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Training

Victorian Trades Hall Council offers a variety of training opportunities to workers looking to develop their skills. View our training calendar or find out more about our various training programs below. 

It is important that we keep everyone who attends training at Trades Hall safe and well. So, please observe our COVID-19 Safe Plan below:

  • VTHC has a COVID Safe Plan;
  • All Course Participants will need to provide and show a valid COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate prior to entering Trades Hall. This is a mandatory requirement and no-one will be admitted to Trades Hall without valid certification;
  • Participants will need to log in via our QR Code each day to register your attendance;
  • If you are sick or have COVID symptoms, you must NOT attend training;
  • Participants must carry a mask, but do not have to wear it while training;
  • Participants need to practice social distancing and good hygiene at all times;
  • Any other requirements as per our COVID plan or state government directives.

We thank you for keeping your comrades safe.

We deliver high quality WorkSafe Approved training that is practical and solution-focused in multiple locations around Melbourne's suburbs and regional Victoria.
High-quality training that is practical, solution-focused and WorkSafe approved. COVID Safe plan - Read before attending COVIDSafe planIt is important that we keep everyone who attends training at Trades Hall safe and well. So, please observe our COVID-19 Safe Plan below: VTHC has a COVID Safe Plan All Course Participants will need to provide and show a valid COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate prior to entering Trades Hall. This is a mandatory requirement and no-one will be admitted to Trades Hall without valid certification; Participants will need to log in via our QR Code each day to register your attendance; If you are sick or have COVID symptoms, you must NOT attend training; Participants must carry a mask, but do not have to wear it while training; Participants need to practice social distancing and good hygiene at all times; Any other requirements as per our COVID plan or state government directives. We thank you for keeping your comrades safe. OHS Rep/HSR rights to training OHS Reps' Right to TrainingWhen workers are elected as health and safety representatives (HSRs) or deputies for their designated work groups (DWGs), it is important that they be trained so that they are able to be able to carry out their role and functions. VTHC recommends that as soon as possible after they have been elected, OHS reps and deputies attend a training course which will give them the tools to confidently represent their fellow members. Under Victorian legislation, once a worker has been elected as the health and safety representative for their DWG, that person is entitled to exercise all the powers and rights of reps under the OHS Act (More information on the powers and rights of elected reps and their role). That is, even if an elected OHS Rep has not attended training, that person still has the right to represent their DWG, raise issues with their employer,...
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