Study a Certificate III in Carpentry at TAFE Western Australia to develop the skills and knowledge you need to have a successful career as a Carpenter in the domestic housing industry or commercial construction area.
You will learn how to use carpentry tools, power tools and equipment, read and interpret plans, handle carpentry materials and construct pitched roof, ceiling frames and flooring systems. Carpentry formwork skills in preparation for concrete are also included. You will undertake work experience placements at various building sites.
Courses are delivered at specialist facilities across Perth, such as the Trades North campus in northern Perth which is a world-class custom built centre focused solely on trades training.
The certificate qualification will provide you with practical skills and industry training that gives you skills employers need. It can also provide pathways to further study at university.
The Certificate III course is a nationally recognised course, and as with all courses at TAFE WA are government backed and guaranteed. International students can study a range of certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and associate degree qualifications at TAFE WA. Studying at TAFE Western Australia will give you the opportunity for industry work experience and part-time work while you study, as Western Australia is a resource-rich growth state with low unemployment and has Australia's strongest economy.
Duration: 2 years
Course Fees: AUD $5,850 per semester additional resource and material fees may apply.
Intake: February and July
Admission Requirements: Qualifications equivalent to an Australian year 10 pass in Maths. Students for whom English is not their first language, will need an IELTS score (academic) of 5.5 with no band score less than 5.0 or equivalent to gain entry to this course.