Scheduled Courses

2024 Dates

15, 16, 17 January
12, 13, 14 February
11, 12, 13 March
8, 9, 10 April
6, 7, 8 May
3, 4, 5 June
1, 2, 3 July
29, 30, 31 July
26, 27, 28 August
23, 24, 25 September
14, 15, 16 October
18, 19, 20 November
16, 17, 18 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

This covers all aspects of entering and working in confined spaces. Learners will be instructed in the safe entry, work and exit of confined space having regard to the legislative and operational requirements. This course is suitable for persons entering, persons on stand-by and persons issuing permits. This course includes the use of gas detection equipment, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Harnesses, Ascent/Descent equipment etc. Confined Space Entry includes HLTAID009 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Apply legislative, organisation and site requirements and procedures
  • Apply operational, maintenance and basic diagnostic procedures
  • Apply materials handling methods
  • Use atmospheric monitoring devices
  • Interpret Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
  • Site and equipment safety requirements
  • Confined space entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
  • Air contaminants and toxic gases
  • Breathing apparatus limitations
  • Equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  • Site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Project quality requirements
  • Industry terminology
  • State and territory interpretations of a confined space

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Civil Construction and Manufacturing
  • Mining, Oil and Gas Industries
  • General Industry and Trades

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All participants are required to be Medically Fit & Clean Shaven and to bring Safety Boots, Hard Hat, Overalls and gloves.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 3 days Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Confined Space Entry is conducted once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning / afternoon tea / coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This UOC is from the RII Resources, Industry and Infrastructure Training Package. For further information refer to www.skillsdmc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines. All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates

18 January
15 February
14 March
11 April
9 May
6 June
4 July
1, 29 August
26 September
17 October
21 November
19 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Confined Space Refresher is designed to refresh the knowledge and skills of learners who have previously completed the Initial Confined Space Entry Course. It is recommended that learners complete this course every two (2) years to ensure they maintain their competencies and keep up to date with changes in legislation, technology and equipment.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Apply legislative, organisation and site requirements and procedures
  • Apply operational, maintenance and basic diagnostic procedures
  • Apply materials handling methods
  • Use atmospheric monitoring devices (Gas Detectors)
  • Interpret Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
  • Site and equipment safety requirements
  • Confined space entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
  • Air contaminants and toxic gases
  • Breathing apparatus limitations and RPE
  • Equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  • Site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Project quality requirements
  • Industry terminology
  • State and territory interpretations of a confined space

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Work in specialised areas where confined space entry may be required
This unit is appropriate for those working in a operational role at worksites within:
  • Civil Construction
  • Mining
  • Drilling
  • Extractive Industries
  • General Industry and Trades

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety Boots or Enclosed footwear, wear suitable attire, Clean Shaven as per Australian Standard AS/NZS1715, pen/pencil. Participants must have previously completed the full Enter and Work in Confined Spaces course and provide evidence prior to attending the course.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration - One (1) Day Time - 8.30am to 4.30pm Confined Space Refresher is conducted once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning / afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package. Further information can be found at www.skillsdmc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines. All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates

23 January
6, 20 February
5, 19 March
2, 16, 30 April
14, 28 May
11, 25 June
9, 23 July
6, 20 August
3, 17 September
1, 15, 29 October
12, 26 November
10 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Construction Induction Card is a requirement for those working within the construction industry. This course is designed to give persons working in the construction industry a basic overview of the legislation, hazards, communication pathways and incident response activities. It has been designed so that all persons working within the industry have a basic underpinning knowledge of the above mentioned.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • WHS legislative requirements
  • Construction hazards and control measures
  • WHS communication and reporting processes
  • WHS incident response procedures

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

This unit is appropriate for those:
  • Carrying out construction work, including site managers, supervisors, surveyors, laborers and trades persons
  • Who access operational construction zones unaccompanied or not directly supervised by an inducted person, and
  • Whose employment causes them to routinely enter operational construction zones

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All learners are to provide 100 points of Evidence Of Identity (EOI) on the day of training, and will not be permitted to proceed with training unless this is supplied. All learners must wear suitable attire and bring with them a pen/pencil.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 6 hours Time: 8.30am to 3.30pm Construction Induction Card is conducted every second Tuesday at the Academy and can also be delivered on your site upon request. Conducted over Six (6) hours learners will receive training in both practical and theory. Morning tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered.

