BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

DURATION & DELIVERY

52 weeks (12 months) - Online (flexible delivery)

TYPE

Certificate IV

FEES

$2,800 AUD

Start Dates

Intakes commence the first Monday of each month

WHS is a critical issue for any business, small or large. All occupational risks must be managed to warrant the health and safety of workers and other people affected by the conduct of the business. This includes visitors and customers at a workplace. Employers must have staff that are in control of WHS in their organisation or business.
If you aspire to hold a responsible position within an organisation that can make a difference, then this course is for you. Use your past or current skills and knowledge to help your employer meet their legislative obligations!!

$61.8 billion

The cost of work-related injury and disease to the Australian economy.

78 killed

The preliminary number of Australians killed at work in 2020.

$480 million

The total amount of workers’ compensation paid each year for work-related mental disorders.

With statistics alarming as they are, it is obvious why WHS roles are so important to Australia; especially if we are to meet the national target of reducing:

  • incidence of serious injury by at least 30% nationwide by 2022
  • number of work-related fatalities due to injury by at least 20%.

WHS roles provide a broad range of technical knowledge and skills and these apply to those working as supervisors, WHS personnel, and workers in other WHS-related roles who manage risks effectively, apply relevant WHS laws, and contribute to WHS within the workplace.

Units of Competency:
  • BSBWHS412: Assist with workplace compliance with WHS laws
  • BSBWHS413: Contribute to implementation and maintenance of WHS consultation and participation processes
  • BSBWHS414: Contribute to WHS risk management
  • BSBWHS415: Contribute to implementing WHS management systems
  • BSBWHS416: Contribute to workplace incident response
Electives:
  • BSBWHS417: Assist with managing WHS implications of return to work
  • BSBRES411: Analyse and present research information
  • BSBWHS419: Contribute to implementing WHS monitoring processes
  • BSBCMM401: Make a presentation
  • TAEDEL301: Provide work skill instruction
Entry Requirements:
  • Year 10 High School certificate or equivalent OR
  • Certificate II in a relevant qualification OR
  • Mature aged student
  • Basic computer skills and access to a desktop or laptop with sufficient internet speed to undertake online studies
Course Fees:
  • Enrolment Fee: AUD $150
  • Material/LMS Fee: $150
  • Tuition Fee – PAYG all students: $250 per unit
  • Total Course Fees: $2,800
Program Delivery:
  • 52 weeks (12 months) – Online (flexible delivery)
Third Party Agreement:

This course will be delivered by GeSS Education (a non-RTO) on behalf of TOC Australia as per Third Party Agreement lodged with ASQA.

Pre-enrolment information:
  • Please review our forms & policies tab for more College information
Pathways:

All students who undertake the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
are provided with advice on further training and career options.
Successful completion of the Certificate may allow entry into a relevant diploma e.g. Diploma of Business or Diploma of Work Health and Safety. Credits may be applicable.

Possible Career Outcomes:

WHS Officer

Quality Assurance & WHS Officer

WHS and RTW Co-ordinator

Your pathway to an Australian University:

This course is a great pathway opportunity for any student wishing to academically prepare for university as well as gaining practical preparation for the work environment. 

T.O.C. Australia in affiliation with our key partner GeSS Education will assist with conditional letters of offer to the following Universities, upon successful completion of the above Diploma.

CRICOS Code: 01241G
CRICOS Code: 00233E