Want to give your business the edge for 2019? Want to do it at no cost to your business?
Queensland tradies have a limited opportunity to get WHS training, funded by their building and construction industry body, Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ).
Being qualified in WHS not only keeps workers safer on site, but gives your business the competitive advantage when tendering for work.
With a WHS qualification you’ll run a safer site because you will:
- Be able to identify potential hazards and know what to do about them
- Understand your legal responsibilities (Not knowing your WHS legal obligations in regards to safety on your work site is not a defence if something goes wrong and you get prosecuted.)
Contracting companies prefer subcontractors with high safety standards, so having your workers add WHS their skill set is a valuable business asset.
There some simple eligibility criteria you’ll need to meet and we handle all the logistics of the funding application with CSQ.
With only 20 places remaining, you need to take action now to secure your subsidised place in the BSB41415 Certificate IV in WHS at no cost to you. Our 5-day courses run in Brisbane, Cairns, Ravenshoe, Rockhampton and Townsville.
Do you already have a Certificate in WHS qualification? CSQ will heavily subsidise your training to advance yourself to a BSB51315 Diploma of WHS.
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