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Site Senior Executive WHS Risk Management

BSBWHS411, BSBWHS414, BSBWHS513 - Level 5 WHS

Duration
2 OR 3 Days
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Delivery Mode
Accredited

Site Senior Executive WHS Risk Management Training imparts essential expertise in WHS (Work Health and Safety) and risk management. It equips aspiring SSEs in the mining sector of Western Australia with the necessary skills, knowledge, and nationally recognised Units of Competency.

The program covers three Units of Competency, in line with the requirements outlined in Schedule 26 of the WHS (Mines) Regulations (WA) 2022, as mandated by WorkSafe

In addition to completing these Units of Competency, successful participants are also required to pass an examination. This examination is administered by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS). For more information about this examination, please refer to the official DMIRS website.

Students will attain the practical application and knowledge required to become a Statutory Supervisor, including:

  • Provide information to work team about WHS policies and procedures
  • Implement and monitor work team consultative arrangements for managing WHS
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures for providing WHS training to work team
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards, and assessing and controlling risks
  • Implement and monitor organisational procedures for maintaining WHS records
  • Access information and data used to identify hazards, and to assess and control risks
  • Contribute to identifying risk management requirements and compliance
  • Contribute to workplace hazard identification
  • Contribute to WHS risk assessment
  • Contribute to developing and implementing risk controls
  • Contribute to evaluating effectiveness of risk controls
  • Facilitating the identification of hazards and potential hazards
  • Leading the assessment of associated risks
  • Selecting and implementing suitable risk controls
  • Evaluating the overall effectiveness of the organisational WHS risk management process.

The target audience for the Grader course are individuals who are:

  1. New Entrants: People looking to begin a career in the construction industry, particularly in high risk.

RIIMPO324F – Conduct civil construction grader operations is designed to cater to a diverse range of individuals interested in developing grader skills and pursuing a career in the construction industry.

  1. Comprehensive Skill Development: Acquire essential carpentry skills, including building frameworks, formwork, joinery, and finishing techniques.
  2. Industry-Recognized Qualification: Earn a nationally recognized certificate, opening doors to a variety of career opportunities in the construction sector.
  3. Practical Training: Gain hands-on experience through on-the-job training with registered employers, ensuring real-world competency.
  4. Employment Prospects: Improve job prospects with a strong foundation in carpentry skills, making you a valuable asset to potential employers.
  5. Versatile Career Paths: Pursue diverse roles within the construction industry, such as Carpenter, Joiner, Site Supervisor, or Renovation Specialist.
  6. Future Growth Opportunities: Use the Certificate III in Carpentry as a stepping stone to further education or advanced roles in construction management or building inspection.
  7. Industry Knowledge: Learn about building codes, regulations, and best practices, ensuring your work meets industry standards.
  8. Workplace Safety: Develop a solid understanding of safe work practices and occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements in construction.
  9. Enhanced Communication Skills: Improve teamwork and communication abilities, essential for success in the construction environment.
  10. Entrepreneurial Potential: Build the skills and confidence to start your own carpentry or contracting business.

By studying the CPC30220 – Certificate III in Carpentry, students can benefit from comprehensive training, diverse career opportunities, and the potential for personal and professional growth in the construction industry.

The learning outcomes for the CPC30220 – Certificate III in Carpentry include:

  • Carpentry Techniques: Master essential carpentry skills for constructing, installing, and repairing building frameworks, structures, and fixtures.
  • Tools and Equipment: Learn to safely and effectively use carpentry tools, equipment, and materials in various construction tasks.
  • Building Codes and Regulations: Understand and apply building codes, regulations, and industry best practices in carpentry projects.
  • Construction Plans: Develop the ability to read and interpret construction plans, blueprints, and specifications for accurate project execution.
  • Formwork and Falsework: Gain expertise in creating and dismantling formwork and falsework for concrete structures.
  • Joinery and Cabinetry: Acquire specialized skills in crafting intricate wooden elements, such as doors, window frames, staircases, and cabinetry.
  • Finishing Techniques: Learn interior and exterior finishing techniques, including trim, molding, and baseboard installation.
  • Workplace Safety: Enhance knowledge of occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements and safe work practices in the construction environment.
  • Communication and Teamwork: Improve communication and teamwork skills, essential for effective collaboration on construction projects.
  • Problem Solving: Develop critical thinking and problem-solving abilities for handling challenges and making decisions in real-life carpentry situations.

