Designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for an entry-level position on a construction site.
If you are interested in a profession where your skills are highly transferable and constantly in demand, look no further than a career in the building and construction industry!
> Qualify with a CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction.
This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.
The CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for an entry-level position on a construction site. Throughout the course students will learn a range of skills, including how to assist with the building and repair of structures.
For students looking to progress into a more specialised filed, a number of the units of study from the CPC20112 Certificate II in Construction can also crossover into related Certificate III qualifications available in our Skills Recognition Programs.Construction Trade Qualifications (CTQ) will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the building and construction industry. If you are ready to take the next step in your career, then this is the course for you!
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Certificate II in Building 2019
Paul joined the Certificate IV in Building and Construction in 2018, and was an extremely experienced and skilled tradesmen. He had been a local carpenter for over 39 years, and had the ability to build any structure. However, Paul had always struggled with formal education, technology and organisation of paperwork.
Paul was our most senior learner, most experienced and respected learner. He was looked up to by the younger learners and certainly taught the class a few things along the way!
The future for Paul is one now of compliance and understanding. After previous unsuccessful attempts with other training providers, we were able to see Paul graduate by ensuring the class sizes remained small, a higher trainer to student ratio and one-on-one support when required.
Paul has taken on an apprentice and as we speak, and is working in his local suburb on a 1940s’ shack.