Certificate I in Construction

COURSE CODE: CPC10120
Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Djarragun College RTO30166

Qualification description
In this entry-level practical course, you will be learning how to use basic tools and equipment and get hands-on training in fundamental construction techniques. This is a pre-apprenticeship course and will get students ‘job-ready’ for an apprenticeship in construction.
Djarragun College has an agreement with the authority to issue general construction induction training cards, on behalf of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.

Entry requirements
Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

Duration and location
This Certificate is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College, in our purpose built trades training centre and workshops.
Delivery modes

The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to-face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

Fees

There is no additional fee for enrolling in a VET course, there are two different College fee levels applicable for enrolling at the College. Any VET courses are covered within this fee.

Support Services Available

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.
We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

RTO obligation
Djarragun College guarantees that the student will be provided with every opportunity to complete the qualification. We do not guarantee employment upon completion of this qualification.
Students who are deemed competent in all units of competency will be awarded a Qualification, a Record of Results and full QCE points.
Students who achieve at least one unit of competency (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment and may receive some QCE points.

Pathways
Apprentice Carpenter, Construction Apprenticeships, Trades Assistant

QCE Points
This Certificate I level course will attract 3 QCE points.

Course Units

* Unit ‘CPCCWHS2001: Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry’ must be completed first, as a pre-requisite, before these units can be attempted.

 

 

Certificate II in Construction Pathways

COURSE CODE: CPC20220
Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Djarragun College RTO30166

Qualification description
This course is a great introduction to the Construction/Carpentry trades.
This course is designed for students who intend to pursue a career in the construction industry and associated trades or would like to build an interest in this area. Our aim to provide you with the foundation knowledge and the elementary skills required to work in the building and associated trades.
This qualification prepares you with the essential skills needed to enter a full apprenticeship in your chosen field of construction, including carpentry, joinery and shopfitting or wall and floor tiling.

  • how to safely operate a range of tools and equipment including but not limited to Industrial static woodworking machines, power tools and hand tools.
  • how to plan and prepare for a project to determine component requirements and correct work task sequence.
  • complete a range of projects including constructing full size timber load bearing walls, timber sub-floor frames. Erecting roof trusses, external panelling. Hanging doors and fitting lock-sets.
  • trade math, which deals with the practical application of using calculation for Area, Volume, Scale and Linear measurements.

Djarragun College has an agreement with the authority to issue general construction induction training cards, on behalf of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.

Entry requirements

Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

Duration and location
This Certificate II course is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College, in our purpose built trades training centre and workshops.

Delivery modes
The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to-face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

Fees
There is no additional fee for enrolling in a VET course, there are two different College fee levels applicable for enrolling at the College. Any VET courses are covered within this fee.

Support Services Available
The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.
We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

RTO obligation
Djarragun College guarantees that the student will be provided with every opportunity to complete the qualification. We do not guarantee employment upon completion of this qualification.
Students who are deemed competent in all units of competency will be awarded a Qualification, a Record of Results and full QCE points.
Students who achieve at least one unit of competency (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment and may receive some QCE points.

Pathways
Builder, Carpenter, Concreter, Wall and Floor Tiler, Plaster, Project Manager, Estimator, Trades Assistant, Bricklayer, Painter and Decorator, Construction Assistant, Electrician, Plumber, Floor Polisher

QCE Points
Certificate II level courses will attract 4 QCE points.

Course units
Djarragun College delivers Certificate II in Construction Pathways in two occupational streams:
• Stream A: Remote Area Building
• Stream B: Construction Pathways – in particular to Carpentry and Joinery.

* Unit ‘CPCCWHS2001 Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry’ must be completed first, as a pre-requisite, before these units can be attempted.

 

 

 

Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

COURSE CODE: MSF20516
Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Djarragun College RTO30166

Qualification description
This course is a great introduction to the Furniture Making/Cabinet Making trades.
You will learn how to complete a valid Risk Assessment for all activities, and learn the correct procedures to follow in regards to Work Health and Safety (WHS) rules and guidelines.
You will learn how to safely operate a range of tools and equipment including but not limited to Industrial static woodworking machines, power tools and hand tools.
You will learn how to plan and prepare for a project to determine component requirements and correct work task sequence.
You will complete a range of projects including making a coffee table or similar, constructing a standard kitchen cupboard carcass. Learn how to make and fit both cabinet drawers and doors and apply and fit cabinet hardware.

Entry requirements
Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

Duration and location
This Certificate II course is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College, in our purpose built trades training centre and workshops.

Delivery modes
The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to-face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

Fees
There is no additional fee for enrolling in a VET course, there are two different College fee levels applicable for enrolling at the College. Any VET courses are covered within this fee.

Support Services Available
The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.
We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

RTO obligation
Djarragun College guarantees that the student will be provided with every opportunity to complete the qualification. We do not guarantee employment upon completion of this qualification.
Students who are deemed competent in all units of competency will be awarded a Qualification, a Record of Results and full QCE points.
Students who achieve at least one unit of competency (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment and may receive some QCE points.

Pathways
Product Assembler, Trades Assistant, Cabinet Making Apprenticeship

QCE Points
Certificate II level courses will attract 4 QCE points.

Course Units