Your pathway to a trade licence could be quicker than you think!

Have you got all the skills, knowledge and experience of a Concreter?
Are you missing out on job opportunities because you are not qualified?

The Master Builders CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting RPL program can help you on your pathway to a Concreting licence. To find out about the trade licence process in NSW, please visit Fair Trading NSW.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process by which you can achieve a nationally recognised qualification, without the need to attend classes. You are assessed by providing us with evidence of the knowledge, skills and experience you already have. Our industry expert assessors review your submission and provide feedback if we require more information or clarification.

With RPL you can complete the CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting in as little as 3 months.

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PROGRAM FEES

Are you eligible for fee-free training?

The NSW Government and Master Builders are committed to supporting the economic recovery of NSW from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Fees for this program are as follows:

NSW Government Smart and Skilled Subsidy Indicative Pricing

If you do not hold a previous qualification

from $1,450

If you do hold a previous qualification

from $1,730

Indicative Pricing without NSW Government Subsidy

Master Builders Member Rate

$2,200

Non-Member Rate

$2,400

Note: On enrolment, you will be invoiced for $1,500.00. This consists of a $1,000.00 non-refundable administration fee.

Student fees will increase if you are assessed as ‘not yet competent’ by Recognition of Prior Learning in any unit/s of competency and are required to undertake classroom or distance-based training and assessment. Fees may increase on a pro-rata basis per unit of competency to a maximum of $3,580.

Price

$1,500.00 Members $1,500.00 Non Members

Location

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WHAT IS RPL?

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process by which you can achieve a nationally recognised qualification, without the need to attend classes. Simply follow our RPL kit and provide video, photographic and documentary evidence of the knowledge, skills and experience you have. Plus, Our industry expert assessors review your submission and provide feedback if we require more information or clarification.

HOW DOES THIS PROGRAM BENEFIT MY CAREER?

Expand your employment and business opportunities and be on the pathway to a concreting licence. The CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting RPL program is designed to enable concreters to formally recognise their skills in concreting work.

Before making any training decisions we recommend you find out everything you need to know about becoming a licenced concreter from Fair Trading NSW.

Once the RPL program is successfully completed you will earn a nationally recognised qualification CPC30320 Certificate III in Concreting.

Career benefits:

  • Advance your employment opportunities and gain more work
  • Start your own concreting business
  • Build your own clientele network
  • Be on the pathway to a concreting licence

IS THIS RPL PROGRAM FOR ME?

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

  • Minimum of 3 years of full-time experience in concreting, within the last 10 years
  • Valid White Card (general construction induction card)
  • Currently working on-site in this field and access to tools of the trade
  • Provide details of 2 referees within concreting to confirm your work history/experience who have worked with you for 12 months or more. Referees must be your employer and qualified/licensed
  • Answer at least 80% of the technical industry questions correctly during your application process 
  • Apply for your USI prior to application

HOW LONG IS THIS PROGRAM?

This program must be completed within 6 months.

To achieve this, the knowledge based assessment is required to be completed and submitted within 2 months and all evidence is to be submitted within 5 months.

WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE MASTER BUILDERS?

Take your place in one of Australia’s largest industries, study with the Master Builders. Backed by the original Building and Construction Association, why would you choose anyone else for your qualification pathway to an industry licence? Within our building community, you will be supported by our industry expert educators and our customer service team throughout your learning journey.

WHAT WILL I BE ASSESSED ON?

Here is a list of the full units of competency in this course:

CODE 

UNITS OF COMPETENCY 

Participants must undertake the following mandatory core and elective units: 

CPCCCA3002 

Carry out setting out 

CPCCCA3028 

Erect and dismantle formwork for footings and slabs on ground 

CPCCCM2002 

Carry out hand excavation 

CPCCCM2006 

Apply basic levelling procedures 

CPCCOM1012 

Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry 

CPCCOM1013 

Plan and organise work 

CPCCOM1014 

Conduct workplace communication 

CPCCOM1015 

Carry out measurements and calculations 

CPCCOM2001 

Read and interpret plans and specifications 

CPCCON2021 

Handle concreting materials and components  

CPCCON2022 

Select, use and maintain concreting plant, tools and equipment 

CPCCON3035 

Determine concrete supply requirements 

CPCCON3041 

Place concrete 

CPCCON3042 

Finish concrete 

CPCCON3043 

Cure concrete 

CPCCSF2004 

Place and fix reinforcement materials 

CPCCWHS2001 

Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry 

Participants are also required to undertake the following five (5) elective units: 

CPCCON3036 

Plan concrete work and brief team 

CPCCON3044 

Apply decorative finishes to concrete 

CPCCON3046 

Repair and rectify concrete 

CPCCON3047 

Cut concrete 

CPCCON3057 

Core concrete 

What types of evidence do I need to provide?

Examples of the types of evidence that you will need to gather will depend on the qualification you are completing, however, examples could include:

  • Video footage of your performing tasks on site
  • Time-lapse photos of you performing tasks on site
  • Certificates you have already gained 
  • Project management documentation

Please refer to the course brochure for more examples of evidence and resource requirements. The video below also explains how to demonstrate your skills.

IS THERE A FEES PAYMENT PLAN?

Fees are invoiced under the following payment structure: 

Invoice Stage

Amount

Invoice Issued

Enrolment

Up to $1,500.00 (this includes a $1,000.00 non-refundable administration fee)

On enrolment

Commencement

Remaining value if applicable (not exceeding total course value)

4 weeks after enrolment

You will not be permitted to move from one assessment stage to the next until the accompanying fees are paid in full. All participant fees are GST exempt.        
Visit www.smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au to learn more about the Smart and Skilled program. 
According to the Standards for RTOs 2015, at no stage will Master Builders charge more than $1,500.00 in advance of services being provided.
 

SMART AND SKILLED

The Smart and Skilled program provides subsidies from the NSW Government to support your training. Master Builders has a contract with the NSW Government (Department of Education) to offer subsidised training and assessment programs under the government's Smart and Skilled program.
Eligibility and course availability criteria apply. To find out if you are eligible visit the Smart and Skilled NSW website. The Master Builders customer service team will also assist you with your enquiries.

SKILLING FOR RECOVERY

Are you eligible for fee-free training?

The NSW Government and Master Builders are committed to supporting the economic recovery of NSW from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Under the Skilling for Recovery program, Training Services NSW is providing fee-free* training places with Master Builders if you meet ONE of the following criteria:

  • aged 16 to 24 years old OR
  • Unemployed OR
  • At risk of unemployment OR
  • Employed and don't hold a Certificate III or above qualification


Plus you must also meet all of the following Smart and Skilled criteria:

  • live or work in NSW
  • be an Australian Citizen, a permanent resident, a New Zealand citizen, or a humanitarian visa holder
  • have left school