This course will provide the student with the opportunity to learn the terminology, materials characteristics and properties and construction techniques used in the building and construction industry and leads to an apprenticeship qualification.
Dandenong, Frankston, Rosebud
Full-time: 16 weeks @ 40 hours per week
No formal qualifications but Year 10 preferred
Interview and/or test may be required
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VBQM700 Building Structures VBQM717 Sub-floor Framing
VBQM701 Calculations for Building Industry VBQM718 Wall Framing
VBQM702 Career Studies VBQM719 Roof Framing
VBQM703 Communications for Building Industry VBQM720 External Cladding
VBQM704 Introduction to Scaffolding VBQM721 Installation of Door & Window Frames
VBQM705 Levelling VBQM722 Interior Fixing
VBQM706 Quality Principles for Building Industry VBQM723 Introduction to OHS Aspects of
VBQM707 Safe Handling of Plant & Power tools VBQM724 Formwork for Concrete
VBQM708 Workplace Documents & Plans VBQM697 Workplace Safety & Industry Induction
VBQM714 Carpentry HAND TOOLS VBQM698 Workplace Safety & Environmental Procedures
VBQM715 Carpentry POWER TOOLS VBQM699 Basic First Aid
VBQM716 Basic Setting Out
On completion of the Certificate II in Building & Construction, Carpentry, participants may gain the skills, knowledge, and ability required to gain an apprenticeship in the Carpentry sector of the building and construction industry.
Further Education Opportunities
Apprenticeship, Building, Design and Management courses. Credits towards your apprenticeship will be given on successful completion of this course..