The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as a specialist field of work.The nationally accredited Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling equips you with the specialist skills to become a trade qualified tiler. You will be in-demand as you learn to transform spaces in industrial, commercial and residential settings and manage tiling projects from plan to delivery.
You will learn how to interpret plans and specifications, use tiling tools and equipment, and carry out residential and commercial construction work. Get your hands dirty and prepare for work – do you have what it takes?
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must demonstrate competency in:
19 units of competency:
|16 Core Units of Competency||3 Elective Units of Competency|
CPCCCM1012 – Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry
CPCCCM1013A – Plan and organise work
CPCCCM1014A – Conduct workplace communication
CPCCCM1015A – Carry out measurements and calculations
CPCCCM2001A – Read and interpret plans and specifications
CPCCM2006B – Apply basic levelling procedures
CPCCOHS2001A – Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
CPCCWF2001A – Handle wall and floor tiling materials
CPCCWF2002A – Use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment
CPCCWF3001A – Prepare surfaces for tiling application
CPCCWF3002A – Fix floor tiles
CPCCWF3003A – Fix wall tiles
CPCCWF3004A – Repair wall and floor tiles
CPCCWF3006A – Carry out mosaic tiling
CPCCWF3007A – Tile curved surfaces
CPCCWP3002A – Apply waterproofing process to internal wet areas
CPCCCM2008B – Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding
BSBSMB301 – Investigate micro business opportunities
BSBSMB406 – Manage small business finances
Course Duration & Mode of Delivery
CTC offers this qualification by either RPL or by Training and assessment.
Enrolment is valid for two years.
Typically, RPL’s take 3 months but can be longer. Those undertaking a training and assessment program typically take 24 months to complete the course.
CREDIT CAN BE APPLIED FOR PAST EXPERIENCE
Both pathways make use of our Online Learning Management system as a source of documentation.
Both RPL and Training and Assessment require face to face interaction, with training and assessment requiring two days of face to face classroom attendance per week.
Participants must be working in the industry and have the support of their employers.
Please contact our office to obtain our course commencement dates.
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
Recognition is available to all learners of the RTO. An application for Recognition can be made on the Application for Recognition Form.
Refund Policy and Deferments
Please refer to our Student Handbook for full details
Learners who successfully complete this qualification may pathway into further study options:
CPC60212 Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management) Or any other relevant qualification
This qualification has employability skills. Participants may find employment in construction roles in businesses and other industries requiring building and construction qualifications.
- be aged 18 years or over
- be an existing worker in a building supervision role
- have the support of their supervisor and employer
- hold a minimum of a Higher School Certificate (or equivalent)
- able to commit to the course duration and time commitment
- Have already attained a “Whitecard”
- Satisfactorily completed our Language Literacy and Numeracy assessment
- Have a completed workplace support agreement, which confirms the resources required for training and assessment will be made available to the student.
Students will need to have an internet-capable laptop.
RPL Students will need this to access and potentially submit their RPL evidence
Training and Assessment Students will need this to access the learning and assessment material both in class and at home.
Contact our office for the current course fees for RPL and Training and Assessment
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