Certificate III In Concreting

Course Code: CPC30318
Study Area:
Building and Construction


Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, we have adapted our course delivery to now encompass a combination of remote and flexible delivery methods. This includes easy to navigate online tutorials, video conferencing (classroom simulation) as well as face-to-face practical assessments and work placements - where safe and practical to implement. Therefore, you will require access to the internet and a computer to undertake this course. Our flexible model allows you to continue to study in a safe, guided and fully supported manner with continued access to all learning, personal and wellbeing supports. You will be advised by your facilitator on a case by case basis in relation to practical and work placement assessments, as some flexibility will be required during this challenging time.

This course is designed for those working in the construction trades as a Concreter. Delivered on-site* in a flexible way that suits your work, we will come to your work site and assess you while you are working. The delivery is designed to fit in with a modern working environment including online content and workplace simulations.

*You may be required to attend practical training days held at the Charleston Road campus. These days are typically designed to work around your work schedule with many of the dates set around the industry RDO calendar.

We offer rolling enrolments. Enrol at any time!

Free TAFE and JobTrainer

You may be entitled to free tuition fees for this course if you meet the eligibility criteria for the State Government's FREE TAFE for Priority Courses initiative. If you're aged 17-24 or looking for work, you may be eligible for 80% discount on the course tuition fee through JobTrainer. JobTrainer is available until June 2021. It's important to know you may incur fees that you will need to cover yourself, such as student service fees or materials fees. Skills First (eligible) students are usually entitled to one Free TAFE fee waiver, however under JobTrainer you may be eligible for a second Free TAFE course. You may also be able to get an exemption if you don't meet the upskilling requirement. To find out more, call 13 TAFE (13 8233).



Campus
 
  • Bendigo Charleston Road Campus
  • Workplace based
Course Structure
  • Flexible Delivery:

    To be eligible for this course you must be currently working in the industry as a concreter, with a minimum 5 years experience and access to a live worksite. You must also satisfy the prerequisite numeracy and literacy skills.

    Traineeship:

    Sign up with an employer and AASN. This is an option for new entrants to the concreting trade. If you would like more information regarding this please contact Bendigo TAFE.


Accreditation

This qualification is nationally recognised

Possible careers
  • Upon completion, you will be a qualified concreter allowing you to work nationally.

Prerequisites
  • Prerequisites: Licensing/Regulatory Information

    This is a licensed occupation. Check with relevant state and territory licensing and regulatory authorities. State and territory jurisdictions may have different regulatory requirements.

    You will need to undertake a Pre-Training Review prior to enrolment.

    Students will be required to supply their own protective equipment which includes eye and ear protection, steel capped boots, gumboots, respirators and dust masks.


Course overview

This qualification reflects the role of concreters working in concreting operations on residential and commercial projects. Occupational titles include: concreter concrete tilt panel fabricator. The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as a specialist field of work (i.e. concreting). The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in an actual workplace or very closely simulated workplace environment, and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to concreting in some states and territories. Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm these requirements.


How to apply
 
  • Online application direct to Bendigo TAFE

Selection process
  • Interview and Language, Literacy & Numeracy assessment on-site

Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be given for skills and knowledge gained through previous study or other relevant experience.  Further information refer to RPL

Assessment Methods
  • You will be assessed in a number of ways which will include observations of your work, knowledge tests and written answers.

Learning options
  • Online

Key study areas
 

You will study a large number of units based around skills as a concreter and you will also be studying units to make sure you are a safe and effective trade person.


Further study opportunities
  • This course will lead to higher level studies for a Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) (CPC40110) which may help you become a qualified builder.

Fees

Your fees are made up of four parts.
  1. Course enrolment type
  2. Materials
  3. Consumables
  4. Student Support Fee.   
Once you have determined the fees applicable to your situation you will be able to calculate a indicative total fee for your qualification.

Are you eligible for Government subsidised fees? Check for your eligibility here
Are you eligible for concession? Check for your eligibility here
Students eligible for Free TAFE receive the tuition rate free. Students eligible for JobTrainer pay 20% of the tuition. Materials, consumables and student services fees are payable by all students and do not receive a JobTrainer discount, however concession rates for student services fees are available for concession card holders, apprentices, trainees and 100% off campus delivery courses.
Concessions for Diploma and Advanced Diploma course categories are only available to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.

A.   Course enrolment type:Standard
Government subsidised - average total course fee*$2,786.04
Concession - average total course fee*$553.80
Full fee - average total course fee*$11,314.56
B.   Materials average fee**$426.00
C.   Consumables average fee**$0.00
Indicative pricing for:
A.   Course enrolment type:Standard
Government subsidised - average total course fee*$2,786.04
Concession - average total course fee*$553.80
Full fee - average total course fee*$11,314.56
B.   Materials average fee**$0.00
C.   Consumables average fee**$0.00
Indicative pricing for:
A.   Course enrolment type:Traineeship
Government subsidised - average total course fee*$2,786.04
Concession - average total course fee*$553.80
Full fee - average total course fee*$11,314.56
B.   Materials average fee**$426.00
C.   Consumables average fee**$0.00
Indicative pricing for:

*The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment and details of any other fees including but not limited to student services, amenities, goods or materials and consumables.
**Materials/Consumables fees may vary for each individual based on the units they are studying.
Average tuition fees are based on the typical number of student contact hours undertaken by a student to complete this course. Average fees displayed are purely indicative and may not be your actual fee. Fees vary based on the number/hours of electives chosen by the student. Read more on fees and charges

D.  Student Support fees
The Student Support fee is a non-tuition fee for Government subsidised (eligible) students and full fee paying (ineligible) students. Read more. Student support fees are non refundable . Student support fees are payable annually for the duration of your course, over and above tuition fees.


This page was last updated on 10/02/2021 12:52 PM





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