To determine whether your work evidence meets the requirements of the skills assessment we recommend you review the following:
Evidence - Carpentry and Joinery
The CPC32011 - Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery is a dual certificate which incorporates all the common units between the CPC31912 - Certificate III in Joinery and CPC30211 - Certificate III in Carpentry.
The core 'Joinery' units in this certificate are:
- The safe use, set up and maintenance of static wood machines
- The manufacture of doors
- The manufacture of windows
- The manufacture of joinery products such as cabinets, staircases, countertops, partitions, showcases
- Assembly of doors, windows and frames.
The dual certificate also has a large form work component which is covered by the unit:
- Erect and disassemble formwork to suspended slabs, columns, beams and walls.
Most applicants have no problems in providing evidence for Carpentry. However, because the Australian Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery has a large portion of working on static machines, many applicants don't have any evidence of this type of work. This is because in the UK that type of work is performed by a Wood Machinist or Cabinet Maker.
We offer the option of an onsite practical skills demonstration, should evidence gathered through the Documentary Evidence Assessment and/or Technical Interview be insufficient enough to reach a decision about your competence.
The onsite practical skills demonstrations are for the following occupations:
- Carpenter (ANZSCO code: 331212)
- Carpenter and Joiner (ANZSCO code: 331211)
- Joiner (ANZSCO code: 331213)
- Cabinetmaker (ANZSCO Code 394111)
- Bricklayer (ANZSCO Code 331111).
Enquire about the possibility of a practical demonstration by contacting the Skilled Migration Assessment Services team.