STUDYING THE CERTIFICATE III IN CARPENTRY
National Course Code: CPC30211.
With this course advance your career in the construction industry. Completing this training in carpentry gives you the ability to become a respected tradesperson. The Carpentry Certificate III provides career opportunities for builders, construction supervisors, leading hand, sub-foreman, foreman, and project manager. This course is designed to accompany the construction of a house or other building. You will learn critical skills and expertise in measurement, calculations, excavation, working at heights safely, concreting formwork, reading plans, etc. You can discover how a wide variety of devices and equipment can be used for carpentry and construction safely.
Gain the skills and experience required to work as a carpenter in the building and design industry. In a skills shortage market carpenters and joiners are in high demand. At about 69,000 work vacancies anticipated in the next five years, this is a very large occupation.
In Certificate III in Carpentry, you’ll learn how to design, mount, finish, repair structures for residential, commercial, and industrial construction. This course, supported by our highly qualified and enthusiastic teachers. While carpenters have their specific skills and tasks to perform in the construction process. They also need to have knowledge of all other trades, as the work of a carpenter often accommodates the other trades that follow.
To achieve this certification successfully you must complete 22 core and 8 elective units.
There are no specific conditions for entry. But you must have a training agreement with a registered employer from a relevant industry.
As a registered builder, building inspector, leading hand, sub-foreman, foreman and project manager this course can lead to employment.
SKILLS ACHIEVE AFTER COMPLETION
The course is structured to provide expertise, information, and attitudes to the learners that will support their on-site preparation. It helps develop a highly skilled and flexible workforce with the ability to make an informed selection of future career pathways. This offers skill levels that allow for more cost-effective apprentice training. You can learn how to handle carpentry materials through theoretical and practical course work. Conduct general demolition of minor building structures, construct wall frames, and Erect roof trusses.
QUALIFICATIONS YOU WILL RECEIVE
A Certificate III in General Construction (Carpentry) will be presented to you upon successful completion of the course. The curriculum is widely recognized as part of the Australian Qualifications System. You are eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion, issued by the Victorian Qualifications Authority, upon successful completion of apprenticeship.
FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES
Participants are eligible for admission and/or credits into the following courses upon successful completion of this course. Certificate IV in Building and Construction and Diploma in Building, Design and Drafting.
DEVELOP YOUR TALENT
Improve the professional skills and qualities that will help you connect efficiently with clients in this field. Develop your problem-solving abilities, learn to function as part of a team, nail your efficiency and time-management skills.
People in carpentry trades are in high demand with the role identified as a skill shortage.
Carpentry services are expected to expand over the next five years alongside. Anticipated stronger demand from the market for residential buildings. By 2023 about 69,000 work vacancies are expected to occur.