Are you looking for a career in the Building and Construction Industry? Don’t know where to start?
At ATC we offer qualifications that will help you learn the skills and knowledge that is needed to work in this industry.
What is involved in this industry?
When you become an apprentice, trainee or pre-apprentice carpenter, you’re setting yourself up for a solid career in the building and construction industry.
The qualifications that we offer are great choices for those who are looking to extend their skills and open new career paths. Depending on which course chosen, the exact skills will vary greatly.
The building and construction industry covers concreting, formwork, carpentry and joinery, power tool use, safe work practices, create and fit furniture, communicate effectively and understand plans – the basics you need to know to work on a building site.
Fees and Charges
These programs are funded by the Department of Training and Workforce Development through ‘Jobs and Skills WA’ .
The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees
What qualifications do we offer?
CPC20112 – Certificate II in Construction
The Certificate II in Construction will give you the hands-on training that you need to get started in the building and construction industry. You will gain the skills and knowledge that is required to work in a construction environment.
This qualification provides an occupational outcome and a range of tasks that are applicable to the majority of construction work sites.
This qualification is available as a traineeship: you must be employed as a trainee to enrol, and participate either full or part time or while you are still at school.
52824WA – Certificate II in Building and Construction (Pathway – Trades)
This is a pre-vocational course for people who are seeking to gain an apprenticeship in the Construction industry. This qualification provides a pathway to gain the skills and knowledge that is required to work effectively in the construction industry.
This qualification is delivered as a Pre-Apprenticeship. On-site Work Placement also forms part of this qualification.
In addition, this qualification is available as a traineeship: you must be employed as a trainee to enrol, and participate either full or part time or while you are still at school.
CPC32011 – Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery
The Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery apprenticeship and qualification provides a career in carpentry and joinery, covering work in residential and commercial applications.
To enrol into this qualification, a person must be employed as an apprentice.
If you are an experienced worker in this field, you may also apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to gain your Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery before applying for your Trade papers.