutes. The course time includes two fifteen-minute breaks.
The course includes written, verbal, and practical assessments.
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.
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.
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. Registering for a USI is easy on their website. 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 cannot be issued unless a valid USI is received.
Attaining a white card is relatively easy – just book in with Leading Safety Training, and we’ll get you sorted! We offer white card courses across NSW, with our fantastic physical locations for face-to-face training and Zoom offerings for virtual courses.
To get a white card, you need to complete general construction induction training with a registered training organisation, like Leading Safety Training. To be eligible for the course, you’ll need 100 points of identification to verify your important details.
The course for attaining a white card involves basic construction health and safety training and will take less than a full day to complete. Previously known as the Blue Card, Red Card or Green Card course, depending on your state, this course for a white card is mandatory for anyone who works or wants to work in the construction industry.
A white card, also referred to as a general construction induction card, is a mandatory card required by all workers who operate on a construction site. The white card course comprises important topics about health and safety in the workplace. Having the appropriate training and white card accreditation means less risk of experiencing an accident on-site, or indeed, causing one.
According to SafeWork Australia, there were a total of 114,435 serious injury claims and 183 worker fatalities between 2018 and 2019. Training for white card certification is designed to directly equip construction and tradespeople with the right knowledge and skill to prevent and avoid workplace injury and fatality.
White card training is designed to raise awareness of the best practices while operating in construction sites, to eliminate risks that cause injuries and fatalities in the workplace. The training requires students to demonstrate personal awareness of Work Health & Safety legislative requirements, the basics of risks management and injury and illness prevention best practices in the construction sector.
Generally speaking, anyone who works in the construction industry requires a valid white card. This includes site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers, and tradespeople. People who access operational construction zones, both unaccompanied and not directly supervised, will also require white cards. Similarly, workers whose employment causes them to routinely enter operational construction sites will also need to obtain training for a white card.
Under the current legislation, white cards do not expire until you cease to work in the industry. Once you have been certified with your white card, it will remain valid while you continue to operate in the construction industry. However, if you cease to work in construction for two consecutive years, you will need to renew your white card accreditation and refresh your knowledge by completing the training again.
It costs $120 to get your white card. Here at Leading Safety Training, there are no hidden fees, and we won’t overcharge you for a simple course. We offer upfront, transparent pricing and are more focused on ensuring each person that wishes to operate in the construction field is equipped with the right safety knowledge and skills.
At Leading Safety Training, we offer our course for white card certification via Zoom, as well as face-to-face. If you’re located in NSW, you can obtain a white card by completing the course over virtual training, with Zoom.
Yes! Leading Safety Training are taking extra precautions for our students and trainers to maintain a safe, healthy and protected learning environment. Our physical locations across NSW are now back up and running, as well as our virtual courses. You can now complete the course for white card attainment via Zoom.
Our public courses are available across the state. We have carefully selected our trainers for their expertise and qualifications in chosen fields and their industry experience. Furthermore, we have chosen trainers for their integrity and interpersonal skills. They are full of great information and excel at engaging and exciting our trainees throughout the course.
We also deliver the White Card to over 150 high schools in NSW. The SafeWork NSW approved White Card Course meets the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulation 2017.
As of 2020, Leading Safety Training can deliver white card courses across the state of NSW with Zoom and virtual training.