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
24 January
7 and 28 February
20 March
10 and 24 April
1, 15, 17 and 29 May
12 and 26 June
10 and 24 July
7 and 21 August
4, 12 and 18 September
9 and 23 October
6 and 27 November
11 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Work Safely at Heights is designed for persons conducting work at heights. Work safely at heights includes identifying work requirements, hazard ID, risk assessment, associated equipment such as; Harnesses, lifelines, ropes, knots, type 1-2-3 fall arrest devices, rescue plans etc.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identify work requirements
  • Identify work procedures and instructions for the task
  • Access and install equipment
  • Perform work at heights
  • Clean up work area

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Work in specialist where heights work may be required
This unit is appropriate for those working in operational role at worksites within:
  • Civil Construction
  • Mining
  • Drilling
  • Manufacturing
  • General Industry
  • Trades

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots or Enclosed footwear, wear suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Work Safely at Heights is conducted once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/Afternoon tea/coffee and lunch are provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package. Further information can be found at www.skillsdmc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
30 January
29 February
26 March
12 April
28 May
23 July
17 September
17 October
19 November

COURSE OVERVIEW

 Fire Extinguishers provides learners with the skills to confine small fires by using a nearby fire extinguisher, fire blanket or fire hose reel. Learners will be introduced to the Australian Standard code colours for emergencies as defined in AS3745. Refresher training is recommended every 2 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Prepare, Identify, assess and report emergency situations
  • Safely confine fire / emergencies where possible
  • Chemistry of fire
  • Fire-fighting agents, equipment and procedures
  • Practical "HANDS ON" use of initial response (first attack Fire-fighting) equipment including Fire Extinguishers, Fire Blankets and Fire Hose Reels

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Member of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Any organisation

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots or enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 2 hours Time: 8.30am to 10.30am Fire extinguishers is conducted on request at the Academy and can be delivered at your site or ours upon request. Learners will receive both theory and "HANDS ON" practical fire-fighting activities. Tea/coffee is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. Learners who complete this unit of competency may be eligible for further study such as PUA20619Certificate II in Public Safety

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
25 January
22 February
21 March
18 April
16 May
13 June
11 July
8 August
5 September
3 and 31 October
28 November
12 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Warden/Evacuation training provides learners with skills and knowledge to respond and control a variety of incidents such as: Fire, Disaster, Bomb Threat, Medical Emergency, External Emergency, Robbery - threats of intimidation and violence and Evacuation. Learners will be involved in many practical activities during the day including: evacuation from a smoke filled room (a favourite with most who complete the course) and "HANDS ON" fire extinguisher use. Refresher training is recommended every 2 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Respond to the following emergencies:
  • Fire
  • Disaster
  • Bomb Threat
  • Medical
  • External Emergencies
  • Robbery
  • Evacuation
This course contians 2 units of competency: PUAFER005 - Operate as part of an emergency control organisation and PUAFER008 - Confine small workplace emergencies in facilities

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Emergency Response Team Member (ECO)
  • Warden
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Any organisation

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

 Safety boots or enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Warden / Evacuation is conducted once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. Students who complete this Unit Of Competency may be eligible for further study such as PUA20619 Certificate II in Public Safety

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
23 February
19 April
14 June
9 August
4 October
29 November

COURSE OVERVIEW

Chief Warden is for those who will be in command and control of an emergency situation. Topics covered in this course include, locate and identify fire safety systems, check and monitor the status of fire safety systems Learners will interactively control a fire indicator panel (FIP) and an Emergency Warning Intercommunication System (EWIS) Refresher training is recommended every 2 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Prepare for workplace emergencies
  • Apply command, control and coordinate aspects of workplace emergency procedures
  • Control the response to emergency reports, signals and warnings
  • Coordinate reports and results of initial emergency response
  • Conclude incident

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Member of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
  • Chief Warden
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Any organisation

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots or enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil. Learners must have previously completed the pre-requisite PUAFER005 and evidence shall be provided upon enrolment.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 6 hours Time: 8.30am to 2.30pm Chief Warden is conducted on a regular basis at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning tea/coffee and lunch are provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. Students who complete this unit of competency may be eligible for entry into further study such as: Certificate II Public Safety

