Fee Free Training in Building and Construction
Fee Free Training in Building and Construction is available now in NSW, Contact us for more information
2 Accreditted Qualifications
The CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction qualification is the perfect step forward for anyone looking to grow their career or business within the residential and commercial building and construction sector. It is the perfect start if you want to apply for an Industry Builders Licence or Low-Rise Builders Licence.
The Diploma of Building and Construction CPC50220 is a nationally accredited program, designed for construction workers wanting to work as a foreman, site manager or senior manager within the medium-rise building and construction market. It is the perfect step-up from low-rise construction projects, and for those who are looking to leverage their skills to move into commercial works across a range of tasks.
Become a registered builder
You must meet one of the two qualification criteria below.
1. Certificate IV in Building and Construction including some key units:
Plus any of the following:
- a current carpentry or bricklaying contractor licence or qualified supervisor certificate, or an approved qualification that would allow the issue of such a licence (for details of approved qualifications, see Carpentry or Bricklaying)
- Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
- Bachelor of Housing from an Australian university or a degree in civil engineering, structural engineering, architecture, housing, construction, construction management, construction project management, construction economics, applied science (building) or quantity surveying from an Australian university.
2. A degree in building, construction, construction management, construction project management, construction economics, applied science (building), or quantity surveying from an Australian university which requires the applicant to undertake the equivalent of four years’ full time study and a mandatory work placement.
A “degree” excludes an associate’s degree or an honorary degree.
For details about acquiring your licence please refer to the NSW Department of fair trading.