From 1 October, 2016, Core Industry Training has limited spaces available for the SAGT_1617 for CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry.
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Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) Funded Training
Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) is an independent industry funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices and career seekers in the building and construction industry. They assist the Queensland building and construction industry by providing funding for training and skills development.
Core Industry Training has been allocated funding under the SAGT_1617 – general construction program which provides a pathway for eligible participants to have their existing skills recognised and undertake additional gap training, in order to achieve the nationally recognised qualification of CPC30211 Certificate III in Carpentry
The assessment funding rate is $1,000.00 for an individual skills assessment and a maximum of eight gap training units of competency or 500 nominal hours (whichever is attained first). The maximum amount of funding provided is $4,375.00
Participants in this program must be able to demonstrate significant experience in the the trade that they are seeking a qualification for.
To be eligible to apply for funding under this program, you must meet the following criteria:
A. You must be an existing worker in the Building and Construction Industry; or
B. Be a jobseeker with previous experience in the industry (recent, ie within the past 2 years)
Employment Eligibility Definitions
The definition of an eligible worker is that as defined in the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Services Leave) Act 1991 (Qld), Sections 3A and 3B. Click here to view the full definition.
The definition of an existing worker is a person who is a currently employment in the Building and Construction Industry who has a one month or more employment relationship with their employer. This relationship can be full or part time, casual or via engagement as a contract worker.
A career seeker is a person with significant previous experience, skills and knowledge in the Building and Construction Industry but does not meet the definition of an existing worker.
A.You must be a permanent resident of Queensland or be permanently employed in Queensland
B. An Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
C. A Permanent resident of Australia, or
D. A holder of a refugee or humanitarian visa
You must be able to demonstrate RPL experience in 80% or more of the competencies required to complete the full qualification being funded under this qualification
You are only eligible for assessment and gap training against one eligible qualification per program period
To be eligible, you must not be:
- An employee of any authority
- An apprentice or trainee as defined in the Further Education, Training and Employment Act 2014
- Currently enrolled and participating in a school program
- An existing worker/trainer/assessor (contracted or permanent) of any registered training organisation (RTO)
- Already funded by an authority or other source for delivery of the same training being undertaken as part of this program
- Have been previously funded under this program in the same progam period
As the training provider, Core Industry Training receives funding from Construction Skills Queensland to undertake the Skills Assessment and Gap Training. This rate is $1,000 per individual skills assessment and up to a maximum of eight training units of competency (Gap Training) or 500 nominal hours (which is attained first). The maximum amount of funding provided by CSQ to Core Industry Training is $4,375.00
Regions of Delivery
Under the terms of the Contract, Core Industry Training are able to offer funding for this program to eligible participants that live in the following areas:
- Gold Coast
- Brisbane, North & South Brisbane
- Sunshine Coast