If you have experience working within residential building, non-residential building, and engineering construction disciplines, then getting your skills and experience recognised through RPL is the perfect way to achieve a qualification that aids career progression, supports you in meeting national licensing requirements, and helps counter the increasing demand for building and construction activity in Australia. Get Qualified Australia currently offers the following qualifications within the Building and Construction training package, each of which reflect national industry standards aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework.
If you have extensive building experience, including client liaison and contract work, then you can use this qualification to become a nationally recognised builder and meet licensing requirements.
Are you a builder or construction manager within a small to medium-sised building business? Achieve industry recognition with this Certificate IV level qualification via RPL.
Achieve industry accreditation and meet licensing requirements using your experience in plumbing service operations, fire operations, air-conditioning services, and/or hydraulic consultancy.
Are you a concreter or concrete pump operator? Use your experience provding concreting services within residential and commercial projects to achieve industry recognition.
If you have experience dismantling residential, public, commercial and industrial buildings, then getting your experience recognised with this Certificate III level qualification is the ideal way to become a certified demolition worker, plant operator or leading hand.
If handling cranes within construction, manufacturing, mining and/or maritime industries sounds like your day-to-day, then this Certificate III level qualification is the ideal way to achieve recognition as a qualified dogman.
Achieve recognition as a professionally accredited painter using your experience conducting internal and external painting and decorating operations within residential and commercial sites. This Certificate III is the perfect way to get there.
Become a qualified rigger. Achieve recognition for your experience performing rigging operations within residential and commercial settings with this nationally recognised Certificate III level qualification.
Does your experience involve executing scaffolding operations, including the erection of structural steel, rigging and scaffolding within residential and commercial environments? Achieve recognition for your skills with this Certificate III in Scaffolding.
If your experience includes applying plaster and other materials to internal and external structures within residential and commercial projects, then this nationally recognised certificate III is the perfect way to become a trade certified plasterer.
This qualification is recommended for wall and floor tilers who have experience laying tiles on internal and external surfaces for residential and commercial projects. Achieve trade recognition with this nationally recognised Certificate III qualification.
If you have experience performing internal and external waterproofing services within the residential and/or commercial sectors, then this qualification is the ideal way to attain trade recognition as a waterproofer, and help meet minimum licensing requirements.
Have experience conducting form and falsework for residential and commercial projects? This Certificate III in Formwork/Falsework will help you achieve formal trade recognition as a formworker through RPL.
Become a qualified joiner to achieve formal recognition in your trade. Use your experience performing joinery tasks within residential and commercial environments to attain this qualification, via RPL.
If you can turn pieces of wood and other building materials into stairs, window frames, doors, roof trusses, flooring, and furniture, you must get your craft recognised via RPL. Put all the pieces together to build a more stable career in the construction industry.
Are you a stonemason with experience creating stone buildings, monuments and features using a variety of stones such as sandstone, marble and limestone? Achieve formal recognition as a finisher, construction mason or stonemason with this Certificate III in Stonemasonry.
Achieving recognition for your plubming experience in specialisations of water, sanitation, drainage, mechanical services, roofing and/or gas services is an opportune way to achieve formal recognition as a plumber and meet minimum licensing requirements.
This qualification is recommended for individuals who have some experience within the construction industry. Achieve formal recognition today to further your construction career with this Certificate I in Construction, attained through RPL.