CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction

(Prepare to launch into an apprenticeship)

Work towards becoming an apprenticeship in the building and construction industry.
Gain a competitive advantage by being the apprentice every tradesman hopes for and increase your employment prospects. You’ll develop an understanding of building skills and principles and be exposed to common scenarios you’ll experience on the job.

About the CPC20211 – Certificate II in Construction Pathways

This qualification covers the basic skills and knowledge required to work in a primary trade within the construction industry.

After successfully completing this course you will have the essential skills needed to enter a full apprenticeship in your chosen field of construction, including carpentry, joinery and shopfitting or wall and floor tiling.

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Career Pathways


Work towards becoming an apprenticeship in the building and construction industry.
Gain a competitive advantage by being the apprentice every tradesman hopes for and increase your employment prospects. You’ll develop an understanding of building skills and principles and be exposed to common scenarios you’ll experience on the job.

Entry Requirements


There are no educational entry requirements for this qualification, however:
• Participants must be 16 years old or over
• Be competent in written and spoken English. All prospective students will undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) evaluation prior to commencing the training.

Duration


This course is delivered over a 12-month period.

Delivery


This course is delivered with both theory and practical elements on-the-job.

Fees


The tuition fees you pay will depend on whether you are eligible for government funding subsidies within your state.  Find out more here or contact us for more information.

Assessment Methods


The course is delivered with both theory and practical elements, with a focus on practical application projects.

Materials


Before starting this qualification with CWBTS, you are required to purchase the following:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Suitable steel cap work boots (must be ankle high and meet or exceed Australian Standard AS/NZS2210.3 for Type 1 safety footwear)
  • Hi-Vis long sleeve shirt (must meet AS/NZS 4602.1:2011 High-Visibility Safety Garments for Day use only and rated UPF 50+. AS/NZS 4399: 1999 Sun Protective Clothing – Evaluation and Classification)
  • Suitable work pants (denim and tracksuit pants are not permitted)
  • Safety glasses (must comply with Australian standard AS/NZS 1337.1:2010 for medium impact protection)
  • Work gloves (must comply with standard EN 388:3131 and meet Risk Category II: Gloves of Intermediate Design For Intermediate Risk, cleaning gloves are not permitted)
  • Hearing protection (must not have a radio included, and must comply with Australia New Zealand standard AS/NZS 1270:2002)

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