Your expertise in Glass and Glazing, like producing labour and material schedules for ordering, receiving or despatching goods, or identifying and calculating production costs, may have already given you the skills you need to achieve formal recognition.
If you would like to enter the field of Glass and Glazing, expand your employment opportunities in the industry, or gain certification, skills like managing glass industry production schedules, assessing and monitoring stock levels, and organising transport of freight work, to your advantage.
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Yes. All of our qualifications are issued by RTOs which have been approved by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to deliver nationally recognised qualifications that meet national quality assurance requirements. This means that they are recognised by industry and educational institutions in all Australian states and territories as conforming to the required competency standards.
Yes. Because all of our qualifications are issued by reputable RTOs and contain the nationally recognised training logo, they each verify that a candidate has met the Units of Competency required to work in their industry occupation. These qualifications do not indicate how you have obtained the qualification (i.e. through RPL), and are exactly the same as a qualification received from a training provider through any other means.
Get Qualified Australia allows you up 3 months to complete the RPL process, however the actual duration is dependent on the length of time it takes you to provide your evidence. While this is generally 4 weeks, the quicker you submit your evidence, the sooner the process will be completed.
Once all the required evidence has been submitted and your evidence has been assessed, the RTO will then review and issue your qualification within 2-4 weeks, provided that no further evidence is required. This makes it possible for you to achieve your qualification in as little as 1 month, and up to 3 months.
Requests for extensions beyond the allotted 3 month period will be considered on an individual case basis.
While our Customer Service Agents will determine the best evidence for your portfolio, evidence generally takes the form of:
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The options are really endless. Most people use qualifications to enhance their careers, from achieving a promotion or pay rise, to climbing organisational ranks and getting new job opportunities. In fact, qualifications have shown to increase employability by 11%, and result in promotions 42% of the time.
Other people might use their qualification to improve visa or migration prospects, access postgraduate study, open up their own businesses, meet regulatory requirements, or obtain a licence in their industry or occupation.
Please note that while our qualifications may help you meet minimum licensing requirements, only your state’s relevant licensing authority may issue you your licence. For more information about trades licensing, click here.
To be awarded the MSF40413 Certificate IV in Glass and Glazing, competency must be achieved in
eighteen (18) units of competency.
four (4) core units of competency
fourteen (14) elective units of competency.
Note: Units marked with an asterisk have one or more prerequisites and must be considered in the total number of units. Please refer to individual units for details.
Select a minimum of ten (10) units from Groups A, B, C, D and E as specified below.
Up to four (4) relevant units can be chosen from other units not already selected from Groups A to D or units available in this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses. Those units must be aligned at Certificate III level (maximum 1 unit), Certificate IV level (maximum 4 units) or Diploma level (maximum 1 unit).
Units selected from other Training Packages and accredited courses must be relevant to the qualification outcome and not duplicate units available within this qualification.
This qualification may be accessed by direct entry and it is an industry expectation that it will be undertaken primarily by those who have completed the MSF30413 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing qualification or achieved equivalent industry experience.
Did you know that the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) perfectly aligns certificate and diploma level qualifications with higher education? This means that it’s now possible to receive exemptions and fast track university degrees using diploma and above level qualifications.
Enrol in one of our qualifications today, and unlock the potential to seek maximum unit exemptions for your desired Graduate Diploma, Bachelor, or Masters Degree in a cost, time and effort-effective way. Speak with one of our Skills Recognition Consultants today or complete our Free Skills Review to discover the highest qualification level you’re eligible for.