Do you see yourself working in the building and construction industry?
Our qualifications will help you learn awesome skills relevant to several trades which can include concreting, formwork, carpentry and joinery, power tool use, understanding plans – the basics you need to work on a building site.
At ATC we offer qualifications in the Building and Construction industry.
CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction
The core and elective units form part of many Certificate III qualifications and may provide credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship.
You will learn about safe work practices, using equipment and tools and effective communication. You will also learn skills that will enable you to read plans, take measurements, concrete surfaces, prepare surfaces, prepare for various construction stages and organise your work.
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 qualification provide pathways to the primary trades in the construction industry with the exception of plumbing. The core and elective units form part of many Certificate III qualifications and may provide credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship.
This qualification will be delivered through a Vet in Schools delivery one day per week over Years 11 & 12. This is a pre-vocational course for learners seeking to gain an apprenticeship in the Construction industry. On-site Work Placement modules form part of this qualification.
In addition, this qualification are available as traineeships: you must be employed as a trainee to enrol, and participate either full or part time or while you are still at school.
Carpentry and Joinery
As a carpenter and joiner, you’ll be building a great career.
If you love working with timber, nail guns and power tools, you’ll be in your absolute element in this great apprenticeship which is a prolific trade.
CPC32011 Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery
This is an apprenticeship and this qualification provides a trade outcome in carpentry and joinery, covering work in residential and commercial applications.
A person must be employed as an apprentice to enrol in this qualification. The apprenticeship is usually over 3 – 4 years with off-site training in each of these years either within a “Block” (2 weeks at a time) or “Day” (1 day per week) release mode throughout the year.
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.