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The Certificate II in Drainage (CPC20712) is a nationally recognised training course for plumbers and drainers who need the skills to work on sanitary drains that connect to a sewer and other wastewater management systems. Graduating students will be eligible to apply for a Drainer’s Licence with the licensing authority in their state or territory.
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Become a qualified plumber with the CPC32413 Certificate III in Plumbing. This nationally recognised qualification is part of a trade apprenticeship in plumbing and you’ll graduate with a plumber’s licence. Over 3 years of study under the guidance of a licensed tradesperson you will learn how to install and maintain water services, domestic treatment plants, sanitary fixtures, irrigation, LPG and gas systems.
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If you’re a qualified plumber and would like to obtain a speciality licence in hydraulics or operations, you need the Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (CPC40912). This is a nationally recognised training qualification delivered in the classroom and online. Over 12-18 months you will gain a range of business skills including legal and risk management, WHS, and cost estimates. Plus licence specific skills: designing and sizing plumbing, gas, sanitary and drainage systems.
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