Course Code Included
$129 (may vary)
Is the course accredited?
Does the course meet workplace requirements?
Group Booking Discounts Available
CPCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry is the official name for what is sometimes known as the White Card Course. This is due to the name of qualification students receive upon their successful completion, known as the white card or as a general construction induction card.
First Aid Pro is a registered training organisation offering an accredited course white card course which suits anyone’s construction induction training needs. Working with our highly experienced trainers our students are awarded a nationally recognised statement of attainment upon completing this one day course. This qualification proves that our graduates have the required knowledge and skills to work safely in the construction industry, operational construction zones, or on any other site where construction work may occur.
We provide a same day qualification for our students which proves to future employers they possess the relevant knowledge to work on a construction site immediately.
Through this White Card training course you’ll learn everything you need to know about Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) on a construction site. By the end of your day of training you’ll be able equipped with the basic WHS knowledge to perform the following tasks:
Our white card course provides students with essential WHS training that covers a wide variety of possible job roles.
While a white card is most often associated with working in the construction industry, holding this qualification is necessary to join any worksite where physical and manual labour are common practice or where one might work with construction materials of any kind. Some of the industries and possible career paths which are likely to require a white card include:
There are no previous academic requirements or work experience necessary to enrol in our white card training course. However, all students must meet the following minimum requirements:
Before attending the in-person training portion, all students must have completed the pre-course theoretical training component and quiz in their own time. Students will require their own device and internet access in order to complete the pre-course learning.
On the day of their training course, students must allow a photo to be taken of themselves which includes their head, neck, and shoulders.
FirstAidPro’s training venue in Sydney CBD, situated at the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel. Upon your arrival, kindly approach the concierge who will guide you to our training conference room.
Address: Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, Hyde Room, Level 5, 169 Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: 1300 029 132
FirstAidPro’s training venue in Parramatta is nestled in the heart of the suburb at the Holiday Inn Parramatta
Address: 18-40 Anderson St, Parramatta, NSW, 2150, Australia.
Phone: 1300 029 132
This course takes place via in-person training across a single, six (6) hour day. At the end of this day students will have classroom assessment components including written, oral, and practical demonstrations. This day is not uninterrupted and students will receive lunch breaks.
Prior to attending their classroom practical training, students will be sent self-guided, online training consisting of reading materials and a quiz which are to be completed in their own time.
Upon successful completion of this WHS induction course students are awarded their nationally recognised statement of attainment.
Our WHS induction training course is available to all prospective students for a simple, one time fee of only $129.