Kick start your new construction career
Enrol now in our Certificate III in Carpentry – CPC30220
Delivery and Duration
Face to Face on Campus
18MONTHS, 2 DAYS PER WEEK
START DATE – 31st of January 2022
Restart Your Career and Become a Carpenter
CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry
Variety of Job Opportunities
Learning skills for this trade can allow you to pursue many types of carpentry jobs. It’s a fact that Construction represent one of the most versatile sectors that you can enter. A Carpenter’s skill set is required and touches most aspects of construction all construction jobs.
Currently the National average salary for a paid carpenter is $83,450 annually however Carpenters who work on commercial or industrial projects can earn well in excess of $100k annually.
Versatility Types of employment:
- Framing and residential carpenter: Help build various kinds of homes, from condos and townhouses to single-family residences. Carpenters in this category are often involved in framing exterior and interior walls, building stairs, and framing decks and roofs. Some of them even build forms for concrete foundations or put up drywall. And some carpenters in this category specialize in working on finishing touches such as installing doors, windows, floors, and panelling finishes for walls and ceilings. They often use job titles like “finishing carpenter” or “trim carpenter.”
- Commercial carpenter: Assist in the construction of hotels, office towers, schools, hospitals, restaurants, retail developments, and other types of commercial buildings. In addition to wood, carpenters in this area of the trade also frequently work with steel or other materials when framing exterior walls, curtain walls, and interior partitions. Many of them also specialize in building concrete forms or performing various finishing tasks like laying floors or installing paneling, ceilings, and windows.
- Industrial carpenter: Work on important public infrastructure projects or in major industries like resource extraction, energy production, or manufacturing. Big construction projects often require specialized carpenters to build safe and sturdy scaffolding, strong bracing, firm partitions, or precise concrete-pouring forms. Such carpenters often contribute their skills to civil engineering projects such as bridges, tunnels, and dams. And they can also be found working on the construction of industrial projects like power plants or underground structures for mining.