Recent changes made by WorkSafe to some states' White Card terms & conditions may mean that you are no longer eligible to complete your New South Wales White Card course online in New South Wales.
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Express Online Training can enrol persons into nationally recognised courses who are from Australia or any other country, as long as they are not considered to be an “Overseas Student”.
This includes the following subclasses of visa:
“Overseas Students” can only enrol in nationally recognised courses with training organisations who are registered on CRICOS as specified in Section 8 of the ESOS Act. EOT is not registered on CRICOS and have no plans to register on CRICOS in the future.
Any person who is not an Australian citizen must have their visa status verified before they can enrol in any nationally recognised course. This check requires the submission of the person's passport/immiCard number and country of issuance, which is then verified automatically using the Department of Home Affairs' VEVO system.
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To complete this assessment you will need to have the following Learning, Language and Numeracy (LLN) skill levels:
If you are not sure whether your LLN skill levels meet these standards you can use our LLN Self-Assessment Tool.
If you feel you may need assistance with your training, or have any questions please contact us.
According to the Western Australia Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) Terms and Conditions, before any training organisation can issue any learner a WA Construction Induction Training Card (White card) we must obtain evidence that learners were located in Western Australia at the time of the assessment for this course.
Before being issued with a WA White Card learners will be required to provide one of the following types of evidence:
Learners can submit this easily by uploading a good quality photo or scan of their document to their EOT account.
According to the Queensland Office of Industrial Relations Terms and Conditions, before any training organisation can issue a learner a QLD Construction Induction Training Card (White card) via online training, we must obtain evidence that learner resides in Queensland, and at a distance of 100 kilometres or more from any RTO offering face to face delivery of the CPCCWHS1001 (White Card) course.
Before being issued with a QLD White Card, learners will be required to provide one of the following types of evidence:
Lodge your application by taking the following documentation to a Service Tasmania Shop and paying the appropriate fee:
EOT will provide you with the application form and the Statement of Attainment (certificate) upon successful completion of all the course requirements.
An application for a construction induction card must be made within 60 days after the issue of the training certificate.
Service Tasmania will review the documentation and forward it to WorkSafe for processing. If you do not receive your card within 60 days from lodgement, you will need to contact WorkSafe.
Under the Data Provision Requirements 2012, Express Online Training (EOT) is required to collect personal information about you and to disclose that personal information to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd (NCVER).
Your personal information (including the personal information contained on this enrolment form and your training activity data) may be used or disclosed by Express Online Training (EOT) for statistical,regulatory and research purposes. Express Online Training (EOT) may disclose your personal information for these purposes to third parties, including:
Personal information disclosed to NCVER may be used or disclosed for the following purposes:
You may receive an NCVER student survey which may be administered by an NCVER employee, agent or third party contractor. You may opt out of the survey at the time of being contacted.
NCVER will collect, hold, use and disclose your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), the VET Data Policy and all NCVER policies and protocols (including those published on NCVER's website at www.ncver.edu.au).
As of July 2019, new conditions from WorkSafe will affect your eligibility to complete the White Card course online.
If you enroll before July 19th 2019 you will have until September 6th 2019 to complete your course. If you do not complete your course in time you may not be eligible to re-enroll under the new conditions. Should you not complete your course before the cut off date, and are not eligible to enroll again, you will not be provided with a refund.
To check if you will be eligible to enroll in the online course after July 19th 2019
All staff and learners are expected to maintain high standards of academic honesty and integrity.
General misconduct is where a learner acts dishonestly, harasses other learners or staff, interferes with students or staff, prevents or disrupts the learning of others, disobeys/fails to comply with contractual or legal requirements, damages or steals EOT property or Intellectual Property (IP) or the property of others, alters, defaces or improperly accesses EOTs documents or records, prejudices the reputation of EOT or otherwise acts in an improper manner. General misconduct includes the misuse of any facility in a manner which is illegal or which is or will be detrimental to the rights or property of others. This includes the misuse, in any way, of any computing or communications equipment or capacity to which the learner has access.
Academic misconduct is defined as any attempt to cheat, falsify, plagiarise or otherwise act dishonestly in undertaking an assessment task, or assisting other learners to do so. This includes any attempt to gain advantage from unauthorised possession or use of EOTs learning or assessment materials or other intellectual property.
Learners may be accused of cheating if they seek to gain advantage by unfair means such as copying another students’ work, or in any way mislead or deceive a trainer/assessor about their knowledge, identity, ability, or the amount of original work they have done. Cheating can include collusion or plagiarism or any other method of presenting the work of another person without acknowledgment or referencing.
Cheating may also include breaching any process for undertaking assessment tasks, compromising the assessment activities of other learners, or impersonating a learner or facilitating a person to impersonate a learner in any assessment activity.
Any attempt or conspiracy to attempt academic misconduct is still academic misconduct, regardless of whether or not the attempt was successful.
For the purpose of assessment preparation and submission, learners are not permitted to work in collaboration with others.
Any person accused of misconduct are regarded as innocent of the alleged misconduct until they have either admitted to it or been found by proper inquiry to have so behaved.
Where general or academic misconduct has occurred by a learner, EOT will take disciplinary action. This action may include, but is not limited to:
Learners are notified in writing of penalties as a consequence of any misconduct. The grounds for appeal are:
Appeals must be lodged in writing with the Training Operations Manager by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org within 20 days of the date of the learner being notified of the penalty. The appeal process commences within 10 working days from the date of receipt of the learner’s appeal.
The process for making an appeal depends on the nature of the alleged misconduct and may require one or more of the following:
In the event that a learner has engaged in academic misconduct or general misconduct and the penalty includes cancellation of enrolment resulting in the learner being unable to receive the unit of competency, and/or exclusion from other EOT courses, EOT will review the offence to determine if there are grounds for a refund.
Whether or not a refund is granted is at the discretion of EOT. A decision will be made in line with EOT’s Refund Policy. If a refund is granted, EOT will deduct an administration fee from the refund amount for time and resources used in providing administrative support services to the learner. The administration fee is 50% of the course(s) and any other relevant fees (current 01/01/2019).
The AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY REGULATION UPDATE SERVICE monitors the relevant industry skills councils, state and federal regulators, and associations and other relevant stakeholders. Information on the latest changes to laws, regulations, requirements and fines are then provided to workers in a concise, easy to understand format via INDUSTRY.HELP AUSTRALIA.
Over 30,000 new members every month sign up with INDUSTRY.HELP AUSTRALIA in order to stay current on important information, saving them time, effort and reducing their risk.
Express Online Training is able to offer its students a special deal where you can access INDUSTRY.HELP free for one month, as well as receive a heavily discounted membership rate.
If you need to complete your Audio Assessment urgently you can call in and complete the final questions with an assessor.
You can call to speak to an assessor at 02 9119 2287 or +612 9119 2287 during business hours.