Why choose this chief warden training course?
Our state-of-the-art training aims to empower participants with advanced expertise and understanding through an accessible format. By incorporating a variety of proven training techniques, we guarantee an optimal learning experience. These techniques include:
Does this course meet the requirements of Australian Standard 3745-2010 ' Planning for Emergencies in Facilities '?
Yes. It will provide participants with the skills for persons who are required to perform the role of chief warden. The training covers the responsibilities of a chief at their workplace, meeting the requirements of Australian standard 3745–2010. The course is designed for persons who perform the role of chief or deputy, who operate as part of an emergency control organisation, controlling workplace emergencies. The training conducted applies to all workplaces in Australia.
Is this a nationally recognised training (vocational education) course
No. You should check with your workplace to determine what training they require prior to enrolling with us. Nationally Recognised Training (NRT), also known as vocational training, is not legally required in any Australian state or territory for chief warden training.
For more information, see our article on the legal requirements for each state and territory or browse by your region below:
- New South Wales (NSW) including Sydney
- Victoria (VIC) including Melbourne
- Queensland (QLD) including Brisbane
- Western Australia (WA) including Perth
- South Australia (SA) including Adelaide
- Tasmania (TAS) including Hobart
- Northern Territory (NT) including Darwin
- Australian Capital Territory (ACT) including Canberra
Once you have successfully completed the course, you will be given a certificate of completion; however, a statement of attainment (vocational qualification) will not be given.
Is this course suitable for a Chief and Deputy Chief Warden?
Yes. This course is suitable and will meet the training requirements to provide the skills that any Chief and Deputy Chief Warden will need. With our course’s unique focus on learning principles, particular attention will be placed on meeting the requirements to lead an emergency control organisation that equally apply to both roles.