CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing
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The CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing is a trade level qualification and provides students with necessary skills and knowledge required to perform various waterproofing tasks to prevent damage from water or damp on construction sites.
This waterproofing course will prepare you to work on both interior and exterior areas in the residential and commercial construction industry.
Please note: 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, CPCCWHS1001A or CPCWHS1001 (White Card) covers this requirement but is not included within this course.
Duration: 2 – 8 weeks dependant on levels of experience and knowledge
Entry Requirements: 3 to 4 years demonstrated experience with a minimum of two work referrals from qualified builders
Location: Virtual assessment plus completion of any Gap Training required
Training Provider: Everthought Education Pty Ltd, RTO 32438
Everthought assesses your skills, knowledge and experience against nationally accredited qualifications or units of competency. This means that you may not need to complete any additional formal study where you can provide sufficient evidence of your industry experience or previous training. Gap Training can be provided as required. Everthought will guide you through its easy five-step process. For further information, click here.
FAQ about Construction Waterproofing
In Australia, to become a qualified Waterproofer you will need a CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing.
You will need to have a licence if you want to do waterproofing in Victoria, for jobs with a greater revenue than $5500, if you want to run a business, or want to do your own waterproofing for your Building company.
Yes, in Queensland and any other Australian states or territories, you will need to own a waterproofing certificate. (However if you are a qualified wall and floor tiler you are able to waterproof your own work in bathroom and balcony tiling).
In Australia and Queensland, to become a qualified Waterproofer you will need a CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing.
Yes in Australia construction waterproofing in considered as a trade.
To learn waterproofing, you will need to study and get a CPC31420 Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing.
A construction waterproofer performs various waterproofing tasks in residential and commercial construction to prevent damage from water or dampness.
A construction waterproofer performs various waterproofing tasks to prevent damage from water or damp on construction sites.