Apprentice Carpenter



Looking at securing a long-term career in the Building industry? Your apprenticeship is the start of a professional career We have a number of positions for enthusiastic people looking to start or continue their carpentry apprenticeship. Wage Award: National wage Award Mode: Full time 38 hours per week Period of Apprenticeship: up to 4 Years Training: Certificate III Location: Northern Suburbs DESCRIPTION: Carry out tasks related to the building, construction and joinery trades, under the supervision of a qualified tradesperson/instructor and consistent with apprenticeship year level. Attend off the job trade school to complete learning and assessment outcomes required for a carpentry apprenticeship.

DUTIES: Carry out construction, assembly, alteration or renovation of buildings, structures, fittings, cabinets, cupboards and modular units, possibly for single and multi-storey domestic, commercial and industrial environments Carry out construction activity, e.g. digging footings, erecting sub-floor structures; wall and roof framing; internal and external cladding; fit-out and fixture of doors and all building hardware and fittings Read and working from, plans and specifications Use hand tools, e.

g. hammers, chisels, hand saws, screwdrivers, measuring tapes and levelling devices etc. Use power tools, e.

g. electric/battery drills, power saws, routers, sanders, planners, laser levelling devices, pneumatic (air) tools, e.g.

nail guns Operate workshop equipment, e.g. static machines, band saws, docking saws, thicknessers, routers, bench grinders, etc.

Use safe and appropriate means to access (both internal and external) for building and construction sites and trade school environments Follow appropriate safety practices when using ladders, other access ways, handrails, barriers, scaffolding and mechanical lifts (trained/licensed users only) Follow established policies and procedures for Protective Personal Apparel (PPE) use and the use or non-use of devices such as mobile phone in workplace and training environments Follow appropriate manual handling techniques for manual tasks including lifting and moving items Follow safety and environmental practices for handling building products, fluids and waste products Complete appropriate documentation and recording information on computerised programs Carry out the theory and practical assessment tasks in a building site/training centre Follow written and verbal instructions in workplace and trade school environments Communicate and interact with others in workplace and trade school environments, may include customer interaction Read and interpret various types of construction/architectural diagrams Follow HIA APPRENTICES induction processes and codes of conduct. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: A willingness to develop skills and knowledge in this trade Physical fitness and the ability to undertake manual labour for extended periods Be a safe confident worker Willingness to travel CI Card (White Card) (or be willing to.

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23 May 2020


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