Commissioner's Information Bulletin 709

Building and Construction - Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Date of effect: 30 July 2021

In this new Commissioner's Information Bulletin (CIB) apprenticeship and traineeship vocations in the building and construction profile are designated, repealed and varied.

The following apprenticeship vocation is designated and the associated qualification pathway established:

Plumbing (General Plumbing)

The following four apprenticeship vocations are repealed and the associated qualifications pathways deleted:

Carpentry and Joinery

  • CPC32011 Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery

Construction Carpentry

  • CPC31511 Certificate III in Formwork/Falsework

Joinery (Stairs)

  • CPC32211 Certificate III in Joinery (Stairs)

Plumbing

  • CPC32413 Certificate III in Plumbing

The following twelve apprenticeships vocations are varied and the associated qualifications pathways updated:

Bricklaying

Carpentry

Fire Protection

Joinery

Painting and Decorating

Roof Plumbing

Roof Tiling

Shopfitting

Solid Plastering

Stonemasonry

Wall and Ceiling Lining

Wall and Floor Tiling

The following seven traineeship vocations are designated and the associated qualification pathways established:

Building and Construction

Building Project Support

Building Project Support – Contract Administrator

Building Project Support – Estimator

Plumbing and Services

Plumbing and Services - (Hydraulic Services Design)

Plumbing and Services - (Operations)

The following nine traineeship vocations are repealed and the associated qualifications pathways deleted:

Building and Construction - Contract Administration

  • CPC40208 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Contract Administration)

Building and Construction - Estimating

  • CPC40308 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Estimating)

Building and Construction – Sales

  • CPC40408 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Sales)

Building and Construction - Specialist Trades

  • CPC40611 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Specialist Trades)

Building and Construction - Trade Contracting

  • CPC40708 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Trade Contracting)

Concrete Post-Tensioning

  • CPC31712 Certificate III in Post-Tensioning

Construction – Dogging

  • CPC30511 Certificate III in Dogging

Construction – Paving

  • CPC31611 Certificate III in Paving

Plumbing and Services

  • CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Fire Services)
  • CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Air Conditioning and Mechanical Services)
  • CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Management)
  • CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Operations)
  • CPC40912 Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Hydraulic Services Design)

The following fourteen traineeship vocations are varied and the associated qualifications pathways updated:

Building and Construction – Building

Building and Construction – Demolition

Building and Construction – Management

Building and Construction - Site Management

Building and Construction - Swimming Pool and Spa Building

Construction

Construction – Concreting

Construction - Construction Pathways

Construction - Construction Waterproofing

Construction - Crane Operations

Construction – Rigging

Construction – Scaffolding

Construction – Steelfixing

Fire Systems Design

All other Vocational Training Orders remain unchanged.

Additionally, all industrial instruments have been updated in alignment with the review of modern awards.

Superseded Bulletin

This Commissioners Information Bulletin supersedes Bulletin 663.

Qualifications, structure and packaging

Transition arrangements

Industrial arrangements

Part-time apprenticeships

Peak Sports apprenticeships

Competency based completion

Competency based progression

School based apprenticeships and traineeships

Licensing and regulatory arrangements (#) and (##)

Registered training organisations

Funding arrangements

Inspecting Vocational Training Orders

Enquiries

To sign up an apprentice or trainee call 1800 020 108 or to find information about a job in an apprenticeship or traineeship search here.

For implementation of new pathways in relation to this Training Package profile, please contact BCRI (Building, Construction, Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Advisory Body) ITAB NSW Kristen Sydney 0437 917 277 and Bob Bowden mobile 0412 753 298.

