22338VIC: Certificate II Building and Construction (Partial)

Overview:

This qualification aims to provide the skills and ability to enhance employment and further training prospects within the Building and Construction industry. Students who complete this training will be able to work safely under routine supervision including framing, demolition, scaffolding, levelling, use of carpentry hand and power tools as well as basic plans and calculations.

Program length: 2 year program

Outcomes:

On completion of this program students will have completed Certificate II in Building & Construction and receive a Statement of Attainment for the following units:

Assessment activities:

Units of competency covered:

  • Workplace safety and industry induction
  • Workplace procedures for environmental sustainability
  • Basic first aid
  • Building Structures
  • Calculations for the Building Industry
  • Safe handling of plant and power tools
  • Workplace documents and plans
  • Carpentry hand tools
  • Introduction to demolition
  • Basic setting out
  • Introduction to scaffolding
  • Levelling
  • Quality Principals for the Building Industry
  • Wall framing
  • Roof framing
  • Sub floor framing
  • External Cladding
  • Work safely in the construction industry

Links to further pathways:

  • Carpentry apprenticeship
  • Building Engineering
  • Building Surveying & Quality Surveying
  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Civil/Electrical/Electronics
  • Mechanical Engineering

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