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Construction is one of the biggest industries in the Mid West, Gascoyne, Goldfields and Wheatbelt regions of Western Australia and employs approximately 10 per cent of the state’s workforce. Billions of dollars are invested in infrastructure and housing every year, resulting in stable and diverse industry full of exciting employment opportunities.

We offer trades training in many areas of this industry including building, carpentry, joinery, civil design and drafting, domestic and commercial electrical, metal fabrication, welding, plumbing and gas fitting.

If you’ve got an eye for detail, good hand-eye coordination, ability to work at heights and reasonable maths skills a career in the building and construction industry may build your future.


National ID State ID Title Qualification level Campus
52824WA-AB31 AB31 Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) (Carpentry and Joinery Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Kalgoorlie Campus
apprenticeship, pre apprenticeship, building, block laying, brick laying,

Are you looking for a Carpentry or Building and Construction career?

When you complete the Certificate II in Building and Construction you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice in the Carpentry and Building and Construction trades.  You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to work effectively in the construction industry, use hand and power tools, erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding, levelling and concreting, interpret drawings, take measurements and workplace health and safety.

CPC32011 D409 Carpentry and Joinery Certificate III Kalgoorlie Campus
carpentry, woodworking

Do you want to build a strong career from the ground up?

When you complete the Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery you will be ready for a career as a domestic or commercial carpenter.

You will gain the knowledge and skills to carry out a range of building and construction tasks; use basic carpentry tools, power tools, carpentry materials; construct a pitched roof, ceiling frame, wooden flooring; interpret plans; and apply work health and safety requirements.

 

CPC20112 J483 Construction Certificate II Geraldton Campus
TAFE18, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000003, Construction, Bricklaying, Blocklaying, Carpentry, Joinery, Trade, Labouring

Combined Construction and Industrial Skills! Two Courses at once!

Central Regional TAFE offers the CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction along with the 52807WA Certificate I in Industrial Skills at the same time.

A Certificate II in Construction will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to undertake a range of manual labouring tasks on building and construction sites. You will learn about safe work practices, using equipment and tools and effective communication. You will also learn skills that will enable you to read plans, take measurements, concrete surfaces, prepare surfaces, prepare for various construction stages and organise your work.

UEE22011-AA41 AA41 Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Geraldton Campus
Kalgoorlie Campus
UEE22011, AA41, Electrotechnology, electrical, electrician, construction

Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)(Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice in the electrical, instrumentation or electrical servicing trades.

You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to work effectively in the construction industry, use hand and power tools, interpret drawings, take electrical and electronic measurements, soldering components, and workplace health and safety.

UEE30811 A123 Electrotechnology Electrician Certificate III Kalgoorlie Campus
Northam Campus
TAFE18, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electro technology, Apprenticeship, Electrician, Fee Relief, TFR. Fee reductions

Charge up your career with the Certificate III in Electrotechnology.

When you complete the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician you'll be looking at a career as a licensed electrician (additional requirements apply).

You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to work effectively in the construction industry, installing low voltage wiring, switchgear and appliances, arrange and connect circuits, troubleshoot and problem solve apparatus and circuits, using hand and power tools, interpreting drawings, taking electrical and electronic measurements, and workplace health and safety.

52807WA BCX38 Industrial Skills (Entry Level Training) Certificate I Geraldton Campus
Q000000, Q000003, Construction, Industrial Skills, construction, civil, mining sector

Combined Construction and Industrial Skills! Two Courses at once!

This program offers the best of Certificate II in Construction along with Certificate I in Industrial Skills.

The selection of units in this combined program will give the client an extensive range of recognised skills, such as carpentry, working at heights and in confined spaces, scaffolding, leveling, use of tools and equipment, skid steer, forklift, excavator and White Card.

On completion these skills will assist you in your search for a satisfactory employment in fields such as construction, civil or the mining sector.

KAA63 Introduction to Welding Skill Set Skill set Geraldton Campus
KAA63, welding,

Gain the basic skills and knowledge required to cut, weld and bend materials in the resources and infrastructure industries.

 

COURSE CONTENT

Topics covered in this course include:
• Plan and prepare to cut, weld and bend materials
• Set up and test equipment
• Cut materials using oxyacetylene
• Cut and weld materials using electric welding equipment
• Heat and bend material
• Shut down and clean up


The below nationally recognised unit of competency is included in this course:

RIISAM205D - Cut, weld and bend materials

 


CERTIFICATION

Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment

 

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack.

KAA09 Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck Skill Set Skill set Kalgoorlie Campus

TLILIC2001 - Licence to operate a forklift truck

Our WorkSafe Registered Trainer/Assessor will provide participants with hands on practical skills and knowledge in the safe and efficient operation of a counter-balance forklift.

Forklift is considered high risk work and you will attain the skills required to maneuver goods in a variety of industries including manufacturing, transport, mining and production industries.

Upon successful completion participants are able to apply for a High Risk License WorkSafe license.

This is a nationally recognised unit of competency and upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment

Please also refer to the Student Information Pack for additional College and support information.

D9500P D9500P Safety and Health Representative Short Course Carnarvon
Exmouth Campus
Technology Park
D9500P, Safety, health, Safety and Health

Central Regional TAFE is a WorkSafe approved Provider of this course required by all newly elected Safety and Heath Representatives

Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Apply WHS legislation in the role of a Safety and Health Representative
  • Conduct workplace inspections
  • Communicate effectively on safety and health matters
  • Understand the role of WorkSafe in the workplace
  • Effectively represent employees on safety and health issues
  • Identify and evaluate hazards in the workplace and apply a risk management process
  • Assist with resolving safety and health matters in the workplace
  • Conduct an effective investigation into workplace accidents, incidents and injuries

This is a non-accredited course and on completion you will be issued with a Certificate of Parrticipation

Please also refer to the Student Information Pack for additional College and support information

D9502P D9502P Tagging and Testing Short Course Geraldton Campus

This is not a generic course and participants will only be trained on the make and model of the portable appliance tester that they will use for testing appliances in their organisation or workplace. - Participants will be required to bring with them to this training their workplace PAT's machine.

Participants will be required to demonstrate a basic understanding of portable appliance testing equipment and an understanding of the following course learning outcomes:

  • The requirements to ensure that portable electrical equipment is safe to operate in accordance with Western Australian legislation and regulations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to inspect and test portable equipment to the standards as set out by AZ/NZS3760:2010
  • Demonstrate the ability to tag equipment and to complete documentation to record results of the inspection and testing procedure to the standards as set out by AS/NZS3760:2010

No previous electrical experience or licenses are required to undertake this course

This is a non-accredited course and on successful completion you will be issued with a Certificate of Competence in relation operation of your workplace single phase portable appliance tester to tag and test in your workplace.

To find out more about studying with us see our Student Information Pack or refer to the Future Students section of our website.

 

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