Kickstart your career in carpentry with help from Pro Training Australia. The Certificate III in Carpentry is designed to provide participants with skills, knowledge and attitudes that complement their on-site training. It also assists in the development of a highly skilled and flexible workforce along with the ability to make informed choices of future career paths. Certificate III Carpentry covers interpretation of plans, measurements and calculations, use of power tools and equipment, surface preparation and construction and installation.
Who is the certificate III in carpentry course for?
If you want a career that can provide highly transferable skills, Certificate III in Carpentry might be the perfect first step. The course is suitable for individuals looking to commence or further their skills as a carpenter. It’s open to new and existing workers who are currently employed in a relevant position and wanting to work toward completing the qualification. This course may lead to employment within a number of positions, including:
- Registered builder
- Building inspector
- Leading hand
- Project manager
What are the entry requirements for Certificate III Carpentry?
There are no educational entry requirements for this qualification, however, all students must be aged 18 years or over at the time of applying. Students must have a sense of balance and the ability to cope with the physical demands of the training and assessment that involves manual labour, working at heights, heavy lifting and operation of tools (both manual and power tools).
At enrolment, all candidates for assessment will be offered RPL – recognition of prior learning. RPL is an assessment process that explores an individual’s non-formal and informal learning to determine the extent to which they’ve achieved the required learning and competency outcomes, or standards for entry to, and/or partial completion of, a qualification.
For more information about RPL qualifications, please contact the Pro Training Australia team.
Certification III in Carpentry
To successfully complete the Certificate III Carpentry course and achieve this qualification, the candidate must demonstrate competency in 30 units which comprise:
- Twenty-two core units
- Eight elective units
Course assessment includes a mixture of practical tutorials, project work and written tests. Assessment is a necessary part of this program, to show that you have achieved the skills and knowledge outlined in the competency standards. You’ll be informed in advance about the assessment procedure and criteria.
For more information, please submit an enquiry online or call the Pro Training Australia team directly.