Course Details - Work Health & Safety (Plympton International College)

The information on this page has now been updated and confirmed for 2019. However, it is still possible that there may be some changes to this information prior to the commencement of the course.



Course TitleWork Health & Safety
RegionWestern Adelaide Secondary Schools Network
Host OrganisationPlympton International College
Course Length2 semesters (1 year)
DescriptionOrganisations are always looking for talented people, either to have them join the organisation or to learn from them. Thanks to the work experiences of the past and the lessons learned, governments, industries, organisations and individuals in Australia have adopted the basic premise that a worker should have the right to return home after leaving the workplace in the same condition they were when they arrived. In other words, to remain safe from potential workplace hazards, risks and unhealthy environments. The qualification requirements for this course have been aligned to match as close as possible the work activities, expectations and requirements of a typical organisation. To do this, we have created a fictional company called CEG Resources. It has a management structure with several divisions operating both in support of other departments and servicing outside clients. As learners begin this course, they become an integral part of a workplace incident that occurs within our fictional company. As the training unfolds, learners are exposed to knowledge and skills they must apply in order to work through events that would typically occur in such a situation. Although this course is online, learners are required to interact with their trainer, other learners and persons linked to the course. This course does not simply require participants to read some learning materials, watch a few videos and answers some questions to pass. This course embeds learners into the incident and they must act accordingly to minimise further risk. They must also take an active part in ensuring such a situation is investigated thoroughly to prevent a reoccurrence. We hope participants will value the unique opportunity of learning with us in this manner. We believe this experience will give them a firm foundation in safety from which to begin and develop an exciting career in their chosen field as one of the talented people on the frontline of industry.
PathwaysThis qualification is suitable for skilled operators who take on Work Health and Safety (WHS) responsibilities in addition to their main duties. They may provide technical advice and support to a team and apply a range of competencies in varied work contexts.
PrerequisitesThere are no specific academic entry requirements for this qualification.
Special RequirementsApplicants for the Certificate III in Work Health and Safety are expected to: • Be able to use a personal computer, including basic word processing, spreadsheet, email programs and internet search engines • Have a demonstrated capacity in learning, reading, writing, oracy and numeracy competencies to Level 3 of the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF). See Australian Core Skills Framework. The above requirements could be demonstrated by applicants in a variety of ways such as: Having completed secondary school to year 11; Successful employment in a position that required use of computers in an office situation; Verified references from an employer indicating that the applicant has demonstrated the above requirements in their workplace.
Delivery Location(s)Plympton International College, 21A Errington Street, Plympton, SA, 5038
Errington Street, Plympton
Dates and Times36 weekly sessions at Plympton International College on Wednesdays from 09:00 until 15:05
Commencement date 06/02/19
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 2, 40 SACE credits
QualificationCertificate III in Work Health and Safety (National code BSB30715)
RTOCEG - Training Partnerships (National Code 40138)
Competencies
CompulsoryBSBWHS302Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace   (20 nominal hours)
 BSBWHS303Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control   (50 nominal hours)
 BSBSUS401Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices   (40 nominal hours)
 BSBWHS304Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes   (30 nominal hours)
 BSBWHS305Contribute to WHS issue resolution   (30 nominal hours)
 BSBCMM201Communicate in the workplace   (40 nominal hours)
 BSBDIV301Work effectively with diversity   (30 nominal hours)
 PUAWER001BIdentify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations   (2 nominal hours)
 BSBWHS406Assist with responding to incidents   (40 nominal hours)
 PUAWER004BRespond to workplace emergencies   (2 nominal hours)
Student Cost$166.00
$100 Regional Fee, polo shirt $48, name badge $18.
Home School Cost$1,300.00
Cost NotesSome costings will be subject to change.
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   15
Contact PersonMr Lee Copeland
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