Nationally recognised and accredited training
Thomson Bridge is a Registered Training Organisation (No. 40754) with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
Under this registration, our Company is able to issue nationally recognised Qualifications and Units of Competency aligned to the following Training Packages:
UEP12 - Electricity Supply Industry - Generation Sector Training Package
UET12 - Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Package
We have 14 qualifications on Scope. In addition to our Qualifications, we hold over 80 nationally accredited Units of Competency and many non-accredited modules that we draw upon to structure tailored, contextualised programs for our Clients.
For a full and current list of our Scope, click here at training.gov.au.
Thomson Bridge is committed to ensuring compliance with the VET Quality Framework. This framework comprises the following components:
- The Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations
- The Australian Qualifications Framework
- The Fit and Proper Person Requirements of the Act
- The Financial Viability Risk Assessment Requirements of the Act
- The Data Provision Requirements of the Act
Further information about RTOs and the Australian Skills Quality Authority and Nationally Recognised Qualifications and Units of Competency can be found on the following links:
Global Wind Organisation Certification
Thomson Bridge holds Global Wind Organisation (GWO) certification for the Basic Safety Training modules in First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling and Working at Heights. GWO Basic Safety Training (BST) is targeted at personnel who work in the wind industry, and will have their duties in a wind turbine environment, usually in physical contact with a wind turbine.
The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) is a non-profit organisation of wind turbine owners and manufacturers. The aim of the GWO is to strive for an injury free work environment in the wind turbine industry, through cooperation among the members, in setting common standards in safety training and emergency procedures.
The secretariat opened in 2014 and is hosted by the Danish Wind Industry Association.
In response to the demand for recognisable Basic Safety Training (BST) in the industry, the members of the GWO have developed a safety standard. This standard ensures that the work of any certified Training Provider is competent and proficient. To obtain GWO approval, Training Providers are subject to an in-depth audit process performed by an accredited Certification
Visit our GWO page for further details.