Certificate IV in Building Project Support

Jobs and Skills WA: Construction courses
Looking to specialise in your construction career?

If you're interested in the project management side of building and construction, the Certificate IV in Building Project Support could be the qualification for you!

The course covers skills and knowledge for project management; contract administration; estimating and scheduling, as well as leadership and risk management. You'll learn to read plans and specifications, and prepare simple building sketches and drawings.

You’ll also have the opportunity to specialise in either contract administration or building estimating.

Half price
Industry: Building and Construction
National course code: CPC40320 | WA State ID: BGE3

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This qualification is designed to meet the needs of building project professionals and contract administrators working on small to medium building projects. Training will be provided in the areas of construction contract fundamentals, development of a streamlined contract administration process, project risk management, building application and approval process as well as understanding building plans and specifications.

When you complete this course you have the skills and knowledge to effectively develop and action the contract management plan and its key inclusions. 

Choose a private training provider that delivers this course

This course is available from registered training organisations (accredited private training providers) that are also funded through Jobs and Skills WA. Select from the list below, and follow the link to the provider's website for further information about the course and how to enrol.

Training Institute Australasia offers the CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support as a Traineeship program with three main goals: Holistic Development: Combining theory and practical training to prepare trainees for real-world challenges in building project support. Industry Connections: Collaborating with leading organisations to strengthen industry ties within the building project support sector. Local Employment: Facilitating a smooth transition from education to employment in building project support roles. Trainees acquire practical skills, problem-solving abilities, networking, time management, responsibility, and a continuous improvement mindset tailored to building project support functions. Our learners are mature professionals seeking hands-on, visual, and interactive learning experiences. They possess diverse literacy levels and advanced math skills. Support includes language assistance and guidance from industry experts, crucial for building project support roles' nuances. Interest in this certification arises from a desire to deepen knowledge, aspire to higher roles, and apply practical skills within the context of building project support. Our trainees bring technological prowess and cultural diversity to enrich the learning environment, particularly relevant in the dynamic field of building project support. Duration covers formal lessons and on-site training, with flexibility for individual learning paces. Upon completion, graduates can pursue advanced qualifications or assume roles like Project Support Officer, Construction Coordinator.

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