Certificate III in Civil and General Construction
This qualification reflects the role of a skilled plant operator working in the civil construction industry. This qualification is eligible for an Australian Apprenticeship.
This qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator working in civil construction. The qualification applies to specialist occupations in bituminous surfacing, bridge construction and maintenance, pipe laying, road construction and maintenance. This qualification is suitable for an Australian Traineeship.
This qualification provides a trade outcome in steelfixing in the construction industry. Steelfixers fit and secure the steel bars and mesh used to reinforce concrete on construction and engineering sites. They work on a wide variety of jobs including commercial and industrial developments, multi-storey housing, and civil engineering projects (e.g. road works, tunnels and bridges).
Certificate III in Dogging
Dogging is used in a variety of construction projects (e.g. bridges, airports, swimming pools, dams, houses, skyscrapers). Dogging is the art of slinging and directing loads being lifted and moved by cranes.
This qualification provides a trade outcome in rigging in the construction industry. Rigging is the art of using cranes and other mechanical or manual load shifting equipment and gear to assemble/disassemble steel structures, move and place precast concrete items, move and place plant and equipment, set up or dismantle cranes and hoists.
Scaffolding is the temporary framework used to support people and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures. It is usually a modular system of metal pipes or formed steel. A scaffolder should be able to plan and prepare for work, erect scaffolding/equipment safely, inspect/repair/alter scaffolding/equipment, and dismantle scaffolding/equipment safely.