White Card Tasmania

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Are you looking for White Card Training in Tasmania?

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Do you know you can do it online?

Looking for a career in Tasmania in the construction industry? Then make sure you have completed your construction induction training (also known as ‘White Card’).

This is a legal requirement in Australia for all workers to have completed the training. You can complete this today with our online course and takes less than 4 hours to complete!

Please visit our course page to find out more or Contact Us.

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Who in TAS needs a White Card?

This is relevant for all people involved in construction work, including:

  • Those with control of construction projects (e.g. principal contractors, project managers, main contractors, builders, employers, self-employed persons)
  • Those with control of construction work (e.g. employers, self-employed persons, principal contractors, main contractors, sub-contractors)
  • Those carrying

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How can I get one?

You will receive a White Card after successfully completing training course and assessment with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) who is accredited to deliver the course. Fluro is an RTO, accredited to deliver the White Card Training course online.

To get started, please visit our course page or Contact Us to find out more.

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Online Training

Fluro’s White Card course is run online, which means that you can commence the course from anywhere you can get an Internet connection.

  • You can stop and start the course whenever you like
  • Complete it at a time that suits you
  • Move through the course at your own pace

iconInterstate recognition of General Safety Induction cards in Tasmania

Mutual recognition arrangements enhance the capacity of construction workers to move across state/territory boundaries without the requirement to undertake construction induction training in each jurisdiction.

All White Cards that have been issued after successful completion of the national training unit CPCCWHS1001, will be recognised in Tasmania as evidence of meeting requirements for general induction training for construction work under the Tasmanian Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work.

A person holding a current and valid general construction induction card from another jurisdiction will not need to undertake general induction training for construction work in Tasmania and will not need to obtain a Tasmanian white card. Workplace Standards Tasmania will deem these cards as equivalent to the Tasmanian construction induction scheme and accept them as proof of general induction in Tasmania as per the Tasmanian Code.

After completing the Fluro White Card course and assessment, learners are given a White Card from WA, which is mutually recognised in Tasmania.

Refer to WorkSafe Tasmania for further information or Contact Us for information.

iconIs my White Card valid forever?

Once the course has successfully been completed there is no mandatory requirement to repeat the training unless;

  • You have left the industry for more than two years
  • Your employer requires a repeat induction training, as part of their safety and health management processes.

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