Nationally Recognised Training Update
As at 1st January 2015, all participants partaking in a nationally recognised course, must have and supply to us a Unique Student Identifier (USI), as per ASQA (the governing body) regulations.
Therefore, all course candidates must obtain an USI, prior to course enrolment. The online process takes less than 4 minutes. This can be done through www.usi.gov.au
5th Point continue to offer the Safe Working at Heights (SW@H) qualification for free to all candidates who complete an IRATA course. Previously, the SW@H course was trained after completion of the days IRATA training. Due to feedback received from our TAE accredited trainers and course attendees, we will no longer be training the SW@H course during an IRATA course.
Instead IRATA course candidates will have 60 days to book on and attend their free SW@H course. To check available course dates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org