About the Course
This qualification provides a trade outcome in bricklaying and blocklaying.
The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as two specialist fields of work.
The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context.
Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement.
NSW Skills List
This qualification is on the NSW Skills List. The NSW Government will subsidise eligible students to undertake this qualification. For more information see Smart and Skilled
Available as an apprenticeship
On-campus learning of theoretical content will be supplemented with workplace experiences. Students will have access to workplaces which can provide experiences and learning to support the agreed units for the qualification. (for apprentices)
It is envisaged that the workplace will be able to provide relevant experiences to support the classroom delivery.
TAFE at School (TVET)
TAFE Western offers many face to face and flexible TVET courses giving you the option of gaining a vocational qualification whilst you are at school. A TVET qualification can count towards your HSC, and 74.8% of TAFE graduates move into employment upon completion of their vocational qualifications. TVET is a great way to gain some practical skills in an adult learning environment, and the skills and experience you learn could also count towards your next qualification.
This course is targeted to people who have access to a combination of school, part time employment and vocational study.
All training will be conducted in the workplace and supported by:
- learning resources provided by TAFE Western
- standard operating procedures and work instructions available in the workplace
- equipment provided in the workplace
Students undertaking employment based learning will have access to TAFE facilities and support including:
- Student HUB, library facilities and Education Support Officers to support research and independent learning activities
- TAFE Counsellors, Aboriginal Community Consultants and Disability Support Services
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
However, before enrolling in this course you must successfully complete the WHS Induction Training (White Card) which will allow you entry into a construction worksite.
Recognition of Prior Learning
TAFE Western Connect - Choose how or where you study:
On Campus - Study at a TAFE campus
You may have skills, knowledge, previous training or experience which is relevant to this course. If so, you may wish to have this recognised. This may also reduce your training time. For further information, visit Recognition and RPL
Our Student Hubs are a great place to study, relax and find out more about how you can get the most out of your studies.
Where can I study?
Starts in February
Enrolment Code: CPC30111-01V03-18BAT-005
How will I study?
This course is for people who would like to complete an apprenticeship in Bricklaying. Access to a suitably equipped Brickaying based employment for workplace experience and reinforcement of learning plus employer endorsement
The first date of attendance will be 05/03/2018. The enrolment process must be completed and payment made before attending class. Please contact Peter Moore 63382586 for further information.
This program includes activities which are to be completed in your own time.
When will I study?
Class attendance is Part time
Classes run from 8:00 until 16:30 with half hour lunch break. Attendance will be 10 x 2-day blocks at Bathurst Panorama Ave campus “B” block with site visits for employer endorsement and onsite assessment.
Course length: 3 YearsStart Date: 28 February 2018
End Date: 17 December 2020
What will I pay?
There is a $250 dollars resource fee to cover the cost of the workbooks required to complete this course.
The amount you pay will depend on your individual circumstances.
TAFE NSW Government-subsidised fee (for eligible students): Up to $3,580.00 per course (GST free).
The fee that is displayed is the price for a student completing their second qualification and meeting eligibility criteria. The fee you pay may be lower depending on your personal circumstances and eligibility for a subsidised place, a concession or an exemption. In some cases there are limited government subsidised places available.
Please contact your nearest TAFE Western campus or call us on 1300 823 393 for a personal fee assessment and to find out if you are eligible for a government subsidised place. If you do not gain a subsidised place you may be able to enrol and pay the non-government subsidised fee.
A payment must be made towards your course fee (if applicable) at the time you enrol or your place in the class will not be confirmed and you will not be able to access any of your learning resources.
There is an additional cost for Materials of $250.00.
Who can I talk to?
Please contact the TAFE Western Hotline on 1300 823 393
What do I need?
For successful completion of this course you will need:
- Resources required: * Pen/s, drawing equipment, scientific calculator and notebook * PPE It is your responsibility to supply your Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Due to safety and hygiene regulations, students are to supply their own protective equipment. A standard list of items should include: Clear safety glasses and approved hearing protection. You must wear cotton drill long sleeve shirt, long trousers and leather boots - NOT SHOES. No synthetic materials should be worn.
TAFE Western conditions of entry to this course are the ability to work independently.