Construction & Other Trades
You want to successfully immerse yourself in the building, construction and masonry industries.
- Level required All levels
- Duration Minimum 1 year
- English level required Academic IELTS 5.5 or equivalent
Who is it for?
You want to learn the different techniques, processes, tools and materials of the construction, masonry, painting, tiling, commercial or residential trades.
You are looking for a job that can open opportunities for permanent residency in Australia.
Why choose this course?
Learn techniques of the bricklaying industry in line with the educational requirements of the Office of Fair Trading. This course will result in the issue of a bricklaying trade contractor's licence.
Building and Construction
This course is for construction workers and managers of small to medium construction businesses. It’s a mix between theory and a hands-on internship to get as close as possible to the field and to develop quickly within this growing industry.
Painting and Decorating
You will get to know the process, material and equipment used in the painting, decoration and surface coating sector for commercial and residential work.
You will also have to complete a 400-hour internship during your training, which will facilitate finding a job once you finish your studies.
Wall and Floor Tiling
Wall and floor tiling both residential and commercial. You will learn how to lay tiles on various surfaces, how to waterproof, different types of tiles, tools, glues and cement mortars. You will also have to complete a 400-hour internship during your training, which will facilitate with finding a job after your diploma.
- Bricklayer and Blocklayer
- Construction Manager
- Project Manager
- Painter and Decorator
- Tiler and Wall and Floor Tiler
You can choose from one of these countries
Whether you choose to pursue a passion, a passion project, or a career path, keep in mind that your choice of study needs to make sense to the Australian Immigration service too for your student visa to be granted. And for that, we will need to consider your professional experience as well as your past or current studies. Tell us more about yourself!