Men At Work Training and Assessment is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO – 41067) and a Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) Approved Training Provider. Men At Work deliver training to corporate clients along with the general public for courses in Work and Health Safety (WHS), Traffic Control, First Aid, High Risk Work licence, Liquor and Gaming, Small Plant, Confined Spaces, and Working at Heights on the New South Wales North Coast. If you would like further information please contact one of our friendly staff or enrol online. You can also sign up to our monthly course emails by entering your details at the bottom of this page.
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COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Casual clothing is sufficient. Any training that consists of a practical assessment such as the forklift course and all traffic control training requires you to wear long sleeves, long pants and closed in footwear.
Yes it does, check your current card for the expiry date. Once your forklift licence has expired it must be renewed within 12 months from the expiry date. A refresher may be done within the 12-month period; thereafter a full renewal is to be completed.
Nationally recognised training is any programme of training leading to vocational qualifications and credentials that are recognised across Australia. It includes studying at a registered training organisation. Nationally recognised training courses are listed on training.gov.au. Only Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) can deliver nationally recognised training and issue nationally recognised qualifications or statements of attainment.
The advantages of studying a nationally recognised course are:
- You will gain a qualification that has been developed in consultation with industry;
- Your qualification will be recognised by industry across Australia;
- It is generally easier to obtain credit or advanced standing towards further studies;
- Your course is subject to review and audit by the Australian Skills Quality Authority; and
- You can be assured that your course meets the standards required to be nationally recognised.
If you hold a White Card issued post 29 March 2004 & the card number starts with a CGI it IS Current. Prior to that it would be a Green Card & that is NOT valid. The white card becomes void if you haven’t carried out construction work for two consecutive years or more. If you are still unsure you can call SafeWork New South Wales on 13 10 50.
The TCT – Replacement Photo Card Application form (PDF, 217Kb) is to be used to apply for a replacement traffic control photo card that has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.
For incorrect information on the card, such as a spelling error, please contact the Traffic Control Training Unit on 1300 828 782.
A white card can be replaced online by credit card payment but only if your details have not changed. You will need to ensure you enter the exact details as on your construction induction card record. If your details have changed, you can also complete the application form and send it to SafeWork NSW by:
- post to – SafeWork NSW, Customer Experience, Locked bag 2906, Lisarow NSW 2252.
- email to – firstname.lastname@example.org (credit card payments only)
The requirement to product 100 points of Identification is relevant to our SafeWork approved courses which are White Card and Forklift. Refer to the attachment below to ensure you can produce sufficient evidence if attending these courses.
UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI)
An overview of the Unique Student Identifier
Video provided by www.usi.gov.au