BSB61015 Advanced Diploma Of Leadership And Management

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Manage finances

  • Lead and manage organizational change

  • Provide leadership across the organisation

  • Develop and implement a business plan

CAREER OUTCOMES

They may also gain employment as a:

  • Senior Business Development Manager

  • Senior Corporate Services Manager

  • Operations Manager

  • Senior Level Management Positions

  • Department Manager

  • General Manager

  • Regional Manager

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply specialised knowledge and skills, together with experience in leadership and management, across a range of enterprise and industry contexts.

Individuals at this level use initiative and judgement to plan and implement a range of leadership and management functions, with accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters.

They use cognitive and communication skills to identify analyse and synthesise information from a variety of sources and transfer their knowledge to others, and creative or conceptual skills to express ideas and perspectives or respond to complex problems.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

BSB61015 Advanced Diploma Of Leadership And Management

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 3800.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Online

DURATION

Up to 12 Months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

Preferred pathways for candidates considering this qualification include:
• BSB61015 – Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management
Or
• With vocational experience but without formal management qualification.

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    BSBFIM601

    Manage finances

    BSBINN601

    Lead and mange organizational change

    BSBMGT605

    Provide leadership across the organisation

    BSBMGT617

    Develop and implement a business plan

    Elective Units

    BSBMGT608

    Manage innovations and continuous improvement

    BSBMGT616

    Develop and implement strategic plans

    BSBMGT619

    Identify and implement business innovation

    BSBMKG609

    Develop a marketing plan

    BSBMGT624

    Develop and implement corporate social responsibility

    PSPGOV602B

    Establish and maintain Strategic networks

    BSBMGT615

    Contribute to organisation development

    BSBCUE605

    Develop and implement customer engagement marketing strategy
  • Requirements

    There are no entry requirements and pre-requisites for this qualification.

TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Plan assessment activities and processes

  • Assess competence

  • Participate in assessment validation

  • Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning

  • Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

  • Design and develop learning programs

  • Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs

CAREER OUTCOMES

This entry level qualification for Vocational Education and Training industry can lead to employment as a Trainer I Assessor in educational institutions (e.g. TAFE) and private Registered Training Organisations and in many other businesses that conduct workplace training and/or assessment. It allows you to work within the entire vocational education and training (VET) sector – with typical job titles including:

  • Workplace trainer

  • Workplace assessor

  • Registered training organisation (RTO) or TAFE trainer

  • RTO or TAFE assessor

  • Training adviser

  • Training needs analyst

  • Vocational education teacher

  • More information about career outcomes can be found on www.myskills.gov.au

Commonly known as ‘train-the-trainer’, our TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course teaches the essential training and assessment activities – including how to design and develop learning programs; how to use training packages and accredited courses to meet the client needs, how to plan, organize and deliver group-based learning; how to facilitate learning in the workplace; and how to create, implement and manage assessment activities and processes.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 1299.00

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face

DURATION

Up to 12 Months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

After achieving TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, candidates may undertake TAA50104 Diploma of Training and Assessment or may choose to undertake TAE70110 Vocational Graduate Certificate in Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Practice

  • UNITS

    Core Competency

    The full qualification “Certificate IV in Training and Assessment” requires participants to complete 10 units competency to attain the qualification. This course includes seven (7) core units and three (3) elective units. Our standard program covers the following units of competency:

    Core Units

    TAEDES401A

    Design and develop learning programs

    TAEDES402A

    Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs

    TAEDEL401A

    Plan, organise and develop group-based learning

    TAEDEL402A

    Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

    TAEASS401B

    Plan assessment activities and processes

    TAEASS402B

    Assess competence

    TAEASS403B

    Participate in assessment validation

    Elective Units

    TAEDEL301A

    Provide work skill instruction

    TAELLN401A

    Address adult language, literacy and numeracy

    BSBCMM401A

    Make a presentation
  • Requirements

    There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency..

SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Manage diversity in the workplace

  • Work effectively in hospitality service

  • Enhance customer service experiences

  • Manage conflict

  • Manage finances within a budget

  • Coach others in job skills

  • Lead and manage people

  • Monitor work operations

  • Implement and monitor work health and safety practices

CAREER OUTCOMES

Possible job titles include:

  • Bar supervisor or team leader

  • Concierge

  • Duty manager

  • Food and beverage supervisor or team leader

  • Front office supervisor or team leader

  • Housekeeping supervisor or team leader

  • Gaming supervisor or team leader

  • Shift manager

This qualification reflects the role of skilled operators who use a broad range of hospitality service, sales or operational skills combined with supervisory skills and sound knowledge of industry operations to plan, monitor and evaluate the work of team members. They operate independently or with limited guidance from others, and use discretion to solve non-routine problems.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 4000.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees

  • Queensland Government funded training under VET – Investment plan 2015-16

    If the participant is currently eligible for Queensland Government funding through VET- Investment plan 2016-17, then the students eligible to tuition subsidy will incur a refundable student contribution fee of up to $ 15.00. (Co-contribution Fee represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant)

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face / On the Job Training

DURATION

Up to 18 months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details.

PATHWAY
Pathways from the qualification

Further training pathways from this qualification include, but are not limited to, SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management.

Licensing considerations

There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification.

Job roles
  • Bar supervisor or team leader
  • Concierge
  • Duty manager
  • Food and beverage supervisor or team leader
  • Front office supervisor or team leader
  • Housekeeping supervisor or team leader
  • Gaming supervisor or team leader
  • Shift manager.
  • UNITS

    Core Units

    BSBDIV501

    Manage diversity in the workplace

    SITHIND004

    Work effectively in hospitality service

    SITXCCS007

    Enhance customer service experiences

    SITXCOM005

    Manage conflict

    SITXFIN003

    Manage finances within a budget

    SITXHRM001

    Coach others in job skills

    SITXHRM003

    Lead and manage people

    SITXMGT001

    Monitor work operations

    SITXWHS003

    Implement and monitor work health and safety practices

    Elective Units

    SITHIND001

    Use hygienic practices for hospitality service

    BSBSUS401

    Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

    BSBFIA401

    Prepare financial reports

    SITXFSA001

    Use hygienic practices for food safety

    SITXHRM002

    Roster staff

    SITHIND002

    Source and use information on the hospitality industry

    SITXFSA002

    Participate in safe food handling practices

    SITXWHS002

    Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks

    SITHFAB016

    Provide advice on food

    SITXINV003

    Purchase Goods

    SITHFAB014

    Provide table service of food and beverage

    BSBITU306

    Design and produce business documents
  • Requirements

    Course Entry Requirements

    This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.

    • Applicants should have completed a year 12 or equivalent level of secondary education.
    • Applicants must be over the age of 18 at the time of commencement.

    Unit marked Pre-requisite unit SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety

FDF30111 Certificate III in Food Processing

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Implement the food safety program and procedures

  • Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs

  • Implement the food safety program and procedures

  • Contribute to OHS processes

  • Provide and apply workplace information

  • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

CAREER OUTCOMES

  • The Certificate III in Food Processing targets those performing production related roles that require an application of industry specific skills and knowledge, including some technical and problem solving ability. This qualification caters for multi-skilled outcomes and roles that include team leader functions within the production environment.

  • More information about career outcomes can be found on www.myskills.gov.au

 

This qualification covers a range of food processing industries, such as:
• Grain processing (including stock feed, animal feed, milling wheat, barley oats and flour milling)
• Beverage (including juices, soft drinks, cordials, aerated and still waters, energy drinks and other modified beverage such as vitamin and antioxidant beverages, coffee, tea and ice)
• Confectionery
• Fruit and vegetable
• Grocery products and supplies (including honey, jams, spreads, sauces, dressings, condiments, spices, edible oils and fats and pasta)
• Poultry

Overview

QUALIFICATION

FDF30111 Certificate III in Food Processing

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 5000.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees

  • Queensland Government funded training under VET – Investment plan 2015-16

    If the participant is currently eligible for Queensland Government funding through VET- Investment plan 2016-17, then the students eligible to tuition subsidy will incur a refundable student contribution fee of up to $ 15.00. (Co-contribution Fee represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant)

DELIVERY MODE

Face to face & Blended

DURATION

Up to 12 Months

PATHWAY

Pathways into the qualification Pathways for candidates considering this qualification include:
● FDF20111 Certificate II in Food Processing
● Direct entry relevant vocational training and/or work experience.
● Pathways from the qualification After achieving this qualification, candidates may undertake the FDF40110 Certificate IV in Food Processing or FDF41007 Certificate IV in Food Safety Auditing, other food processing related qualifications or any other suitable qualification.