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
29, 30, 1 April / May
24, 25, 26 June

COURSE OVERVIEW

 IRT will expose learners to a range of emergency situations including responding to wildfire, search and rescue in a smoke filled structure, live structural fire fighting and rescue. This training includes equipment such as: Fire pumps, fire extinguishers, lay flat hoses, SCBA, DSU's, turnout clothing and much more. This training is commonly called Emergency Response Teams (ERT). Refresher training is recommended every 2 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Preparing and responding to various facility emergencies
  • Communicate with and compliment other personnel
  • Assist with recovery from facility emergencies

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon Successful Completion Of This Course, Leaners Will Be Able To Consider The Following Job Roles:
  • Member of a Facility Emergency Response Team
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Any organisation

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots, suitable attire, be clean shaven as per Australian Standard AS/NZS1715, long sleeve 100% cotton shirt,  pen/pencil. Participants should be medically fit as this course is physically demanding. A change of clothes is recommended.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 3 days Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Initial Response Team Member is conducted on a frequent basis at the Academy. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. Students who complete this Unit of Competency may be eligible for entry into further study such as: PUA20619 Certificate II in Public Safety

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

Course available upon request Dates

COURSE OVERVIEW

 Operate Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus covers the competency that applies to operators who are required to wear breathing apparatus as part of their job - because they are working inside a confined space, with hazardous gases/vapours, in a toxic atmosphere or for any other applications requiring the wearing of breathing apparatus. They may also be required to wear it in an emergency situation, however this is not the primary focus of this unit. Refresher training is recommended every 2 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Conduct pre-donning checks and tests on breathing apparatus
  • Operate Breathing Apparatus
  • Conclude operations

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Specialist job roles which may require the use of Self-contained breathing apparatus such as fumigation, confined space, chlorine handling etc.
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Construction and general trades
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining, oil and gas
  • Fumigation
  • Water industry

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots, suitable attire, clean shaven in accordance with AS/NZS1715, pen/pencil. Participants must be physically fit and capable of wearing weight on their back.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 4 hours Time: 8.30am to 12.30pm Operate Breathing Apparatus is open to the public and is conducted upon request. This course can be dleivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning tea/coffee is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of the MSA training package Further details can be found at www.mskills.com.au Students who complete this unit of competency may be eligible for entry into furthe

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

Course available upon request Dates

COURSE OVERVIEW

Permit Coordinator is specifically designed for people who are required to issue and coordinate permit work. Permits are called clearances by some organisations. This course can incorporate your organisations permit system, risk assessments and equipment. Types of permits include:
  • Excavation
  • Heights
  • Hot Work
  • Confined spaces
  • High Voltage (HV)
  • Cranes and Rigging
Requirements identified on the permit may include testing of atmospheric conditions, ventilation and control measures such as isolation, barriers, LOTO, signs, communications and incident response The work permit system includes:
  • Types of permits
  • legislation
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Equipment
  • JSEA
  • Risk assessment
 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Access and apply site safety procedures, personal safety measures, operational safety measures, maintain personal safety for job, identify and report incidents
  • Identify the need for work permit, prepare work site, raise and issue work permits, monitor work for compliance, receive end of day report, close work permit

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Permit Issuer
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • General trades
  • Mining. Oil and gas industries

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Safety boots or enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Permit Coordinator is open to the public and is conducted upon request. This course can be delivered on our site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of the MSA training package. Further details can be found at www.mskills.com.au 

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
8 February
1 May
3 July
21 August
23 October
11 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Perform rescue from a live low voltage panel covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead powerlines and underground cables in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for, health, safety and risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work. Participants are required to have the pre-requisite: HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Prepare to perform rescue procedures from live LV panel
  • Carry out rescue from a live LV panel
  • Complete the LV panel rescue procedure

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Electricians
  • Safety Observers
  • Member of a workplace emergency response team
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Civil construction
  • Mining, Oil and Gas
  • Manufacturing
  • General industry and trades

