April 15, 2020
In a workplace, we need to take the employees’ health and safety seriously. Based on Safe Work Australia’s Work-related injury fatalities – Key WHS statistics Australia 2018 report, there has been 62 workers killed in New South Wales, 45 in Queensland, 36 in Victoria, 14 in South Australia and 20 in Western Australia. With these alarming statistics, it is important to have safe work practices in our organisation to prevent injuries and deaths in the workplace.
We can all do our part by gaining knowledge in Work Health and Safety. Enrol in AIWT’s Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety course. This qualification is designed to give you the skills and knowledge to provide WHS advice and assist with improving safety in the workplace. This course covers a broad range of health and safety responsibilities in the workplace including identifying hazards, assessing WHS risks, implementing strategies to control WHS risks and assist with effective WHS management.
Your career prospects may include Work Health and Safety Representative, Work Health and Safety Manager, Work Health and Safety Officer, Supervisor or Manager with responsibility for Work Health and Safety.
Entry requirement for Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety course is completion of Year 11 or equivalent. Our Work Health and Safety courses are delivered 2 days per week class contact and online resources for international students and, we also offer flexi-learn option for our domestic students.
Once you complete your Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, you can progress on to study the Diploma of Work Health and Safety course. Complete your Work Health and Safety training today by gaining a nationally recognised qualification in Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety today!Back to News