Asbestos is a health and safety hazard that can be found in ceiling tiles, floor tiles, roofing shingles, eaves, pipes and in showers.

This short course will teach you to identify and dispose correctly of non-friable asbestos-containing materials found in structures or soils to minimise risk in the workplace.

Ideal for anyone working in the building and construction industry.

Master Builders is an approved SafeWork NSW asbestos training provider for unit code CPCCDE3014 Remove non-friable asbestos.

  • 2 days of attendance
  • 8:30am arrival for 9:00am start
  • Until 4:30pm each day
  • Please check with your regional office to confirm the course schedule.


$730.00 Members $930.00 Non Members


Master Builders Association - Port Macquarie
Unit 3
12 Jindalee Road


CPD Points



Short course classroom training and assessment.


Two days.
8:30am arrival for 9:00am start. Until 4:00pm on each day.


There are no educational entry requirements for this course however participants must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be proficient in spoken and written English, as the assessments must be undertaken in English 
  • Bring original identification on the morning of the course according to a value of 100 points as per the Evidence of Identity documentation that will be provided on enrolment
  • Be clean-shaven on the day of the course

This course has a pre-requisite unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry that must be completed at least three (3) days prior to the course date. Participants must provide this evidence in one of the following two methods to be able to commence training;

  • Successfully complete the online Industry Safety Quiz which is provided by Master Builders following receipt of enrolment


  • Submit a copy of your Statement of Attainment for unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry with your online enrolment


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

  • Plan for asbestos removal
  • Prepare asbestos removal area and removal site
  • Isolate removal site
  • Carry out the asbestos removal process
  • Carry out the decontamination process
  • Clean-up work site
  • Contribute to and documentation in line with regulatory requirements


Participants who successfully complete this nationally recognised unit of competency will be issued a Statement of Attainment for:

  • CPCCDE3014 Remove non-friable asbestos


Master Builders Association provide the Nationally recognised units of competency required to meet part of the NSW Fair Trading criteria to apply for a Licence.

For licensing information and additional evidence requirements for a licence - please contact SafeWork NSW  on 131 050 or go to 


Please also check out the SafeWork NSW Applicant guide for asbestos licences and notifications 



We have developed a Student Safety Plan to provide and maintain a safe environment for our students. All students who attend our Master Builders centres must adhere to the following regulations as a condition of entry: 

  • Entry is not permitted if students are feeling un-well and experiencing any flu-like symptoms. Please refer to the COVID-19 Test and Isolate National Protocols.
  • Students must check in and out of Master Builders centres using the QR code for the Services NSW App.
  • Students must sign an attendance sheet when they attend class. 
  • Students are required to wear facemasks while in classrooms and general office areas.
  • During practical training, students must wear a face mask at all times. Other PPE may be required depending on the task being undertaken.
  • Sanitiser is supplied for students and trainers to sanitise their hands before they enter and leave the classroom and practical workstations. 
  • Regular hand washing and good hygiene practices are encouraged. 
  • Students are limited to one student per desk while in the classroom. 
  • During practical training, if work cannot be done individually due to safety issues, group work must be limited to a maximum of three students per group and only for the duration of the activity that cannot be done individually.  Groups must adhere to all the PPE requirements indicated for practical training and must maintain 1.5m social distancing with other groups. 
  • Students should avoid sharing tools and equipment, and are encouraged to bring their own where possible.