National White Card
Are you intending to work in the construction industry? You have to get this ticket!
This course is available for anyone intending to work in the Australian Construction Industry.
Before anyone can work on an Australian construction site, they must have attained White Card accreditation.
Issued by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs), White Card holders have successfully completed a general induction training course that provides basic knowledge of construction work, work health and safety (WHS) laws, common site hazards and how to control the associated risks.
WHS Inspectors from SafeWork SA may ask construction workers to provide their White Card for inspection, and ask the PCBU to show their induction training or other worker competency records.
A functional level of English language communication and comprehension skills are required to be successful.
15-25 years of age
What you have to bring:
It is mandatory that applicants provide ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC evidence to ensure their identity is able to be confirmed prior to the issue of a White Card e.g. driver's license or passport.
Gawler Civic Centre
89-91 Murray Street, Gawler
Room: First Floor, James Martin Room.
Included. Specify any dietary requirements in your online booking.
Transport is avaialble:
For transport options from Barossa Council and Light Regional Council areas please contact your Council -
Brooke Chinner or Kirsty Hage
Youth and Volunteer Coordinator
Ph: 08 8563 4444
Light Regional Council
Community Development Officer
M: 0428 947 479
$90 for Town of Gawler, Light Regional and Barossa Council residents
$120 young people outside of these Council regions.
Registration and payment due by Wednesday, 10 April 2019
TAFE Registration Form
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April 17 2019
$90 for Town of Gawler, Light Regional and Barossa Council residents. $120 young people outside of these Council regions.