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White Card Course Perth

White Card Course Perth CBD

  • White Card Course in Perth CBD, Western Australia
  • 6-hour nationally recognized CPCWHS1001 course
  • Designed to ensure safety in the construction industry (includes working at heights)
  • Same day certification for just $125
  • CRICOS approved (CRICOS no. 03884A)
  • Registered training organization (RTO no. 45654)
Nationally Recognised Training

Address / Parking / Accessibility

Address: 195 / 196 Adelaide Terrace Perth, Western Australia 6004

Enroll in the White Card course Perth in Western Australia, located near Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth within close proximity (5-minute walk) to Wilson parking station

For guidance on reaching our venue via public transportation, you can utilize Transperth to plan your journey if you are traveling by bus, train, or tram.

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Requirements & Structure of White Card Course

Want to learn how to stay safe and sound on the job? Look no further than the CPCWHS1001. Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry course. A white card is a mandatory requirement for individuals seeking employment in the construction industry in Western Australia.

You will learn about occupational health and safety, along with learning how to work safely in the construction industry, during your induction training. On construction sites, you’ll learn how to identify potential hazards, evaluate the risks, and report any health and safety issues. Additionally, you’ll learn the right steps to take in an emergency.

With a workforce representation of 4.4% but 10% of worker deaths, according to Safe Work Australia, the construction industry is one of the most dangerous in Australia.

The successful completion of a White Card course is a requirement to work in the construction business in Australia since it imparts essential knowledge and skills relating to occupational health and safety (OHS) at construction sites.

White Card WA

A White Card certification can help prevent accidents and injuries that cause workers and their families to incur considerable financial and emotional losses in addition to fulfilling the legal requirement. By providing a foundation in OHS principles, the course can allow a safer and more effective working environment in the construction industry.

These topics are covered during construction induction training:

  • Workplace health and safety regulations
  • How to identify hazards and risks on construction sites
  • Health and safety reporting processes
  • OHS incident and emergency response procedures

You’ll get your white card the same day you complete our construction induction training course successfully!

Our Trainers

Our team of highly skilled and experienced instructors at Skills Training College is committed to giving our students high-quality instruction. Our instructors provide training for various courses and are qualified and certified specialists in their industries.

Our instructors are knowledgeable about the most recent industry norms and rules pertaining to the White Card course. They are dedicated to ensuring that our students receive the best instructions possible and have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the construction business. You will be well-prepared for scenarios in the real world thanks to our practical and hands-on training.

To accommodate your schedule, we provide flexible training alternatives. You can select the day and time that works best for you because our classes are offered during the week, on weekends, and in the evenings. We also offer online training choices for individuals who prefer to learn at their own pace and convenience.

Our courses are reasonably priced and offer excellent value. We provide affordable prices without sacrificing the standard of our training because we understand rising living costs and the burdens that come with it. 

Our instructors at Skills Training College are leaders in their fields and dedicated to giving our students high-quality training. You can be sure that by choosing to complete your white card WA Perth training with us, you will obtain the skills and information required to work safely on construction sites, at a reasonable cost, and in a flexible manner.

Construction Industry

For more information on white card requirements, visit the Construction Induction page or call (08) 8317 5113 to speak to one of our friendly staff. 

Entry Requirements:

You must be 18 years of age or older to qualify for white card training for employment in the construction business. To enrol in this course, no academic background is necessary. All students will require a USI Number before enrolling. To create your Free USI number visit

Prior to Attendance:

Before attending the white card training, participants are required to successfully complete the pre-training reading and a quiz.

Course Assessment contains:

Each participant in your white card course is required to complete a written evaluation, an oral presentation, and a number of practical demonstrations on the day of the course. Don’t worry if you’re new to the construction industry; we will teach you all you need to know about how to operate safely on a construction site!

Course Requirements:

  • Photo identification
  • Permit a photo of the day of the head, neck, and shoulders
  • Ability to recognise and locate numbers and other symbols regularly used in safety signs on a construction site
  • Effectively communicate by clarifying instructions, asking important questions and 
  • pointing out a construction problem or hazard
  • Be able to follow and read instructions in both written and pictorial form
  • Understand basic English

Please contact our office for assistance or additional numeracy and/or literacy support.

International Students:

Must meet the minimum language skills requirements as outlined in Migration (IMMI 18/015: English Language Tests and Evidence Exemptions for Subclass 500 (Student) Visa) Instrument 2018

English Language Tests and Evidence Exemptions