Building and Construction

Students who enrol on this course learn a wide range of skills in, operating tools, equipment, and industrial machinery, as well as the health and safety procedures when working on sites, and the processes involved in a site inspection. Students gain theorectical knowledge of appropriate building materials, quantity control, and cost estimation, whilst getting the chance to try out the new skills and techniques they have learnt in the generous workspaces the College boasts, both indoor and out.

Skilled and capable young tradespeople are in high demand by employers, and on completion of this course students are equipped with a large range of industrial skills and hands-on experience to set them apart. Being work-ready means many of our students go straight into employment, attain sucessful apprenticeships, or continue onto further studies.

Course and Certificates

Certificate II in Building and Construction  
Certificate II in Industrial Skills  

 

Career Pathways

Our engineering students have gone on to further studies in this field, or have begun successful careers in areas including:

Furniture Maker                  Construction Management
Quantity Surveyor Civil Construction Worker
Carpenter Bricklayer
Site Joiner Project Manager