RII31213 Certificate III in Civil Foundations


This qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator working in foundation work in the civil construction industry, who applies a broad range of skills in a varied work context, using some discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. Depending on the units selected trainees may experience training across areas including piling, rock anchoring and ground support. Trainees will learn how to operate a wide range of piling and drilling equipment and have the knowledge and skills for supervising activities in this area.

Delivery
This qualification can be delivered full-time over three (3) years OR part-time over six (6) years as school-based. In conjunction with the on the job training by the employer component of the traineeship, CSTC will deliver face to face off the job training through day release.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to apply for this traineeship, applicants must:
Have a year 9 level of literacy and numeracy; be at least 15 years of age; and
Be employed by an employer who works in the plant operations field of the building and construction industry.

Traineeships require employers to enter into a training contract with the trainee and the registered training organisation (RTO). Employers then work with the RTO and trainee to draw up a training plan. A training plan and contract detailing the training dates and associated units of competency will be provided at the time of sign-up. The employer can discuss with the RTO selection of electives, sequencing of competency units – timing, location and mode of delivery.


Units for Qualification
The following provides the packaging rules for this qualification, followed by the list of relevant units of competency.
Successful completion of twenty five (25) units of competency made up of:
fourteen (14) core units, and
eleven (11) elective units of which:
– at least ten (10) must be chosen from group A and/or group B, including:
– at least five (5) units at Certificate III level
– at least two (2) of which must be foundation work (RIICFW) units
– up to one (1) unit may be chosen from Certificate II, Certificate III or Certificate IV level from this, or any other Training Package or accredited course
Units chosen must be relevant to the job function.
There are both licensed and non-licensed units of competency relating to high risk work in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package. To be appointed under any statutory requirements in related roles, units of competency should be selected to meet the state/territory licensing requirements.
There are no prerequisites to imported units listed in this qualification. Where a unit is imported as an elective care must be taken to ensure that all prerequisites specified are complied with.
CORE
RIIBEF201D Plan and organise work
RIICCM201D Carry out measurements and calculations
RIICCM202D Identify, locate and protect underground services
RIICCM203D Read and interpret plans and specifications
RIICCM205D Carry out manual excavation
RIICCM207D Spread and compact materials manually
RIICCM208D Carry out basic levelling
RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIISAM201D Handle resources and infrastructure materials and safely dispose of nontoxic materials
RIISAM203D Use hand and power tools
RIISAM204D Operate small plant and equipment
RIIWMG203D Drain and dewater civil construction site
RIIWMG301D Control construction site water table
ELECTIVE (select 11 units according to package rules above)
Group A
RIICCM209D Carry out concrete work
RIICCM210D Install trench support
RIICCM211D Erect and dismantle temporary fencing and gates
RIICCM301D Construct and dismantle fences and gates
RIICFW301D Construct underpinning
RIICFW302D Install temporary and permanent rock anchors
RIICFW303D Install primary ground support
RIICFW304D Conduct pile driving operations
RIICFW305D Conduct cast in-situ piling operations
RIICFW306D Direct pile driving operations
RIICFW307D Direct cast in-situ piling operations
RIICRC306D Conduct earthworks
RIIHAN208D Perform dogging
RIIHAN211D Conduct basic scaffolding operations
RIIHAN301D Operate elevating work platform
RIIIMG301D Maintain site records
RIINHB202D Set up/pack up drill site
RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces
RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat
RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan
RIIQUA201D Maintain and monitor site quality standards
RIIRIS201D Conduct local risk control
RIIRIS202D Respond to site based spills
RIISAM205D Cut, weld and bend materials
RIISAM213D Position and set up mobile lighting
AHCSAW201A Conduct erosion and sediment control activities
AHCSAW301A Construct conservation earthworks
Group B
CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
CPCCLSF2001A Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding basic level
TLILIC2005A Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 meters or more)

Fees and Charges

Funding Available

User Choice – these funds are provided by the Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment to fund apprenticeships and traineeships.  To determine if you are eligible for funding, please contact our Training Coordinator on 07 3373 8888.

CSQ Funding – these funds are provided by Construction Skills Queensland via the Skill Assessment and Gap Training – Civil Construction for RPL.   To determine if you are eligible for funding, please refer to the CSQ Skills Assessment and Gap Training – Civil Construction Funded Program Information Sheet.  To apply for CSQ funding, please complete and submit the CSQ Skills Assessment and Gap Training Funding Application.
Fees and Charges – Face to Face

Funding Type Non-Concessional Concessional
Fee for Service $12,070 Not applicable
User Choice $1,080 (approximate, determined by electives chosen) $430 (approximate, determined by electives chosen)

Fees and Charges – RPL

Funding Type
Fee for Service $300 application fee, quote for full completion will be provided once the kit has been assessed
CSQ Funding No co-contribution fees

How to enrol
Interested applicants and their employers should contact our office on 07 3373 8888.

 

 

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