David Collins
The Commissioner for Vocational Training

Job descriptions

Apprenticeships

Bricklaying apprentices will learn to:

  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • handle and prepare bricklaying and blocklaying materials
  • carry out masonry veneer construction
  • carry out cavity brick construction
  • lay masonry walls and corners
  • lay multi-thickness walls and piers
  • construct masonry arches and curved walls
  • carry out levelling operations
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • work sustainably
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Carpentry apprentices will learn to:

  • use carpentry tools and equipment
  • carry out general demolition of minor building structures
  • carry out levelling operations and excavation
  • use explosive power tools
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • carry out concreting to simple forms
  • install and construct flooring, wall frames, ceiling frames, and pitched roofs and eaves
  • erect roof trusses
  • install windows, doors, exterior cladding, lining, panelling and moulding
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • identify work hazards and select risk control strategies
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Fire Protection apprentices will learn to:

  • use hand and power tools
  • read plans, calculate quantities and mark out materials
  • carry out levelling
  • cut using oxy-LPG-acetylene equipment
  • weld using oxy-acetylene equipment
  • weld using metal arc welding equipment
  • fabricate and install non-ferrous pressure piping
  • connect static storage tanks for fixed fire protection systems
  • design fire sprinkler systems using pre-calculated charts and tables
  • fabricate, install and test fire hydrant and hose reel systems
  • install control valve assemblies, actuating devices and local alarms
  • install special hazard systems and residential safety sprinkler systems
  • service complex water-based fire-suppression systems
  • test and maintain fire protection systems
  • fabricate and install steel pressure piping
  • inspect, test and maintain gaseous fire-suppression systems
  • prevent ozone depleting substance and synthetic greenhouse gas emissions
  • apply Workplace health and safety requirements

Joinery apprentices will learn to:

  • use carpentry tools and equipment
  • carry out levelling operations
  • install windows and doors
  • package manufactured products for transport
  • manufacture stair components for straight flighted stairs
  • use static machines and computer-controlled machinery
  • manufacture components for door and window frames and doors
  • manufacture joinery components
  • set out and assemble cabinets, showcases, wall units, counters and workstations
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Painting and Decorating apprentices will learn to:

  • calculate and cost construction work
  • erect and maintain trestle and plank systems
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • handle painting and decorating materials
  • use painting and decorating tools and equipment
  • remove and replace doors and door and window components
  • prepare surfaces for painting
  • apply paint and texture coat by brush, roller and spray
  • match specified paint colour
  • apply stains and clear timber finishes
  • apply wallpaper and decorative paint finishes
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • work safely with lead-painted surfaces
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Plumbing apprentices will learn to:

  • read plans, calculate quantities and mark out materials
  • use plumbing hand and power tools
  • cut and join sheet metal
  • carry out simple concreting and rendering
  • weld polymer pipes using fusion method
  • fabricate and install non-ferrous pressure piping
  • install trench support and location and clear blockages
  • install stormwater and sub-soil drainage systems and drain work site
  • install prefabricated inspection openings and inspection chambers
  • plan layout and install below ground sanitary drainage systems
  • install on-site domestic wastewater treatment plants and disposal systems
  • fabricate and install fire hydrant and hose reel systems
  • install gas pressure control equipment and gas appliance flues
  • install, commission, disconnect and reconnect type a gas appliances
  • calculate and install natural ventilation for Type A gas appliances
  • size and install consumer gas piping systems
  • plan the layout of a residential sanitary plumbing systems
  • connect and install storage tanks to a domestic water supply
  • set out and install water services
  • install and commission water heating systems
  • install water pumpsets and backflow prevention devices
  • install and fit off sanitary fixtures, water services
  • collect and store roof water
  • fabricate and install roof drainage systems and external flashings
  • provide first aid
  • apply Workplace health and safety requirements

Note: specialist streams in roofing and mechanical may be undertaken post-trade

Roof Plumbing apprentices will learn to:

  • read plans, prepare simple drawings, calculate quantities and mark out materials
  • carry out levelling
  • select and install roof sheeting and wall cladding
  • collect and store roof water
  • fabricate and install roof drainage systems and external flashings
  • install roof components and roof coverings to curved roof structures
  • install roof sheets, wall cladding and complex flashings
  • provide first aid
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding and operate elevated work platforms
  • use plumbing hand and power tools
  • mark out materials and cut and join sheet metal
  • select and install roof sheeting and wall cladding
  • fabricate and install roof drainage components
  • install roof coverings to curved roof structures
  • select and fit insulation and sheathing
  • carry out levelling operations
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications and calculate plumbing requirements
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Roof Tiling apprentices will learn to:

