Redesign of Certificate III in Carpentry and Certificate III in Joinery
CSQ is calling on tradespeople from the above qualifications to review the proposed structure
4 September, 2015 2 min read
CSQ is calling on tradespeople from the above qualifications to review the proposed structure of the new qualification.
Are you a carpenter or joiner? Then you are encouraged to have your say on the proposed new qualification structure for the Certificate III in Carpentry and Certificate III in Joinery which are currently under review.
The purpose of this review is to ensure the qualifications deliver the skills and knowledge required of a competent tradesperson. These qualifications are meant to cover the fundamental skills and knowledge required by any carpenter, so the question is:
“If a carpenter was competent in the core and elective units of competency shown in the draft qualification would they have the ability to work as a tradesperson?” (remembering that a carpenter may work in residential or commercial areas).
The review is being carried out by CPSISC on behalf of the Department of Education and Training and feedback is now being requested from those in the industry.
ALL FEEDBACK MUST BE PROVIDED IN WORD FORMAT ON THE QUALIFICATION AND UNIT FEEDBACK FORMS PROVIDED.
Feedback closes at 5 pm AEST on Monday 14 September 2015.
To review and download the latest drafts of the qualifications:
- Certificate III in Carpentry – Click here
- Certificate III in Joinery – Click here
- To access the qualification feedback form –Click here
More information about the review process is available on the CPSISC website