The 22338VIC Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-aaprenticeship – Carpentary is a VRQA accredited qualification that is trained and assessed by TRY Learning (TOID 21053). This qualification assists in developing the necessary skills to work effectively within a construction industry work environment. Participants work and learn in a hand’s on environment and experience a range of learning activities including:
-Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
-Provide basic emergency life support
-Prepare for work in the construction industry
-Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
-Conduct Workplace Communication
-Work Effectively and Sustainably in the Construction Industry
-Erect and Safely Use Working Platforms
-Identify and Handle Carpentry Tools
-Carry out Measurements and Calculations
-Interpret and Apply basic plans and Drawings
-Apply Basic Levelling Procedures
-Perform Basic Setting Out
-Construct Basic sub-floor
-Construct Basic Wall Frames
-Construct a Basic Roof Frame
-Construct Basic Framework for Concreting
-Install Basic External Cladding
-Install Basic Window and Door
-Install Interior Fixing
-Carry Out basic demolition of Timber Structures
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Successful students will be issued with a Certificate by TRY Learning (TOID 21053).
TRY Learning encourages those with a disability to apply.
Refer to the course outline for more information about the course and click here for fees and charges.