Course Description

Our Master Builders industry best practice waterproofing short course overview is designed for participants to gain up-to-date skills and knowledge to meet current industry needs for the external waterproofing sector working on planter boxes, balconies and decks. This course is ideal for builders, certifiers, council inspectors, engineers, renovators and waterproofers who do not need a contractor waterproofing licence.

BENEFITS
  • Hands-on practical training ideal for builders, site supervisors, project managers and cadets
  • Save time by ensuring waterproofing is done right the first time
  • Avoid defects and save thousands on re-work costs
COURSE SCHEDULE
  • 2 days of attendance
  • 8:30am arrival for 9:00am start
  • Until 4:00pm each day
  • Start and finish times may vary depending on trainer availability. Please check with your regional office to confirm the course schedule.

Price

$700.00 Members $910.00 Non Members

Location

MBA Norwest Education Centre
5 Burbank Place
Norwest NSW 2153

Date

CPD Points

23

STUDY MODE

Short course classroom training and practical workshop program.

TIME COMMITMENT

2 days attendance.
8:30am arrival for 9:00am start.

Until 4:00pm each day.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To enrol in this course you must have the following entry requirements: 

  • Minimum of one-year full-time building industry experience            
  • You have more than 3 months experience in a Waterproofing specific role 
  • Valid White Card (general construction induction card)                           
  • Provide contact details of one referee who is a licenced or qualified Waterproofer or Builder
  • Answer at least 80% of the technical industry questions correctly during your application process
  • Apply for your USI prior to application

LEARNING

For full units of competency see the course information guide. Here is a brief overview of the assessments that will take place:                                        

  • Identify hazardous materials and other hazards on work sites
  • Identify, select and use hand and power tools
  • Identify, select and use plant and equipment
  • Identify design concepts and processes
  • Select and prepare materials