This course provides you with hands-on skills and knowledge that enables you to carry out a wide range of tasks in the painting and decorating industry. You will learn practical skills such as preparing surfaces, applying paint by brushes, rollers and spray guns, hanging wallpaper and creating feature walls. Moreover, you will learn useful theoretical knowledge, including occupational health and safety requirements and how to write quotations so you are well prepared to enter the workplace with confidence.
By undertaking a Certificate III in Painting and Decorating, you will also learn many general skills and knowledge required for work in the building and construction industry. The course is delivered in simulated work environment, where you will carry out practical tasks in a workshop area with painting bays: artificial rooms ready to be painted, and spray booths.
This course holds National Accreditation under the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF).
City Campus: Level 4-5, 220 Albert Road, South Melbourne, VIC 3205.
Mode of Delivery
This course includes written projects/assignments, as well as observation of practical tasks. Group tasks or assignments may occur as a type of assessment.
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
Upon completion of this qualification, students can continue their studies with a CPC50308 Diploma of Building and Construction (Management) or pursue a qualification in another related field.
Student can have reassessments of NYC (Not Yet Competent) at no charge.
Fee For Service
Government Funded*: $250.00 (*Eligibility criteria apply. Further details about receiving Government funding see Government Funding Eligibility criteria).
Training Services are provided to Eligible individuals with Funds made available by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments (This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding). Western Institute of Technology follows the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 and highly encourages individuals with disabilities to access government subsidised training.
In order to be compliant with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 every student is required to wear their own Personal Protection Equipment (PPE): safety boots and protective clothing at every training session/practical demonstration session.
Credit Transfer or Recognition For Prior Learning (RPL)
Applicants who wish to apply for credit transfer or RPL, please complete the relevant form.
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