Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying

National ID: CPC60115
State ID: AWH3
Qualification level:

Course is available at the following locations

Private
Institute of Building Technology WA Pty Ltd T/A Builders Training of Western Australia

This qualification reflects the role of building surveyors or certifiers who apply knowledge of compliance requirements, construction methods and materials to the implementation of statutory building surveying requirements, or to the provision of advisory building surveying services.

The scope of work undertaken by building surveyors may vary across jurisdictions and can include:

  • providing code-consulting advice to clients on the compliance requirements for proposed building developments
  • processing planning and building applications
  • conducting mandatory construction inspections
  • auditing buildings and following up on areas of non-compliance
  • issuing certificates of occupancy

Building surveyors require an understanding of relevant compliance requirements, as well as traditional, new and emerging construction methods and materials. They make a significant contribution to the development and construction of the built environment. Often working in collaboration with specialist consultants to assess and verify that proposed and actual building works are compliant ensuring the safety of building occupants.

Building surveyors work in a highly regulated environment and must carry out their role ethically and according to legislative and regulatory requirements as stated on the Building Commission WA website.

Delivery location: 98 North Lake Road, Myaree WA 6154

This course has PIT funding available to eligible students.

Course description

This qualification reflects the role of building surveyors or certifiers who apply knowledge of compliance requirements, construction methods and materials to the implementation of statutory building surveying requirements, or to the provision of advisory building surveying services.

The scope of work undertaken by building surveyors may vary across jurisdictions and can include:

  • providing code-consulting advice to clients on the compliance requirements for proposed building developments
  • processing planning and building applications
  • conducting mandatory construction inspections
  • auditing buildings and following up on areas of non-compliance
  • issuing certificates of occupancy

Building surveyors require an understanding of relevant compliance requirements, as well as traditional, new and emerging construction methods and materials. They make a significant contribution to the development and construction of the built environment. Often working in collaboration with specialist consultants to assess and verify that proposed and actual building works are compliant ensuring the safety of building occupants.

Building surveyors work in a highly regulated environment and must carry out their role ethically and according to legislative and regulatory requirements as stated on the Building Commission WA website.

Delivery location: 98 North Lake Road, Myaree WA 6154

This course has PIT funding available to eligible students.

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