Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30211)
Duration: 18 months
Location: Williamstown & West Footscray
TIV’s highly regarded Certificate III in Carpentry course is recognised as one of the best in the industry.
Designed to provide a practical alternative to an apprenticeship, the innovative program has been a resounding success since its inception, and enormously popular among men and women across all ages aspiring to become qualified Carpenters and successful careers in the Building and Construction industry.
The course is run over three consecutive days per week (Mon-Wed or Wed-Fri) for twelve months (plus 800 practical hours) by exceptional trainers with a wealth of knowledge, industry experience and highly qualified support staff.
Students begin learning their craft at TIV headquarters in Williamstown before transferring to the state-of-the-art outdoor learning facility in West Footscray.
It is here where students practically apply their skills in ‘real’ life situations and build in full scale environments to best prepare students for what they will realistically encounter as qualified carpenters and future builders in the workplace.
Statistically, TIV’s Certificate III in Carpentry program consistently delivers higher than the industry average, particularly with regards to completion rates and employment outcomes.
70% of students who commence TIV’s Certificate III in Carpentry course go on to complete the qualification (industry average in Construction Trades is 34.3%)
97% of students who complete the qualification go on to secure employment in the Carpentry industry (compared to 63.2% industry average), with 36% securing supervisor roles or higher.
The program encompasses all aspects of Carpentry required to become a qualified trade Carpenter and includes the following 30 units;
|CPCCOHS2001A – Apply OHS Policies & Procedures|
|CPCCCM1014A – Conduct workplace communications|
|CPCCCM1012A – Work effectively & sustainably|
|CPCCCA2002B – Use carpentry tools|
|CPCCCM2007B – Use explosive power tools|
|CPCCCA2011A – Handle carpentry materials|
|CPCCCM1013A – Plan & Organise Work|
|CPCCCM1015A – Carry out measurements & calculating|
|CPCCCM2001A – Read & interpret plans & specs|
|CPCCCA3023A – Carry out leveling operations|
|CPCCCA3002A – Carry out setting out|
|CPCCCM2002A – Carry out excavations|
|CPCCC02013A – Carry out concreting|
|CPCCCA3003A – Install flooring systems|
|CPCCCA3010A – Install & replace windows and doors|
|CPCCCA3012A – Frame & fit wet area fixtures|
|CPCCCA3004A – Construct wall frames|
|CPCCCA3001A – Carry out demolition|
|CPCCCM2010B – Work safely from heights|
|CPCCCM2008B – Erect & dismantle scaffold|
|CPCCCA3005B – Construct ceiling frames|
|CPCCCA3006B – Erect roof trusses|
|CPCCCA3007C – Construct pitch roofs|
|CPCCCA3008B – Construct eaves|
|CPCCCA3017B – Install exterior cladding|
|CPCCCA2003A – Erect & dismantle formwork for slabs|
|CPCCSF2004A – Place & fix reinforcement|
|CPCCCA3018A – Construct formwork for ramps & stairs|
|CPCCCA3016A – Construct timber external stairs|
Electives are selected to enable the student to have outcomes in all areas of carpentry as well as in the preparation of concrete slabs – construction of formwork and placement of reinforced steel.
This enables our students to be able to work in residential carpentry, commercial carpentry, concrete formwork, and a variety of other specialties as a well rounded professional.
TIV POINTS OF DIFFERENCE
TIV strives to deliver a professional Carpentry program of the highest quality, tailoring the course to suit the needs and objectives of each individual student.
Carpentry hand tools, construction site uniforms, work boots, personal protective equipment and modern carry bag are all provided by TIV.
Training is strategically conducted over three consecutive days throughout the course to enable students to seek employment whilst training.
TIV offers outstanding training facilities including a state-of-the-art life size outdoor workplace training facility.
TIV’s teaching methods are flexible, and focus on individual student skill development and implementation.
TIV engages external recruitment agencies (Amrick) who specialise in placing students in employment during and after completing their qualification.
Classes are designed to be a mix of age, gender, experience and learning abilities.
The program is designed for students who are not interested in doing an apprenticeship and includes, but is not restricted to those wanting a career change, school leavers, aspiring builders, business owners and being your own boss.
Training is repetitive simulated learning conducted at a safe individual pace to ensure all students are skilled to the required level and have confidence and self-esteem prior to entering the building industry and workforce.
Classes are designed to be smaller in size (maximum of 15 students per class) with a definitive focus on attention to detail and practical learning.
On-going training support during and after students have completed their qualification.
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Certificate III in Carpentry (Corporate) (CPC30211)
Location: Williamstown & West Footscray
TIV’s Carpentry program caters to anyone and everyone interested in becoming a qualified Carpenter and/or Registered Builder
So if you’re interested in Carpentry we’ll get you trained the right way at TIV.
One of TIV’s clear points of difference is its flexibility and adaptability in working with each and every student to accommodate their needs and objectives.
Nowhere is this more prevalent than TIV’s Corporate Carpentry Program that caters specifically for professional Victorian athletes and sporting clubs.
TIV is in partnership with seven Victorian AFL clubs and the NRL’S Melbourne Storm for the delivery of the Certificate III in Carpentry training programs in 2017 and beyond.
Carlton, Collingwood, Essendon, Richmond, North Melbourne, St. Kilda and the Western Bulldogs all have players studying courses at TIV in 2017 and beyond, with the total number of players now in excess of 40.
Trade based qualifications have long been considered one of the hardest industries for AFL/NRL clubs to assist their players’ educational development largely due to the physical nature of the programs, the commitment required in the courses but most importantly thelack of a clear and definitive pathway and flexible training provider for AFL/NRL players.
TIV recognises and understands the professional nature and commitment required among AFL/NRL players and sports people more broadly, and has consequently developed a flexible and efficient training model specifically designed to cater for these clubs and players.
TIV works closely with each AFL/NRL player and club involved in its programs prior to designing and implementing a practical and workable training structure, allowing the players to move through the courses efficiently, simultaneously balancing the demands and responsibilities of their football/rugby playing careers.
The Trade Institute of Victoria continues to be an industry leader with regards to its professionalism and credibility in the education and training space but also for its innovative training concepts, first class facilities and more specifically in this case, the flexibility they offer and the attention-to-detail they provide each and every student.
For AFL/NRL clubs in particular, such understanding and flexibility by training providers is particularly well received, allowing for a more definitive and clear trade based career pathway to be collaboratively developed between AFL/NRL clubs and TIV.
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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.
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