Course Details - Doorways 2 Construction Plus (Carpentry) (Woodville High School)

The information on this page has now been updated and confirmed for 2020. However, it is still possible that there may be some changes to this information prior to the commencement of the course.

Course TitleDoorways 2 Construction Plus (Carpentry)
RegionWestern Adelaide Secondary Schools Network
Host OrganisationWoodville High School
Course Length2 semesters (1 year)
DescriptionThe Doorways 2 Construction Plus (D2C+) program is designed by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) as a response to the demand for young skilled workers in industry. Students that have completed the Doorways 2 Construction (Certificate I in Construction) are eligible to continue their construction pathway through the Doorways 2 Construction Plus program at Woodville High School. The course will incorporate accredited units of competency from the Certificate III in Carpentry, providing students with a range of skills including scaffolding, cladding, hanging doors and installing windows, concreting, fixing gyprock and more.
PathwaysStudents can continue training through conversion to school based or full-time apprenticeships or continue their studies through ATEC or other RTO’s to complete the Certificate III in Carpentry.
PrerequisitesCompletion of Doorways 2 Construction (Certificate I in Construction)
Special RequirementsHi Vis shirt, ear plugs, safety glasses (equipment issued at start of D2C program). Safety boots (students need to purchase these).
Delivery Location(s)Woodville High School, 11 Actil Avenue, St Clair, SA, 5011
VET training takes place in the Woodville High School Trade Training Centre.
Dates and Times36 weekly sessions at Woodville High School on Mondays from 08:45 until 15:15
Commencement date 04/02/19
Work Placement15 days
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 2, 40 SACE credits
QualificationPartial Certificate III in Carpentry (National code CPC30211)
RTOAdelaide Training and Employment Centre (National Code 0022)
CompulsoryCPCCCO2013ACarry out concreting to simple forms   (20 nominal hours)
 CPCCCA2003AErect and dismantle formwork for footings and slabs on ground   (24 nominal hours)
 CPCCPB3001AFix standard plasterboard wall sheets   (60 nominal hours)
 CPCCCA3023ACarry out levelling operations   (24 nominal hours)
 CPCCCA3002ACarry out setting out   (24 nominal hours)
 CPCCCA3017BInstall exterior cladding   (20 nominal hours)
 CPCCCM2008BErect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding   (40 nominal hours)
 CPCCCA3010AInstall and replace windows and doors   (70 nominal hours)

Please note that this course is a partial Certificate III in Carpentry. Students must elect to continue training on completion of this course in order to gain full competency in this certificate.
Student Cost$100.00
This consists of $100 (GST free) Regional VET fee payable to your Home School.
Home School Cost$3,000.00
If there are a minimum of 12 students in this course, the Fee For Service cost (including materials) will be $3,000 (GST free) per student. This will be invoiced to the Home School by the RTO (ATEC). If there are more than 12 students, the cost will decrease. Also, there will be a subsidy provided for 2017, further reducing the Home School cost per student. The final cost per student can only be determined when total numbers of students accepted into all of our Doorways 2 Construction Plus programs are known and the amount of our subsidy for Western Adelaide is known.
Cost NotesHome School cost is subject to change and will be confirmed in November 2018.
Number Of StudentsMinimum    12
Maximum   15
Selection ProcessInterview and evidence of completion of Certificate I in Construction.
Orientation DetailsStudents will be required to attend an orientation session in December 2018, details will be supplied in the acceptance letter.
Public TransportTorrens Road bus (stop 26) Circle Line bus (stops on school boundary) Train to Woodville Railway Station
Contact PersonMs Alana Probert, Phone 84459833, Email
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