Edway Training FAQs

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A: There are no formal prerequisites, but participants must have basic English language skills and a valid USI.

A: Yes, this course is nationally recognised and complies with the Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA) Framework.

A: The course covers identifying emergency situations, assessing the scope of the emergency, selecting appropriate response equipment, confining small emergencies, and reporting and documenting emergency incidents.

A: Participants will receive a Statement of Attainment with unit of competency ‘PUAFER008 – Confine Small Emergencies in a Facility’.

A: Participants must provide a valid Unique Student Identifier (USI), one form of photo ID, and complete a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy (LLN) assessment.

A: Participants will learn to identify and assess emergencies, safely confine them, use initial response equipment, and report and document emergency responses.

A: The course duration is 2 hours.

A: Employees, contractors, students, and residents within a facility who want to enhance their safety and emergency response skills.

A: The course is designed to equip individuals with skills to safely manage and confine emergencies using initial response equipment and to report and document incidents effectively.

A: Participants will receive a nationally recognized Statement of Attainment.

A. Participants need a USI (Unique Student Identifier), must complete an LLN (Language, Literacy, and Numeracy) assessment, and provide a form of photo identification on the day of training. Entry to the course will be refused if these requirements are not met.

A: Participants must hold the PUAFER005 “Operate as part of an emergency control organisation” qualification. A statement of the attainment must be presented on the training day as proof.

A: Participants will learn to prepare for emergencies, undertake pre-emergency planning, take appropriate actions during an emergency, and conclude emergency operations effectively. They will also learn about the identification and response to emergency signals and how to command and coordinate facility emergency responses.

A: This training is recommended for members of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO), including chief wardens, deputy chief wardens, and communications officers, especially those responsible for ensuring workplace safety in compliance with Australian Standards AS 3745 and AS 4083.

A: The Chief Fire Warden training, formally known as “Lead an Emergency Control Organisation,” is designed to equip individuals responsible for leading emergency control and response in various settings with the necessary skills in emergency management and leadership.

A: Yes, once you receive your certificate at the end of the course, it acts as your temporary white card, allowing you to start working immediately.

A: No, students are not required to bring their own PPE. Edway Training will provide the necessary PPE on the day of the class.

A: Edway Training offers the option for group bookings, catering to companies and employment agencies. For group bookings, it’s best to contact Edway Training directly for more information and arrangements.

A: The training covers Work Health and Safety (WHS) related topics, including legislative requirements of construction work, construction hazards and risk control measures, health and safety communication and reporting processes, and incident and emergency response procedures.

A: Yes, from January 1, 2015, every student who undertakes nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia needs a USI. A Statement of Attainment cannot be issued without a valid USI.

A: Yes, as per WorkSafe Victoria requirements, a basic understanding, reading, and writing of English is required. The use of interpreters and translators is not allowed. Participants must pass an LLN assessment to be eligible for enrolment.

A: No, entry to the course will be refused if a participant arrives 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time. It’s advised to arrive 15 minutes early to complete necessary registration paperwork.

A: You should receive your White Card in the mail within 8 weeks of course completion.

A: Yes, the White Card is nationally accepted across Australia.

A: If you fail the final assessment, you will not receive your certification and will need to pay and retake the course.

A: Participants must provide one form of photo ID, such as a passport, Australian driver’s license, proof of age card, or student card. Non-Australian Driver’s Licenses are not accepted.

A: For a replacement of a lost or stolen WorkSafe VIC issued White Card, contact WorkSafe VIC directly at 1300 852 562.

A: Yes, if a person is out of the construction industry for 2 consecutive years, WorkSafe VIC recommends redoing the course to be compliant and up-to-date with safety information.

A: The training is required for all individuals who carry out construction work, including site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers, tradespersons, and those accessing operational construction zones without direct supervision. It’s also necessary for individuals applying for an Owner Builder license.

A: Participants will receive a Statement of Attainment and a Construction Induction plastic card, issued and mailed by WorkSafe Victoria, upon successful completion of the course.

A: The White Card Course, also known as Construction Induction training, is a mandatory work health and safety training required for individuals looking to undertake construction work.

A: Yes, there is mandatory online pre-study that needs to be completed prior to your training date. You will be given access to this via your booking confirmation email.

A: The course includes HLTAID009 Provide CPR, HLTAID010 Provide basic emergency life support, HLTAID011 Provide First Aid, and HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an Education and Care setting.

A: Yes, the full course needs to be completed every 3 years, and the HLTAID009 Provide CPR component must be refreshed every 12 months.

A: Yes, it is nationally recognized and can be used anywhere in Australia.

A: The course runs for 8 hours, including breaks.

A: You will be issued with a statement of attainment with the units of competency HLTAID009, HLTAID010 and HLTAID011.

A: Yes, there is mandatory online pre-study that must be completed prior to your training date. You will be given access to this via your booking confirmation email.

A: Participants must complete an online pre-study module, provide a valid USI (Unique Student Identifier), and present one form of photo I.D.

A: Yes, HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is included in the course.

A: The Provide First Aid HLTAID011 certification is valid for 3 years.

A: Yes, the HLTAID011 Provide First Aid certification is nationally recognized across Australia.

A: The duration of the course is 6 hours, including breaks.

A: Yes, the CPR qualification needs to be completed every 12 months to stay up to date.

A: Participants should arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled start time to complete registration paperwork. Entry to the course will be refused if participants arrive 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time. One form of photo I.D. is required, and a basic level of understanding, reading, and writing in English is necessary.

 

A: Yes, participants must complete an online pre-study module covering the theoretical part of CPR training. You will be given access to this via your booking confirmation email. Also, from 1 January 2015, every student undertaking nationally recognized Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia must have a USI (Unique Student Identifier).

 

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The course fee can be paid online at the time of booking. Invoice payment is also available for companies and employment agencies with a valid Purchase Order/Authority to Invoice submitted prior to the day of training.

A: Yes, the Provide CPR HLTAID009 statement of attainment is nationally recognized.

A: The course covers identifying an unconscious casualty who may require CPR, promoting survivability using CPR techniques and the recovery position, and provides an overview of causes of disrupted airways and how to deal with them to protect oneself from danger and minimize the risk of infection.

A: Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment with the unit of competency ‘HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.’

A: The CPR course runs for 3 hours, including breaks.

A: The CPR Training Course in Melbourne is a nationally accredited program that teaches participants how to recognize an emergency situation requiring CPR and confidently deliver potentially lifesaving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

A: Not all food premises require a supervisor. Class 1, most class 2, and class 3A do, while lower-risk handlers typically do not.

A: The course includes SITXFSA005 ‘Use hygienic practices for food safety’ and SITXFSA006 ‘Participate in safe food handling practices’.

A: Edway Training (RTO No 91401), accredited by the Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA), issues the statement upon completion.

A: The course runs for 8 hours, including breaks.

A: It’s a training program designed to equip supervisors with the necessary knowledge and skills for food safety in businesses, particularly in Victoria. It covers essential practices to comply with food safety regulations.

A: Yes, from 1 January 2015, every student who undertakes nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia is required to have a USI. A statement of attainment cannot be issued if a participant fails to produce a valid USI number.

A: Participants need to have basic understanding, reading, and writing skills in English. The use of interpreters and translators is not allowed. An LLN (Language, Literacy, and Numeracy) assessment is required as part of the pre-training review.

A: Participants will receive a Statement of Attainment with the unit of competency ‘CPCCWHS2001 Apply WHS Requirements In The Construction Industry’.

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