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Do you want to build a career from the foundations up to the ridge flashing?
When you complete the Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) you will be ready for a career as a construction site manager, or (with additional experience) registered building practitioner.
Prospective applicants should already have (or have by course completion date) 7 years or more experience in the Building Industry.
Gain these skills:
- coordinate the construction of residential buildings
- building and contract law
- quantities and estimating
- site safety
- timber code
- project management
- building contracts
- workplace health and safety
This course covers the academic requirement for registration as a builder with Building Services Board.
|School Leaver||Non-School Leaver||AQF|
|Completion of WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) or equivalent||Completion of WACE General or ATAR or equivalent (minimum C Grades)||Certificate III|
Online and on-campus study
Course study is completed over seven modules (3 units per module). Students will need to attend three days (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) of on-campus workshops each month as per the delivery schedule. Assessments must be submitted within six months of the unit start date.
- Module 1 - 17 February
- Module 2 – 17 March
- Module 3 – 21 April
- Module 4 – 19 May
- Module 5 – 16 June
- Module 6 - 21 July
- Module 7 – 18 August
- Module 1 - 15 September
- Module 2 – 13 October
- Module 3 – 11 November
- Module 4 – 16 February 2022
- Module 5 – 16 March 2022
- Module 6 – 20 April 2022
- Module 7 – 18 May 2022
Students of this course will need to study online, with some attendance on-campus for orientation and then practical assessment. Your study will use online software, with access provided to you after enrolment.
It is also recommended you are able to use headphones or a headset and a microphone to be able to engage with online discussions.
The nature of online study can involve a significant investment of time and the ability to be a focused, self-motivated learner. You should consider your personal circumstances and past study history before committing to study online.
Study options and next steps
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