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    FDFFS2001A

    Implement the food safety program and procedures

    FDFFS3001A

    Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs (FDFFS2001A Implement the food safety program and procedures)

    FDFOHS3001A

    Contribute to OHS processes

    FDFOP2064A

    Provide and apply workplace information

    MSAENV272B

    Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

    Elective Units

    FDFFS1001A

    Follow work procedures to maintain food safety

    FDFOHS2001A

    Participate in OHS processes

    FDFPPL3006A

    Establish compliance requirements for work area

    FDFOP2061A

    Use numerical applications in the workplace

    FDFPPL3003A

    Support and mentor individuals and groups

    FDFPPL3004A

    Lead work teams and groups

    FDFPPL3001A

    Participate in improvement processes

    FDFPPL3002A

    Report on workplace performance

    BSBWRT301A

    Write simple documents

    BSBRKG303B

    Retrieve information from records

    FDFOP3004A

    Operate interrelated processes in a packaging system

    FDFOP3002A

    Set up a production or packaging line for operation
  • Requirements

    There are no entry requirements for this qualification. Students are required to undertake a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy test prior to commencing the training and must possess basic level of mathematics equivalent to a school sector Year 10 standard.

CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Contribute to effective workplace relationships

  • Organise personal work priorities and development

  • Maintain workplace safety in the security industry

  • Manage conflict through negotiation

  • Determine response to security risk situation

  • Prepare and present security documentation and reports

  • Coordinate a quality security service to customers

  • Maintain security of environment

CAREER OUTCOMES

Security officers aiming for supervisory role. Participants of this course may include:

  • Current workers in the Security industry wishing to add to their career opportunities

  • Students who wish to continue study after the CPP20212 to increase their employment opportunities. The course covers legislative requirements in relation to the Security Industry, Customer Service, Teamwork, Communication and Negotiation Skills, Risk Management, Reporting Security Incidents and Incident Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Emergency Procedures and Evacuation of Premises.

  • More information about career outcomes can be found on www.myskills.gov.au

This course is the next step for those security professionals looking at moving up into a supervisory role within the company. You will stand out from the rest of the competition when you show your employer how committed you are to self develop and upgrading your skills. This course will create the opportunity for employment in specialist areas of the security industry. You will gain critical skills required in developing and carrying out an operational plan, supervising and managing a small team for general security operations relating to the protection of people, self-defence and the defence of others.

Overview

QUALIFICATION CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations
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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 650.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees

  • Queensland Government funded training under VET – Investment plan 2015-16

    If the participant is currently eligible for Queensland Government funding through VET- Investment plan 2016-17, then the students eligible to tuition subsidy will incur a refundable student contribution fee of up to $ 15.00. (Co-contribution Fee represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant)

DELIVERY MODE Face to Face
DURATION Up to 15 Days
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details
PATHWAY The students who undertake the Certificate III in Security Operations is provided with advice on further training options. Students who gain this qualification can further their study in the CPP40707 – Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management or employment as a Security Guard.
  • UNITS

    Core Units
    BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships
    BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and development
    CPPSEC3001A Maintain workplace safety in the security industry
    CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation
    CPPSEC3003A Determine response to security risk situation
    CPPSEC3005A Prepare and present security documentation and reports
    CPPSEC3006A Coordinate a quality security service to customers
    CPPSEC3007A Maintain security of environment
    Elective Units
    CPPSEC2011A Control access to and exit from premises
    CPPSEC2012A Monitor control individual and crowd behaviour
    CPPSEC2015A Patrol premises
    CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques
    HLTFA311A Apply first aid
    CPPSEC3012A Store and protect information
  • Requirements

    There are no pre-requisites preventing anyone from completing the program for educational purposes, however under the Security Providers Act, a person must be an “Appropriate Person” to obtain a licence. You may NOT be an appropriate person if you were: A patient within the meaning of the Mental Health Act; Taken advantage, as a debtor, of the laws of Bankruptcy; or have been charged or convicted of an indictable offence. You must also be 18 years of age to apply for a licence. If any of the above applies to you, it may prevent you from being issued a licence.

CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Communicate effectively in the security industry

  • Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

  • Work effectively in the security industry

  • Respond to security risk situation

  • Work as part of a security team

  • Provide security services to clients

  • Apply first aid

CAREER OUTCOMES

A current security officer (unarmed) licence holder, can apply for security positions such as

  • Static guard

  • Mobile patrol officer

  • Construction Site

  • Shopping centres

  • Resorts, universities

  • Schools and a multitude of other areas.

