Provide people with a healthy and safe work environment
The skills acquired with the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (WHS) will enable you to take on a number of responsibilities aimed at lowering absenteeism, reducing risk and improving the wellbeing of employees, which can save an organisation money.
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is the minimum requirement to become an approved work health and safety officer.
You will learn how to comply with legislation, identify hazards and implement WHS systems, including devising strategies to control risks and emergency procedures.
Following course completion, you will be able to provide leadership and guidance to others across a wide range of industry sectors.
With flexible learning options, expert trainers, quality course material and a support team to help you every step of the way, now is the time to safeguard your career with the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
The BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is a Nationally Recognised course.
Once you’ve completed your Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, you’ll be able to apply your broad knowledge base and well-developed skills in a wide variety of WHS contexts and provide leadership and guidance to others. You could also gain employment as a:
Work Health and Safety Officer
Work Health and Safety (WHS) Officers oversee the safe and compliant processes of an organisation. They are responsible for identifying hazards and assessing risks to health and safety in the workplace and implementing safety protocols that prevent the risk of injury or accidents from occurring. WHS Officers are essential for keeping the safety of an organisation’s people at the forefront and ensuring employees are always operating within a WHS-approved environment.
Work Health and Safety Representative
The primary role of a Work Health and Safety Representative is to represent the health and safety interests of the members of a work group. They liaise with the staff to identify issues pertaining to health and safety and then raise these concerns with management. A Work Health and Safety Representative is responsible for giving workers a voice regarding health and safety matters at the workplace.
Occupational Health and Safety Officer
Essentially, an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Officer has the same role as a Work Health and Safety Officer. They oversee the safety of a workplace and provide safe systems of work for employees. Why the two names for the same role? In January 2012 the introduction of new work health and safety legislation in most states and territories came with a change in terminology – ‘work’ health and safety replaced ‘occupational’ health and safety in the legislation.
Human Resources Assistant
A Human Resources (HR) Assistant reports to the Head of HR to aid with day-to-day duties and functions of the HR department. Their responsibilities may include providing clerical and administrative support, assisting with recruitment, processing payroll, coordinating meetings, supporting new employees with the onboarding process, handling requests and complaints and helping to ensure smooth communication between the HR department and all employees.
Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
Study the theoretical elements of this course, anywhere and anytime through our online learning platform.
Up to 12 months
- 10 course units to complete.
- Submit 1 course unit every 5 weeks to graduate in 12 months.
Studying the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety with Foundation Education is flexible and can be tailored to suit your needs.
Study the theoretical elements of this course anywhere and anytime through our online learning platform.
10 course units to complete.
Completed online, at your own pace.
For the online part of the course, you’ll need regular access to:
Computer: Laptop or desktop computer with working speakers or headphone points.
Internet: High-speed internet such as Broadband or ADSL, T1/T2, fibre optic (Dial-up access is not recommended).
Windows: Operating system – Windows 8 or above.
MAC: Operating system - OS X 10.14 Mojave or later.
Internet Browser: Google Chrome, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.
Software: Flash, Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word (or Open Office which is free to download).
Office Equipment: Printer and scanner to print and upload some of your assessments.
Mobile Phone with video capability or Video Camera: Some assessments in your course may require you to take and submit videos of you undertaking tasks for assessment.
Achieve your qualification by completing the following units of competency:
Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
Cost & Payment
You can pay for your course upfront via VISA/MasterCard or a bank deposit. Alternatively, we offer instalment plans that can be paid over several weeks or fortnights.
Your course fee includes
Delivery and assessment of your qualification
Study materials (including all resources)
Ongoing support from our Education Team
We offer two payment methods
Full fee upfront
For more information about the course costs, please call us on 1300 616 197.
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