Working in the construction industry? Here’s how to take your career to the next level.
Let Rose Training help take your budding career that extra step further
We live in a fast-moving, rapidly changing society, so the benefits of undertaking extra training to progress your career cannot be underestimated, no matter which industry you work in.
To stay at top of your game, and make the most of your chosen job path, sometimes you need to take a step back and build on your talents before you can move forward.
That extra course could mean giving you the edge you need for that promotion or brand new position.
Lifelong learning and a willingness to improve yourself is a valuable investment both in the short and long term.
Life’s too short not to become the best version of yourself, so that you can build a career that you enjoy and take pride in.
Education in all its forms is invaluable and with the advent of the internet, external and adaptable study options mean that there’s no excuse not to try and shape the future you’ve been dreaming of.
Are you ready to take the next step?
Career development is especially relevant to those employed in the field of construction as workplace health and safety is a prime area of development. If you are employed within this field and want to give yourself the best chance to advance your career prospects, consider a Rose Training course.
The first step to gain and maintain expertise in this important area is to study our WHS Certificate IV, which introduces you to the nuts and bolts of risk-management in an occupational setting. At the level of theory, you’ll be taught about the current rules, regulations and standards. Learn how to practically apply these to a range of situations that may arise in the workplace in order to minimise risk and promote compliance, to ensure a secure and healthy operational environment. This qualification lets you offer your thorough training to any business in the capacity of a Work Health and Safety Officer.
Once you have completed the certificate, you’ll be equipped to further your skills by taking the Workplace Health and Safety Diploma, which leads to the senior health and safety practitioner prerequisites.
The certificate IV in workplace health and safety requires no previous credentials and can be studied onsite or online over five days in a number of flexible combinations, to make sure that you become fully qualified, while accommodating your regular responsibilities.
Our workplace health and safety certificate provides you with a nationally recognised accreditation and opens up a range of career options such as a workplace health and safety advisor or coordinator.
If you’re in the construction industry, have been considering some extra training and this sounds like the course you’ve been searching for, don’t delay the opportunity to enhance and expand your career horizons—contact Rose Training today and allow us to help you realise your career goals sooner.