  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • handle roof tiling materials
  • repair and replace valleys, valley irons and flashings
  • use roof tiling tools and equipment
  • tile regular and irregular roofs
  • repair and renovate tile roofs
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Shopfitting apprentices will learn to:

  • use carpentry tools and equipment
  • identify and apply information in construction plans, drawings and specifications
  • set out fabricate and assemble shopfront structures
  • carry out levelling operations
  • fabricate shopfitting components using CNC machines
  • apply and trim decorative additions to shopfitting sand components
  • install prefabricated internal shopfitting units
  • assemble internal shopfitting units and prepare for transport
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Signs and Graphics apprentices will learn to:

  • use of advanced printing software and technology
  • lay out and design Signs and Graphics
  • use colour for Signs and Graphics
  • prepare surfaces for Signs and Graphics
  • produce digital Signs and Graphics
  • illuminate and fabricate Signs and Graphics
  • signwrite to simple forms
  • produce vinyl Signs and Graphics
  • use rotary router
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • apply Work Health and Safety requirements

Solid Plastering apprentices will learn to:

  • apply basic levelling procedures
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • cut and fix paper-faced cornices
  • handle solid plastering materials
  • use solid plastering tools and equipment
  • prepare surfaces for plastering
  • apply float and render to straight and curved surfaces
  • restore and renovate solid plasterwork
  • apply trowelled texture coat finishes
  • install pre-cast decorative mouldings
  • apply plaster by projection machine
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Stonemasonry apprentices will learn to:

  • finish and lay stone
  • dress and mould stone
  • shape solid stone
  • split stone manually
  • dress stone manually
  • machine stone
  • set out and cut letters in stone
  • erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
  • carry out levelling operations
  • prepare for stonemasonry construction process
  • identify and use stone products
  • carry out excavation
  • plan and organise work
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Wall and Ceiling Lining apprentices will learn to:

  • construct and install bulkheads
  • assemble partitions
  • fix standard plasterboard wall and ceiling sheets
  • fix battens and fibre cement board
  • fix wet area sheets
  • fix ceiling sheets to external protected areas
  • apply levels of finish standards to planning and inspect own work
  • mix plastering compounds
  • finish plasterboard joints manually
  • manually sand plaster work
  • cut and fix paper-faced cornices
  • install dry wall passive fire-rated systems
  • install suspended ceilings
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Wall and Floor Tiling apprentices will learn to:

  • use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment
  • prepare surfaces for tiling application
  • fix floor and wall tiles
  • repair wall and floor tiles
  • carry out mosaic tiling
  • tile curved surfaces
  • apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas
  • apply basic levelling procedures
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Traineeships

For those wanting to plan and supervise safe building and construction work for small to medium-sized building businesses you will learn to:

  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 Buildings
  • manage work health and safety in the building and construction workplace
  • plan building or construction work
  • supervise site communication and administration processes for building and construction projects
  • apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
  • apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • minimise waste on the building and construction site
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9, Type C Buildings

At the Certificate IV level, for those wanting to undertake the role of a builder working for small to medium-sized building businesses you will learn to:

  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 Buildings
  • manage work health and safety in the building and construction workplace
  • plan building or construction work
  • supervise site communication and administration processes for building and construction projects
  • apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
  • apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • minimise waste on the building and construction site
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9, Type C Buildings
  • apply project quality management techniques
  • select, prepare and administer a construction contract
  • identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
  • produce labour and material schedules for ordering
  • select, procure and store construction materials for building and construction projects
  • use building science principles to construct energy efficient buildings

At the Diploma level, building professionals in residential and/or commercial construction, may learn to:

  • Manage and lead risks, including WHS risks
  • Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Type B construction and Class 1 and 10 buildings and Class 2 to 9, Type C buildings
  • Select, prepare and administer a construction contract
  • Identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
  • Produce labour and material schedules for ordering
  • Supervise site communication and administration processes for building and construction projects
  • Apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
  • Apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions
  • Read and interpret plans and specifications
  • Prepare and evaluate tender documentation
  • Prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • Apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • Monitor costing systems on complex building and construction projects
  • Supervise the planning of onsite building and construction work
  • Select and manage building and construction contractors
  • Administer the legal obligations of a building and construction contractor
  • Manage environmental management practices and processes in building and construction
  • Manage professional technical and legal reports on building and construction projects
  • Apply structural principles to the construction of buildings up to 3 storeys
  • Manage building and construction business finances

Building and Construction – Project Support trainees, can use the skills gained to become estimators and schedulers and/ or contract administrators in the building and construction field. They may learn to:

  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • apply project risk management techniques
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 buildings
  • identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
  • produce labour and material schedules for ordering
  • apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions
  • prepare and evaluate tender documentation
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9, Type C building

Project Support trainees, can use the skills gained to become contract administrators in the building and construction field. They may learn to:

  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • select, prepare and administer a construction contract
  • select, procure and store construction materials for building and construction projects
  • arrange building applications and approvals
  • process client requirements

For those wanting to work as a site manager for small to medium-sized building businesses. You will learn to:

  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 Buildings
  • manage work health and safety in the building and construction workplace
  • plan building or construction work
  • supervise site communication and administration processes for building and construction projects
  • apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
  • apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • minimise waste on the building and construction site
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9, Type C Buildings
  • prepare and evaluate tender documentation
  • arrange resources and prepare for the building and construction project
  • lead and manage teams in the building and construction industry
  • supervise concreting work

Jobs at the Diploma level are for licensed builders, professionals within building and construction firms. Depending on the role, for example, construction or project manager, and those working in estimating or sales roles. You may learn to:

  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 buildings and Class 2 to 9, Type C buildings
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Type B construction
  • select and manage contractors
  • lead project risk and quality
  • manage customer service
  • co-ordinate recruitment and onboarding
  • manage business finances
  • monitor costing systems on complex building and construction projects
  • administer the legal obligations of a building or construction contractor
  • prepare and evaluate tender documentation
  • manage environmental management practices and processes in building and construction
  • select, prepare and administer a construction contract
  • apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building projects up to 3 storeys
  • identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects

Jobs at the Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management) level are for builders or senior managers who apply knowledge of building, construction and sustainability systems and processes, structural principles, codes, standards and legal obligations to construction projects including high rise. They may be required to:

  • apply building codes and standards to construction process for large building projects
  • establish, maintain and review contract administration procedures and frameworks
  • manage processes for and legal obligations of a building or construction contractor
  • analyse and evaluate workplace health and safety risk management procedures
  • contribute to developing, implementing and maintaining an organisation’s WHS management system
  • generate and direct the development of new projects
  • manage procurement and acquisition of resources
  • establish systems to develop and monitor building and construction costs
  • evaluate concrete performance for multi-storey buildings

As a trainee working in demolition you may learn to:

  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • work safely at heights
  • identify hazards on demolition sites and apply risk management strategies
  • Demolish small buildings and structures using hand tools and small plant and equipment
  • Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances
  • select and use tools and equipment for demolition tasks
  • apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures

Work in this sector requires a range of trade-related skills associated with in-ground and above-ground pools and spas, as well as planning and project management skills. You may be required to:

  • manage occupational health and safety in the workplace
  • select and prepare a construction contract
  • identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
  • produce labour and material schedules for ordering
  • plan building or construction work
  • conduct on-site supervision of building and construction projects
  • apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
  • prepare simple building sketches and drawings
  • apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • resolve business disputes
  • supervise concreting work
  • calculate costs of construction work
    install swimming pool and spa subsoil drainage
  • apply sprayed concrete to shape and finish swimming pools and spas
  • apply codes and standards to building trade and services contracting
  • apply building codes and standards to the construction process for swimming pools and spas
  • apply structural principles to construction of swimming pools and spas
  • select, procure and store construction materials for swimming pools and spa projects

Construction trainees will acquire basic skills and knowledge relevant to construction, maintenance and renovation practices in the residential sector. Trainees will learn to:

  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • use construction tools and equipment
  • apply basic levelling procedures
  • carry out concreting to simple forms
  • apply occupational health and safety policies and procedures
  • work safely at heights

Construction - Construction Pathways trainees will acquire basic skills and knowledge in construction, maintenance and renovation practices to enable entry to a trade pathway to off-site occupations, such as joinery as well as carpentry, bricklaying and other occupations in general construction. Trainees will learn to:

  • work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
  • undertake a basic construction project
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • apply workplace health and safety policies and procedures
  • use specific tools and equipment related to the occupation
  • undertake basic estimating and costing
  • handle specific materials relevant to the related occupation

Construction – Steelfixing trainees will learn to:

  • apply basic levelling procedures
  • work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
  • plan and organise work
  • conduct workplace communication
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • handle steelfixing materials
  • use steelfixing tools and equipment
  • cut and bend materials using oxy-LPG equipment
  • place and fix reinforcement materials
  • arc weld reinforcement steel
  • machine-cut reinforcement materials
  • apply reinforcement schedule
  • apply workplace health and safety requirements, policies and procedures

Construction – Concreting trainees will learn to:

  • Carry out setting out
  • Erect and dismantle formwork for footings and slabs on ground
  • Carry out hand excavation
  • Apply basic levelling procedures
  • Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
  • Carry out measurements and calculations
  • Read and interpret plans and specifications
  • Handle concreting materials and components
  • Select, use and maintain concreting plant, tools and equipment
  • Determine concrete supply requirements
  • Place, finish and cure concrete
  • Place and fix reinforcement materials
  • Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

Construction – Crane Operations trainees work in high risk environments, they will learn to:

  • deliver and monitor a service to customers
  • handle construction materials
  • work safely at heights
  • operate elevated work platforms up to 11 metres
  • work safely around electrical sources, services and assets
  • perform dogging
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
  • undertake site inspections
  • apply accident-emergency procedures
  • apply fatigue management strategies

Additional licensing for rigging and elevated work platforms is available depending on the choice of electives.

Construction - Construction Waterproofing trainees will learn to:

  • handle waterproofing materials
  • use waterproofing tools and equipment
  • prepare surfaces for waterproofing application
  • apply waterproofing process to below ground level wet areas
  • apply waterproofing process to internal and external wet areas
  • apply waterproofing remedial processes
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Construction - Rigging and dogging trainees will learn to:

  • work safely at heights
  • perform basic rigging
  • perform dogging
  • work safely around power sources, services and assets
  • operate elevated work platforms
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Construction - Scaffolding trainees will learn to:

  • erect and dismantle basic and intermediate scaffolding
  • safely handle and use scaffolding tools and equipment
  • plan and organise work
  • carry out measurements and calculations
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures

Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services (Hydraulic Services design or Operations) reflects the role of experienced plumbing service operators with advanced technical skills and/or responsibility for project design and supervision. Trainees will learn skills common to the plumbing industry, including:

  • establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures
  • read and interpret plans and specifications
  • carry out work-based risk control processes
  • estimate and cost work
  • access and interpret regulatory requirements for the plumbing and services industry
  • design and size sanitary drainage systems
  • design and size stormwater drainage systems
  • design and size consumer gas installations
  • design and size sanitary plumbing systems
  • design and size heated and cold-water services and systems

Trainees can select from two streams: Operations* or Hydraulic services design (* must hold a Certificate III in Plumbing or be authorised to undertake plumbing work by an Australian regulator/licensing body prior to commencement)

Plumbing and Services - Fire Systems Design traineeship addresses the needs of fire systems designers who prepare detailed technical designs and documentation for water-based fire suppression systems and/or fire detection and occupant warning systems. At the core level, trainees will learn to:

  • define the scope and hazard level of fire systems design projects
  • research and interpret detailed fire systems design project requirements
  • research and evaluate fire system technologies and components
  • apply Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures, policies and procedures in the construction industry

They will also choose elective units to specialise in water-based systems, detection and warning systems or annual certification processes.



