Workplace Dimensions is a proud recipient of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding, and is offering eligible participants funded places in our highly rated BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
CSQ funding supports employers, workers, apprentices and career seekers in the building and construction industry.
Subsidised WHS training is available to anyone ‘on the tools’, including relevant clerical, administration or professional roles within the Queensland building and construction industry who meet the eligibility criteria.
We are delivering programs in Brisbane, Cairns, Rockhampton, Ravenshoe and Townsville.
“Even if you’ve worked in the industry for years, ongoing training is important. In this Certificate course, participants learn not only how to keep themselves and their mates safe on site, but also how to set up WHS systems, assist responding to incidents on site if they do happen, comply with WHS laws, and how to create a workplace where everyone feels they can speak up to make the workplace a safer place”, says Paula Tabone from Workplace Dimensions.
“Some tradies may not have been in a classroom for years. They can relax, our facilitators are from the real world of industry,” says Paula.
“Eligibility is pretty straight forward,” says Ms Tabone, “It covers Queensland tradies, admin and professional industry staff. Tradies need to be working on the tools for 50% of their time, have worked for at least 1 month in the building and construction industry and be an Australian or NZ citizen or hold a permanent resident visa. If you’ve been unemployed for up to 6 months, you could still be eligible.”
Participants will need to pay a refundable deposit.
“If your company has 10 or more people who are eligible for the funding, we’ll come out and train you on your site,” says Ms Tabone.
Public programs are available in Brisbane, Cairns, Rockhampton, Ravenshoe and Townsville.
You could be eligible for subsidised WHS training in QLD.
Workplace Dimensions is a proud recipient of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding, and is offering eligible participants funded places in our highly-rated BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
You can join a public program or, subject to minimum numbers, we can train anywhere in Australia.
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