White card QLD
This is a tough time for all of us as we find our way through the Covid-19 outbreak. It’s also a tough time to be in education.
The spread of the Coronavirus has led to cancelling class based training, ensuring our trainers health and safety by not placing them in danger or travelling interstate as well as self isolation.
While Staysafe has suspended class based training for all of its courses. We are being innovative and thinking outside the box to continue delivering these courses, we have taken to video conference which seems to be working well with this course.
How video conference works, Staysafe hosts the meeting and invites you to participate. Video on the desktop is on which means we can see each other and talk to each other as if in a classroom. You will have downloaded your workbook from the private page to complete and the screen is shared so that we can both see where we are at. You still get that guidance and one on one mentoring to successfully complete the course.
Training does not need to be put off till another time, if you need to do this training, it can be done from the comfort of your home or workplace without physical contact.
Staysafe Industry Training is a proud recipient of Construction SkillsQueensland (CSQ) funding for CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (White card).
Eligibility criteria applies to access CSQ funding. CSQ have waived some of the eligibility criteria for funding for this course. See next column for those changes.
Your White card will be sent by post, however a statement of attainment will be sent via email so that you have proof you have successfully completed the course.
Update from CSQ on eligibility criteria waiver
In consideration of emerging issues, CSQ is removing the requirement below relating to “a month or more employment relationship” for any participant seeking to enrol inCPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (WHITE CARD)
An Existing Worker is a current Employee in the Building and Construction Industry who
has a one month or more employment relationship with their Employer. The working relationship
can be built up through full-time, part-time or casual employment or engagement as a contract worker.
ALL other eligibility requirements still apply.
This change only applies to the delivery of CPCCWHS1001, takes effect immediately and will continue until further notice.
It is important to note that all other regulatory requirements related to the delivery of this unit, must still be complied with.
Evidence of identity (EOI) documents must be made up of three matching original EOI documents. A copy must be retained, excepting a financial institution debit/credit card, on the applicant’s file. You are required to keep a record that a debit/visa card was one of the original documents sighted. The three documents can be made up of:
One category A + two category B OR Two category A + one category B
At least one category A document must be photographic and show a full name and date of birth (DOB).
ID documents must be brought on the day for enrolment.
To apply for CSQ funding for the course you will need to complete the eligibility form and provide relevant documents to show how you met the eligibility criteria.
The form is sent out to you prior to enrolment or you can download the form from this page.
If eligible, you pay $30.00 and CSQ will pay the RTO $100.00. The duration of the course on average is 4.5 hours.
The total cost of the course is $100.00
This course is delivered class based only.
To find out more about CSQ funding eligibility go to csq.org.au