Certificate IV in Civil Construction (Supervision)

Jobs and Skills WA: Construction courses
Step up to a leadership role in civil construction!

If you're ready to take your career in civil construction to the next level and become a supervisor or project leader, this is the qualification you need!

You'll gain the knowledge and practical skills on how to effectively lead and supervise a work team and be successful in high level problem solving and troubleshooting; develop, manage and follow project and operational plans; manage contracts; and supervise contractors and sub-contractors. 

Half price
Existing worker traineeship
STEM
Industry: Building and Construction
National course code: RII40720 | WA State ID: AD19

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Ready to build your career in civil construction?

A career in civil construction allows you to design and build complex structures such as major roads, sewer networks, even stadiums. When you complete this course you will be qualified to work in a supervisory position in civil construction.

Three different traineeship streams of this course are available at South Metropolitan TAFE, a "General" stream, an "Open Cut" and a "Stone" stream.

Learn in specialised facilities

Our campuses provide students with a hands-on learning environment that feature industry-standard equipment, advanced technology and specialised workshop areas.


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