Get your construction industry training – online. From White Card certification, to workplace safety and compliance, online training courses are a great way to improve employee skills and knowledge.
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Hand Operated Power Tools Hazard Guide
A$38.50Course OverviewThis course has been developed to provide the learner with an understanding of the controls that should be applied to hand operated power tools in the workplace. Target AudienceThis course is aimed at workers who are already competent and is used as a sign off to confirm competence. Learning ObjectivesThis course will provide you with information about:What hand operated power tools areWays you may be exposed to risks associated with hand operated power toolsControls that should be applied to reduce the risk associated with hand operated power tools Duration15 Minutes
Working at Heights Hazard Guide
A$38.50Course Overview This course is aimed at workers who are already competent and is used as a sign off to confirm competence. Target Audience This course is aimed at workers who are already competent and is used as a sign off to confirm competence. Learning Objectives This course will provide you with information about: Working at heights and some of the common situations where working at heights may be required. Controls that should be applied to reduce the risk associated with working at heights. Duration 45 Minutes
CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
A$75The White Card is also known as the ‘General Construction Induction Card’ or the ‘Blue Card’ in the past. It’s compulsory for anyone who wishes to work in the construction industry in Australia. The Nationally Accredited Unit of Competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry, is designed to teach you the skills required to undertake work health and safety induction training within the construction industry. Additionally, this unit of competency helps you to demonstrate your personal awareness of WHS legislative requirements and the basic risk management principles to prevent illness and injury in the construction industry. Further information on this unit of competency can be found here – such as Elements and Performance Criteria, Required Skills and Knowledge The accredited unit – “CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry” – forms part of the CPC08 – Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package. Under the National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work and Mutual Recognition, general induction training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation is accepted in all States and Territories. This course is also recognised and nationally accredited under the standards of the Australian Qualifications Framework. Requirements You need the following to begin your White Card course: Unique Student Identifier (USI) number: All students undertaking accredited training in Australia require a USI number. Your personal information entered for your USI must exactly match the details in your training account with us. Click here to create. Personal information: We will need your email, full name, street address, mailing address (if applicable), date of birth and phone number to create an account for you. Photo Identification: You will need to provide a copy of your current photographic identification to commence the course. This document will be used at the completion of the course and will need to be certified by a JP and submitted with a Statutory Declaration. PPE – Personal Protective Equipment: To complete the final assessment in this course you will need to provide and demonstrate the correct fitting of the following PPE items. You must have access to these items for your face to face assessment to our assessor: hard hat high vis vest eye protection hearing protection International Students This course is not valid for International Students on a Student Visa. Please Contact a CRICOS provider if you want to complete this course. Next Steps You can sign up and start your training immediately once you have your USI. On average, and dependent upon your pace, our course completion time is two to six hours. Our six stage course requires you complete online assessments in stages one to four consisting of multiple choice and true/false questions. The fifth stage assessment is your real time video assessment consisting of oral questions and your demonstration of fitting your PPE. In the final stage of the course you are required to complete and submit a Statutory Declaration including specified identification documents. These documents must both be signed by a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations within Australia. Once we have received your documents, one of our trainers may phone you to undertake a validation check – please be available within the 24 hours after submitting your documents to take this phone call. Once the validation check is successfully completed (if applicable) you are then marked competent and will be immediately issued with a Statement of Attainment via email. You will be issued with your physical White Card via post, which is valid Australia-wide. Many of our students require their White Card urgently and provide the Statement of Attainment to their employers as proof of completion, while their card is posted to them in the mail. We can also provide you with your individual White Card number if needed prior to mailing – just let us know! There are no hidden fees – our price includes postage and handling. You have three (3) months to complete the course from date of purchase. Language, Literacy and Numeracy Quiz After completing the White Card enrolment process, you will be required to complete a short 10 question Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) quiz to assist us in determining if we need to provide you with any additional assistance in completing your training. The quiz requires a pass rate of 90% and is a combination of multiple choice and written questions. You must pass this quiz, as a condition of beginning your accredited online training. If these adjustments are not suitable to your needs, we will refer you to a more appropriate provider and provide a full refund. As our training is delivered online you will be required to have the skills to undertake training in this learning environment and as such reading has more emphasis. If you need any further information we’re available via email on firstname.lastname@example.org Replacement Cards Replacement cards are available at a cost of $35 – which includes normal postage. We require a copy of your original Statement of Attainment, from the issuing Registered Training Organisation (RTO), together with a Statutory Declaration, signed by a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations. To arrange your replacement card, please contact us via telephone +61 7 3114 2958 or via email Not sure if you need a White Card? Please refer to our guide below which outlines who is required to hold a White Card. Labourers, tradies, concreters, electricians, form workers, steel fixers, builders etc. New workers in construction industry All construction workers, supervisors and managers Anyone operating machinery on a construction site Anyone who will do housing or construction work in the near future Anyone who previously had a White Card, but has not worked in the construction industry for 2 years White Card – General Information Click here. The RTO provider is etrainu. Course provider number #31345
