How to become a HSR training provider
A training organisation, company or sole trader may apply for approval to deliver the initial five-day course and one-day refresher course using the NT WorkSafe approved course materials. All trainers who wish to deliver HSR training on behalf of an approved provider must also be approved by NT WorkSafe.
All trainers must have:
- a minimum Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent; and
- a minimum of two years relevant experience in an occupational or work health and safety role; or
- relevant tertiary or vocational qualifications in a field related to occupational or work health and safety.
The applicant must possess or have access to sufficient resources and infrastructure to undertake all administrative activities necessary to comply with all conditions of approval which can be found in the guide.
Should you wish to apply to become an approved HSR training provider, please contact NT WorkSafe.
Related Forms and Resources
|Application to update trainer details - HSR training provider|
|Approval to deliver HSR training in the NT|
|Notification of health and representative (HSR) training course|
|Provisional improvement notice (PIN)|
|Conditions - Approved provider of health and safety representative (HSR) training in the Northern Territory|
|How to become an approved provider of health and safety representative (HSR) training in the Northern Territory|