Program Details - CPC10111 Certificate I in Construction - Henley High School

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Program TitleCPC10111 Certificate I in Construction - Henley High School
Industry SectorConstruction
DescriptionThis course is a broad introduction to the building industry. Students will develop skills such as carpentry, concreting and paving, fixing plasterboard, landscaping, tiling and bricklaying. With this range of skills and knowledge, chances of gaining an apprenticeship are significantly improved. It is a very hands-on course, where students work on various projects under the supervision of Henley High School’s instructor, Scott Polkinghorne, who is also a licensed Carpenter. There is a large emphasis on Work Health and Safety, with each student completing an industry standard safety course to obtain their “White Card”. Students have theory workbooks to complete as well as a work placement diary. A total of 15 days workplace learning is needed to complete the certificate.
PathwaysThis course is an introduction to the building industry and can lead to an Apprenticeship in any building trade.
Program Length2 semesters (1 year)

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