RII50415 Dip Civil Construction Management
This qualification allows you to work as part of a team or an individual on civil construction sites performing tasks involving the application of significant judgement in planning and determining the selection of equipment/roles/techniques for yourself and others.
RII40715 Cert IV Civil Construction
To become a building technician, you will need to have an excellent knowledge of building methods and materials. You will also need good communication skills and be able to work well as part of a team.
RII30815 Cert III Civil Construction Plant Operations
As a construction plant operator, you could work with the machinery and equipment used on major civil engineering projects, construction and house building sites, road works, demolition sites, quarries and railways.
RII30915 Cert III Civil Construction (Bridge Construction)
As a bridge construction worker, you help build and repair bridges from foundations to finish. If you are physically fit and would like a practical job working outside this could suit you.
RII30915 Cert III Civil Construction (Pipelaying)
Pipe layers are responsible for digging trenches, laying and connecting the pipe used in water mains, sewers, gas and other pipelines.
RII30915 Cert III Civil Construction (Road Construction and Maintenance)
As a road construction worker, you will help build and repair roads and motorways. You might also excavate trenches, lay drains, kerbs and pipes, and paint road markings.
RII31615 Cert III Trenchless Technology
As a trenchless technology worker, you will be working in the civil construction industry including, but not limited to: Installation of various types of pipelines and stormwater system, repairing of existing pipeline system and other various roles.