Certificate III in Carpentry
Within four weeks of receiving sufficient and complying evidence of competency in all applied for units of competency
Frontier Training and Technology (RTO: 21244)
Noble Training (RTO: 41488)
Construction Trades College (RTO: 40250)
Career Skills Australia (RTO: 45254)
Qualified individuals are most often employed as:
Technicians and Trades Workers
Qualified individuals are most often employed in:
Transport, Postal and Warehousing
Source - All statistics supplied by NCVER
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Speak with Skills Certified Australia about your goals, and we'll connect you with the right resources and help you obtain your certification. We will connect you to a dedicated consultant who can take you one step closer to your goals.
Your consultant will help you create a portfolio that will act as an evidence of your experience. This can contain your previous domestic or international qualifications, samples of your work, images and videos of your work, letter of recommendation and your current resume etc.
One of our partner registered training organisations (RTOs) will examine your portfolio. If any extra proof is required, the assessor assigned to your case may contact you. If you have any weaknesses, the RTO may appoint a trainer to you at no charge to help you improve.
Skills Certified Australia’s certificates are nationally recognised in Australia and are equivalent to those obtained via full-time study. Qualifications might also be important for obtaining a licence or obtaining immigration status.