Our Training Services - RTO Number 60035

Tasmanian Building Group Apprenticeship Scheme Registered Training Organisation (60035) provides Nationally accredited Training to Apprentices and Trainees  in the following qualifications:

  • Certificate III in Carpentry CPC30220
  • Certificate III in Cabinet Making and Timber Technology MSF30322
  • Certificate II in Construction. CPC20120

Our training program is predominately delivered on the work site through the use of our mobile classroom to maximise the learning opportunity for the Apprentice/Trainee and Employer.  This method provides the Apprentice the ability to consistently apply the theory learnt in practical situations which supports the full development of their individual skill competency in a work environment.  Where applicable and in consultation with the employer and apprentice we may also complete training for some units via structured in class training and video conferencing.

Our mobile classroom is designed to provide a variety of  learning support resources  including: Text books, Manuals, workbooks, materials, tools, and portfolios ensuring the learning experience is complete for the Apprentice and fits in seamlessly with the work site.

Our trainers have extensive industry experience, hold formal industry qualifications and up-to-date vocational training qualifications.

Tasmanian Building Group Apprenticeship Scheme RTO (60035) supports an inclusive workplace where gender, age, culture, disability and lifestyle choice are valued. Our access and equity policy fosters and promotes an inclusive learning environment for all.

COURSE INFORMATION

Certificate III in Carpentry

Course Code: CPC30220

DURATION: The nominal term of this apprenticeship is 48 months

DELIVERY MODEL: Our workplace-based training model is tailored to suit you, and allows our specialised trainers to conduct regular training and assessment visits at your workplace.

We work with a nominated supervisor on the work site to facilitate learning throughout the apprenticeship. Training includes, theory, workplace projects and on-site assessments

Off the job training may be scheduled as required at our Training Centre to train and assess skills and knowledge that are not able to be completed in your workplace.

TASBGAS REQUIREMENTS: There are no formal entry requirements for this course. However, TasBGAS have chosen the requirement that learners must be employed in an apprenticeship to undertake this qualification.

In accordance with Safe Work Australia’s model Code of Practice: Construction, only those people who have successfully completed a general construction induction program (commonly called the White Card) are allowed to carry out work on a construction site. Based on this requirement, TASBGAS will only enrol students who can demonstrate successful completion of the unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry or its equivalent unit.

FEES and CHARGES: The User Choice program provides a public funding contribution towards the cost of training and assessment services for eligible Tasmanian apprentices and trainees. User Choice is funded by the Tasmanian Government. Apprentices undertaking training under the User Choice program are required to contribute to the cost of their training through a set tuition fee.

This fee may be paid on the apprentice’s behalf by an employer or another third party. In most instances under the award, employers are responsible for paying tuition fees.

Some apprentices may be eligible for concession. Please check our student information handbook on our website or contact our office for more information.

 

Certificate III in Cabinet Making and Timber Technology 

Course Code: MSF30322

DURATION: The nominal term of this apprenticeship is 48 months

DELIVERY MODEL:   Our workplace-based apprenticeship model is tailored to suit you and allows our specialised trainers to conduct regular training and assessment visits at your workplace. We work with a nominated supervisor on the work site to facilitate learning throughout the apprenticeship. Training includes, theory, workplace projects and on-site assessments.Off the job training may be scheduled as required at our Training Centre to train and assess skills and knowledge that are not able to be completed in your workplace

TASBGAS REQUIREMENTS:  There are no formal entry requirements for this course. However, TasBGAS have chosen the requirement that learners must be employed in an apprenticeship to undertake this qualification. In accordance with Safe Work Australia’s model Code of Practice: Construction, only those people who have successfully completed a general construction induction program (commonly called the White Card) are allowed to carry out work on a construction site. Based on this requirement, TASBGAS will only enrol students who can demonstrate successful completion of the unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry or its equivalent unit.

FEES and CHARGES:  The User Choice program provides a public funding contribution towards the cost of training and assessment services for eligible Tasmanian apprentices and trainees. User Choice is funded by the Tasmanian Government. Apprentices undertaking training under the User Choice program are required to contribute to the cost of their training through a set tuition fee.

This fee may be paid on the apprentice’s behalf by an employer or another third party. In most instances under the award, employers are responsible for paying tuition fees.

Some apprentices may be eligible for concession. Please check our student information handbook on our website or contact our office for more information.

Certificate II in Construction

Course Code: CPC20120

DURATION: The nominal term of this qualification is 24 months

DELIVERY MODEL:  Our workplace-based delivery model is tailored to suit you and allows our specialised trainers to conduct regular training and assessment visits at the workplace.

We work with a nominated supervisor on the work site to facilitate learning throughout the qualification.  Training includes, theory, workplace projects and on-site assessments

Off the job training may be scheduled as required at our Training Centre to train and assess skills and knowledge that are not able to be completed in your workplace.

TASBGAS REQUIREMENTS: There are no formal entry requirements for this course however, in accordance with Safe Work Australia’s model Code of Practice: Construction, only those people who have successfully completed a general construction induction program (commonly called the White Card) are allowed to carry out work on a construction site. Based on this requirement, TASBGAS will only enrol students who can demonstrate successful completion of the unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry or its equivalent unit.

FEES and CHARGES: The User Choice program provides a public funding contribution towards the cost of training and assessment services for eligible Tasmanian apprentices and trainees. User Choice is funded by the Tasmanian Government. Students undertaking training under the User Choice program are required to contribute to the cost of their training through a set tuition fee. This fee may be paid on the student’s behalf by an employer or another third party. In most instances under the award, employers are responsible for paying tuition fees. Some students may be eligible for concession. Please check our student information handbook on our website or contact our office for more information.