Competency Based Progression

Note: Competency based progression (CBP) applies to apprentices employed under any award that incorporates CBP provisions - for more information see Industrial arrangements.
Apprenticeships with a full-time nominal term of 48 months - direct entry
The rate of progress will be determined as follows:

Stage of apprenticeship

Entry, progression and exit requirements

Stage 1

Nil entry requirements.

Progression to Stage 2

Apprentices progress to Stage 2:

  • on attainment of 25% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 1 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 3

Apprentices progress to Stage 3:

  • On attainment of 50% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 2 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 4

Apprentices progress to Stage 4:

  • on attainment of 75% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 3 (whichever is earlier)

Exit

  • Upon attainment of 100% of the units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan.
  • On successful completion of the qualification, the parties may apply to the Commissioner for Vocational Training for completion of the apprenticeship.

Apprenticeships with a full-time nominal term of 42 months - reduced from nominal term of 48 months where the apprentice holds a relevant lower-level qualification as specified in the Vocational Training Order.
The rate of progress will be determined as follows:

Stage of apprenticeship

Entry, progression and exit requirements

Apprentices enter Stage 1

Progression to Stage 2

Apprentices progress to Stage 2:

  • on attainment of 25% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 6 months after commencing Stage 1 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 3

Apprentices progress to Stage 3:

  • on attainment of 50% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 2 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 4

Apprentices progress to Stage 4:

  • on attainment of 75 % of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 3 (whichever is earlier)

Exit

  • Upon attainment of 100% of the units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan.
  • On successful completion of the qualification, the parties may apply to the Commissioner for Vocational Training for completion of the apprenticeship.

Apprenticeships with a full-time nominal term of 36 months - direct entry
The rate of progress will be determined as follows:

Stage of apprenticeship

Entry, progression and exit requirements

Stage 1

Nil entry requirements.

Progression to Stage 2

Apprentices progress to Stage 2:

  • on attainment of 50% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 1 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 3

Apprentices progress to Stage 3:

  • on attainment of 75% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 2 (whichever is earlier)

Exit

  • Upon attainment of 100% of the units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan.
  • On successful completion of the qualification, the parties may apply to the Commissioner for Vocational Training for completion of the apprenticeship.

Apprenticeships with a full-time nominal term of 30 months - reduced from nominal term of 36 months where the apprentice holds a relevant lower-level qualification as specified in the Vocational Training Order.
The rate of progress will be determined as follows:

Stage of apprenticeship

Entry, progression and exit requirements

Apprentices enter Stage 1

Progression to Stage 2

Apprentices progress to Stage 2:

  • on attainment of 50% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 6 months after commencing Stage 1 (whichever is earlier)

Progression to Stage 3

Apprentices progress to Stage 3:

  • on attainment of 75% of the total units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan

or

  • 12 months after commencing Stage 2 (whichever is earlier)

Exit

  • Upon attainment of 100% of the units of competency for the relevant qualification as specified in the training plan.
  • On successful completion of the qualification, the parties may apply to the Commissioner for Vocational Training for completion of the apprenticeship.

Bricklaying - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC33020 Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC33020 Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC33020 Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC33020 Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Carpentry - Apprenticeship#, ^

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.


Educational Pathways Pilot Program (EPPP) ^

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 42 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 72 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Fire Protection - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC32820 Certificate III in Fire Protection

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

3 months

Joinery - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC31920 Certificate III in Joinery

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC31920 Certificate III in Joinery
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31920 Certificate III in Joinery where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved.

