Given the complexity of this qualification there are several units that could be defined as “trying” for most Learners. Different people do find different Units challenging but there does seem to be a consensus that BSBWHS516 Contribute to developing, implementing and maintaining an organisations WHS...

When we considered the entry level requirements to this qualification that are dictated by the Federal Government (the 5 core units of the Certificate IV) we concluded there are 3 distinctly different cohort groups: Those that already held a high level of WHS knowledge and understanding...

When we designed our course we assumed a cohort with zero base knowledge thus we concluded it would be too arduous a journey to have someone undertake a Full delivery of the course. We know any course splits into 2 activities: The things you have to...

This is a good question given the substantial step up in the scope and range of this qualification over the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Bearing in mind generally speaking, a Certificate IV is ideal for when you are doing something and...

As part of our commitment to Work Health and Safety we find ourselves having to read statistics on deaths at work, this is not a subject we enjoy but it is something we need to understand in order that we can play our role in...

HBA Learning Centres offer qualifications in Training & Assessment, Work Health & Safety, Quality Auditing and Early Childhood Education and Care At HBA we strive to provide high quality training and provide the best possible learning experience for our Learners. We pride ourselves on the ability...