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Get a real start in the construction industry with the Certificate I in Construction (CPC10111). It’s a hands-on qualification — completed over 11 weeks at a state-of-the-art training facility — that prepares you for a trade apprenticeship. You’ll graduate job-ready and knowing how to undertake a basic construction project, work safely, handle construction materials, use essential tools and equipment PLUS the skills to interpret plans and specifications.
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Thinking about a career in construction but not sure if it’s for you? The Certificate II in Construction (CPC20112) will prepare you for work as a labourer on a construction site, but it’s also a great pre-apprenticeship program. Over 6-12 months of study you will learn how to safely use standard tools, take measurements, perform calculations and levelling, work at heights, and carry out basic concreting. The course also covers excavation and demolition work.
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The CPC20211 Certificate II in Construction Pathways prepares you for work in the construction industry and gives you head start if you want to find a trade apprenticeship. You’ll learn how to read and interpret plans, take accurate measurements, and work safely on a building site — then choose electives that support a career in bricklaying, carpentry, joinery, plastering, tiling, or stonemasonry.
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Get started in civil construction (eg, roads, bridges, dams) with the Certificate II in Civil Construction (RII20715). This nationally recognised qualification prepares you for work on a typical construction site and covers the essential aspects of on-site safety, reading and interpreting plans, using hand and power tools, carrying out measurements and calculations.
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The Certificate II in Plumbing (52700WA) will prepare you for a plumbing apprenticeship or for work as a labourer or general hand. This certification is recognised all over Australia and teaches you how to safely work on roofs, at height, and in the construction industry generally. Graduate knowing how to weld (oxy/metal arc), carry out levelling, read plans and calculate plumbing quantities — ready for the next apprenticeship opportunity in your town.
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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.
A Certificate II in Plumbing is a pre-apprenticeship course designed to prepare you for work in the plumbing industry. You’ll practise basic plumbing skills and develop an understanding of issues affecting the plumbing industry. The Certificate II in Plumbing offers hands-on training to allow you to apply for an apprenticeship in this field.
The Certificate II in Plumbing addresses a range of topics relevant to the plumbing industry. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might address subjects including using plumbing pipes, fittings and fixtures to simulate plumbing installations, using basic plumbing hand tools and fabricating simple plumbing pipe systems. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
A Certificate IV in Building and Construction is the qualification you need to further your construction career. This course is designed for people currently working as builders, including those who own their own building business. You’ll develop building management skills and learn to supervise and oversee construction projects. Whether you want to work as a construction manager or expand your building business, this course can provide the skills you need to succeed.
The Certificate IV in Building and Construction covers a range of topics relevant to the building industry. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover subjects including applying building codes and standards, conducting on-site supervision of building projects and reading and interpreting plans and specifications. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
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