White Card Course Sydney
CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry
Industry requires that all workers must have a Construction Induction card (White Card) to allow them access to construction sites. To get this qualification, you must attend a Construction Induction training course, commonly known in NSW as a White Card training. In other States, the construction industry has their own terminology for this training (Victoria Red Card; Queensland Blue Card, etc.). Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry (CPCCWHS1001) is a Nationally Recognised Unit of Competency.
This SafeWork NSW accredited course is delivered face-to-face at our Penrith training facility. Facilitation of this course can be arranged at client business premises, pending minimum booking numbers.
Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd Entry Requirements:
Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number
Acceptable understanding of English, Learning, Literacy & Numeracy
SafeWork NSW Pre-Requisites
Be a minimum of 14 years of age
100 points of Identification
$110.00 (inclusive of assessments, certificates, and cards)
If the student books themselves in either by phone or online the price will be $95.00 (with a CURRENT student ID card, High School student only) One (1) form of ID MUST be a photo ID.
2. SCHOOL STUDENT
If the student is booked in by the High School that they are attending, then the price will be $80.00 (with a CURRENT student ID card or a letter from the school) One (1) form of ID MUST be a photo ID.
Volume of Learning
New Workers, and Existing Industry Workers:
Classroom learning: 6 hours
Theory assessment: 1 hour
Practical assessment: 1 hour
Breaks: 1 hour
Recognition of Prior Learning
Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd does not currently offer Recognition of Prior Learning for CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the ConstructionIndustry.
Implementing Health and Safety for the Workplace
Workplace emergencies and First Aid
Consultation and communication in WH&S
Identifying cautionary signage
Workplace injury management
Responsibilities and obligations of workers
Responsibilities and obligations of employer
Role and function of Health and Safety Representatives (HSR’s)
Construction site observation
Procedure for resolving health and safety issues
Hazard management procedures
Understanding codes of practice
Work Health and Safety Legislation
Safe manual handling practices
Hazardous substances in the construction industry
Safe work practices
Hazards of plant and machinery
On successful completion of CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry, participants will be issued with a Statement of National WHS General Construction Induction Training certificate by SafeWork NSW, a Statement ofAttainment issued by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd, and a Work Health and Safety General Construction Induction card, issued by SafeWork NSW.
Frequently Asked QuestionsFor information about our Construction Induction (White Card) Training courses, please take a look at the FAQs below. For any additional queries, don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly team and we’ll be happy to assist you.
Yes, Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd is a SafeWork NSW approved White Card Training Provider, and our courses are run by fully qualified Trainers & SafeWork Accredited Assessors. pulvinar dapibus leo.
White Cards are valid for lifetime use and have no expiry date. However for your protection, SafeWork NSW recommends retraining for workers who haven’t worked on a construction site for two or more years in order to update your skills and knowledge.
Yes, you will require a valid NSW SafeWork White Card (or interstate equivalent) to be onsite at one of our traffic control courses.
Photo identification is required for all of our courses. These may be your Passport, Drivers licence, Photo ID card, Student Card, or another form of identification listed in the table below. The White Card course requires 100 points of ID from any of the ones listed.
Both primary and secondary documents are accepted for the 100 points of ID required for the course. Listed below are the documents that may be provided for identification. You can provide one (1) primary document with other secondary documents for 100 points of ID. Alternatively, you may provide a combination of secondary documents for 100 points. The combination of documents must contain a date of birth, current residential address, photograph and signature. Please bring original evidence of identity documents with you. Certified copies will not be accepted.
If you are unable to provide the correct ID, by law, you will not be permitted into the course.
We conduct White Card training courses on a biweekly basis (every 2 weeks). For a complete schedule of our courses, please refer to our Calendar page. If a particular course is not listed on your preferred date and time of availability, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Yes. As of the first of September, the General Induction/White Card is now valid for use and recognised nationally.
Application forms for replacement are available on the SafeWork NSW website under “Replacement of a SafeWork NSW Construction Induction Card, form number ACC06”. To replace your card, you will need to pay the associated fee of $30, together with proof of training details, identification and a signed statutory declaration. Further information can be found on SafeWork NSW’s website or phone 13 10 50.
No. Due to the nature of the training program, we currently do not offer this course online.
Under the WHS Induction courses, participants were previously issued “Green Cards”. With legislation changes, this has been updated to the NSW “White Card”.
To book a course online, you may submit a booking enquiry via this page or our Calendar page by selecting ‘Book’ next to your desired course date and submitting your details. Our team will then be in touch with you to confirm your enrolment in the course.
Payment for your course will be done via credit/debit card over the phone or on-site before your training commences. Bank transfers are also accepted.