Silica Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments
$19.95Course Description MARCOM's interactive course on Silica Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments explains the hazards that are associated with silica dust, reviews the OSHA standards for industry and construction, and shows employees what they can do to protect themselves from silica dust on the job. Topics covered in the course include the hazards of respirable crystalline silica; OSHA’s Silica Safety Standards; exposure to silica dust in the workplace; a silica dust exposure control plan; control systems, safe work practices and PPE; medical surveillance and recordkeeping; and more. Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this course provides the most cost-effective safety and regulatory compliance training available today. The course is divided into a number of logical sections so information is easily understood and retained. Course Duration 45 minutes
Bluebeam: Managing Construction Drawings Digitally
Released 9/9/2016 Construction drawings can come in many shapes, sizes, and formats, but the industry is moving toward a paperless environment. To keep up, you need to take your entire document management process digital. Bluebeam Revu is a great choice, offering a central location to create, edit, and store digital drawings, and sharing and collaboration features that ensure changes and comments are always tracked and saved. It's software designed for AEC professionals, by AEC professionals. This course will make sure you get the most out of Bluebeam's advanced organization, markup, and navigation features, so you can easily manage and share documents within construction teams. Topics include: Naming documents and pages Adding layers for markup Splitting pages into separate files Comparing revised drawings Sharing drawings with the project team Adding hyperlinks Building a project navigation menu
Designing a Typographic Constructivist Poster
Released 4/8/2014 Constructivists believed art should play a role in a better future for us all—that even typography could inspire action, reaction, and social progress. The Constructivist style was resurrected in the 1980s and is still popular, striking, and fairly easy to imitate today. In this Type Project, Nigel invokes the style and the spirit of the Constructivist movement in an evocative poster design. He shows how to choose historically appropriate typefaces (square, solid, and sans serif) and use Illustrator's tools to align, space, and rotate your type. Plus, learn how to use a simple illustration to enhance the underlying message and add texture to your design. Want more inspiration? Check out the Pinterest Board for this course, and visit Nigel's author page to view more installments in the Type Project series.
Revit: Construction Modeling Tools
Released 3/11/2014 If your job requires working on Revit models created by someone else, then you have probably run into situations where portions of the model need to be reworked. Perhaps you're a subcontractor or an interior designer who needs to accurately convey finishes. Traditionally tasks like these would require a good deal of time, but with the three unique construction modeling tools in Revit, you can now add the details and refinements you need without rebuilding the entire model. Paul F. Aubin shows how model elements can be broken down into parts and articulated with their own finishes, materials, and other details. To assist in documentation, Paul explores assemblies: detailed drawings of isolated portions of the model. And with the Displace feature he shows how to create compelling "exploded view" illustrations to convey how things fit together. Topics include: Creating and removing parts Dividing parts Adding and merging parts Creating parts from linked files Creating assemblies, assembly views, and assembly sheets Creating and editing displacements sets Controlling displacement views
Certified Welding Inspector "CWI" Requirements
A$35At the end of the course, you will understand the requirements it takes to become a certified welding inspector (CWI). We’ll outline and discuss; visual acuity test, minimum education and work experience required to take the CWI exam, passport style color photo, how to complete the application form, exam locations, exam site instructions, minimum scores required on the three test to pass, prices and QC1-2007 for retesting. You will learn which standards and codes the test can be taken on, which involves the fundamental principles of the welding operation and process (SMAW, SAW, OFW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW etc…), basic properties of welds and base metals, testing methods and interpretation of drawings and specifications. The purpose of this course is to assist you in understanding the minimum education and work experience needed to become a CWI. If these requirements are met, you can further pursue a career as a certified welding inspector (CWI) which will involve all levels of inspection to ensure the weld meet all of the applicable standards, knowing that the safety of the public depends on you. What am I going to get from this course? At the end of my course, you will understand the requirements needed to become a certified welding inspector (CWI) and added bonus features What is the target audience? If you want to get into the world of inspection, you should take this course. What are the requirements? This course is setup to let you know the requirements to become a certified welding inspector (CWI)
Know the Code: Workplace Safety
Contractor safety management
A$60In this course, we investigate Health and Safety Policy responsibilities relating specifically to contractors. This will include practical applications to contractor work, hazardous works, the use of hazardous substances in the workplace and the systems in place to manage contractor safety.
Work Health and Safety
A$60Work Health and Safety (WHS) refers to the legislation, policies, procedures and activities that aim to protect the health, safety and welfare of all people at the workplace. WHS recognises that persons conducting a business or undertaking and their officers have a responsibility to protect workers and other persons by implementing and monitoring WHS policies, procedures and programs. This course will guide you through WHS requirements, and the policies and procedures that will help protect you from incidents and injury in the workplace.
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