RII30815 – Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
This qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator working with civil construction plant, who applies a broad range of skills in a varied work context, using some discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge. The individual may provide theoretical advice and support a team.
Note: This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
This course will run over a 17-week period consisting of two (2) days a week face to face classroom based for the first 14 weeks and then five (5) days a week for the final three weeks. Students are also expected to complete about 10 hours homework per week as well.
ELIGIBILTY FOR GOVERNMENT FUNDING
Now is the ideal time to make a start on gaining new skills, or upgrading your existing skills, to help you get the job you want. The Victorian Government is making vocational education and training more accessible to people who do not hold a post-school qualification, or who want to gain a higher level qualification than they already hold. There are now government-subsidised training places available to people who meet the eligibility criteria.
In 2020 you are eligible for a government-subsidised training place if you are:
- an Australian citizen
- an Australian Permanent Resident (holder of a permanent visa)
- a New Zealand citizen
and are any of the following:
- Under 20 years old as of 1 January 2020
- 20 years and older and up-skilling by seeking to enrol in a course at a higher level than your existing qualification
And have commenced no more than:
- 2 subsidised courses in a year;
- 2 subsidised courses at the same time;
- 2 subsidised courses at the same qualification level in your life.
$120.00 with Healthcare Card
$600.00 Skills First
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If you are enrolled at a school, you will not be able to receive a government-subsidised training place for a course through Skills First, unless you are undertaking the course as part of a School-Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship. The Government supports schools in other ways to offer vocational training to their students, so you should discuss all your options with your school.
Not Eligible – You can still study at your choice of training provider if places are available, but you will have to pay the full fee for service (FFS) for your training.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
• At the time of enrolment, you must disclose any medications or disability which may affect your learning or physical ability to conduct safe operation of plant machinery (including any vision impairment)
• You must understand and speak the English language and have the ability to conduct Mathematical Calculations at a level that enables the safe operation of plant machinery
• You must supply your current drivers licence or another form of photo identification and Medicare card. Eligible students applying for funding must provide their health care card.
• All course participants will be provided with a student information book detailing their rights and responsibilities.
This qualification is from the RII Resources & Infrastructure Industries Training Package, it can provide Job Pathways in the fields of Plant Operations in Road Construction, Civil Construction and the Mining Industry. For more information, please refer to the Resources & Infrastructure Industry website www.skillsdmc.com.au or contact our office for a Pathways Information Sheet.
This program is delivered over a period of Twenty-Six (26) weeks – One (1) day per week. The course is conducted by face to face training in a classroom and at a practical training based facility. Students will also be required to complete up to ten hours of homework per week.
Students are required to demonstrate competence to the standard as prescribed in the assessment criteria. Qualified assessors will conduct a written and practical assessment at the completion of each unit of competency. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is offered to students who have previous experience in the industry.
PAYMENT & TRADING TERMS
All courses require a position holding deposit of 50% at pre-enrolment. Applicants will be advised of the amount prior to booking. Payment for the balance is required prior to the course commencement. Facilities include Credit Card, EFTPOS, Cheque or Cash.
NOTE: All course documentation is included in these fees.
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) & CREDIT TRANSFER
Recognition of Prior Learning is a process where people are provided with an opportunity to have their skills and knowledge assessed that they have developed outside the formal education system, for example:- life experience, informal training or work experience. The process involves the student providing physical evidence of their experiences that correlate with the unit of competency, you will then need to partake in an interview with the RPL assessor to ascertain that sufficient evidence has been provided. Students are required to complete an RPL application and will be advised of the cost prior to enrolment. If the student intends to apply for RPL, they MUST advise administration prior to enrolment.
1 Stop Driving School will recognise the AQF VET qualifications and VET statements of attainment issued by any other RTO. Credit Transfer is available for students who have previously completed units provided the units are relevant to the qualification the student is enrolling in and can be identified as a current or equivalent unit of competency.
This qualification is Nationally Recognised Training and applicants deemed competent at the conclusion of the course will be provided with a Statement of Attainment for units completed or a RII30815- Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations on completion of the full qualification and wallet-sized competency card for plant machinery.
The following shows the requirements for completion of the qualification which includes 19 units of competency, consisting of fourteen (14) Core Units (C) and five (5) Elective Units (E) and Statements of Attainment for a further six (6) units.
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures (C)
RIISAM201D Handle resources and infrastructure materials and safely dispose of nontoxic materials (C)
RIIBEF201D Plan and organise work (C)
RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace (C)
RIICCM201D Carry out measurements and calculations (C)
RIICCM203D Read and interpret plans and job specifications (C)
RIICCM202D Identify, locate and protect underground services (C)
RIICCM205D Carry out manual excavation (C)
RIIWMG203D Drain and dewater civil construction site (C)
RIICCM208D Carry out basic levelling (C)
RIISAM203D Use hand and power tools (C)
RIISAM204D Operate small plant and equipment (C)
RIICCM207D Spread and compact materials manually (C)
RIICCM206D Support plant operations (C)
RIIMPO320E Conduct civil construction excavator operations (E)
RIIMPO319D Conduct backhoe/loader operations (E)
RIIMPO321D Conduct civil construction wheeled front end loader operations
RIIMPO318D Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations (E)
RIIMPO317D Conduct roller operations (E)
RIIHAN301D Operate elevating work platform (E)
RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces (E)
RIIHAN308E Load and unload plant (E)
HLTAID003 Provide first aid (E)
RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat (E)
RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan (E)