TCP Training

Welcome to TCP Training

TCP Training understands that businesses have different training needs. That's why they offer a range of flexible training options catering to both individuals and companies. They work closely with small and large businesses, including government clients, to develop and deliver customised training specific to the needs of each organisation.

All of the courses are delivered by accredited trainers whose industry-based knowledge, experience and skills remain relevant to the various industries in which they come from. They are committed to providing high standards of training in an atmosphere that enables participants to achieve the best possible outcome. Training can also be customized to suit an organisation’s specific requirements, allowing minimal down-time for staff at either TCP TRAINING centres or workplace.

On-site training can be tailored to the specific requirements of businesses, and can be conducted at times that suit the busy schedules of employees. Training outside of normal business hours is also available upon request. This flexibility ensures that businesses can get the most out of their training investment, and that employees can acquire the skills they need to be successful in their roles.

TCP Training is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID 91118) formed in 2001, with training centres in Sydney and Melbourne.


White Card Course (NSW & Victoria) (Face to face)

The White Card (NSW) course is essential for anyone wanting to work within the construction industry. The course covers the basic knowledge required for WHS prior to commencing work tasks. After successfully completing the course, students will be given a Statement of Training. The SafeWork NSW White Card will be posted to the student's address within 60 days.

  • Course Units: CPCCWHS1001
  • Job Roles: Construction Work
  • Pre-requisites: Nil

The White Card course (VIC) is designed to raise awareness of best practices to eliminate risks that cause injuries and fatalities in the workplace. The course covers a range of topics including identifying hazards, managing risks, and undertaking work safely. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a WorkSafe VIC White Card which must be renewed every three years.

  • Course Units: CPCCWHS1001
  • Job Roles: General Construction Roles
  • Pre-requisites: Nil

Asbestos Awareness (Online)

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that has been used extensively in a variety of industries because of its resistance to heat, chemical degradation and electrical conductivity. Despite its beneficial properties, asbestos is a known human carcinogen, and exposure to asbestos fibers can cause mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other serious diseases.

This course will teach you all about asbestos: what it is, how to identify it, why it's dangerous, and what laws are in place concerning its use. You'll also learn the basics of best practices for safe asbestos removal.

This course is delivered in line with the model Code of Practice, developed by Safe Work Australia. The Code of Practice provides guidance on how to manage the risks associated with using asbestos and asbestos-containing material (ACM) in the workplace. Its aim is to minimise the occurrence of diseases related to asbestos exposure.

Manual Handling (Online)

This course will help you understand what risks come with performing manual handling tasks, and how to follow the proper procedures to minimize those risks.

During this Manual Handling training online, employees will learn about:

  • The different types of manual tasks, including hazardous tasks.
  • How to perform manual tasks safely.
  • How to reduce the risk of injury when performing manual tasks.

Incident Investigation (Online)

This course provides an overview of the legal requirements when reporting and investigating incidents. It will give students the knowledge and practical advice needed to conduct an incident investigation efficiently.

During this Incident Investigation training online, employees will learn about the definitions and differences between an incident, dangerous incident and serious illness or injury from the perspective of health and safety in the workplace. The processes they should follow should an incident or injury occur. Additionally, they will learn how to identify hazards that could be potential causes for incidents that could lead to illness or injury. Furthermore, they will learn how to avoid further incidents occurring by recommending appropriate corrective actions.

Occupational Health and Safety Fundamentals Course (Online)

This course has been developed to provide an understanding of some of the issues relating to health and safety that employees may face in the workplace. The course has been designed to provide training for staff working in Australia subject to the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.

This course will provide an understanding of the different levels of safety responsibilities in the workplace, the Occupational Health and Safety risk management process, and what can be expected in the workplace in relation to health and safety. Once successfully completed, learners will be issued with a Certificate of Completion for the online Occupational Health and Safety Fundamentals course. Certificates are issued by TCP Training Pty Ltd (RTO ID 91118).

Note: Most of TCP Training’s OHS/WHS courses are Nationally Recognised but check before purchasing if this is critical for you.

Face to face vs. Online learning course

When it comes to learning, there is no one-size-fits-all method. Some students prefer to learn independently, while others prefer to be in a more structured environment. However, face-to-face learning has been shown to be an effective way to learn knowledge and skills. This is because it often combines different ways of learning, such as writing, reading, discussion, presentations, projects, group work, film clips and demonstration. This allows students to learn in a way that best suits their needs and preferences. In addition, face-to-face learning provides opportunities for students to receive feedback and support from their peers and instructors.

An online learning course is one you take online using a computer, without being with a teacher or other students in a classroom. You have greater flexibility and can study from home. However, this also means you need to be more disciplined and motivated since you will not have someone physically present to remind and guide you. Most courses don’t need you to be online at a certain time of day or night, but you must actively participate in the course during the course time frame. This can be done through reading materials, discussions, group work and submitting assignments.

When it comes to the world of online learning versus face-to-face learning, the biggest differences have always been in terms of fostering connection and collaboration between learners. With the abrupt stop of face-to-face learning delivery, learning and development professionals have lost the positive social impact that comes with in-person interaction. While this is a valid concern, it's important to remember that the digital world offers its own opportunities for connection and collaboration. In-person social interaction does have a richness that might be hard to replicate online, but when it comes to the corporate world, online learning can be just as effective.

When it comes to education, one question that has always been debated is whether online or face-to-face learning is better. Each option has its own advantages. To better understand the two, it is important to highlight some crucial features of face-to-face learning, which are different in online learning.

One of the first differences is the setting in which the learning takes place. When learning face-to-face, students are in a physical classroom with their peers and teacher. This type of learning requires students to be present at a specific time and place. Online learning, on the other hand, can take place anytime and anywhere as long as the student has access to a computer and the internet.

Advantages of Online learning

  1. It is more affordable and saves time
  2. It is more scalable
  3. Access to training courses on your own terms
  4. Learning at your own pace with no meeting time
  5. More consistent than face to face learning
  6. Delivered by different instructors with same level of quality

Advantages of Face to face learning

  1. Face to face interaction with learning instructor
  2. Enables more effective non-verbal communication
  3. Ability to motivate, inspire and engage
  4. Ability to discuss, collaborate, practice and role play


TCP Training

Level 7, Dymocks Building

428 George St, Sydney NSW 2000