Top 5 Cheapest White Card Courses
The following list will save you a lot of work finding the cheapest white card course online. All the information are coming from course providers’ website.The information is subject to course provides’ change. Lowest price is as of the time we visit their websites. We will endeavor to make sure the information is up to date. Course providers are welcome to contact us if any information in the list is incorrect. We will update it as soon as possible.
|Provider||Valid in State||Lowest Price($)||Delivery|
|White Card Online Australia||WA,NT,SA,QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS||39||Online|
|White Card Courses||WA,NT,SA,QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS||39||Online|
|White Card Licence||WA,NT,SA,QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS||50||Online|
|White Card Online Express||WA,NT,SA,QLD,NSW,ACT,VIC,TAS||39||Online|
To see the complete list of cheapest online courses by state, click one of the following links:
- NSW White Card Courses Compare
- VIC Whie Card Courses Compare
- QLD White Card Courses Compare
- SA White Card Courses Compare
- ACT White Card Courses Compare
- WA White Card Courses Compare
- NT White Card Courses Compare
- TAS White Card Courses Compare
What is White Card?
White Card is a OHS (Occupation Health and Safety) for anyone works on a construction site. But if you are a owner builder you don’t need to satisfy this requirement as your site is not considered as work place.White card is a new name nationally used. It is formerly known as Blue Card in Queensland and Western Australia, Green Card in Tasmania and Red Card in Victoria.
What type of job require white card in Australia?
In Australia a lot of occupation in building industry requires white card certification. The following list covers most of the occupations:
Which state accept online White Cards?
Generally speaking online white cards are accepted nationally. But each state has different legal statement regarding to white card. Here are some information from the government site. All these information are from government website and they are subject to change. To find out more information, please click their links. We strongly recommend you to read this information and confirm with the course provider if the course you are going to enroll are accepted in your state. We do not take responsibility for information which may be changed from a day to day basis.
NSW Workcover: “construction workers can work in NSW using valid construction induction cards issued by all states and territories under the National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work”
WA Worksafe: “Across all States and Territories, including here in WA, both types of cards [ie old Blue Cards, and new White Cards] are accepted by the regulatory authority as evidence that induction training has been completed.”
VIC Worksafe: “An employer must accept any of the following things as evidence that the worker has done construction induction training: a statement or card issued under similar requirements in another Australian state or territory).“
TAS Workstandard: “Mutual recognition arrangements between states and territories allow construction workers to move across boundaries without the requirement of undertaking construction induction training in each jurisdiction.”
ACT Worksafe: “Construction Induction Training is a nationally accredited competency unit known as “Work safely in the construction industry”…”
QLD Worksafe: “Queensland recognises construction induction cards from all states and territories (excluding NT who do not currently have a regulatory requirement for construction induction training).”
NT Worksafe: “The Regulations require workers in the construction industry to complete general construction induction training before carrying out construction work. The approved unit of competency is CPCCOHS1001A ‘Work safely in the construction industry’. Only a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) will be able to deliver this training. It is the duty of the PCBU who is directing or allowing a worker to carry out construction work to ensure that worker has undertaken the general construction induction training prior to engaging in construction work.”
SA Safework: “The adoption of the Code essentially removes a layer of red tape in hiring construction employees in SA. It recognises safety induction training performed interstate, thereby avoiding the need to duplicate it for access to SA sites.The safety induction training is recognised across all states.”
What to do if I lost my White Card
I got a lot of emails from our website visitors asking me to reissue their White Card. Rather than repeating my answer again and again, I put the answer here. We are not White Card course provider and we don’t issue White Card. I strongly recommend you to contact your course provider to reissue the certificate. Our website has a database of most White Card course providers in Australia and you will find their contact details in the relevant provider’s review page. Also I think it is not a bad idea to take a photo of your certificate as soon as you get your certificate so at least you know who your provider is and then later on you can contact them if you lost your certificate.
How long is my White Card valid for?
Normally White Card expires in 3 years, which means you need to do another white card course to keep you license update to date. In this website, we provide list of course providers to choose. But if you don’t know which one to choose, you can contact us and tell us which state you are from, we can recommend one for you.