Certificate III in Bricklaying / Blocklaying Apprenticeship
OverviewTIV is registered to train and assess Bricklaying/Blocklaying Apprentices in Victoria.
Our Bricklaying/Blocklaying apprenticeships training will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work in both residential and industrial employment.
AboutIf you are an employer looking to engage a Registered Training Organisation to supply training and assessment services to your apprentice(s) then contact us and we can help!
TIV provides support in attaining necessary work placement in the Bricklaying/Blocklaying field.
What you will learn
Work with Industry experts
All of our trainers have multiple years of working in the building and construction industry giving you the best chance to learn from the best. Teaching, guiding, mentoring you throughout your apprenticeship.
You will complete 27 units which, when taken together, cover all the necessary skills to become a qualified Bricklayer.
Work & Study Balance
TIV offers flexible training to allow apprentices to study while also continue working with their employer.
After the completion of the qualification you will hold a certificate that is nationally recognised, allowing you to work anywhere in Australia.
Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying + more
Am I eligible to become an apprentice?
Australian apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age. There is no requirement to hold a secondary school certificate or other qualification. You can undertake an Australian apprenticeship if you’re a school level entrant, are re-entering the workforce or are an adult worker.
How do I apply for an apprenticeship?
By finding prospective employers on Apprenticeship job boards, and on websites such as Seek or Indeed.
Duration of an apprenticeship?
The duration of an apprenticeship is up to four years. Progress can depend on the rate at which you can demonstrate competence to the satisfaction of your employer and your trainer.
How many days am I required to attend?
As an apprentice connected with TIV, you’ll be required to attend training once a month on 2. consecutive days for 10 months of each year.
Will I be paid for the time I spend undertaking supervised training?
Supervised training is commonly referred to as off-the-job training delivered by your training organisation. Under the requirements of the training contract, all employers must release their apprentice or trainee from work and pay the appropriate wage to attend any off-the-job training (including assessment) as provided for in the training plan.
What are the benefits of apprenticeships?
As an apprenticeship you can earn money while you study, gain hands-on experience and get a nationally recognised qualification.
If you are interested in TIV training you along side your Bricklaying / Blocklaying Apprenticeship, please continue to apply page and send us an enquiry.Apply now