Smart move, because there are so many career paths available to you. And more and more employers are looking for people with safety qualifications.
But what if you could get a safety qualification with more? One that gives you the skills to build your career in rail and construction? If that sounds good, you’re in the right place.
At Alium Works we create pathways to success for people like you. That’s why with our safety courses you get:
1-on-1 career coaching
Get clear and confident on where you’re heading with a 1-on-1 call
Boost your skills
Get support through our weekly live coaching calls
Career building tools
With 3 months free access to our Award-winning Pathway Program
The right start
With a welcome call to answer your questions and set you up for success
Alan wanted to work in a project team and decided to start his career as a Rail Protection Officer. He completed his Diploma in Work Health and Safety, then successfully applied for a Safety Coordinator role in a multi Billion dollar project delivery team using his qualification.
Liz is currently working in child care and wants to change her career path. Her ultimate aim is to become a train driver, but she knows there’s a lot of competition. Liz enrolled in a Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety to give her the edge when she’s applying because she knows safety is so important in the rail industry. She is now starting her transition from child care into a role in the rail industry, with the future goal of moving into a high paying train driver role.
Temitope arrived in Australia with a background as a medical first responder dealing with emergencies. Despite his qualifications and experience, he found it hard to get a job. Temitope decided to undertake a Certificate IV in Work Health And Safety and has now moved into a Safety Role delivering multi million dollar projects with a global company.
A safety qualification helps you to get ahead in a range of careers across multiple industries in occupations like:
- Human Resources
- Project Management
- Project Delivery
And if you’re reading this thinking, “I have no idea what I want or where to start”, we’ve got your back. With our safety qualifications, you get bonus career coaching and access to our award-winning Pathway Program
In this Rail specific Cert IV WHS course, you’ll learn how to contribute to a safe work environment by
- BSBWHS412 Assist with workplace compliance with WHS laws
- BSBWHS413 Contribute to implementation and maintenance of WHS consultation and participation processes
- BSBWHS414 Contribute to WHS risk management
- BSBWHS415 Contribute to implementing WHS management systems
- BSBWHS416 Contribute to workplace incident response
(all students are to complete these 5 electives)
- BSBWHS418 Assist with managing WHS compliance of contractors
- BSBINS401 Analyse and present research information
- BSBWRT411 Write complex documents
- BSBSTR401 Promote innovation in team environment
- BSBSUS411 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
It’s all of the career building resources cadets have access to, available online, with experienced mentor support.
The Pathway Program is your step-by-step pathway to success in the career you want. You’ll get 3 months worth of free access as part of your enrolment in the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety or Diploma in Work Health and Safety.
You’ll have 12 months to complete your course with access to all the online resources you need. As part of a small online group you’ll get support from one of our experienced trainers when you need it.
As an Alium Works student, you also get access to our award-winning Pathway Program. It gives you the building blocks to a successful career with online masterclasses and mentor support.
First up: time. You need to put in the work to achieve your qualification, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. It’s estimated you’ll need 10 hours per week to complete this course in the full 12 months allowed. You may choose to complete the course earlier if you wish, by putting in extra hours.
- To be 18 years or older
- To be able to carry out research and present information
- Good computer skills including the ability to use office programs and navigate the internet
- Your own laptop or desktop computer with:
- Ability to add video streaming software (e.g. Zoom)
- Ability to use Microsoft Office or Google Office applications
- Access to view PDFs
- A stable internet connection
If you want to apply for RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) please let us know when you fill out the application form.
Need to book in a group?
Who is course this for?
Anyone who wants to get ahead in a rail or construction career, those who want to build a career in safety, supervisors and leaders, HR professionals and small business owners.
How do I get started?
Fill out the details below and one of our team members will give you a call back
We’ll also take you through a short Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment
How does payment work?
You’ll pay in full when you apply for the course. As part of your application, we’ll take you through a short Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment. If you don’t pass the LLN assessment we’ll issue you with a full refund.
Click here for full details on our schedule of fees.
How is the training delivered?
Training is delivered online via our Alium Works online learning portal where you’ll access your lessons, quizzes, activities and assessments.
What if I miss a lesson?
All lessons are available through our online learning portal, so you can catch up a time that suits you.
What do I need to join these courses?
How can I get help and support when I need it?
We offer small group training to make sure you get the help you need when you need it. Our trainers are available to help you via phone and email
What if I want to enrol but don’t want to work in rail
Safety Qualifications are transferable meaning that you can still apply what you’ve learnt here to other industries
How is this course different to a generic Work Health and Safety Course
For starters, it is industry specific meaning when you start your career in rail, you will be familiar with some of the requirements and terminology. All activities, assessments and case studies are rail specific. By completing the course you will gain an in depth understanding of the difference between the Rail Safety Act and the Work Health and Safety Act and; how it is applied in the work place
Are there any prerequisites?
To enrol in the Diploma in Work Health and Safety, you must have completed these 5 core subjects from the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
How do I find out more about the Diploma in Work Health and Safety?
Click here to read the full details.
When do I get my 1-on-1 career coaching call?
After enrolling you’ll be given bonus access to our Pathway Program where you’ll get your career coaching call.
How long do I have to complete my WHS course?
You have a maximum of 12 months to complete the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, with a maximum of 18 months allowed for the Diploma in Work Health and Safety. If you wish you can complete both of these courses earlier.
Do you offer group pricing for 5 or more enrolments?
Yes, we do. Talk to our friendly team to find out more.
What’s the Pathway Program?
All of our WHS course students receive access to our award-winning, career building Pathway Program – click here to find out more.
Do you offer a payment plan?
Yes we do! Just choose ‘humm’ when you enrol to buy now and pay later.