About construction induction training (white card)
All people performing construction work require proof of having completed a general Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) construction induction training for the industry.
An employer must accept a Victorian Construction Induction card which will allow you into the premises of a worksite.
How much does it cost?
The cost can vary between registered training providers (RTOs). You are required to pay the cost of your training course.
The card application fee is included in the training course fee.
How to apply
- Attend a construction induction training course with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
- Use the ‘statement of attainment’ as proof to start work
- Await your ‘white card’ in the mail
‘Red card’ holders
If you hold a ‘red card’ issued before 1 July 2008, they are still valid and you are not required to complete new construction induction card training. An employer must accept 'red cards' but may suggest refresher construction induction training.
If you hold a 'red card' you may be able to apply for a construction induction card via a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) using your red card as evidence of completion of training in the past. If you do not have a suitable 'red card' or a statement of attainment issued by the RTO who provided the training, you will need to complete construction induction training to obtain a 'white card'.