This programme comprises 120 credits.
Workplace Safety Frameworks and Practices (20 Credits)
Learn about the broad legislative frameworks that regulates the construction industry; and requirements for workplace safety in the construction industry. Students are exposed to construction environments where they are able to apply their knowledge of safe working practices, the legislative framework and develop effective communication skills.
Skills for Construction Trades (10 Credits)
Learn how to interpret and use construction specifications and drawings. Develop calculation skills that underpin construction practices in the industry.
Carpentry Terminology and Concepts (10 Credits)
Learn carpentry concepts and terminology.
Building Assembly Techniques and Properties of Building Materials (10 Credits)
Learn broad range of basic building techniques and properties of building materials/products and linings that are used in a variety of carpentry projects.
Construction and Installation Processes and Techniques (10 Credits)
This course introduces students to a range of construction and installation processes and techniques when carrying out carpentry tasks.
Carpentry Project Preliminaries (15 Credits)
Complete a carpentry project that focuses on preliminary work and consent and compliance requirements.
Carpentry Project Foundations and Support Structures (15 Credits)
Carry out foundation and support structure work and meet compliance requirements for a defined carpentry project.
Carpentry Project Frames, Structures and Exterior Envelope (15 Credits)
Carry out frames, structures and exterior envelope work in accordance with compliance requirements for a defined carpentry project.
Carpentry Project Interior Linings and Finishing (15 Credits)
Complete interior lining and finishing work and meet compliance requirements for a defined carpentry project.