BSB51315 - Diploma of Work Health and Safety course develops the skills and knowledge required to work as a WHS practitioner in a wide variety of work health and safety contexts.
Students successfully completing the course will receive the BSB51315 - Diploma of Work Health and Safety.
Graduates of the BSB51315 – Diploma of Work Health and Safety course will be able to seek employment in the following areas:
- WHS Coordinators
- Health Safety Manager
This qualification will be delivered at Subiaco. It will be partially delivered on location of employment as part of a work based training arrangement.
Assessment of previous training/experience, if relevant, will be made as part of the application process. KIM will review each student's previous qualifications and/or skills and knowledge during the enrolment process to ensure that all students possess the characteristics to achieve the required rigour and depth of training and can meet all of the competency requirements in the current course time-frame.
The course is provided through a face to face delivery mode with a period of self-study and work based training required and assessments are conducted using written and practical assessment methods. While the course duration may vary from student to student, it is suggested that this course will be delivered and assessed over a 39 week period with students completing 31 weeks face-to-face training at Kinggdom Institute of Management and 8 weeks in the workplace.
International Students wishing to study at Kinggdom Institute of Management are required to satisfy minimum International Language English test requirements and provide evidence of the English test result as a part of the Enrolment process. View the table to the right for the minimum requirements.
Entry Requirements also include:
All core units in BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health
and Safety or equivalent competencies.
Equivalent competencies are predecessors to the
following units which have been mapped as equivalent:
+ BSBWHS402 Assist with compliance with WHS laws.
+ BSBWHS403 Contribute to implementing and
maintaining WHS consultation and participation
+ BSBWHS404 Contribute to WHS hazard
identification, risk assessment and risk control.
+BSBWHS405 Contribute to implementing and
maintaining WHS management systems.
+BSBWHS406 Assist with responding to incidents.
+ Tuition Fees: AUD$ 12,600
+ Application Fees (Non - Refundable): AUD$ 250
+ Material and Resource Fee: AUD$ 250
TOTAL: AUD$ 13,100
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|Core||BSBWHS502 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS522||Manage effective WHS consultation and participation processes|
|Core||BSBWHS503 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS513||Contribute to the systematic management of WHS risk|
|Core||BSBWHS504 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS504A||Manage WHS risks|
|Core||BSBWHS505 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS515||Investigate WHS incidents|
|Core||BSBWHS506 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS516||Contribute to developing, implementing and maintaining WHS management systems|
|Elective||BSBWHS510 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS520||Contribute to implementing emergency procedures|
|Elective||BSBINN601 Superseded and equivalent to BSBINN601B||Lead and manage organisational change|
|Elective||BSBWHS509 Superseded and equivalent to BSBWHS519||Facilitate the development and use of risk management tools|
For more information please download our Course Guide