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10675NAT Course in Asbestos Awareness - Melbourne

  • $227.00


Welcome to the 10675NAT Course in Asbestos Awareness Nationally Recognised Training in Canberra.

About this course

Training Provider: AlertForce (RTO 91826)

Location: Canberra or Sydney (AlertForce Training rooms)

(or on location Nationally)

Course length: 4 hours

Time: Varies

Can you do Asbestos Awareness Training Nationally Recognised online?

In short self paced is not available although delivery via webinar is currently approved. This makes it convenient if you need training in Melbourne and can not physically get to a training room in Canberra.

Background

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 states that asbestos awareness training must be completed by all persons who work in fields that involve exposure to asbestos. The 10675NAT Course in Asbestos Awareness Training is required for all professionals who have been working in ACT for more than a year. This course is required in addition to White Card Training.

The ACT-approved 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness Training Course is the current course. It replaces The 10314NAT Course in Asbestos Awareness as the standard to learn how to identify asbestos.

What training is required to be asbestos-aware?

Individuals must successfully complete the 10675NAT Course in Asbestos awareness in order to satisfy the ACT training requirements. As a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU), it's your responsibility to make sure that your workers have been trained by an approved training provider.

If you think that you or your employees will be exposed to asbestos-containing products (ACM), you should contact a trained training company. Also, keep a record of who was trained and when. The ACT is required for all persons entering a building site. This is similar to the white card in most states. No prerequisites are required to attend the 10675NAT Course in Asbestos awareness. The only requirement is to be able read, understand, or converse in English. An accredited translator may be hired to help if an individual is unable read or write English. The training organisation may not normally provide translators so this will need to be discussed if a requirement

How is the Training Delivered?

Online asbestos awareness training courses are not available. The 10675NAT Course is delivered face-to-face or via webinar. This course in asbestos awareness should also be delivered by a qualified training institution approved by ACT Worksafe .

The courses are typically completed in less than 4 hours. The company that offers the course and the number students will determine the length.

Our training partner, AlertForce has been authorised by ASQA. This course is offered nationally by the license holders of 10675NAT Unit of competency.

Why are you required to complete an Asbestos Awareness Training?

ACT and Canberra-based workers are required to take the 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness Course. To be able to work on building sites, workers need to take the 10675Nat Asbestos Awareness Course. Exposure to asbestos can increase your risk of developing an inflammatory lung condition called asbestosis. This condition can cause permanent lung damage and shortness in breath. It may increase the chance of developing lung carcinoma. Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011 require that the proper information, training and instruction are given to assist in the identification of asbestos. This is currently fulfilled by the approved training course, 10675NAT Class in Asbestos Awareness.

No acceptance of training completed prior January 2008 will be given to training previously done. Training that was given between January 2008-June 2014 must have been done through an accredited registered training institution. If the training course fails to meet these requirements then training in the 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness Course will be required.

The purpose and intent of the training course are to reduce the risks to health and safety from asbestos exposure. The Minister's declaring of occupations lists a wide range of occupations where workers can reasonably be exposed. All workers with an occupation in Minister's declaration must take the training. Aside from builders and plumbers bricklayers, stonemasons architects, AC mechanics civil engineers scaffolders and roof tilers all need to complete the asbestos awareness course.

How Much Does Asbestos Awareness Training in 10675NAT cost?

The average cost for the 10675NAT Course of Asbestos Awareness training can vary depending upon the company offering the course and the location. The typical cost for this course in Canberra is $227. Brisbane residents may pay anywhere from $220 to $250. It is not required for all workers, however it is becoming more popular outside Canberra.

These prices are for the most part average. Numerous companies offer discounts for group training. A group discount might be possible for six or more workers who take the 10675NATCourse to Asbestos Awareness Training Course.

Some individuals may be eligible to receive a partial return through the ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund. For this refund to be granted, the applicant must make a claim. It is usually issued after the course has ended.

Can my business get training funding?

Training funding will be available to eligible businesses that are directly related to the construction industry in the ACT. AlertForce will be able arrange for this on your behalf if you meet the eligibility criteria. Visit the Training Fund Authority site to learn more or to talk about your staff eligibility.

What will you gain from the completion of the 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness Course

The 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness Course was created to help workers learn how to identify and recognise asbestos. This course does NOT address the removal and encapsulation.

Participants should know the potential dangers and health risks associated to asbestos by the time they complete the course. Lung damage also known as asbestosis is the main risk associated with asbestos exposure. Asbestos exposure increases the risk that you will develop lung cancer. The 10675NAT Course is also about asbestos awareness training. Participants also learn the best places to find asbestos and the common materials that contain it.

Asbestos was not banned in Australia until December 2003. However, asbestos is no longer used in domestic construction materials since the 1980s. Although asbestos is no longer being used, it is still common to find in commercial and domestic properties that were built before the ban. Asbestos could be used in a variety of construction materials. It was an affordable material. In older buildings, asbestos may be present in the insulation, tiles wallboards gutters downspouts flashing plaster cement and vinyl flooring.

There may be asbestos in elevator equipment including brake shoes. Alternate properties could also have asbestos-containing areas such as electrical panel partitions or cooling towers.

The training course also discusses the safety procedures required to treat asbestos once it's been identified. In most cases, asbestos must first be reported to the appropriate authorities and encapsulated by a qualified company.

PCBUs can make sure that asbestos awareness training is completed on a building site.

What Accreditation are You Going to Get?

The 10675NAT Course In Asbestos Awareness is over. An assessment is done to see if you are able to comprehend the information. Passing this assessment will result in a Nationally Recognised Declaration of Attainment.

Before you enter a building site, it is important to be trained in asbestos awareness. Employers need to make sure that workers have access. The current course approved by ACT is 10675NAT Class in Asbestos Awareness. These courses are not online, but are offered by certified training organisations.

We recommend that CPCCDE3014A be completed if you're not in Canberra. This allows you to have more flexibility. See our courses on asbestos awareness here. You can also complete a variety of asbestos courses online.