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The construction industry is a major sector of the Western Australian workforce and economy, and encompasses a huge variety of career pathways. It is closely aligned to building and includes a large range of trades such as carpentry and joinery, glass, bricklaying and glazing and roof plumbing, as well as an array of fields like site management, line management, estimating and contracting.

National ID State ID Title Qualification level Campus
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.

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.

G021P G021P Introduction to Trade Maths Short Course Kalgoorlie Campus
mathematics, subtraction, addition, trade, engineering, entry, percentage, fundamental, algebra, geometry, 

The objective of the Trade Maths course is to provide a practical understanding of basic mathematical practices.

This course is designed for students wanting to pursue a career in engineering studies as well as anybody wanting to gain an improved understanding of basic applied mathematics.

Specifically you will learn:

  •  adding, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions
  • calculate percentage for use in a variety of situations
  •  apply fundamental operations related to measurements, and
  • apply some basic algebraic and geometric functions to every day situations.

Upon completion of this course you will receive a Certificate of Participation.

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

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