The TAS White Card course is a mandatory requirement for anyone who wants to work in the construction industry.
Our informative and engaging course allows you to complete it at your own pace. Simply, save, exit and pick up from where you last left the White Card training.
|Card Issued||Tasmania White Card (Must Reside in Tasmania to Receive the White Card)|
|PPE||Required PPE: a hard hat, high-visibility retro-reflective vest, safety glasses and ear plugs/muffs.|
|Duration||2 - 6 hours depending on prior knowledge.|
Receiving your White Card:
Once the assessment and verification is complete, you can access your Statement of Attainment online. Blue Dog training will email students a link to the current WorkSafe Tasmania Construction Induction Card Application Form, which is to be completed and returned to a Service Tasmania Outlet in person. The student must also bring their Statement of Attainment and current proof of identity.
Flexible Online Training - Complete when and where it suits you:
Blue Dog Training’s online White Card TAS course enables Tasmanian learners to complete a general construction induction course to receive a White Card in a fully online training program.
The construction White Card TAS course utilises informative videos and audio, with questions to test your understanding, to deliver all the information required to be prepared for work on site. Start now and only pay when you have completed the online assessment.
Requirements:You will need the following things to complete the White Card course:
When considering completing an online White Card course it is important to understand what is allowed in your state.
White Card Issued:
|Online Course||White Card Issued|
|White Card TAS||Tasmania White Card (Nationally Recognised)|
Tasmania White Card:
The Tasmanian state government allows the issuing of White Cards through online courses provided by registered RTOs. However Tasmania White Cards are required to be obtained in person in Tasmania.
White Card Expiry:
Please note that a White Card ceases to be current if the card holder has not worked in the Construction Industry for two years or more.
Blue Dog Training is the original provider of White Cards. We have built a reliable, multi-award-winning reputation on the back of our innovative course and excellent customer service. Some of the benefits of using Blue Dog are:
The White Card course (CPCCWHS1001 - Prepare to work safely in the construction industry) is a mandatory requirement for anyone who wants to work in the construction industry.
Yes. As of December 4th 2017, additional assessment requirements were added to the White Card course in response to changes to mandatory Government legislation.
All White Cards are mutually recognised in each state of Australia. However it is recommended you check with your employer if your white card has been issued from another state
We require one form of photographic identification such as a current and valid copy of:
Three other forms of identification such as:
The course is designed as a six hour program. It is a self-paced course and if you have previous experience you can move through the course quickly.
You can start and stop your training as many times as you like and your completed work will be recorded ready for your next visit.
Blue Dog Training offers online assistance at all stages of the course. Clients with reading difficulties can use the unique Blue Dog Training audio capability. Audio is available for all learning resources and assessments items. Receiving assistance from anyone other than Blue Dog Training staff is prohibited.
You can complete a Tasmanian White Card Course through Blue Dog Training, but unfortunately we cannot issue the replacement cards for Tasmania. You can contact Service Tasmania on 1300 366 322 to enquire about replacing your White Card.
The old Blue Card is still valid as long as the holder has not been out of the construction industry for a period of two years or more.
We will post your White Card the same business day you complete your course.
Your White Card will not expire, however if you have been out of the construction industry for a period of two years or more you will need to redo the course.