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Certificate III in Plumbing

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  • Objectives
    Apprenticeships are normally a four year package that consists of employment and training. An apprentice attends Trade School for up to three years on a part time basis but also receives training on-the-job. There are special government subsidies and rates of pay and conditions for apprentices. Apprentices must be fifteen years of age or over and must have a registered/licensed employee who has agreed to employ them as an apprentice. Apprenticeships are for new employees or employees that have been employed for less than three months on a full time basis or 12 months on a part time basis.
  • Entry requirements
    Applicants must have a Registered Training Agreement with an employer.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate III in Plumbing
  • Course description
    WHAT IS AN APPRENTICESHIP?
    Apprenticeships are normally a four year package that consists of employment and training. An apprentice attends Trade School for up to three years on a part time basis but also receives training on-the-job. There are special government subsidies and rates of pay and conditions for
    apprentices.

    Apprentices must be fifteen years of age or over and must have a registered/licensed employee who has agreed to employ them as an apprentice. Apprenticeships are for new employees or employees that have been employed for less than three months on a full time basis or 12 months on a part time basis.

    WHAT IS A PLUMBER?
    A plumber is a licensed Tradesperson who fabricates,
    installs, tests and maintains:
    • Pipes & Gas lines;
    • Fixtures & Fittings;
    • Roofing;
    • Drainage.
    They may be required to install equipment such as boilers, pumps, heating and cooling systems, natural gas ovens, water tanks and solar heating systems.

    WHAT ARE THE COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS?
    There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with your employer and be employed as an apprentice. Please note classes commence from the first week of February and enrolments should by finalised well before then. A mid year class may start in July depending upon demand, but enrolments still maybe taken at any other time of the year.

    HOW IS THE COURSE STRUCTURED?
    To be awarded the Certificate III in Plumbing qualification, candidates must achieve a minimum of
    four of the following plumbing Streams:
    Stream 1 – Water (Mandatory)
    Stream 2 – Sanitary
    Stream 3 – Drainage
    Stream 4 – Mechanical Services
    Stream 5 – Roofing
    Stream 6 – Gas Services

    The rules for each of these individual Streams are detailed in the Training Package document, and are summarised below:

    Stream 1 – Water (Mandatory): 24 Core and 6

    Electives.

    Stream 2 – Sanitary: 6 Core and 4 Electives.
    Stream 3 – Drainage: 9 Core and 3 Electives
    Stream 4 – Mechanical Services: 4 Core and 11

    Electives

    Stream 5 – Roofing: 9 Core and 4 Electives.
    Stream 6 – Gas Services: 12 Core and 5

    Electives

    WHERE CAN I GET FURTHER INFORMATION?
    Dandenong Campus

    ALSO
    The Institute has:
    • A bookshop to cater for all your textbook and stationery needs;
    • Car parking on campus;
    • On campus canteen that is open in the evening during school terms

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