Building

Builders coordinate the construction of building projects. Practice a diverse range of skills that will enable you to plan and supervise construction work and prepare, cost and schedule for a contract, learn about building codes and standards, legal requirements, estimating, site safety, timber code, project management, and structural principles, then apply these skills to low-rise residential and commercial constructions.

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.

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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