AVELING offers a flexible solution to obtain your BSB30715 Certificate III in Work Health and Safety qualification. Use your Safety and Health Representative training to complete the full qualification.
The qualification consists of five days face-to-face training, knowledge questions, third-party reports and workplace assessments.
Learning and assessment activities involve specific work tasks relevant to the particular workplace. These activities provide a benefit to both the employee and the employer. Participants are able to apply the knowledge as they learn by focusing on practical work examples.
The Units of Competency for the BSB30715 Certificate III in Work Health and Safety are:
- BSBWHS302 Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace;
- BSBWHS303 Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control;
- BSBWHS304 Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes;
- BSBWHS305 Contribute to WHS issue resolution;
- PUAWER001B Identify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations;
- BSBWHS406 Assist with responding to incidents;
- BSBINN201 Contribute to workplace innovation;
- BSBCMM201 Communicate in the workplace;
- CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards; and,
- BSBWRT301 Write simple documents.
There are no restrictions on entry to this qualification, however, participants are required to have sufficient numeracy and literacy skills to read and comprehend instruction for:
- Researching, referencing and understanding legislation, standards and codes of practice;
- Consulting with workers and employers on safety issues; and,
- Writing simple documents.
The qualification is delivered over five days and comprises of 10 Units of Competency. Participants need to complete all 10 Units of Competency to obtain the qualification.
A certificate of participation will be issued after successfully:
Attending the five day Safety and Health Representative (Introductory) course and successfully completing all in-class assessments.
A certificate of qualification will be issued after:
Submitting the following documents for assessment and being deemed competent against:
- In-Class Activity Workbook (completed in-class);
- End of Course Knowledge Questions (completed in-class);
- Workplace Assessments Tasks (completed in the workplace);
- Observer Reports (completed in the workplace); and,
- Answer a series of knowledge questions (completed in the workplace).
The majority of the in-class tasks are facilitator led, however candidates with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a supervisor position in industry could bypass the classroom training.
Depending on the learners circumstances, an “assessment-only” pathway may be a viable option. The Learner will need to complete the in-class activities, end of course knowledge questions and workplace assignments associated with the Units of Competency. They must complete the assessment tasks and produce evidence that their submission meets the rules of evidence and assessment.
$1590 (GST free)
This is a flexible option for people interested in taking on Work Health and Safety (WHS) duties in the workplace or anyone interested in an entry point into a career in safety.
A certificate of qualification will be issued after being deemed competent having successfully:
1. Attended the course and completed all in-class assessments.
2. Completed all the relevant workplace assessments.
Workplace assessments must be submitted within 12 months of course completion.