Learning that is decisive, enthusiastic and goal-oriented is one of the essential necessities of any career and more so for skilled trades. This kind of all-inclusive learning facilitates an educational model that empowers the learner with proper combination of tools, knowledge, experience and resources so that he may become a legal and authorized professional in his/her respective area.
- Industry relevance
It is important to understand the short-term as well as the long-term comprehensive benefits of a certification program. For this, it is essential to study the industry oriented relevance of the program.
The “CPC40110 certificate IV in building and construction” covers the knowledge and skills required by professional builders belonging to the building industry. These structural engineering consultants will be taught how to operate a fairly sized construction business with the overall responsibility of finishing a building’s construction. You will learn the contractor selection process, the overseeing process and the process of collaboration with clients.
The content, the training and industry relevance cannot be the only yardsticks for evaluating an academic program’s success. The satisfaction levels of graduates and their positive experiences post-certification are perhaps the best indicators.
ASTA’s students have all reported a good degree of satisfaction with regard to training from reputed building certification perth institutes.
- Practical approach
This course where the student’s experience is hands-on will help the student in meeting the mandates of the territory or state’s building licensing authority. He will thus get recognition as a registered building practitioner.
The program enables managers and builders of fairly sized businesses in gaining astute practical knowledge while honing the chief skills required competing in the industry.
This certification has two main modes of delivery: “Recognition of Prior Learning” (RPL) and Online.
The learning platform has been adapted to deliver direct face-to-face online content. This enables students to get in-class experience in real-time from a highly qualified instructor.
- Duration and flexibility
Duration and flexibility are important factors that affect the success of a course curriculum. The expected duration of this course has been kept for twelve months.
The RPL process can be brought to an end as soon as the student submits all the necessary pieces of evidence and accommodates the entire process. The stipulated timeline set by ASTA for this process is six months. ASTA offers more flexibility in terms of convenience and time than other institutions.
The “Certificate IV in Building and Construction course” is currently providing traineeship funding. Depending on availability and eligibility, other funding can also be availed and students are therefore instructed to directly get in touch with ASTA.
Students therefore need to
choose the correct institution for training and learning and also be aware of the curriculum and teaching methods. They should weigh factors such as funding, practicality, industry relevance and flexibility before making a decision.