Certificate I in Construction
This qualification will help learners develop basic skills in carpentry. Learners will learn to read and interpret plans and specifications, measure and perform calculations, handle construction materials, use construction tools and equipment and undertake a basic construction project. A General Safety Induction (White Card) is also delivered in this course, which is an industry requirement for you to work on a Queensland construction site.
Face to Face
Groves Christian College (Face to Face)
Staines Memorial College (Trade Training Centre)
Equivalent to 4 Terms (1 Year)
This course contributes to QCE Credits. Please see your Careers advisor for more information.
There is a consumables fee of $60 PPE and Uniform. This fee may be subsidised by your College. Please see your Fees Advisor for more information.
Learners are required to take a Language, Literacy & Numeracy assessment pre-enrolment. This will help us support you if necessary in achieving a successful course outcome.
Possible Pathway Options
Upon completion of this course, learners could apply for an apprenticeship or enrol into a Certificate II pre-vocational program post school.
Possible Career Outcomes
Possible career outcomes include trade assistant and carpentry/joinery worker.
To complete CPC10111 Certificate I in Construction, learners must complete eight (8) core units and three (3) elective units.
|CPCCCM1012||Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry|
|CPCCCM1013A||Plan and organise work|
|CPCCCM1014A||Conduct workplace communication|
|CPCCCM2001A||Read and interpret plans and specifications|
|CPCCCM2005B||Use construction tools and equipment|
|CPCCWHS1001||Prepare to work safely in the construction industry|
|CPCCOHS2001A||Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry|
|CPCCVE1011A||Undertake a basic construction project|
|CPCCCM2004A||Handle construction materials|
|CPCCCM1015A||Carry out measurements and calculations|
|CPCCM2006B||Apply basic levelling procedures|
Training and Assessment
Learners are expected to engage in class sessions on a regular basis, meet course requirements and undertake a certain amount of self-directed preparation, reading and practice at their initiative and in their own time.
Assessments include activities, case studies, quizzes, short answer questions, video responses, and observation of performance.
Learners will need access to a digital video recording device and/or a digital camera and associated software to save and upload video, image and audio files to Vet.Link. Software such as Adobe Reader, Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Viewer etc. are available as a free download from the internet.
Download the Course Description here
*Correct at time of publication, subject to change
30 July 2020
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