This Qualification is required to become a licensed security officer (unarmed). The learner must complete the 12 units of competency according to Queensland state legislation. Successful completion of this program will allow you to apply for an unrestricted Security Officer licence, and will provide a pathway to higher level training programs, such as Certificate III in Security Operations. Your trainer’s aim is to provide you with the information and skills to become an effective and efficient security professional. Role plays, scenarios, case studies, class discussions and real life experiences provide students with a stimulating and fun learning environment. Our training program includes an introduction to the private security industry, legal studies, ethical standards, performance management, teamwork, communication skills, risk management, incident management, reporting, security officer duties and responsibilities, defensive techniques and first aid. This program incorporates a combination of theory and practice through presentations, group discussions, role plays and self paced learning.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 1500.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face

DURATION

Minimum full time load of 17 days
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

The students who undertake the Certificate II in Security Operations is provided with advice on further training options. Students who gain this qualification can further their study in the Certificate III in Security Operations CPP30411 or employment as a Security Guard.

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    CPPSEC2001A

    Communicate effectively in the security industry

    CPPSEC2002A

    Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

    CPPSEC2003B

    Work effectively in the security industry

    CPPSEC2004B

    Respond to security risk situation

    CPPSEC2005A

    Work as part of a security team

    CPPSEC2006B

    Provide security services to clients

    HLTAID003

    Provide first aid

    Elective Units

    CPPSEC2017A

    Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques

    CPPSEC2011B

    Control access to and exit from premises

    CPPSEC2012A

    Monitor control individual and crowd behaviour

    CPPSEC2014A

    Operate basic security equipment

    CPPSEC2015A

    Patrol premises
  • Requirements

    There are no pre-requisites preventing anyone from completing the program for educational purposes, however under the Security Providers Act, a person must be an “Appropriate Person” to obtain a licence. You may NOT be an appropriate person if you were: A patient within the meaning of the Mental Health Act; Taken advantage, as a debtor, of the laws of Bankruptcy; or have been charged or convicted of an indictable offence. You must also be 18 years of age to apply for a licence. If any of the above applies to you, it may prevent you from being issued a licence.

CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Select, procure and store construction materials for low rise projects

  • Plan building or construction work

  • Conduct on-site supervision of building and construction projects

  • Apply legal requirements to building and construction projects

  • Apply structural principles to residential low rise constructions

  • Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions

  • Read and interpret plans and specifications

CAREER OUTCOMES

This course is designed for:

  • Builders, site managers, forepersons, construction managers and other

  • Building practitioners involved with the management of, or wishing to start, small to medium sized building businesses.

  • Building and construction practitioners who wish to become the appropriately registered person with responsibility under Queensland legislation.

Construction industry continues to grow and is promising to cater jobs throughout Australia as it provides home, place of work and entertainment, school, hospitals, and other essential components for our day to day living such as roads, and infrastructure for water, electricity, and telecommunications.

Sherwood Institute of Australia offers you an opportunity to get into the building industry with a Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building), which covers building construction theory and practices related to low rise buildings, in a more flexible schedule. Along with our commitment to ensure 100% acquisition of knowledge and managerial skills required for the construction industry, this course is delivered by professionals with extensive industry experience.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 7000.00.

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees

  • Queensland Government funded training under VET – Investment plan 2015-16

    If the participant is currently eligible for Queensland Government funding through VET- Investment plan 2016-17, then the students eligible to tuition subsidy will incur a refundable student contribution fee of up to $50.00. (Co-contribution Fee represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant)

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face/On the job Training

DURATION

Up to 6 Months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

After the achievement of this qualification the participant may move towards qualifications within specific fields from Diploma levels from the Construction Training Package.

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    CPCCBC4001A

    Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for low rise building projects

    CPCCBC4002A

    Manage occupational health and safety in the building and construction workplace

    CPCCBC4003A

    Select and prepare a construction contract

    CPCCBC4004A

    Identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects

    CPCCBC4005A

    Produce labour and material schedules for ordering

    CPCCBC4006B

    Select, procure and store construction materials for low rise projects

    CPCCBC4007A

    Plan building or construction work

    CPCCBC4008B

    Conduct on-site supervision of building and construction projects

    CPCCBC4009B

    Apply legal requirements to building and construction projects

    CPCCBC4010B

    Apply structural principles to residential low rise constructions

    CPCCBC4011B

    Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions

    CPCCBC4012B

    Read and interpret plans and specifications

    BSBSMB406A

    Manage small business finances

    Elective Units

    BSBWOR402A

    Promote team effectiveness

    BSBMGT403A

    Implement continuous improvement

    CPCCBC4018A

    Apply site surveys and set-out procedures to building and construction projects
  • Requirements

    • • There are no entry requirements for this qualification. Students are required to undertake a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy test prior to commencing the training.

