Certificate III in Joinery

Code:
CPC31912
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Government-subsidised training
Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$6,222 - $21,821 (full fee)
$1,611 - $4,853
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About government-subsidised training

Students may be eligible for government-subsidised training. This is only offered by training providers who have a contract with the Victorian Government to deliver government-subsidised training.

If you're eligible, the government will contribute to the cost of the training.




Finding government-subsidised training

Government-subsidised training is marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available. Course availability data is sourced from the Australian Course Information Register.

About Tuition fee-free at TAFE

Courses marked 'Tuition fee-free at TAFE' are on the Victorian Government's Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative list. This means students who are eligible for government-subsidised training can enrol in one priority course for free at a TAFE Victoria provider in 2019.

Eligibility

Your TAFE will confirm your eligibility when you enrol in a course on the Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative list.

It's important to know that TAFEs may charge other fees, such as student services fees or materials fees, and you'll need to cover these costs yourself.

Before you enrol:

For more information, see Free TAFE for Priority Courses.

About pre-apprenticeship courses

This course is available to study as a pre-apprenticeship. A pre-apprenticeship is a great way to get a feel for the industry before committing to an apprenticeship.

Some pre-apprenticeships can help reduce the length of a formal apprenticeship. This only applies to selected courses approved by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA). To find out if this applies to your pre-apprenticeship contact your training provider.

For more information about pre-apprenticeships, see our Pre-Apprenticeships page.

About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
Unit type
BSBSMB301
Investigate micro business opportunities
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BSBSMB301A
Investigate micro business opportunities
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BSBSMB406
Manage small business finances
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BSBSMB406A
Manage small business finances
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CPCCCA2002B
Use carpentry tools and equipment
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CPCCCA2011A
Handle carpentry materials
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CPCCCA3001A
Carry out general demolition of minor building structures
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CPCCCA3010A
Install and replace windows and doors
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CPCCCA3011A
Refurbish timber sashes to window frames
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CPCCCA3012A
Frame and fit wet area fixtures
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CPCCCA3013A
Install lining, panelling and moulding
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CPCCCA3014A
Construct bulkheads
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CPCCCA3015A
Assemble partitions
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CPCCCA3016A
Construct timber external stairs
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CPCCCM1012A
Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
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CPCCCM1013A
Plan and organise work
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CPCCCM1014A
Conduct workplace communication
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CPCCCM1015A
Carry out measurements and calculations
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CPCCCM2001A
Read and interpret plans and specifications
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CPCCCM2006B
Apply basic levelling procedures
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CPCCCM2007B
Use explosive power tools
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CPCCCM2010B
Work safely at heights
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CPCCJN2001A
Assemble components
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CPCCJN2002B
Prepare for off-site manufacturing process
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CPCCJN2003A
Package manufactured products for transport
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CPCCJN3001A
Use static machines
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CPCCJN3002A
Use computer-controlled machinery
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CPCCJN3003A
Manufacture components for door and window frames and doors
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CPCCJN3004A
Manufacture joinery components
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CPCCJN3005A
Cut and install glass
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CPCCJS3002A
Manufacture stair components for straight flighted stairs
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CPCCJS3003A
Assemble and install stairs
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CPCCJS3004A
Manufacture and install continuous handrailing and special stair components
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CPCCJS3006A
Construct fabricated stairs
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CPCCJS3011A
Design and set out stairs
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CPCCOHS2001A
Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
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CPCCPD3021A
Prepare surfaces for painting
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CPCCSF2003A
Cut and bend materials using oxy-LPG equipment
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CPCCSF2004A
Place and fix reinforcement materials
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CPCCSH2003A
Apply and install sealant and sealant devices
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CPCCSH3001A
Set out and assemble cabinets, showcases, wall units, counters and workstations
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CPCCSH3005A
Apply and trim decorative finishes
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CPCCSH3006A
Apply finishes
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CPCCST2005A
Carry out load slinging of off-site materials
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About the fee range
The fee ranges shown are indicative only.

The full fee range does not factor in any government subsidies.

The government-subsidised fee range marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available factors in a Victorian Government subsidy.

The ranges are based on:

  • Estimated tuition fees for the whole of the course with a Victorian Government subsidy 
  • Rates for local students only (not for international)  
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

The fee ranges shown do not factor in concessions or scholarships. They also exclude other fees set by the training provider such as materials, services, and amenities.

All subsidies presented on this site are correct at the time of publication; subsidy information is updated on a monthly basis. To obtain the most accurate quote for the course you’re considering, please contact the training provider directly.

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