Unit CodeUnit Name
HLTAID011 Provide First Aid
HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

  1. Ability to read, write and understand English in professional working efficiency
  2. Present photo I.D. on arrival
  3. Wear normal work clothing and enclosed footwear

Language, Literacy, and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment: An Essential Component of the Enrolment Process

At our training organisation, we recognise the importance of language, literacy, and numeracy skills in successfully completing the CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. To ensure that all students possess the required competencies, we have integrated an LLN assessment as part of our enrolment process.

Upon submission of your enrolment application, you will be prompted to complete our online LLN assessment. This assessment is designed to evaluate your reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication, and learning skills, which are critical for your success in the course and your future career in early childhood education.

The LLN assessment consists of a series of questions and activities that gauge your ability to comprehend and respond to various forms of information. The assessment is not a pass or fail test, but rather a tool that helps us identify your current skill levels and determine any potential support needs.

Based on the results of the LLN assessment, our dedicated team will work with you to develop a tailored support plan, addressing any identified gaps in language, literacy, or numeracy skills. This may include additional learning resources, one-on-one support sessions, or referrals to external support services, ensuring that you have the necessary foundation to achieve your educational goals.

By conducting an LLN assessment as part of our enrolment process, we strive to create an inclusive learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of our students, setting them up for success in their studies and beyond.

Our Online Services Standards document serves as a comprehensive reference for students seeking information about studying online at our training organisation. This valuable resource covers everything you need to know to ensure a successful and engaging online learning experience. By accessing the Online Services Standards here, you’ll find detailed information on our e-learning platform, course delivery methods, technical requirements, student support services, and more. This essential guide is designed to help you navigate the online learning environment with ease and confidence, ensuring that you have all the tools and resources necessary to achieve your educational goals while studying with our training organisation.

  • Theory Component
  • Practical Component

On successful completion of this course, students will be issued with a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit below along with a physical copy of the WA WHS Act and mining regulations certificate:

The Unique Student Identifier (USI) must be supplied and verified prior to issuance.

At our training organisation, we understand the value of your prior learning and are committed to recognising your achievements through our Credit Transfer process. If you have previously completed any relevant units or qualifications in the early childhood education sector, you may be eligible for credit towards the CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. To apply for a Credit Transfer, simply provide us with certified copies of your transcripts or Statements of Attainment from a recognised training provider via our online enrolment process. Our dedicated team will assess your application, determine the equivalence of your completed units, and grant appropriate credit towards your course. By acknowledging your prior learning, we aim to streamline your educational journey and support your continued growth in the early childhood education sector.

At our training organisation, we value your previous experience and skills and offer a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process to acknowledge your accomplishments. If you possess relevant skills, knowledge, or experience gained through work, volunteering, or informal training in the early childhood education sector, you may be eligible for RPL towards the CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. To apply for RPL, you will need to provide evidence of your competencies, which may include work samples, references, or documentation of your achievements. Our dedicated team will assess your application, evaluate your prior learning against the course requirements, and grant appropriate recognition towards your qualification. By honouring your prior learning, we strive to make your educational journey more efficient and support your ongoing development in the early childhood education field.

  • Students will be provided with morning tea and refreshments for all courses run at Saferight.
  • Saferight has kitchen facilities for people who wish to bring their own lunch or alternatively, there are cafes and lunch bars within close proximity.

Please refer to our Refund/Cancellation Policy

Group bookings/Onsite training is available at your site or ours. Please email bookings@saferight.com.au for pricing and site requirements.

This course is available for delivery over:

  • 2 Days (8 AM – 5 PM)
  • 3 Days (7.30 AM – 3.30 PM)

Please choose the course duration that best fits your preferences and availability from the enrolment table.

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