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships.

School based

CPC31920 Certificate III in Joinery

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Painting and Decorating - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 44 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Plumbing - General Plumbing Apprenticeship##, ^

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC32420 Certificate III in Plumbing (General Plumbing)

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC32420 Certificate III in Plumbing (General Plumbing)

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 180 days of on-the-job training.

Educational Pathways Pilot Program (EPPP) ^

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 42 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 90 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Roof Plumbing - Apprenticeship##

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC32620 Certificate III in Roof Plumbing

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

3 months

Roof Tiling - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30820 Certificate III in Roof Tiling

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC30820 Certificate III in Roof Tiling
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30820 Certificate III in Roof Tiling (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 3 months

Shopfitting - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC30120 Certificate III in Shopfitting

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Signs and Graphics - Apprenticeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 7 November 2016
Qualification CPC30216 Certificate III in Signs and Graphics

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC30216 Certificate III in Signs and Graphics
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30216 Certificate III in Signs and Graphics (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 33 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC30216 Certificate III in Signs and Graphics

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 24 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

3 months

Solid Plastering - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC31020 Certificate III in Solid Plastering

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC31020 Certificate III in Solid Plastering
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31020 Certificate III in Solid Plastering (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC31020 Certificate III in Solid Plastering

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 3 months

Stonemasonry - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC32320 Certificate III in Stonemasonry

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC32320 Certificate III in Stonemasonry
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC32320 Certificate III in Stonemasonry (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 3 months

Wall and Ceiling Lining - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 3 months

Wall and Floor Tiling - Apprenticeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling

Term of apprenticeship

Full time:

  • CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 42 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling

The term for a school based apprenticeship will be the school based component plus 36 months full-time post-school, or until the relevant competencies are achieved. The school based component will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During the school based component of the apprenticeship the school-based apprentice must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 3 months

Building and Construction - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021
Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary periods

2 months

Building and Construction - Building - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 17 December 2021
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Building and Construction - Demolition - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 May 2014
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30420 Certificate III in Demolition

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC30420 Certificate III in Demolition
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30420 Certificate III in Demolition (advanced entry) where the trainee holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Building and Construction - Management - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 15 January 2010
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC50320 Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC60220 Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 3 months

Building and Construction - Site Management - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 15 January 2010
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Site Manager)

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Building and Construction - Swimming Pool and Spa Building - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 15 January 2010
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC40820 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Building

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Building Project Support - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Building Project Support - Contract Administration - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Contract Administration)

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Building Project Support - Estimating - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Estimating)

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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School based

CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Concreting - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualifications CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting (advanced entry) where the trainee holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Construction Pathways - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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School based

CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 144 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Construction Waterproofing - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing (advanced entry) where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Crane Operations - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 February 2014
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC32920 Certificate III in Construction Crane Operations

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Rigging - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30720 Certificate III in Rigging

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC30720 Certificate III in Rigging
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30720 Certificate III in Rigging (advanced entry) where the trainee holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Scaffolding - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC30920 Certificate III in Scaffolding

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC30920 Certificate III in Scaffolding
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC30920 Certificate III in Scaffolding where the apprentice holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Construction - Steelfixing - Traineeship#

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 April 2013
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualifications CPC31120 Certificate III in Steelfixing

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • CPC31120 Certificate III in Steelfixing
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPC31120 Certificate III in Steelfixing (advanced entry) where the trainee holds CPC20120 Certificate II in Construction or CPC20220 Certificate II in Construction Pathways
    • 20 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
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Probationary period 2 months

Fire Systems Design - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Updated 30 July 2021
Qualification CPC50520 Diploma of Fire Systems Design

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary Period 3 months

Plumbing and Services - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period 3 months

Plumbing and Services - (Hydraulic Services Design) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period 3 months

Plumbing and Services - (Operations) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 30 July 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period 3 months
Page last updated: 30 July 2021