Special Needs

WHAT ARE SPECIAL NEEDS?

Students with special needs are students with disabilities, health related conditions or learning difficulties. The term disability encompasses children with an intellectual disability, physical disability, vision impairment, hearing impairment, language disorder, mental health condition or autism. Some student’s might have specific learning needs which could include ESL learners with varying levels of language, literacy and conceptual understanding.

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

Should you require additional support during the program, please advise your Trainer who will refer you to an appropriate support service. For assistance with improvement of reading and/or writing,

we can assist you in sourcing an appropriate external support organisation such as the Reading, Writing Hotline on 1300 655 506. We will endeavour to provide welfare and guidance to all learners wherever possible. This may include:

Pre-Program interviews

Workplace Health and Safety

Provision for special learning needs

Provision for special cultural and religious needs

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Flexible Learning Options

Alternative assessment strategies

Review of payment schedules if required

Training premises accessible for people with disabilities

COUNSELLING SERVICES

If a student has a problem with any unit of competency or course, they should feel free to discuss their concerns with either the trainer and assessor or ourAdministration Staff. If the support needs extend to a need for counselling the learner will be referred to an appropriate external support agency.

Any fees associated with these services will be at the expense of the trainee and explained in detail at the time of referral.

 

SOME SUPPORT SERVICE AND THEIR CONTACT NUMBERS ARE LISTED BELOW:

Police/Fire/Ambulance 000

Interpreting Services: 13 14 50

Poisons Information Centre 13 11 26

Abortion Grief Counselling 1300 363 550

Alcohol and Drug Information Serv. 1800 177833 (24-hour counselling and information)

Domestic Violence helpline 1800 811 811

Lifeline 131 114

Men’s Line Australia 1300 789 978

Pregnancy Counselling Australia 1300 737732

Pregnancy Help Line 1300 792 79

Quitline 13 78 48

Salvation Army 1300 363 622

Head Space – Youth Mental Health Initiative Program

Beyond Blue – advice and support for anxiety and depression

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Course Fees

Victorian and Commonwealth government funding is available for eligible individuals. For more information on eligibility requirements, please view our course fees for the most up to date information, or contact us.

Award of Qualification

To achieve an award of CPC40110 – Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building), a total of 16 units must be completed. This includes all thirteen (13) Core Units and three (3) Elective Units.

Program Duration

With 6-­12 months Industry experience:
Induction and Introduction to Course (4 hour)

  1. Building Regulations (3 wks)
  2. Project Scope and Plan (7 wks)
  3. Quantities, Estimating and Tendering (3 wks)
  4. Construction Project Management (2 wks)
  5. Contracts and Financial Management (3 wks)
  6. Best Practices – Integrated Quality, Risk, WHS & Compliance (5 wks)
  7. Sustainability & Environmental Management (1 wk)

OR

Up to 12 months with no Industry experience:
Induction and Introduction to Course (4 hours)

  1. Building Regulations (3 wks)
  2. Project Scope and Plan (7 wks)
  3. Quantities, Estimating and Tendering (3 wks)
  4. Construction Project Management (2 wks)
  5. Contracts and Financial Management (3 wks)
  6. Best Practices – Integrated Quality, Risk, WHS & Compliance (5 wks)
  7. Sustainability & Environmental Management (1 wk)

Mentor Session 1
(1 month after Tutorial 7)
Mentor Session 2
(3 months after Tutorial 7)
8 Final Tutorial
(6 months after Tutorial 7)

 

Career & Study Pathways

Discover how our courses can help you move from a certificate through to a PhD. Refer to our Career & Study Pathways section for more information.

 

Course Structure

Overview

To achieve a CPC40110 ­ Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building), a total of 16 units must be completed. This includes all thirteen (13) Core Units and three (3) Elective Units.

Core Units

CPCCBC4001A – Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for low rise building projects
CPCCBC4003A – Select and prepare a construction contract
CPCCBC4004A – Identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
CPCCBC4010B – Apply structural principles to residential low rise constructions
BSBSMB406 – Manage small business finances
CPCCBC4002A – Manage occupational health and safety in the building and construction workplace
CPCCBC4005A – Produce labour and material schedules for ordering
CPCCBC4006B – Select, procure and store construction materials for low rise projects
CPCCBC4007A – Plan building or construction work
CPCCBC4008B – Conduct on-site supervision of building and construction projects
CPCCBC4009B – Apply legal requirements to building and construction projects
CPCCBC4012B – Read and interpret plans and specifications
CPCCBC4011B – Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions

Possible Elective Units

CPCCBC4020A – Build thermally efficient and sustainable structures
CPCCBC4024A – Resolve business disputes
CPCCBC4013A – Prepare and evaluate tender documentation

Student Support Services

Avante Education Trainers and Assessors are able to provide assistance to students who require LLN Support, other student support services include;
  • Life Coaching
  • Career Pathway Counselling
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Presentation Skills
  • Employability Skills Training
  • Image Consultant – Personal Stylist
  • auss-one Soft Skills Library
  • auss-one Technical Skills Library
  • Student Crisis Support Fund
  • 1 to 1 Course Progress Mentoring
 
 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

The competencies of this qualification may be attained through the process of RPL. Please refer to the RPL section for more information and how to apply.

 

Credit Transfer

Avante Education has a policy to acknowledge formal Statements of Attainment issued by another Registered Training organisation. For more information please refer to the credit transfer section for more information on how to apply.

Assessment Methods

  • Written activities
  • Case Study
  • Practical Observation
  • Verbal
  • Role Play
  • Questions & Answers
  • Portfolio

Delivery Methods

  • Classroom (face2face) tutorials
  • Quizzes
  • Small Group Discussions
  • Case Studies
  • Active Summaries
  • Q&A Sessions
  • Practical Demonstrations
  • Self­-Paced Learning and Hands-­On Mentoring

Reasonable Adjustment

Reasonable adjustments to assessment methods may be made according to each learners individual circumstance, these will be discussed prior to enrolment.

Delivery Locations

Please refer to our delivery locations section for current intake dates and delivery locations.

Admission Requirements & Prerequisite

This qualification ‘CPC40110 ­ Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)’ has no formal prerequisites for entry and is open to anyone interested in pursuing or enhancing a career in the Building Industry.
Prospective learners will be required to go through a formal face to face Interview with one of our qualified Trainers and Assessors to establish whether the desired course is the correct qualification for their career path/job prospects. Learners are required to undertake an LLN assessment prior to commencing training.Our services are also in line with the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. People with disabilities are welcome to apply.

Career Opportunities

  • Builder
  • Construction Manager
  • Building Production
  • Supervisor
  • Plan and supervise
  • construction work
  • Prepare, cost and schedule a contract
  • Professional knowledge and skills required to achieving a licensing or registration outcome

You will be eligible for work in diverse range of roles in the building and construction industry.

Course Information

The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry. Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Additional units of competency may be required to meet builder registration requirements in various States and Territories.

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