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The following AWCI courses are held on a regular basis in the Emrock boardroom:

 

PASSIVE FIRE COURSES (CPCCBC4047A Quality Assure Fire Rated Lining Systems)

The AWCI Passive Fire Course is a nationally recognised unit of competency and is offered to prepare students to apply for a Passive Fire Protection – Fire and Smoke Walls and Ceilings Occupational Licence with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission. This licence requires the successful completion of CPC31211 or Certificate 111 in Carpentry CPC30211. Both these certificate 111’s must include the elective install drywall passive fire rated systems CPCCWC3003A, plus either the unit of competency CPCCBC4047A Quality Assure Fire Rated Lining Systems (this course) or Prepare a Fire Protection Certificate Statement REP1. This course is designed for those who have Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining and who wish to undertake CPCCBC4047A Quality Assure Fire Rated Lining Systems. To find out dates, click here to go to the AWCI Training page and click on the course you are interested in to make a booking.

 

WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY COURSES

This course is geared to assist in understanding why you would want to put in place processes and systems around safety in the workplace. What do you need to do to comply when you engage with a builder, what are the traps and how easy it is to comply within the running of your business? AWCI will touch on WHS clauses in contracts and where do I go from this course to make something more permanent in the business.  They accept a minimum of 5 participants and a maximum of 10 participants per course. To find out dates,  click here to go to the AWCI Training page and click on the course you are interested in to make a booking.

 

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION COURSES

An intermediate level look at the tendering and contract award process and how to negotiate a better position. How to set up the commencement of a project and how to prepare and submit variation & progress claims so that you can play the game. A practical approach to extensions of time, site diary, site meetings and file notes what to say and not to say to protect your position. Tips on how to get through the minefield that is practical completion on a project. Finally, form 16 and operation and maintenance documentation. This is designed for an intermediate contractor. To find out dates,  click here to go to the AWCI Training page and click on the course you are interested in to make a booking.

 

 

 

 

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