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The Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) (52824WA) prepares you for a trade qualification in building and carpentry work. Enrol in this course if you have your heart set on a career in construction. During 6 months of face-to-face training you’ll be learning how to work safely in the construction industry — carrying out measurements, using carpentry tools, interpreting plans and specifications, and completing simple carpentry assignments. Best of all, the units you complete can be allocated to your future apprenticeship and will reduce your study time.
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A Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-apprenticeship will prepare you for a range of roles in the building and construction industry. You’ll undergo practical training to allow you to apply for a carpentry apprenticeship and find work in both residential and commercial construction. The Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-apprenticeship is a hands-on course with training in basic construction skills and the use of hand and power tools and other building equipment.
The Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-apprenticeship addresses a range of subjects needed for carpentry work. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover topics including carrying out measurements and calculations, applying basic levelling procedures and interpreting plans and drawings. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
The Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30211) is for trade apprentices working under the supervision of a qualified carpenter. It’s the course needed to become a licensed tradesperson. This nationally recognised qualification teaches all the carpentry essentials you’d expect from a trade qualification — using tools and equipment, handling carpentry materials, installing/constructing flooring systems, wall and ceiling frames, roof trusses, eaves, pitched roofs, carrying out excavation and demolition work. But it also covers windows and doors, constructing timber external stairs, framing and fitting wet area fixtures.
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A Certificate III in Joinery is a great way to get started in a career as a joiner. This course explores a range of specialised timber joinery skills including producing joinery components and using a range of joinery machines and equipment. You’ll learn how to create and install windows and doors, build stairways and create decorative finishes.
The Certificate III in Joinery covers a range of topics relevant to timber joinery. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover subjects including cutting and installing glass, assembling and installing stairs and using sealant and sealant devices. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
The CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry is for trade apprentices working under a licensed tradesperson. An apprenticeship generally takes 3-4 years to complete, and training is delivered on-the-job and in group training blocks at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). You’ll learn how to use carpentry tools and handle construction materials, as well as perform construction tasks (levelling, demolition work, setting out, measuring, excavation, erecting scaffolding, use explosive power tools). Graduate as a qualified carpenter with a construction industry White Card.
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A Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Furniture) will provide you with the skills you need to work as a furniture maker. This course will improve your trade skills and explore the methods and procedures commonly used in this industry. You’ll learn a range of techniques used in the manufacture of free standing furniture and address issues such as working safely, selecting hardware and providing a service to customers.
The Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Furniture) is a practical qualification with a lot of hands-on training. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover topics including joining solid timber, assembling furniture components and fabricating custom furniture. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
A Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) will give you the skills you need to work as a kitchen or bathroom cabinet maker and installer. You’ll learn about the design, manufacture and installation of fitted cabinets in kitchen and bathrooms in both residential and commercial settings. The Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) will improve your skills with a range of trade techniques used within the industry.
The Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) covers various topics relevant to this field of work. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover topics including planning kitchen and bathroom projects, organising on-site work and applying quality standards. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
The CPC31912 Certificate III in Joinery is part of a trade apprenticeship in joinery work. You’ll complete your studies under the guidance of a qualified joiner and graduate ready for your own trade licence. The course teaches you how to use carpentry tools and materials, carry out accurate measurements and calculations, and manufacture joinery components. You’ll also learn how to construct and install bulkheads, timber sashes, window frames and doors.
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