CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry
- Subsidised by Queensland Government
- Strict eligibility requirements apply
- Click the 'Apprentices' tab below for further details
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Formalize your current knowledge and skill gained in the workplace.
Must provide evidence of industry skills.
Recommended for experienced carpenters with four or more years experience.
You must be an indentured apprentice to enrol.
No block release, all completed in the workplace.
- Formal recognition for your experience
- For experienced carpenters
- Click the 'RPL' tab below for further details
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* - total cost for course, see 'Costs' tab for how total cost is calculated.
You MUST be an indentured apprentice to complete the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry under normal conditions. If you are not an apprentice, or soon to be an apprentice, then you must be able to RPL all but two (2) of the required units through knowledge, skills and experience from being a carpenter for a number of years.
You do not have to attend any formal classes, or get released by your employer for 'block release'. Theory and completion of your logbook is completed online, in your own time, where you like. Practical skills is gained and assessed in the workplace.
Typically a carpentry apprenticeship will take four (4) years to complete, with the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry taking approximately three and a half (3.5) years to complete in that time. Accelerated progression is possible for apprentices with prior knowledge or experience, or those who can achieve competency in a unit/s quicker than standard times.
You will be fully supported by industry qualified and current QBCC licensed Builders. We will contact you regularly by email and/or phone with at least a monthly visit on-site with you and your employer to discuss your progression. In between times you are more than welcome to contact us any time with any questions you may have.
Further information and how to enrolClick the 'How to start' tab for more information on how to enrol.
If you would like further information, download our brochure or click here to submit any questions or queries you have and we will get back to you ASAP.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you have been employed as a carpenter and have gained knowledge, skills and experience from being on the job, you may be eligible for RPL for the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry.
This option is available to you if you can RPL all but two (2) of the required units. We will provide training to up to two (2) units at either our Capalaba or Caboolture workshops.
If you are considering RPL for this course, please contact us first before you proceed any further so we can discuss your experience with you.
If you proceed with an RPL application, we require a $300, non-refundable deposit up front before you proceed. This covers our cost in assessing your initial self assessable and experience video. Therefore we strongly recommend to contact us first before you proceed any further with an RPL application.
If you are an apprentice, the Queensland government subsidises the majority of the course fees. However you do have to pay a student contribution fee. The contribution fee is $1.60 per nominal hour, per unit. For example if a unit has 20 nominal hours, the contribution fee is $32.00. The total fee for the course comes to $1462.40. See the 'Units' tab for the nominal hours for each unit.
You do not have to pay the total fee up front. You can pay the the contribution fee on a unit by unit basis as you enrol.
The total RPL fee for the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry is $2700.
You will be required to pay a non-refundable up front fee of $300 when you make your RPL application. The $2400 balance is invoiced at the finalisation of your RPL application and payable before your certificate will be issued.
The following list of units is indicative of units that would comprise a standard training plan for the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry. However we can customise the training plan, where possible, to reflect the requirements of employers if you are an apprentice, or for an RPL application to suit your knowledge and experience.
CPCCCA2002B Use carpentry tools and equipment - 36 nominal hours
BSBSMB401A Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business - 60 nominal hours
How to start
If you are a current apprentice, contact your Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Field Officer and request that your Supervising Registered Training Organisation (SRTO) be changed to PCD Training.
If you are about to be signed up as an apprentice, contact MRAEL on 1300 223 467 to get signed up and request PCD Training to be your SRTO.
Please contact us if you would like more information on becoming an apprentice or switching SRTO's.
RPLIf you have contacted us and we have advised that you are eligible for RPL for the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry, or you are confident you can RPL the entire course and willing to forfeit the $300 non-refundable upfront fee, then simply click the 'Start Now' button above in the blue RPL box.
Please contact us if you would like more information on RPL for the CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry.
1300 797 123.