The CPC32713 Certificate III in Gas Fitting is designed to enable participants to install, alter, remove, repair, service and test type A domestic and commercial gas appliances and Type A gas systems, under supervision, after applying for and being granted their interim gas work licence for Queensland.
The course is designed in conjunction with the employer workplace training support. This program is undertaken as a traineeship/apprenticeship and upon successful completion of the training course, the applicant is required to complete weekly logbooks.
Our team will meet with interested employers to assess their eligibility and to organise the relevant funding applications/approvals. The employer must apply through the Apprentiship training organisations first – if they wish to apprentice through this qualification, otherwise please refer to the User pays program Certificate III in gas fitting located here .
The Certificate III in gas fitting course is open to non-tradespersons or licensed tradespersons within the plumbing, electrical, mechanical, electronics, metal work, refrigeration and air-conditioning fields who are required to work on and install, commission and service Type A gas appliances. This course also covers gas pipework for Type A and B gas appliances, reticulated gas supplies including gas cylinders/gas tanks, mobile and portable caravans and marine installations.
The employer and applicant must apply with an apprenticeship placement entity like Busy At Work , then request Bizmatrix as the USER CHOICE training provider.
This section only covers students who wish to complete a certificate III in Gas fitting through the apprenticeship scheme- It is important to understand the Employer must have the correct resources like a Gas Work Licenced trades person Gas fitter and the spread of gas fitting work to adequately train the apprentice through out the apprenticeship period.
The employers resources will be checked prior to acceptance of the applicant.
The log book commences on enrollment and will be required to be completed with the correct amount of training in the field before the apprentice is deemed satisfactory complete.