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Pre-requisites: HLTAID009 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (current: within 12 months) and UEECD0007 - Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practiced in the workplace or UETDREL006 - Work safely in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker Safety boots or enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 6 hours Time: 8.30am to 2.30pm Perform rescue from a live low voltage panel is open to the public and is available upon request. This course can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of the UET12 Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Package. For further information www.ee-oz.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
15 and 29 January
12 and 19 February
11 and 18 March
8 and 15 April
6 and 13 May
3 and 17 June
1, 15 and 29 July
12 and 26 August
9 and 23 September
8 and 14 October
11 and 18 November
2 and 16 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) gives learners the confidence and skills to provide CPR. Learners practice the skills on an Adult, Child and Baby Manikin and use a trainer defibrillator. This course complies with the requirements of the Australian Resuscitation Councils (ARC) Guidelines. The ARC also advise that CPR be refreshed annually Refresher recommended every 12 months

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Respond to signs of an unconscious casualty DRSABCD
  • Perform CPR on an Adult, Child and Infant for at least 2 minutes
  • Operate and apply an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Communicate details of the incident

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants may be able to consider the following job roles:
  • First Aider
  • Member of an emergency response team
  • Safety Officer
This unit is appropriate for any job role

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire and a pen/pencil. Participants must be able to demonstrate CPR whilst kneeling on the floor.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 4 hours Time: 8.30am to 12.30pm Provide CPR is conducted twice a month at the Academy and can also be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning tea/coffee is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

 
 RPL is not offered. This competency forms part of the HLT Health Training Package. Further information can be found at www.cshisc.com.au 
 

LEARNER SUPPORT

If You Require Special Assistance, Including Language Literacy And Numeracy Please Notify Our Office And Support Services Can Be Arranged. Our Student Handbook Is Available From Our Office And This Website.

2024 Dates
29-30 January
19-20 February
18-19 March
15-16 April
13-14 May
17-18 June
15-16 July
12-13 August
9-10 September
8-9 October
11-12 November
2-3 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

Provide First Aid covers the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders, until the arrival of medical or other assistance. Often referred to as Senior First Aid or Level 2 First Aid. This course includes HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Refresher training is recommended every 3 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Introduction to First Aid
  • Legislative requirements
  • Resuscitation and airway emergencies
    • Choking
    • drowning
    • CPR
    • Defibrillation
  • Trauma Management
    • Bleeding
    • Shock
    • Head and spine injuries
    • Burns
    • Fractures
    • Soft tissue injuries
  • Medical Emergencies
    • Anaphylaxis
    • Asthma
    • Heart conditions
    • Stroke
    • Diabetes
    • Seizures
  • Venomous, bites, stings and poisons
  • General Information

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Workplace First Aider
  • Member of a workplace emergency response team
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • General industry
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Aged care

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

 Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 2 days Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Provide First Aid is conducted once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This unit is from the HLT Health training package. For more information please visit www.cshisc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
15 and 31 January
21 February
20 March
17 April
15 May
19 June
17 July
14 August
11 September
10 October
13 November
4 December

COURSE OVERVIEW

 Provide First Aid Refresher, refreshes the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders, unitl the arrival of medical or other assistance. Refresher training is recommended every 3 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Assess the situation
  • Apply first aid procedures
  • Communicate details of the incident
  • Evaluate own performance

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Emergency response team member
  • First Aider
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • General industry
  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Mining
  • Construction
  • Aged Care

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, wear suitable attire, pen/pencil. Learners must have previously completed Provide First Aid or a level 2 senior first aid course. Evidence must be supplied prior to attending the course.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Provide First Aid Refresher is delivered once a month at the Academy and can be delivered on your site upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This unit is from the HLT Health training package. for more information please visit www.cshisc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

This course is available upon request Dates

COURSE OVERVIEW

Provide First AId in an Education and Care Setting describes the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response to infants, children and adults. The unit applies to educators and support staff working within an education and care setting who are required to respond to a first aid emergency. This course incorporates Provide first aid, anaphylaxis and asthma management. Refresher training is recommended every 3 years, anaphylaxis and asthma every 12 months

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Introduction to First Aid in Education and Childrens services
  • Resuscitation and Airway emergencies
    • Airway and breathing management
    • Choking
    • Drowning
    • CPR
    • Defibrillation
  • Trauma Management
    • Infection control
    • Bleeding
    • Shock
    • Head and spinal injuries
    • Crush
    • Burns
    • Fractures
  • Medical Emergencies
    • Anaphylaxis
    • Asthma
    • Heart conditions
    • Stroke
    • Diabetes
    • seizures
  • Venomous bites, stings and poisons
  • General information

