Cert III Courses & Apprenticeships

Certificate III Courses & Apprenticeships

Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30211)

This course is a practical alternative to an apprenticeship in carpentry. It delivers exactly the same trade qualification as an apprenticeship, provides on the job training like an apprenticeship, but does not require the student to be employed in order
to begin training.

From school to work

Currently, 96% of students who complete the Certificate III in Carpentry are now full-time employed in the Carpentry industry, with more than a third of these (36%) securing supervisor roles or higher.

These are outstanding results and significantly higher than the industry average.

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding to eligible applicants.

People with disabilities are encouraged
to apply.

We have created this course because:
• Many people would love to be trained as an apprentice carpenter but cannot find an employer to take them on;

• Other people prefer an alternative system of trade training that uses their training time more efficiently;

• Our panel of industry experts emphasise the need for people entering the trade to be trained in using a range of computer software systems and applications;

• People may see their future in the industry as a business owner as well as a tradesperson.

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This course is comprised of 30 Units of Competency which, when taken together, cover all the necessary skills training for a student to be competent in the Building and Construction industry as a qualified Carpenter.
Approximately 18 months comprising:
3 days per week over 12 months.
Equivalent to Full–Time Study.
Employment of up to 800 hours.
Year 10 or equivalent.
No previous building experience is required.
Certificate III (Trade Qualification)
Certificate IV (Residential Building Construction)
Diploma (Commercial Building Construction)
• Work Pants
• Safety Ear Muffs
• Safety Boots
• Hard Hat
• High Visibility Polo Top
• School Bag
• High Visibility Jumper
• Hand Tools
• Safety Glasses
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible applicants.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

For details of all fees please go to TIV’s website at www.tiv.vic.edu.au. For information about funding eligibility please call TIV on +61 3 9399 9511.
Individual training support throughout the course and for up to a further 12 weeks to students through TIV's student support team.

Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying (CPC30111)

This course is a practical alternative to an apprenticeship in bricklaying/blocklaying. It delivers exactly the same trade qualification as an apprenticeship, provides on the job training like an apprenticeship, but does not require the student to be employed in order
to begin training.

For information about funding eligibility please call TIV on +61 3 9399 9511.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

We have created this course because:

• Many people would love to be trained as an apprentice bricklayer but cannot find an employer to take them on;
• Other people prefer an alternative system of trade training that uses their training time more efficiently;
• Our panel of industry experts emphasise the need for people entering the trade to be trained in using a range of computer software systems and applications;
• People may see their future in the industry as a business owner as well as a tradesperson.

Click “Enquire now” for further information.

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This course is comprised of 27 Units of Competency which, when taken together, cover all the necessary skills training for a student to be competent in the Building and Construction industry as a qualified Bricklayer.
Approximately 18 months comprising:
2 days per week over 12 months
Equivalent to Full–Time Study.
Employment of up to 800 hours.
Year 10 or equivalent.
No previous building experience is required.
Certificate III (Trade Qualification)
Certificate IV (Residential Building Construction)
Diploma (Commercial Building Construction)
• Work Pants
• Safety Ear Muffs
• Safety Boots
• Hard Hat
• High Visibility Polo Top
• School Bag
• High Visibility Jumper
• Hand Tools
• Safety Glasses
• Text Books
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible applicants.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

For details of all fees please go to TIV’s website at www.tiv.vic.edu.au. For information about funding eligibility please call TIV on +61 3 9399 9511.
Individual training support throughout the course and for up to a further 12 weeks to students through TIV's student support team.

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