CPC31411 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Handle waterproofing materials

  • Use waterproofing tools and equipment

  • Prepare for construction waterproofing process

  • Prepare surfaces for waterproofing application

  • Apply waterproofing process to below ground level wet areas

  • Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas

  • Apply waterproofing process to external wet areas

  • Apply waterproofing remedial processes

  • Carry out concreting to simple forms

CAREER OUTCOMES

This qualification provides a trade outcome in waterproofing for the residential and commercial construction industry.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Waterproofer

The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as two specialist fields of work. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPC31411 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing

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COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 7000.00.

    RPL fee is $ 2995.00

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face / On the Job Training / RPL

DURATION

Up to 12 months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details.

PATHWAY
Pathways from the qualification

Further training pathways from this qualification may include other higher level Construction Qualifications such as CPC40611 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Specialist Trades), CPC40708 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Trade Contracting) or other relevant qualifications.

Job roles
  • Waterproofer
  • UNITS

    Core Units

    CPCCCM1012A

    Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry

    CPCCCM1013A

    Plan and organise work

    CPCCCM1014A

    Conduct workplace communication

    CPCCCM1015A

    Carry out measurements and calculations

    CPCCCM2001A

    Read and interpret plans and specifications

    CPCCOHS2001A

    Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

    CPCCWP2001A

    Handle waterproofing materials

    CPCCWP2002A

    Use waterproofing tools and equipment

    CPCCWP2003A

    Prepare for construction waterproofing process

    CPCCWP2004A

    Prepare surfaces for waterproofing application

    CPCCWP3001A

    Apply waterproofing process to below ground level wet areas

    CPCCWP3002A

    Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas

    CPCCWP3003A

    Apply waterproofing process to external wet areas

    CPCCWP3004A

    Apply waterproofing remedial processes

    Elective Units

    CPCCWF3005A

    Carry out decorative tiling

    CPCCWF3008A

    Tile domestic pools and spas

    CPCCCO2013A

    Carry out concreting to simple forms
  • Requirements

    • Applicants should have completed a year 12 or equivalent level of secondary education.
    • Applicants must be over the age of 18 at the time of commencement.
    • This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.
    • Note:
      • Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement.

      • Some units in this qualification may have prerequisite requirements, which must be met when packaging the qualification. Users are referred to the list of CPC08 units with prerequisite unit requirements available in this Training Package for this purpose.

CPC31311 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry

  • Plan and organise work

  • Apply basic levelling procedures

  • Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

  • Handle wall and floor tiling materials

  • Use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment

  • Prepare surfaces for tiling application

  • Fix floor tiles

  • Fix wall tiles

  • Repair wall and floor tiles

  • Carry out mosaic tiling

  • Tile curved surfaces

  • Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas

  • Carry out decorative tiling

  • Tile domestic pools and spas

  • Carry out concreting to simple forms

CAREER OUTCOMES

This qualification provides a trade outcome in wall and floor tiling for residential and commercial construction work.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Tiler

  • Wall and floor tiler

The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as a specialist field of work. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPC31311 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling

NATIONALLY RECOGNISED recognizeMaster Builders
COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 7000.00.

    RPL fee is $ 2995.00

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This represents the total non-government subsidised portion of essential training costs for the participant to undertake the qualification. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face / On the Job Training / RPL

DURATION

Up to 12 months
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details.

PATHWAY
Pathways from the qualification

Further training pathways from this qualification include, but are not limited to, CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building).