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, particiants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Child Care
  • Primary and Secondary school teacher assistant
  • First Aider
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • Child Care
  • Education and care
  • Before and after school care

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, wear suitable attire and bring with them a pen.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm First Aid in Education and Care Setting is open to the public and can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will recieve training in both theory and practical activities. Morning / afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered. This unit is from the HLT Health training package. For more information please visit www.cshisc.com.au

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2022 Dates
1st December

2023 Dates
April 5
August 8

COURSE OVERVIEW

 Provide Advanced Resuscitation and Oxygen Therapy builds on the knowledge and skills of provide first aid. It focuses on the use and operation of medical oxygen and associated equipment to patients who require it. This course includes Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Refresher training is recommended every 12 months

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Prepare resuscitation equipment ready for use
  • Apply bag and mask resuscitation techniques
  • Attach and operate an AED
  • Administer Oxygen
  • Operate suction equipment
  • Restore and maintain equipment ready for future use

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Emergency response team member
  • First Aider
This unit is appropriate for those working in:
  • General industry
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Aged care

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Participants must have previously completed HLTAID011 - Provide First Aid. Evidence is required upon enrolment. Enclosed footwear, wear suitable attire and bring with them a pen.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Provide Advanced Resuscitation is open to the public and can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered.

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates

23/24/25 July
28/29/30 October

COURSE OVERVIEW

Fire Safety Officer: This course is a compilation of 6 units of competency taken from the Public Safety Training Package to meet the requirements of NSW Health, for people to perform the role of Fire Safety Officer (FSO)

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be awarded with the following: Fire Safety Officer Certificate:
  • PUAFER001 - Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations
  • PUAFER002 - Ensure facility emergency prevention procedures, systems and processes are implemented
  • PUAFER004 - Respond to facility emergencies
  • PUAFER005 - Operate as part of an emergency control organisation
  • PUAFER006 - Lead an emergency control organisation
  • PUAFER008 - Confine small emergencies in facilities

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Fire Safety Officer
This course is appropriate for NSW Health Staff and employees

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, bring with them a pen/pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 3 days Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Fire Safety Officer is open to the public and can be delivered on our site or yours upon request. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

Dates available upon request

COURSE OVERVIEW

This recertification course will provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to maintain their current competency as a Fire Safety Officer, which is a requirement by NSW Health to undertake this training every 3 years Refresher training is recommended every 3 years

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be awarded with the following: Fire Safety Officer Certificate:
  • PUAFER001 - Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations
  • PUAFER002 - Ensure facility emergency prevention procedures, systems and processes are implemented
  • PUAFER004 - Respond to facility emergencies
  • PUAFER005 - Operate as part of an emergency control organisation
  • PUAFER006 - Lead an emergency control organisation
  • PUAFER008 - Confine small emergencies in facilities

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Fire Safety Officer NSW Health

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, evidence of having completed the initial Fire Safety Officer Course and a Pen / pencil

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Fire Safety Officer Recertifiation is open to the public and is available upon request. This course can be delivered at your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates

14 March
9 July
12 September
14 November

COURSE OVERVIEW

Work Health and Safety Committee Member covers the competency for applying general Work Health and Safety requirements when working in the usual workplace environment, excluding emergency incidents. This course is relevant to persons wishing to undertake a position on a Work Health and Safety Committee.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Follow workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control
  • Contribute to participative arrangements for the management of WHS

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Work health safety committee member
This unit is appropriate for those persons working in:
  • any industry / organisation

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, bring with them a pen

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm Work Health and Safety Committee Member is open to the public and is available upon request. This course can be delivered on our site or yours. Participants will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning / afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
26,27,28 Feb and 4, 5 March
20, 21, 22, 27, 28 May
14, 15, 16, 21, 22 October

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course is for Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) that have been elected to represent a workgroup(s) for their workplace under the NSW Work Health and Safety Act. It aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply the principles of workplace WHS conultation as an integral part of effective WHS management system (WHSMS) This course is an approved SafeWork NSW Course and meets the requirements of SafeWork NSW training package. Participants will need to complete all topics set out in the course guide provided by SafeWork NSW

