Mental Health Awareness


For a limited time, AVELING is proud to offer our online Mental Health Awareness course FREE of charge. As part of our corporate responsibility we offer one of our online courses free at all times. We hope that the information provided in this program will make a difference to those who are finding this time challenging or uncertain.

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RSA & MLP Bundled Online Training

Just $184 (GST free)


Take advantage of AVELING’s Management of Licensed Premises (MLP) 1 and Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) bundle now, to meet the mandatory training requirements for unrestricted approved managers and licensees in WA.

These courses assist you in meeting the requirements under the Liquor Control Act 1988 as mandated by the WA Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. See the course webpages or the Department’s website for more information.

Note: bundled discount requires upfront payment.

Enrol Now in the RSA/MLP Bundle

Arc Flash Awareness & Electrical Safety Awareness

Both courses only $150 (incl GST)

Overview – Arc Flash Awareness

AVELING’s Arc Flash Awareness course will teach you in detail about the dangers associated with arc flashes, how to manage arc flash risks, as well as the procedures to follow to protect you from injury.

Overview – Electrical Safety Awareness

Electricity is an unseen and in most cases unheard danger, and electrical shock injuries can be substantial, or even fatal.

AVELING’s Electrical Safety Awareness course looks at electricity basics and the dangerous effects it can have on the human body; the sources of electrical hazards; the different ways you can manage electrical hazards to keep you safe; and, inspecting and testing requirements for electrical equipment, as well as first aid requirements.

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Chain of Responsibility Awareness, Dangerous Goods for Road & Transport Load Restraint Awareness

All three for just $200!

Overview – Chain of Responsibility Awareness

Do you use road transport for any part of your business? Or are you someone who deals with or has influence over people in the transport supply chain?

If so, you need to know about Chain of Responsibility legislation. The laws are designed to make people responsible if their actions, inactions or demands contribute to a road safety breach.

By doing this course, you will learn what responsibilities you have to road safety and how you can avoid causing or contributing to a breach and being held responsible under Chain of Responsibility.

Overview – Dangerous Goods for Road Transport

Every day, our roads are used to transport a wide variety of goods to various destinations around Australia. A lot of the time, the goods being transported are harmless. Sometimes, however, the goods are dangerous. And when they are, extra care needs to be taken to ensure the person transporting the goods, as well as members of the public, are all kept safe and out of harm’s way.

In this course, you’ll look at the different types of dangerous goods and how they are classified under the Transport of Goods Code, as well as the requirements when transporting dangerous goods by road.

Overview – Load Restraint Awareness for Road Transport

The Load Restraint Awareness for Road Transport course provides crucial safety awareness knowledge to those involved with the loading, unloading, transportation and movement of cargo and freight by road.

Participants will gain an understanding of the main options for restraining loads, ways of calculating how much restraint is required and the safety considerations surrounding load restraint. The knowledge will assist in ensuring loads do not shift or fall off while being transported by road.

Take advantage of this great offer by enrolling now!