Course code: BSB41419 (2019 upgrade and Current)
Investment: $1,195.00 AUD
Duration: 5 Days or 12 months depending on the delivery method
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety reflects the role of employees working in a Work Health and Safety (WHS) environment who work to provide leadership and guidance to others and have some limited responsibility for the output of others.
The qualification reflects the role of workers who apply a broad knowledge base and well developed skills in a wide variety of contexts and may include coordinators, advisors and facilitators. This new qualification is now considered the minimum qualification for those seeking work as a WHS Manager, Advisor or Safety Officer.
Pathways & Opportunities:
Participants will learn how to identify workplace health and safety hazards, assess and control risks, ensure compliance with current legislation and consult on WHS issues.This qualification is aimed at those wishing to have a career as:
Successful completion of this qualification may contribute to credit towards the Diploma in Work Health and Safety.
There are no formal prerequisites other than LLN suitability required to enter into the BSB41419 – Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, however it is preferred students:
Can be either online or face to face in a classroom environment over 5 days. When sitting the fast track five day program out of hours work will be issued and required for successful completion of the program.
Participants have 12 months to complete the qualification from their registration date.
The delivery of the 10 units is facilitated with a combined blend of face to face classroom and practical exercises depicting various scenarios that have been specifically designed to simulate a variety of general work areas that will be familiar to a number of industries.
RPL: For those who believe they qualify, AWCC offer a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) service that can be used for the provision of part-time/full time workers. This model of assessment is offered due to the consideration of industry demand and is predominately based on the candidate having a health balance of work experience and hard evidence to prove competency and currency. Get in contact with our friendly staff to find out more regarding evidence requirements to get the ball rolling today.
The following provides the packaging rules for this qualification, followed by the list of relevant units of competency.
Total units = 10
Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the integrity of the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) alignment and contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome. AWCC has identified our most popular training package for you below however if you require further assistance our friendly staff will be more than happy to discuss additional options that may better suit your training needs.
You can view our Student Handbook here before making a decision to train with us.