CFMEU Member benefit program

Built Plus income protection

Quantitative Facial Fit Testing

CPCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

11084NAT – Course in asbestos awareness

10830NAT – Course in crystalline silica exposure prevention

10894NAT – Course in workplace impairment prevention

Training Calendar

Full List of Courses


Workplace Mental Health Awareness

This training course aims to increase awareness and understanding regarding depression, anxiety and suicide, while also giving strategies for building personal resilience.

Bullying, harassment and racial vilification training

Bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace is unacceptable and avoidable.

WHS Committee Member training

This training course provides participants with the skills to become active members of the safety committee.

Ladder safety training

Ladders are handy, when used the right way, and dangerous when used incorrectly. Preventing falls and slips, securing and correct positioning of a ladder are discussed in this course.

Domestic violence

Domestic Violence is a growing issue in Australia, with more cases on the rise. It has serious negative consequences for individuals, families, and the community.

Electrical safety

Electricity is powerful and dangerous. Understanding the potential risks associated with Electricity is the purpose of this course.

Height safety awareness

Working at heights poses significant safety risks to the untrained person. This course develops skills and knowledge aimed at reducing working at height risks.

WHS Managers and supervisors

Learn to identify hazards within the building and construction industry and be able to participate proactively in an incident investigation.

Hazardous manual tasks

Proper manual handling and lifting reduces the prospect of serious damage to oneself or others. Arm yourself with the right knowledge and skills.

Preliminary impairment Assessor

This course is designed for elected health and safety representatives and or union delegates to develop the skills to conduct an effective preliminary impairment assessment.

Workplace hazard identification

In this course participants are armed with the knowledge and skills to identify, assess and implement workplace health and safety management procedures

Safe use of hand and power tools

This awareness course provides the participants with the knowledge and skills to correctly use hand and power tools. They will look at the hazards and risks associated with using these tools and the different types of tools now available.

Heat Awareness Training

This training course provides the participants with the knowledge & skills to be able to understand the potential risks associated with heat in the construction industry relating to the Australian environment.


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The first in Australia! Nationally accredited silica Course!


Construction Employment Training and Welfare Limited as Trustee for Creative Safety Initiatives Trust RTO ID: 88216 have been the first in Australia to develop and obtain national accreditation for a training course in crystalline silica.

10830NAT Course in crystalline silica exposure prevention was formally endorsed by ASQA in early January 2020. We are now taking enrolments so check out our calendar for dates to book in please contact the office on 02 6230 1320



  • CSI is a RTO that has a long history of delivering high quality Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) training since 2006
  • Our Trainers are drawn from different industries with extensive WHS backgrounds
  • We can facilitate flexible training arrangements
  • We can help you develop a training matrix and work with you to maintain it
  • We can possibly help you reduce your worker’s compensation premiums
  • We can assist you with adhering to your WHS obligations as the PCBU
  • We are able to develop, in consultation with your organisation, WHS training for your specific needs
  • You may be eligible for an ACT Building & Construction Industry Training Fund subsidy


It's better to be safe than sorry