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Inscope Thanks Our Partners

We'd like to give a big thank you to our partners for giving up their time to come to our training day today.

We hope you gained a great insight into the latest first aid practices from Ben Harris, a Critical Care Paramedic and also some tips and tricks with using the Ammonite platform.


Shane Webcke - Queensland Safety Ambassador

Shane Webcke, football legend and sports presenter, is Workplace Health and Safety Queensland's Safety Ambassador.

Shane has a strong connection and commitment to work safety as his father was killed in a workplace incident.

" I lost my dad in a workplace incident, so I know first-hand that family and loved ones are the most important reason for work safety."

In his new safety film, and at Safe Work Month events across Queensland throughout October, Shane will share the story of how his father's death impacted his family, and offer advice to workers and businesses about the importance of staying safe at work and creating a strong safety culture.

Shane mentions the change in attitude needed to make workplaces safer. We believe that training organisations along with workers and employers have a major role to play in changing the safety attitudes of the workplace. We hope that through valid training we can prevent unnecessary injury or loss of life due to workplace incidents.

Shane played 254 matches for the Brisbane Broncos (including their 2006 Grand Final win), made 21 State of Origin appearances for Queensland, and played 20 Test matches for Australia.

Lets all get together and talk about safety at the next talk box talk and make August a incident free month.

Shane's Safe Work Month 'Take a breath' poster (PDF, 570.39 KB)

Content courtesy of WorkCover Queensland 2015

Hear From Our Students

At Inscope, we're extremely passionate about training. We receive some great feedback from our students, and we've shared some below. Remember when you do our courses, you can leave suggested improvements or feedback too!


QR code to stop phony degrees and diplomas.

In response to recent media reports which claim that overseas organisations are providing false diplomas from Australian educational institutions for up to $6500 each, the Chief Commissioner (ASQA), last Friday, reminded RTO’s that they have a responsibility to have “mechanisms in place to reduce fraudulent reproduction of its certification.”

Back in April 2014, Mike from Ammonite (the platform we use) posted a video that shows one bulletproof mechanism that all but eliminates potential fraud. It is really great to see that this 'solution' has now made it onto the list of fraud prevention steps provided by ASQA.

Inscope Training adopted this certificate security solution from the moment it became available.

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