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WHS Fast Paced Course Launch

June 11, 2018

AIWT is excited to launch our Work Health & Safety FAST-PACED Courses for July 2018!

In these 5-days intensive workshops, students will gain a complete overview of the course and the requirements of its 10 units. Our industry qualified trainers will deliver 2 units per day, going through the contents of each unit and reviewing all assessment requirements. After attending our workshops, students will then have 12 months to complete the necessary course materials to gain competency.

Students will be fully supported during these 12 months by our trainers. For students who would like a face-to-face brush up on a unit, you are always welcome to attend our monthly workshops without any extra charges. Or if you have a specific question, feel free to contact our trainers via email or phone.

All learning materials and resources will be made available to you on our MOODLE learning platform. This learning system guides students through the content and assessments of each unit.

From our Head of Department, Michael Holmes:

“The benefit of this format is that it allows employers to have staff trained with as little disruption and down time to business as possible. It puts students in front of an experienced industry trainer and supports them towards course completion.”

There is increasing pressure in legislation for organisations to meet Work Health & Safety Regulations. This is a great opportunity to get your business WHS compliant for 2018-19.

COURSE FEES: $1,850.00 per qualification
(Group Discounts are available on request)

WHS COURSE: BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
DATES: 2-6 July 2018 & 17-21 December 2018
WHS COURSE: BSB51315 Diploma of Work Health and Safety
DATES: 9-13 July 2018
LOCATION: NORTH CAMPUS – U2/19 Kent Way MALAGA

REGISTER NOW:
futurestudents@aiwt.edu.au
or call now on 08 9249 9688

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
WHS PROMO: https://www.facebook.com/aiwt.training/videos/1661467323909445/
SEARCH: WHS Courses @ www.aiwt.edu.au

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