Certificate III in Trenchless Technology

Jobs and Skills WA: Construction courses
Kickstart your civil construction career!

Get started in civil construction with this course, which prepares you for work on civil construction sites that utilise trenchless technologies with he skills needed for operating plant and machinery, earthworks, safety on a work site, safe handling of materials, excavation, levelling, reading plans, communication and how to locate and protect underground services.

You'll learn about safety procedures; working in confined spaces; risk management; maintaining site records; onsite communication; following plans and project specifications; protecting underground services; operating a range of plant and equipment; manual excavation; laying pipes, and much more.

Your training may include  licenses and work permits such as dogging, scaffolding, and crane or cherry picker operation.

Half price
STEM
Industry: Building and Construction
National course code: RII31619 | WA State ID: BFA4

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South Metropolitan TAFE provides quality training that serves both employers and employees. Employers gain the benefits of skilled and accredited employees and the employee gains the knowledge, skill, confidence and a sense of pride when completing the qualification. Training for any required gap units can be scheduled to align with workplace operations and may be conducted at the employer’s place of business if required.

Gain these skills:

  • Safety on the work site
  • Safe handling of materials
  • Plant and machinery operation
  • Excavation
  • Leveling
  • Reading plans
  • Earthworks
  • Communication
  • Locate and protect underground services.

All delivery is done off campus at clients' sites or specialised resourced locations in the metro area.


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