Are you passionate about a career in workplace safety? View our courses below.
Learn to identify, interpret and apply WHS legislation, identify workplace hazards, assess risks, suggest controls and monitor effectiveness.
Developed to allow learners who hold the BSB41412/BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety obtain the latest qualification, the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
You’ll learn the fundamental skills to effectively design core elements of a Work Health and Safety Management System.
Developed to allow learners who hold the BSB51312/BSB51315 Diploma of Work Health and Safety obtain the latest qualification, the BSB51319 Diploma Work Health and Safety.
A safe workplace is a productive workplace. Our Work Health and Safety courses result in a qualification that will assist in obtaining and retaining a safe workplace.
Designed to be flexible, the nationally recognized qualifications are designed to instill a culture of safe work practice into the workplace.
Nationally recognised qualifications
Course content created by industry experts
High quality training and support
Flexible learning environments
Excellent student and Google reviews
Jason, a past HBA learner, completed the WHS qualifications with a view to improve he’s Work Health and Safety knowledge. He recognised he had limited WHS knowledge prior to the course, “to put simply, zero [knowledge]”.
Jason chose to complete the qualifications after he witnessed an unsafe workplace practice, “I saw… it and acted on it”, he stated. Jason decided he needed to make sure what he saw didn’t happen again.
Jason stated, “By gaining the knowledge in WHS, gaining the qualifications in WHS and believing in a workers right to arrive at work safe and go home the same way, it has provided the portal to work with people and in workplace safety, [a] win/win.”
A safe workplace is a cornerstone of any successful business. A WHS course will help you learn how to identify, interpret and apply Workplace Health and Safety legislation, understand the obligations of employees and employers, access professional resources and experts, identify hazards, assess risks, suggest controls and monitor effectiveness, and develop leadership and your team’s innovation skills. At a higher level you will learn how to develop, implement and manage a WHSMS.