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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

White Card course in Batemans Bay March 14th : Traffic Control March 15th

Due to popular demand for White Card in Batemans Bay, South Coast Community Colleges - RTO 6558 have another course running on the 14th of March. If this date does not suit you, they have one on the 28th of March!

A white card or general construction card is required for all workers who want to carry out construction work or be on a job site. This course teaches you the basics of the construction safety and gives the knowledge necessary to remain safe and healthy on the work site.

This is a one-day white card course in Batemans Bay teaches the health and safety legislation requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm and identifies reporting common construction hazards.

Units of competency covered is CPCCWHS1001 - Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry.

If you wish to find out more about this course, call their friendly administration team on 4472 9202, visit their website or DM their Facebook page for an information package to be sent your email!

The South Coast Community College also has a second date for Traffic Control, this course does require a White Card which can be gained the day before if you do not already have one!

Their Traffic Control teaches new skills, changes in career environment and is allows you to gain knowledge with working on the road. Traffic Control is a chance to gain a new qualification and to upskill, knowing that this course has Nationally Recognised Training units within Australia.

In Batemans Bay South Coast Community College is holding a 3-day Traffic Control to get you qualified and in the workforce! Talk to their administration staff on how they can best help you start working in the industry!

This three-day course in the month of March on the 15th - 17th.

To find out more about this course enquire with their admin team on 4472 9202, email, visit their website


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