Carpenters use a range of techniques to construct residential and commercial buildings and infrastructure. The carpentry trade allows you to work outdoors with your hands, and can lead to opportunities to work for yourself as a sub-contractor.
Blue Dog Training's CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry course is self-paced and flexible, with a strong focus on the practical skills developed in the workplace. Our training is also suitable for school-based apprentices, part-time apprentices or mature-aged apprentices.
|Attendance||On-the-job training. No classrooms or block training. Flexible theory delivery.|
|Course Duration||4 year contract term and 3.5 years standard expected duration. Existing skills and experience are recognised and training may be fast-tracked, if appropriate.|
|Requirements||You must be signed into an apprenticeship/traineeship contract with an employer.|
|Locations||This course is offered in Queensland.|
|Outcome||Nationally Recognised Qualification: CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry|
Whether you are looking to put on your first apprentice, add another to your ranks, or require more flexibility and support with your current apprentice's training, Blue Dog can assist.
Blue Dog Training has been training apprentices for over 15 years and works with businesses by creating a seamless process from start to finish. Blue Dog provides unparalleled support with a flexible onsite training model that allows you to choose when employees complete their theory.
Our trainers are trade-qualified with relevant industry experience. They work with the apprentice and employer to develop an individual training plan. Theory is delivered through our online learning platform, and the practical development of on-site skills is documented using our Skills Profiler app.
Undertake your apprenticeship with Blue Dog's flexible training model to receive unparalleled support from a qualified trainer and remove the need to leave the worksite to receive training.
The Certificate III is employment-based training. Apprentices must have an employer with a full scope of work and be supervised by a qualified carpenter to begin their Certificate III in Carpentry.
Upon completion, you will be issued with a nationally recognised Certificate III in Carpentry qualification. Completion of this qualification is considered a useful step in the pathway to the following careers:
|CPCCOHS2001A||Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry|
|CPCCCA2011A||Handle carpentry materials|
|CPCCCA2002B||Use carpentry tools and equipment|
|CPCCCM1012A||Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry|
|CPCCCM1013A||Plan and organise work|
|CPCCCM1014A||Conduct workplace communication|
|CPCCCM1015A||Carry out measurements and calculations|
|CPCCCM2010B||Work safely at heights|
|CPCCCM2001A||Read and interpret plans and specifications|
|CPCCCM2002A||Carry out excavation|
|CPCCCM2007B||Use explosive power tools|
|CPCCCM2008B||Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding|
|CPCCCA3001B||Carry out general demolition of minor building structures|
|CPCCCA3002A||Carry out setting out|
|CPCCCA3003A||Install flooring systems|
|CPCCCA3004A||Construct wall frames|
|CPCCCA3005B||Construct ceiling frames|
|CPCCCA3006B||Erect roof trusses|
|CPCCCA3007C||Construct pitched roofs|
|CPCCCA3023A||Carry out levelling operations|
|CPCCC02013A||Carry out concreting to simple forms|
|CPCCCA2003A||Erect and dismantle formwork for footings and slabs on ground|
|CPCCCA3009B||Construct advanced roofs|
|CPCCCA3010A||Install and replace windows and doors|
|CPCCCA3011A||Refurbish timber sashes to window frames|
|CPCCCA3012A||Frame and fit wet area fixtures|
|CPCCCA3013A||Install lining, panelling and moulding|
|CPCCCA3016A||Construct timber external stairs|
|CPCCCA3017B||Install exterior cladding|
|CPCCCA3018A||Construct, erect and dismantle formwork to suspended slabs, columns, beams and walls|
|CPCCCA3019A||Erect and dismantle formwork to suspended slabs, columns, beams and walls|
|CPCCCM3001C||Operate elevated work platforms|
|CPCCSF2003A||Cut and bend materials using oxy-LPG equipment|
|CPCCSF2004A||Place and fix reinforcement materials|
|MEM05050B||Perform routine gas metal arc welding (Mig welding)|
|MEM05012C||Perform routine manual metal arc welding (Stick welding)|
The Queensland government through the User Choice program (which is administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training) provides a contribution towards the cost of training and assessment for eligible Queensland apprentices and trainees.
Apprentices and trainees are usually required to pay a co-contribution fee for the cost of their training and assessment. In some cases, partial of full fee exemptions might apply.
More information on the Queensland Government funding rules, fees and fee concessions – including the Free Apprenticeships for under 25s initiative - is available in the drop down menus below.
To be eligible for the Free Apprenticeships for Under 25s program you must:
To be eligible for the DESBT User Choice program subsidy/government contribution you must:
Co-contribution fees apply. Approximately $1600 depending on selected units. Concessions may apply for eligible learners, reducing the co-contribution fee to approximately $640. Further details can be found in the Blue Dog Training Student Handbook. For more information please call (07) 3166 3999.
More information on concessional fees and costs per unit can be found here.
Apprentices and trainees can only receive one government contribution for a User Choice funded qualification at any single point in time, i.e. a student is not funded to undertake two apprenticeships or traineeships at the same time.
For more information on the User Choice program, see DESBT's website (https://training.qld.gov.au/) where a selection of fact sheets on User Choice funding limitations and the implications for eligibility to receive User Choice funding of any further training, are available.