Become a Wall & Floor Tiler, Study CPC31320 - Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling
This qualification provides a trade outcome in wall and floor tiling for residential and commercial construction work. The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as the specialist field of work, wall and floor tiling. Tilers work with materials like ceramic, glass, slate, marble and clay. They cut these materials and lay tiles on walls and floors, both interior and exterior. They may also add decorative touches to their basic work.
Do you enjoy working with your hands? Do you like job diversity? Are you looking for a career where you can combine arts and the trades? Then the Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling is for you!
This qualification offers a wonderful introduction to the growing WA construction industry, providing a range of basic construction skills as well as wall and floor tiling and advanced skills such as Mosaic and tiling curved surfaces. This qualification provides the skills for students to work as a sole trader in the construction, industrial and domestic markets.
This qualification provides a pathway to work in the construction industry with students completing 200 hours of work experience in the construction industry.
Nationally Recognised Qualification
Course National Code: CPC31320
Course CRICOS Code: 103801K
This course is available to international students only. (planning to apply for a student visa (500) or currently on a student visa).
This course is delivered over 104 weeks in eight ten-week terms up to 22 weeks of holidays depending on commencement date. Classes are scheduled for 20 hours per week, two days per week plus 4 hours of scheduled study. Additionally, from Term 3 you will undertake work experience in the industry.
For a limited time:
Tuition Fees: AU$ 20,500
Material Fees: AU$ 4,900
AU$25,400 total tuition and material fees payable in 8-installments in 2-year (10% scholarship applied to $28,500 for a limited time)
● No enrolment fees ($250) for a limited time.
Please see more available scholarships.
*Please note prices may vary if Recognition of Prior Learning or Credit Transfer is approved, please refer to our website for more details.
We support our Wall & Floor Tiling students to get required industry placement for this course.
This qualification provides a pathway to work as a tiler in general construction or as a sole trader.
Occupational titles may include:
Wall and Floor tiler.
Theory and Practical Sessions
All Theory and Practical classes are held in the heart of Perth City: 187 Colin Place, West Perth WA 6005
Pathways From the Qualification
Students who successfully complete the Certificate III may go on to complete further study in a range of Certificate IV qualifications such as the Certificate IV in Building and Construction various streams; Building; Site Management; Specialist Trades or Trade Contracting.
Industry Placement. You must be physically fit to take this course.
PCBT will Support Wall and Floor Tiling Students in Finding Work Placements in terms 3-8 (a maximum of 360 hours will be the industry placement component where 200 hours will be the minimum benchmark to fulfil as an integral part of the qualification). Note: Students must abide by PCBT Code of Conduct).
Work placements are organised by PCBT College. Host work placement facilities are fully briefed by PCBT’s qualified tiling trainer on the supervision and support requirements when hosting our student.
Study and Assessment mode
This course is delivered in a combination of theory and practical sessions. All practical sessions are conducted in a fully equipped trade training centre where students will have access to all relevant equipment and a chance to practice all the techniques as required by the training package. From term 3, students will also participate in 200 hours of workplace experience to ensure that skills are demonstrated in an industry context to industry standard; PCBT assessors will visit student worksites to observe skills in action. PCBT supports students with industry placements for its students to enhance skills and further employment opportunities, however, students are expected to work with PCBT to organise their placements. Assessment is competency based and is generally though questioning, project and practical demonstrations.
Entry admission requirements
Those students who wish to undertake this course should meet the following academic and English language requirements.
|Year 11 or equivalent;|
Various Certificate II Construction qualifications or with limited or no vocational experience and without a lower level qualification
|Intermediate Level of English or|
Duolingo English Test Score of 80-90 or
IELTS Test Score of 5.0 overall (General or Academic) or
TOEFL iBT Test Score of 35 or
PTE Academic Test Score of 36 or
Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) Test Score of 154 or
OET Pass Grade B or
PCBT Certificate 3 in EAL
IELTS test score of 4.5 or equivalent with at least 10 weeks ELICOS
You may be exempted to provide evidence of English Language competence if:
you have studied for 5 years in an English speaking country.
you have completed at least 6 months of a Certificate IV OR higher level course in an Australian Education Provider under a student visa.
you have successfully completed a foundation course in Australia
you have successfully completed the College English Placement Test.
you have successfully completed your High School or higher tertiary qualification in English Language
Please note that you are required to meet the Department of Home Affairs English language requirements for student visa applications, which may differ from the aforementioned course entry requirements. Please refer to https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/ to find out the assessment level for your country and to determine the required level of English that you should possess
To achieve full certification, candidates must complete 20 units of competency:
PCBT runs a registered trade centre in West Perth. At this centre, candidates are trained in Wall & Floor Tiling. All training and assessments, required for the qualification, are carried out on-site in our workshop.
|CPCCOM2001||Read and interpret plans and specifications|
|CPCCCM2006||Apply basic levelling procedures|
|CPCCOM1012||Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry|
|CPCCOM1013||Plan and organise work|
|CPCCOM1014||Conduct workplace communication|
|CPCCOM1015||Carry out measurements and calculations|
|CPCCWF2001*||Handle wall and floor tiling materials|
|CPCCWF2002*||Use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment|
|CPCCWF3001*||Prepare surfaces for tiling application|
|CPCCWF3002*||Install floor tiles|
|CPCCWF3003*||Install wall tiles|
|CPCCWF3004*||Repair wall and floor tiling|
|CPCCWF3005*||Install decorative tiling|
|CPCCWF3006*||Install mosaic tiling|
|CPCCWF3007*||Tile curved surfaces|
|CPCCWF3009*||Apply waterproofing for wall and floor tiling|
|CPCCWHS2001||Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry|
|CPCCCM2009*||Carry out basic demolition|
|CPCCCO2013*||Carry out concreting to simple forms|
|CPCCSP2002||Use solid plastering tools and equipment|
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