CPC10111 - Certificate I in Construction (Cert I)
|Course Type:||Certificate I|
|Accreditation Type:||Nationally recognised training|
|Delivery Mode:||Face to Face|
|Delivery Location(s):||Contact MPREC for locations|
|Course Duration:||Up to 1 year|
|Workload *:||Full-time or Part-time|
|Entry Requirements:||Contact MPREC for more information|
|Licencing Requirements:||WorkCover – White Card|
|Equipment Required:||Contact MPREC for safety equipment (PPE) required|
|Work Placement:||Not compulsory but may be offered as part of course|
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This course is an introduction to the construction industry and covers a range of activities. Working on a construction project will help you learn the practical skills you require and you will also develop the knowledge to be competent in some construction industry environments.
It will give you the opportunity to cover industry culture, occupations, job roles and workplace expectations. It will also cover work health and safety requirements, industry and organisation structure, communication skills, work planning and the basic use of tools and equipment.
This course will give you the skills needed to assist you in successfully undertaking the Certificate II qualification should you want to proceed further in the industry.
You will be required to study 11 units of competency to complete this qualification. There are 8 core units and 3 elective units.
Core Units of Competency
||Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
||Plan and organise work
||Conduct workplace communication
||Read and interpret plans and specifications
||Use construction tools and equipment
||Work safely in the construction industry
||Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
||Undertake a basic construction project
Electives Units of Competency
Three (3) electives from the areas of learning in estimating and costing, measurements and calculations, safe tilt-up work, handling construction materials, basic levelling and a basic computer design project.
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