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Learning Dimensions Network (LDN) is a proud recipient of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding.

You may be eligible for a $2700 subsidy towards the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety if you work within the QLD building and construction industry or are unemployed but have worked in the industry in the past 4 years.

CSQ is an independent, not-for-profit, industry-funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices, trainees and career seekers in the building and construction industry. They provide funding to reduce the financial obstacle to training, making upskilling an affordable option for many more individuals in the construction industry.

These subsidised places are available to eligible participants who work or are currently unemployed but have worked ‘on the tools’, ‘in the field’, or in relevant clerical, administration and professional roles as part of the building and construction industry in Queensland. You can be a sole trader, part-time employee, contractor, or even if you work full-time with one of the large construction companies or local councils.

If you’re considering upskilling in safety and you meet the eligibility criteria, you may be able to receive support from CSQ who will subsidise $2700 towards the cost of the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety leaving a gap fee of $295 for you to pay.

Eligibility criteria for CSQ subsidised training.

You may be eligible if you are:

  • An Australian or New Zealand citizen, permanent resident, a Visa holder with relevant permission to work.
  • Employed in Queensland within the Building & Construction Industry.
  • Self-employed in the Queensland Building and Construction Industry.
  • Unemployed for up to 4 years, but have previously worked in the Queensland Building and Construction Industry.

CSQ Subsidised Program Details

  • BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

  • NEXT PROGRAM DATES – BOOK NOW!

    Contractors and workplace safety (2 days): 11 & 12 July 2024
    Monitor and review WHS processes and systems (2 days): 1 & 2 August 2024
    Best practice incident investigation (2 days): 22 & 23 August 2024
    A leader’s role in workplace safety (2 days): TBC.

    Note: If these dates don’t work for you, contact us for upcoming dates for each module. You can start the program on any block.

  • TIMES EACH DAY
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  • CSQ Subsidised Funded Places*:
    Full qualification (all 4 modules) $295* AUD

    *Note: The full fee for the program is $2995 AUD. CSQ subsidises $2700 of the program cost for eligible participants in the Queensland building and construction industry who meet the eligibility criteria.
    GST does not apply to accredited training.

    Have a question? Email us here.

Frequently Asked  Questions

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ), is an independent, not-for-profit, industry-funded organisation that operates in Queensland. Their primary objective is to support employers, workers, apprentices, trainees, and career seekers and promote a skilled and knowledgeable workforce in Queensland’s building and construction industry.
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Subsidised places are available to eligible participants who work or are currently unemployed but have worked ‘on the tools’, ‘in the field’, or in relevant clerical, administration and professional roles as part of the building and construction industry in Queensland. You can be a sole trader, part-time employee, contractor, or even if you work full-time with one of the large construction companies or local councils.
Want to check if you qualify?
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If the eligibility criteria are met, participants will only need to pay a $295 fee to cover the gap between the generous CSQ subsidy of $2700 and the full course fee of $2995.

This program is eight days of training with a live facilitator, over Zoom, broken into 4 x 2-day modules over 3 months. This means you or your team can undertake this program from anywhere you have a reliable internet connection and cut down on travel costs and time away from work.

When you have completed the 8 days of training, submitted all assessments and have been deemed competent, you will gain the nationally recognised BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Workplace Dimensions is a Registered Training Organisation RTO.122052.

You’ll learn with a live facilitator, in real-time, with a group of other participants who you will interact with, just like being in a workshop together. We run the program over the Zoom platform and we’ll support you to get set up. All you’ll need is a reliable internet connection and a computer that has a webcam and a microphone.

  • Comply with legal obligations:
    Uphold your legal responsibilities under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 Queensland by providing your team with comprehensive WHS training. By equipping them with the necessary knowledge, you ensure compliance with statutory requirements and industry standards. This proactive approach mitigates risks, minimises workplace incidents, and prioritises the well-being of your valued workforce.
  • Elevate your workplace culture:
    Investing in the professional development of your team demonstrates your commitment to their growth and safety. This fosters a positive workplace culture, boosts morale, and enhances employee loyalty and retention.
  • Increase efficiency and productivity:
    A well-trained workforce operates in a safer and more productive environment. Empower your team with the skills to identify and address potential hazards, leading to fewer disruptions, enhanced efficiency, and timely project completion.
  • Enhance your reputation and business opportunities:
    Prioritising workplace health and safety not only builds trust among clients, partners, and stakeholders but also sets you apart from the competition. Strengthen your reputation for safety and unlock new business opportunities.
  • Cost savings and long-term value:
    By investing in WHS training, you can significantly reduce workers’ compensation claims, insurance premiums, and potential legal expenses. Creating a safe working environment also minimises disruptions and downtime, saving your business valuable time and resources.

The learning component of the program is eight days of training with a live facilitator, over Zoom, broken into 4 x 2-day modules over 3 months. This means you or your team can undertake this program from anywhere you have a reliable internet connection and cut down on travel costs and time away from work. You will need to attend all sessions, complete a workplace task in between each session and need to be deemed competent in all your assessments to gain the qualification.

When you have completed the 8 days of training, submitted all assessments and have been deemed competent, you will gain the nationally recognised BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Workplace Dimensions is a Registered Training Organisation RTO.122052.

You’ll learn with a live facilitator, in real-time, with a group of other participants who you will interact with, just like being in a workshop together. We run the program over the Zoom platform and we’ll support you to get set up. All you’ll need is a reliable internet connection and a computer that has a webcam and a microphone.

We have limited subsidised places for this opportunity. As long as participants meet the CSQ eligibility criteria, multiple people from one workplace can undertake the program.

Anyone can undertake this qualification in our public programs as a fee-paying participant for $2995. You can even undertake an individual module of the program to upskill in a specific area.
Find out more and book here.

Yes! Our sister division Safety Dimensions can offer customised safety programs for your workplace tailored to your specific industry and requirements. See here >>

Want this program customised for your workplace and industry?
Let’s talk.

Call us on 03 9510 0477.