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  •  Work Health and Safety Framework
  • Consultation, representation and participation
  • Role of the HSR in issue resolution and minimising risks
  • Inspections
  • Notifiable incidents and investigation
  • Provisional Improvement notices (PIN's)
  • Ceasing unsafe work

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, particpants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Health and Safety Representative
This course is appropriate for those working in:
  • General industry
  • Retail, hospitality, and aged care
  • Mining, manufacturing and construction

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, bring with them a pen

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 5 days Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm NSW HSR Rep is conducted on a frequent basis at the Academy and can be delivered at your site upon request. Morning / afternoon tea and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA Duration: 5 Days

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
6 March
30 May
24 October

COURSE OVERVIEW

Thus course is for Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) that have been elected to represent a workgroup(s) for their workplace under the Work Health and Safety Act. It aims to refresh participants knowledge and skills when applying the principles of workplace consultation as an integral part of an effective Safety Management Systems (SMS). This course is an approved Safework NSW Course and meets the requirements of Safework NSW training package. Participants will need to complete all topics as set out in the course guide provided by SafeWork NSW.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Work Health and Safety Framework Consultation, representation and participation Role of the HSR in issue resolution and minimising risks. Inspections, Notifiable incidents, and incident investigation, Provisional Improvement Notices (PINs) Ceasing Unsafe Work

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Health and Safety Representative
This is appropriate for those working in:
  • General Industry
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enclosed footwear, suitable attire and bring with them a pen/pencil. Participants must have previously completed the 5-day initial HSR course. Evidence must be provided prior to attending the course.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

Duration: 1 day Time: 9am to 4.30pm This course is conducted on a frequent basis at the academy and can be delivered at your site upon request. Conducted over a period of one day, learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning / afternoon tea/coffee and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

RPL is not offered.

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us, and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au

2024 Dates
27 February
22 May
20 August
5 November

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course is designed for those who have previously completed the initial spotters course and covers compliance with working safely up to the defined safe approach distance (SAD) near energised electrical apparatus, including electrical powerlines, for non-electrical workers. It includes work functions that may be performed, such as vegetation control, scaffolding, rigging, painting and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker. Also included is the preparation of risk assessment control measures that encompass job safety assessment. It does not include any work that is or may be performed by other competent operatives within the defined safe working zone. The defined safe working zone is that so defined by relevant state or territory regulatory agencies/bodies, local government legislation, industry bi-partite bodies, guidelines/codes of practices or other related requirements for safe work and access near live electrical and mechanical apparatus. The application of the skills and knowledge described in this unit may require a licence/registration to practice in the workplace subject to regulations for undertaking of electrical work. Other conditions may apply under state and territory legislative and regulatory licencing requirements which must be confirmed prior to commencing this unit.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Prepare to work safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
  • Carry out work safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
  • Complete work safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES

  Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to consider the following job roles:
  • Electricians
  • Safety observers
  • Member of an Emergency Response Team
This Unit is appropriate for those working in a operational role at worksites within:
  • Civil Construction
  • Mining
  • Drilling
  • Extractive Industries
  • General Industry and trades
  • Arborists
  • Council Workers

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Prior to enrolment in this course evidence must be provided that the participant has previously completed the initial spotters course. All participants are required to comply with site policies in relation to dress and safety when the course is not conducted at TTA. Participants should bring a pen/pencil.

DELIVERY AND DURATION

This Course is open to the public and is delivered at our purpose built facility over one day. This course is conducted upon request. Course start and finish times are flexible. Participants will be facilitated in a number of ways including both practical and theory activities. Face to Face training will be under the guidance of one of our qualified and experienced trainers who hold the relevant and up to date qualifications and Vocational Education. Morning and afternoon tea/coffee and lunch are provided when delivered at TTA.

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS

Due to the short nature of this course RPL is not offered

LEARNER SUPPORT

If you require special assistance, including language literacy, and numeracy please notify us and support services can be arranged. Students that require any special dietary requirements should contact the Academy prior to commencement of course so alternative arrangements can be made. A Student Handbook is available from this website and our office which provides students with training guidelines.  All students have the right to lodge an appeal or complaint in regard to the outcome of this unit. For further information please request a copy of our appeals & complaints procedure via administration. For further information visit our website at: www.thurgoonatraining.com.au