Course Details - Working towards CPC30211 Certificate III in Construction - Heathfield High School



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EASVA TitleDoorways to Construction +
Qualification Working towards CPC30211 Certificate III in Construction
Qualification NotesThis course is a partial certificate III in Carpentry and leads to Certificate lll courses in a range of different trade areas as well as possibilities in School based and full-time Apprenticeships.
RTOAdelaide Training & Employment Centre (National Code 0022)
Host OrganisationHeathfield High School
Course Length2 Semesters (1 year)
Course DescriptionStudents who graduate from the Construction Pathways course and wish to further their construction skills in carpentry areas can apply for the D2C+ (carpentry) program. Students will undertake units of competency from Certificate III in Construction (carpentry). Successful completion of this D2C+ program may reduce the length of an apprenticeship by one to two years, to be negotiated with the Registered Training Organisation and future employer. Students are required to participate in structured workplace learning in industry
PathwaysThis course leads to Certificate lll (CPC30211) courses in a range of different trade areas as well as possibilities in School based and full-time Apprenticeships.
Entry RequirementsStudents applying for this course must have successfully completed the Certificate II in Construction Pathways or equivalent.
Other RequirementsThe Personal Protective clothing and Equipment provided in 2020 must be re-used in 2021. Doorways shirts must be worn and visible at all times while on site.
Delivery Location(s)Heathfield High School, 99 Longwood Road, Heathfield, SA, 5153
Building and Construction Centre Heathfield High School, 99 Longwood Road, Heathfield SA 5153
Dates and Times40 weekly sessions at Heathfield High School on Mondays from 08:45 until 15:15.
Commencement date 01/02/21.
Work Placement15 days
The Structured Workplace Learning MUST be in Carpentry and MUST be completed by the end of Term 3 holidays.
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 2, 40 SACE credits
Units Of Competency
CoreCPCCCA3023ACarry out levelling operations24 nominal hours
 CPCCCM2008AErect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding40 nominal hours
 CPCCCA3002ACarry out setting out24 nominal hours
  CPCCCA3013A Install linings, panelling and moulding40 nominal hours
 CPCCCA2002BUse carpentry tools and equipment96 nominal hours
ElectiveCPCCPB3001AFix standard plasterboard wall sheets60 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
These competencies still need to be confirmed by the RTO and CITB. This course attracts accredited units of competency for recognition of prior learning.
Training Cost$3,080.00
$3,080.00 Full Fee

This training cost is indicative only and subject to change due to negotiations with DfE, ATEC and CITB.

The CITB currently funds a significant portion of student training costs in construction for students who meet the eligibility criteria and who are 16 years of age at the start of the school year. Please refer to your school’s VET Coordinator for more information. This does not include consumables.
Other Costs$650.00
For consumables.

Total cost CITB funded students $650 (consumables only).

Total cost non-eligible CITB funded students $3,550.00.
Cost NotesNon-Adelaide Hills Student Pathway member schools – an additional 15% admin levy up to $250 per student
Number Of StudentsMinimum    12
Maximum   15
Selection ProcessAn interview may be required. Where there are more applicants than positions available, selection criteria will take into consideration previous student performance.
Orientation DetailsOrientation is undertaken on the first day Monday 2/2/2021. Students to meet at the Building and Construction Centre at Heathfield High School.
Public TransportBus options to Heathfield High School, 99 Longwood Road Heathfield
Contact PersonMs Sally Vaughan, Phone 8139 9300, Email Sally.Vaughan178@schools.sa.edu.au
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