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Advanced Diploma of Work Health and Safety

Experienced Work Health and Safety Practitioners can apply their existing skills and be awarded an Advanced Diploma of Work Health and Safety.

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Overview

BSB60619 Advanced Diploma of Work Health and Safety

Are you an experienced Work Health and Safety Practitioner? Have your skills recognised and receive this qualification through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply advanced practical knowledge and skills to coordinate, facilitate and maintain a work health and safety (WHS) program. It is suited to those who possess significant work health and safety skills and knowledge; and wish to consolidate and build pathways to further educational and/or employment opportunities.

At this level it is likely you will:

  • Coordinate, facilitate and maintain the WHS program in an organisation
  • Apply legislation framework applicable to WHS
  • Conduct a WHS audit
  • Evaluate and facilitate the WHS performance of an organisation
  • Develop, implement and maintain WHS management systems
  • Apply safe design principles to control WHS risks
  • Implement WHS risk management strategies
  • Apply occupational hygiene to manage WHS hazards and risks

Course Outcomes

One course offers many courses of action and pathways for you. This qualification is Release 1 and is the most up-to-date qualification available.

Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive an Advanced Diploma of Work Health and Safety (BSB60619).

Likely job titles of those suited to RPL for this qualification include:

Entry Requirements

You must hold all BSB51319 Diploma of Work Health and Safety core units or equivalent competencies before entering this qualification.

Equivalent competencies are predecessors to four of the following units, which have been mapped as equivalent. Note: BSBWHS519 is new to the core of the Diploma, equivalent to its previous version, and a requirement for entry into the Advanced Diploma.

  • BSBWHS513 Lead WHS risk management
  • BSBWHS515 Lead initial response to and investigate WHS incidents
  • BSBWHS516 Contribute to developing, implementing and maintaining an organisation’s WHS management system
  • BSBWHS519 Lead the development and use of WHS risk management tools
  • BSBWHS522 Manage WHS consultation and participation processes.

It is also expected that you:

  • Have completed a Diploma qualification in related fields of study and at least 2 years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience in a supervisory or management capacity.
  • Have completed a Certificate III or IV qualification in related fields of study and at least 3 years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience in a supervisory or management capacity.
  • Have at least 5 years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience in a supervisory or management capacity.

Take our Free Skills Assessment today to find out if you are a good candidate for this qualification! On receipt of your free skills assessment we will determine your eligibility and advise you via email if you are a good candidate. You can then opt to proceed with your enrolment.

What will I need to provide to enrol?

The minimum requirement to confirm your course enrolment is to provide us with a Unique Student Identifier and payment.

You will also need to complete your enrolment form and upload photo ID.

Complete Enrolment Form

Please be advised we are unable to train students on a student visa. You must find a CRICOS registered training provider.

Units of Competency

To be awarded this qualification you must show competency in a total of 11 units.
5 Core and 6 Electives.

Core Units

  • BSBWHS612 Develop and implement a strategy to support a positive WHS culture
  • BSBWHS613 Evaluate the WHS performance of an organisation
  • BSBWHS614 Conduct a WHS audit under the guidance of a lead auditor
  • BSBWHS616 Apply safe design principles to control WHS risks
  • BSBWHS617 Apply ergonomics to manage WHS risks

Elective Units*

  • BSBCOM603 Plan and establish compliance management systems
  • BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
  • BSBWHS631 Apply occupational hygiene principles to manage WHS risks
  • BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change
  • BSBMGT608 Manage innovation and continuous improvement
  • BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans

*Alternative elective units may be available upon request. To view the full list of elective units available for this qualification please visit training.gov.au

Delivery Options

This qualification is only available through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Contact us for a Free Skills Assessment to determine your suitability to undertake this qualification. This will be sent to our RPL Facilitator who will assess your eligibility and can provide you with recommendations for suitable RPL pathways that match your skills and experience.

If you are deemed a good candidate for RPL for this qualification, a non-refundable 50% deposit will be required to proceed with your RPL with full payment required before a certificate is issued.

For each unit of competency, candidates will be given the option to demonstrate competency through a combination of any of the following:

  • Written or verbal questions demonstrating the required knowledge
  • Case studies or practical activities demonstrating the required skills
  • Projects based on a real or simulated workplace
  • Portfolio of evidence which may include:
    • Prior qualifications, both accredited and non-accredited
    • Employment history such as position descriptions and performance appraisals
    • Industry appointments such as board and committee roles
    • Publications and journals
    • Samples of work and other relevant documents, photos, videos, etc.
    • Testimonials and other references from verifiable sources

Each candidate is assessed individually. Our assessment team will validate the evidence supplied and conduct mapping against the evidence requirements for each unit. Where required, assessors will request additional evidence and provide guidance on suitable types of evidence for the candidate to supply.

Time frames for completion of your RPL

Students are required to submit the requested evidence for assessment by Asset College within 3 months of paying their deposit. If requested evidence cannot be supplied within this time frame a $50 extension fee will be applied.

Pathways

After completing this course you may wish to further your studies with:

Course Fees

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Total investment: $3450

First payment: $850

To enrol in RPL, the initial fee payable prior to commencement will comprise an enrolment fee plus the first unit fee. This is non-refundable.

After an initial assessment, an RPL training plan will be created outlining the units that can be recognised and any gap training required. The training plan will identify the payment schedule.

Payment Options

  • EFTPOS
  • Credit Card (MasterCard, Visa & Amex)
  • Direct Deposit
  • PayPal (selected locations only)
  • Debit Success Direct Deposit

Through Debit Success Direct Deposit, it can take up to 4 days for the first installment to come through to our team – depending on when you set your installment repayments to start. So, after signing up for your course it is likely you will need to wait a couple of days before you can begin training.

ZipMoney Interest Free Terms

3 Months Interest Free $200 – $500
6 Months Interest Free $501 – $1500
12 Months Interest Free $1501 +

Click here for further information on course fees, refunds and payment terms.

Testimonial

“Mark and the team at Asset College are extremely experienced in the RPL process and provide a quality and efficient service for RPL qualifications. They are first point of contact when I require recognition of my prior learning and life skills.”
Graeme Jeffers