This qualification is suitable for people working in a work health and safety (WHS) role that may or may not work under supervision. They may provide leadership and guidance to others and have some limited responsibilities for the output of others. This qualification reflects the role of workers who apply a broad knowledge base and well developed skills in a wide variety of contexts and may include coordinators, advisors and facilitators.
With almost all industries now requiring a WHS professional in the team, this qualification is designed for people or organisations to provide formal qualifications as required by their industry, enabling you or a staff member to upskill and move forward in your career.
Trainwest’s BSB41419 Certificate IV Work Health and Safety course is recommended for job roles and titles across all industry sectors, some of which include
CTF funding is available for this course. Visit our funding page to see if you’re eligible or call 1300 938 411
There are no pre-requisites for this qualification. However, there is a significant amount of reading and writing during the course and access to a computer is required for assignments and internet-based research.
TheBSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety facilitated by Trainwest contains the following units of competency
Face to face:
In order to gain the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety you will be required to attend five days of face to face training and complete a post course assignment. The post course assignment is comprised of assessments that enable you to apply the skills and knowledge you have gained from the course to your workplace or a simulated workplace environment. You have up to 24 months to complete your post course assignments and have access to ongoing trainer support.
All sessions will be delivered at Trainwest Training Centre 154 Epsom Avenue Belmont WA 6104 or Trainwest Skills Training Centre Unit 2, 451 Yangebup Road, Cockburn Central WA 6164
Students have up to 24 months to submit their assessments. Please be aware this is a maximum time frame and is greatly dependant on your current job role and pre-existing skills and abilities. You can submit your assessments at any time after attending the face to face component. The actual time for completion varies between students.
This qualification can be customised to suit your organisation and delivered on-site. Contact Trainwest for more information
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):
RPL is an assessment based pathway and is suitable for those who already have the skills and knowledge in one or more of the areas which make up the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety and do not wish to undergo further training. For those considering RPL please speak with the Trainwest Student Support team. The Student Support Team will make an initial assessment of suitability and discuss the RPL process before sending an application kit.
Self-Paced Learning (SPL):
You receive hard copy learner guides and assessments to complete. It is your responsibility to return the completed assessments to Trainwest.
All training is conducted online, through Trainwest’s eLearning portal. Assessments are submitted directly through the eLearning portal.
Hard copy learner guides can be purchased for an additional cost. As a self-directed student, you receive ongoing remote support from Trainwest trainers. This may be in the form of telephone, email or digital communication tools such as Skype.
Face-to-Face training can be arranged at an additional fee.
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Course dates are subject to change.
You can get in touch with us on our contact form, by email, or by phone on 1300 938 411. The Trainwest team are always here to discuss your training requirements in Perth, regional WA or throughout Australia.