  • UNITS

    Core Units

    CPCCCM1012A

    Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry

    CPCCCM1013A

    Plan and organise work

    CPCCCM1014A

    Conduct workplace communication

    CPCCCM1015A

    Carry out measurements and calculations

    CPCCCM2001A

    Read and interpret plans and specifications

    *CPCCCM2006B

    Apply basic levelling procedures

    CPCCOHS2001A

    Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

    CPCCWF2001A

    Handle wall and floor tiling materials

    CPCCWF2002A

    Use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment

    CPCCWF3001A

    Prepare surfaces for tiling application

    CPCCWF3002A

    Fix floor tiles

    CPCCWF3003A

    Fix wall tiles

    CPCCWF3004A

    Repair wall and floor tiles

    CPCCWF3006A

    Carry out mosaic tiling

    CPCCWF3007A

    Tile curved surfaces

    CPCCWP3002A

    Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas

    Elective Units

    CPCCWF3005A

    Carry out decorative tiling

    CPCCWF3008A

    Tile domestic pools and spas

    CPCCCO2013A

    Carry out concreting to simple forms
  • Requirements

    • Applicants should have completed a year 12 or equivalent level of secondary education.
    • Applicants must be over the age of 18 at the time of commencement.

    *Unit has prerequisite of CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

CPC30611 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating

KEY LEARNING AREAS

  • Work Safely in the construction Industry

  • 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

  • Calculate and cost construction work

  • Work safely at heights

  • Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

  • Operate elevated work platforms

  • Erect and maintain trestle and plank systems

  • 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

  • Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding

  • Apply paint by brush and roller

  • Apply texture coat paint finishes by brush, roller and spray

  • Apply paint by spray

  • Match specified paint colour

  • Apply stains and clear timber finishes

  • Apply wallpaper

  • Implement safe lead paint and asbestos work practices in the painting industry

CAREER OUTCOMES

This qualification provides a trade outcome in painting and decorating for residential and commercial construction work. Occupational titles may include:

  • Painter and Decorator

  • More information about career outcomes can be found on www.myskills.gov.au

The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as two specialist fields of work. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context. Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement.

Overview

QUALIFICATION

CPC30611 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating

NATIONALLY RECOGNISED recognizeMaster Builders
COURSE FEES
  • Full course fee per participant is $ 7500.00.

    RPL fee is $ 2995.00

    For full fee paying students, Sherwood Institute of Australia will not accept payment of more than $1000 from each individual student prior to course commencement, and no more than $1500 at any given time for students who choose payment plans post the commencement of a course. For more information please check our 2016-2017 fees and charges policy and procedure and statement of fees. This fee includes enrolment charges, tuition, services, materials fees and all other costs associated with delivering the training and assessment services and awarding the qualification to the participant.

DELIVERY MODE

Face to Face / on the Job Training / RPL

DURATION

This program is delivered over 4 years period
Please contact Sherwood Institute of Australia’s admission’s office for further details

PATHWAY

Further training pathways from this qualification may lead to one of the following Certificate IV level qualification

  • CPC40611 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Specialist Trades)
  • CPC40408 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Sales)
  • CPC40708 Certificate IV in Building and Construction
  • UNITS

    Pre-Requisite Unit

    CPCCOHS1001A Work Safely in the construction Industry

    Core Units

    CPCCCM1012A Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
    CPCCCM1013A Plan and organise work
    CPCCCM1014A Conduct workplace communication
    CPCCCM1015A Carry out measurements and calculations
    CPCCCM2001A Read and interpret plans and specifications
    CPCCCM2003B Calculate and cost construction work
    CPCCCM2010B Work safely at heights
    CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
    CPCCCM3001C Operate elevated work platforms
    CPCCPB3026B Erect and maintain trestle and plank systems
    CPCCPD2011A Handle painting and decorating materials
    CPCCPD2012A Use painting and decorating tools and equipment
    CPCCPD2013A Remove and replace doors and door and window components
    CPCCPD3021A Prepare surfaces for painting
    CPCCCM2008B Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
    CPCCPD3022A Apply paint by brush and roller
    CPCCPD3023A Apply texture coat paint finishes by brush, roller and spray
    CPCCPD3024A Apply paint by spray
    CPCCPD3025A Match specified paint colour
    CPCCPD3026A Apply stains and clear timber finishes
    CPCCPD3027A Apply wallpaper
    CPCCPD3028A Apply decorative paint finishes
    CPCCPD3031A Implement safe lead paint and asbestos work practices in the painting industry

    Elective Units

    CPCCPD3029A Remove graffiti and apply protective coatings
    CPCCPD3030B Apply protective paint coating systems
    CPCCPD3032A Apply advanced wallpaper techniques
    CPCCSP3003A Apply trowelled texture coat finishes
  • Requirements
    • Applicants must be 18 years or older.
    • All students are required to undertake a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy test prior to commencing the training.