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Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Course code: CPCCWHS1001 This is an initial induction course that allows workers access to construction sites where a site specific induction is undertaken. This accredited skill set is made up of 1 unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. This course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the minimum health and safety expectations imposed on them when undertaking systems of work on construction sites. It assists participants by giving them the basic skills and knowledge to work safely in the construction industry as well as allowing them to meet the requirements of introductory safety training. Participants are required to demonstrate personal awareness and understanding of Health and Safety legislative requirements, communication and reporting processes, common construction hazards and risk control measures and the basic incident and emergency procedures. This course is also available for corporate clients. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at our campus or at your location. Talk to us to discuss tailored training packages that meet your requirements.

Managers and supervisors have considerable responsibilities and duties in regards to occupational health and safety. This program has been developed to provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required to prevent workplace injuries and to manage a safe workplace. It studies leadership safety duties and responsibilities under the Act. It aims to assist participants to perform their roles and meet compliance in regards to OHS issues by studying strategies to ensure a safe workplace. Ultimately safer workplaces are more productive workplaces. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location.

Managers and supervisors have considerable responsibilities and duties in regards to occupational health and safety. This program has been developed to provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required to prevent workplace injuries and to manage a safe workplace. It studies leadership safety duties and responsibilities under the Act. It aims to assist participants to perform their roles and meet compliance in regards to OHS issues by studying strategies to ensure a safe workplace. Ultimately safer workplaces are more productive workplaces. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location.

Managers and supervisors have considerable responsibilities and duties in regards to occupational health and safety. This program has been developed to provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required to prevent workplace injuries and to manage a safe workplace. It studies leadership safety duties and responsibilities under the Act. It aims to assist participants to perform their roles and meet compliance in regards to OHS issues by studying strategies to ensure a safe workplace. Ultimately safer workplaces are more productive workplaces. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe course is designed to enable Health and Safety Representatives (HSR's) to understand and effectively exercise their powers and entitlements under the OHS Act 2004. Managers and Supervisors may also find this course beneficial. It should be noted as per Section 67 of the 2004 OHS Act all elected HSR's are entitled to undertake the WorkSafe Victoria approved OHS training for HSR's and choose their training course in consultation with their employer. Holmesglen is approved to deliver the WorkSafe HSR Initial OHS training course. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course and refresh your knowledge of the learning outcomes below. It should be noted that under the OHS Act 2004 (section 67) all elected HSRs and deputy HSRs, after completing an Initial OHS training course, have an entitlement (for each year they hold office) to attend Refresher training and choose their course in consultation with their employer. Group bookings of 10 or more can be offered at a discounted daily rate at your location or at one of our other campuses.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

Technology students and teachers are likely to be using a range of equipment and machines that, by their nature, present a higher risk than other areas of the curriculum. This accredited course 22454VIC in Safe Use of Machinery for Technology Teaching is made up of 3 units of competency: - VU22276 Apply safe work practices involving machines used in technology teaching (mandatory for all students) - VU22278 Perform safe work operations involving wood working machines used in technology teaching - VU22277 Perform safe work operations involving metal working machines used in technology teaching The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Part 3.5 - Plant) require employers to identify and control risks associated with machinery and plant in the workplace. The School Principal is responsible for ensuring that the relevant safety precautions for operating machinery in the school are implemented. Teachers must have also had the obligatory training and have attained the required levels of competency in machinery and plant. This course is confined to instructions in the safe use of operating machinery in a technology teaching environment in schools. Both the woodwork and metalwork units can be completed together or separately as a single unit, coupled with the mandatory safe work practice component. Contact us for more details. This course is held at McLelland College in Frankston or can be offered at your workplace in case of a group booking.

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