CPC30313 Certificate III In Concreting

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CPC30313 Certificate III In Concreting
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Course overview:

If you have a wide range of experience as a concreter/form worker and want to get licensed, your licensing body may require you to complete a nationally recognised VET qualification through a registered training organisation. For many experienced tradies with on the job experience, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can be a faster option to achieve a nationally recognised qualification without the need of leaving your work. RPL focuses on assessing workplace evidence collected and skills demonstrated to achieve a certificate in concreter/form worker so you can apply for general concreting license

Adventage of RPL:

  • Fast: Get Qualified In Weeks Not Years
  • No stude: No Classroom Study Required
  • Recognised: Nationally Recognised Qualifications
  • Save $$$: Cost Effective Method of Attaining Your Qualification
  • Career: Enhanced Career Opportunities
  • Make $$$: Make More Money With New Revenue Streams

General concreting is:
  • concrete laying or placement
  • formwork, reinforcement fixing and concreting work to put up a dwelling, or to put up a garage, outbuilding, swimming pool or similar structure to be used with the dwelling
  • concrete stencilling
  • stamped pattern concreting
  • exposed aggregate work or pebblecreting or similar work
  • concrete repairing
  • concrete resurfacing
General concreting includes excavation work that must be done before laying or placing concrete. It does not include major site preparation to shore excavations or where the structural stability of a neighbouring site or structure might be compromised. In these situations, you need to get a licensed excavator or builder

Portfolio evidence:

  • Valid Identification
  • List showing relevant employment history
  • Work samples and documents (tender documents, invoices, quotations, plans, sketches etc)
  • Letter of employment
  • Reference letters from licensed concreter/form worker you have worked with
  • Photos and videos of your work
  • Overseas qualifications
  • Related licenses, short courses, accreditation, certificates, transcripts or assessments you have attained
  • Apprenticeship papers (if available)
  1. A qualified assessor will assess your skills and knowledge for each unit of competency.
  2. You may be asked by the assessor to perform various tasks for a practical observation at your work site.
  3. Where skills or knowledge gaps are identified, further assessment will be required.
Upon the successful completion of an RPL program through a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), the RTO will award you with a nationally recognised qualification
CPC30313 - Certificate III in Concreting as a concreter/form worker with completed units required by your licensing body to be eligible to apply for your contractor trade license.


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