courses to get excited about
There is an unprecedented abundance of opportunity in the North Coast region currently. Here at the College we are encouraging the local community to take hold of the moment.
These courses target workplace skills, compliance and professional development needs. There has never been a better time to skill up for work.
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Courses currently available:
TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (TC) & IMPLEMENT TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS (ITCP) CARDS
Control traffic with a stop/slow bat – RIIWHS205D. Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures – RIIWHS201D. Communicate in the workplace – RIICOM201D. Implement traffic management plan – RIIWHS302D.
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION INDUCTION CERTIFICATE (WHITE CARD)
Accredited by SafeWork NSW, this general induction training covers persons entering the construction industry or those seeking registration as an owner builder.
RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL
This is mandatory training for people wanting to work with alcohol in the hospitality industry (where alcohol is either served or sold). It is also applicable to security staff who monitor patron behaviour and to the licensee who is ultimately responsible for Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) management.
RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF GAMBLING
This mandatory six hour, accredited program approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW aims to encourage a responsible, caring and professional approach to gambling and is for everyone working in gaming venues of licenced premises in NSW.
ENTER AND WORK IN CONFINED SPACES
Confined spaces are potentially high risk workplaces, because their atmosphere can change quickly and without notice. Confined spaces may include tanks, silos, manholes, pump stations, dry wells and reservoirs. This course aims to meet the training requirements of the WHS regulation with regards to “Working in a confined space”.
LICENCE TO OPERATE A FORKLIFT TRUCK
This unit is based on the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work & involves the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift, including checking forklift condition, driving the forklift to fulfil operational requirements, monitoring site conditions and monitoring and maintaining forklift performance.
WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHTS
Many work operations are conducted above ground level or the workplace floor. Falling from such heights is a serious hazard and a major cause of workplace injury. Working at heights can become even more dangerous because of weather conditions, inadequate housekeeping and poorly designed and inadequately maintained equipment.