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      To become a licensed concreter in Australia, in certain states you need to complete the Certificate III in Concreting – CPC30320 from an accredited provider.

      Licensing procedures vary by state or territory, so it’s important to check with your local authorities or licensing boards. Generally, you will need to submit an application form along with evidence of your formal qualifications and any other relevant documents.

      Yes, RPL may be an option worth exploring if you have experience in the industry but lack the formal qualification required for a licence. With RPL, you can gain credit for what you already know and fast-track your way to becoming a licensed concreter. Skills Certified is here to help – contact us today to find out more about our RPL services!

      RTO stands for Registered Training Organisation, which is an approved training provider responsible for delivering nationally recognised qualifications. When you undertake a course with an RTO, you will be issued with a certificate or statement of attainment upon successful completion of the qualification. We can match you with one of our partner RTOs to help you achieve your licence.

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