Construction/Plumbing/Allied Trades

CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction

CPC20112  Certificate II in Construction covers many aspects of the carpentry trade and is a perfect starting point for a career in the building and construction industry.

CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction  is ideal for school leavers who wish to build their practical experience and knowledge to ensure their employability as an apprentice carpenter. It is also a great way for mature aged applicants to start a career change. Regardless of age or gender this course is open to all applicants.

This program covers the “hands-on” skills and knowledge required for carpentry at the entry level, including the safe use of most of the tools and equipment used by carpenters. All training is delivered by professional teachers, who are also qualified carpenters, with many years’ experience in the building and construction industry.

Dates and Times

SOUTH
Clarence Campus 

  • Next Intake:   February – June 2019
  • Information Session:  Friday, 30 November 2019 – 11am to 12noon OR 5pm to 6pm
    • Venue:  F Block, Clarence Campus, 4a Bounty Street, Warrane
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to express your interest

Southern Central Trade Training Centre

  • Next Intake:   February – June 2019
  • Information Session:  Friday, 30 November 2019 – 11am to 12noon
    • Venue:  Bridgewater TTC, 55 Eddington Road, Bridgewater
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to express your interest

NORTH
Alanvale Campus

  • Next Intake:  February 2019
  • Duration:  3 days per week – 9am to 3pm
  • Information Session:  Monday, 26 November 2018 – 10am OR 6pm
    • Venue: Alanvale Campus, 54a Alanvale Road, Newnham
  • Potential students must attend an Information and Suitability Session to be considered for acceptance
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest

NORTH WEST
Burnie Campus

  • Next Intake:  February 2019
  • Venue:  D Block, Burnie Campus, Mooreville Road, Burnie
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest

Learning Options

All training and assessment is conducted by qualified trainers and assessors, who are also qualified tradespeople. Learning will include:

  • Off- the-job – training will be at the relevant TasTAFE campus;
  • Learning guide – books that contain information to help with your learning
  • DVD s and Videos – Resources that give you extra support and information
  • Classroom learning
  • Demonstrations
  • Realistic practical activities

Assessment Process

You will be assessed by industry competent people who have these skills. Throughout all assessments, Work Health & Safety procedures must be followed. Depending on the unit you will have the option of being assessed by:

  • Recognition – you may be able to show that you already have the skills. Ask for more information
  • Observation – you will be observed doing tasks
  • Short written or verbal assessments – question and answer style

If required, alternative assessment methods may be used (eg verbal tests instead of written tests)

Recognition

For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/recognition/

Fees and Payments

For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/fees-and-payments/

Resources and Equipment

Students will need to provide their own Personal Protective Equipment, which includes.

  • Safety glasses – have to be up to the Australian Standards AS1337 and have clear lenses
  • Safety boots (steel cap toe)
  • Action back overalls (preferably khaki in colour) or drill work wear pants
  • Hearing protection (ear muffs/ear plugs)
  • carpenters 1 metre folding carpenters ruler
  • 8 metre retractable steel measuring tape
  • ball point pen and 2H pencil, carpenters pencil and eraser
  • Lock for locker

Pre-requisites

Units you will be studying will be outlined before you start this course. We will discuss these in our information sessions for pre-apprenticeships. You will need to be able to write legibly. students are expected to:

  • Read and interpret Occupational Health and Safety guidelines (eg Safe use of equipment and chemicals)
  • Deal with basic maths (eg add, subtract & multiply)
  • Read and understand material (eg instructions for use, plans etc)
  • Write legibly

Support is available to help students who may have difficulty meeting the above requirements. Some of these skills may be improved through the learning processes.

Qualification Requirements

To achieve a CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction qualification, the student must demonstrate competency in 10 core and 5 elective units.

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