CPC30620 Certificate III In Painting And Decorating

Course Overview

Are you seeking for a Painting and Decorating course from a highly reputed institute? If you are, then the CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating course will be a fantastic choice for you. A builder or the people who are associated with this industry often faces challenges. In that case, if you want to be a skilled person in the industry and gain mastery in the painting and decorating area, then Certificate III in Painting and Decorating will lead you to a successful career.

Painter and decorator services are required everywhere, from homes to public buildings, factories, and offices. Painting and decorating is a creative task. So you will be needed a sense of design and core skills of painting and decorating.

The Certificate III in Painting and Decorating is designed to provide all the required skills that you will need to be a tradesman or start your own business.

Do you want to be a professional painter or decorator in Australia? The CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating can lead you to land your dream job.

Australian Government Job Outlook service reports that the number of individuals working as painters or decorators keeps growing. This large profession is anticipated to create around 19,000 work openings in the upcoming five years, with companies seeking reputable, hard-working individuals and work nicely as a part of a team.

In various home-based and industrial settings, you’ll figure out how to make surfaces and apply paint, wallpapers, and other coatings to protect, maintain, and beautify interior and exterior surfaces. Learn a range of skills such as how to handle painting and designing tools, equipment, and materials and nicely match paint colors.

Our highly skilled teachers will ensure you can work safely and effectively in the building and construction industry, including constructing and dismantling confined-size scaffolding to work on elevated platforms.

Successfully completing CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating program in your apprenticeship permits you to become a certified painter and decorator and continue your career in the industry.

Australian Academy of Trade and Technology (AATT) guarantees that the preparation and appraisal of all units of competency of this capability will be conveyed in a genuine or a firmly mimicked working environment condition. Online course materials are accessible too. You can check the Certificate III in Painting and Decorating courses online in Australia to know the course outline.

Extra units of competency might be required to meet manufacturer enlistment prerequisites in different States and Territories in Australia.

This qualification provides a trade outcome in painting and decorating for residential and commercial Painting and Decorating work.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Painter and Decorator.

Licensing, legislative and regulatory or certification requirements for painting and decorating work differ between States and Territories. Please consult with the relevant regulatory authority.

Completion of the general Painting and Decorating induction training program, specified in the Safe Work Australia model Code of Practice: Painting and Decorating Work, is required by anyone carrying out Painting and Decorating work. Achievement of CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the Painting and Decorating industry meets this requirement.

The Target group for this qualification, CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating, includes persons wanting to gain this qualification through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) thus formalising the skills and knowledge, they have acquired through working in Painting and Decorating sector for a period of three (3) years or more.

The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which includes Credit Transfer (CT) involves the assessment of evidence supplied by the candidate that the assessor deems satisfies the unit of competency requirements that makes up the course. Evidence is gathered and assessed through a range of methods which are explained more fully in Australian Academy of Trade & Technology ’s RPL Kit.

Australian Academy of Trade & Technology provides assessment by RPL and CT, as fee-for-service. No gap training is provided by Australian Academy of Trade & Technology. If gaps are identified, candidate will be awarded Statement of Attainment for those units for which RPL has been granted.  Those not gaining full RPL are invited to reapply at a later date. Alternatively, they will be supported in locating an RTO with the units on scope so that training and assessment may be conducted.

To apply for RPL/CT Assessment at Australian Academy of Trade & Technology you will need to:

  1. Contact Australian Academy of Trade & Technology to obtain the application information.
  2. Read the information and call or visit Australian Academy of Trade & Technology to ask any questions.
  3. If you are certain that completing this course through an RPL/CT Assessment pathway only satisfies your requirements and that you can provide verified evidence that you meet the following entry criteria, then contact Australian Academy of Trade & Technology to arrange an interview (which may include an LLN test if deemed necessary).
  4. If as a result of the interview the applicant is accepted, then the Registration Form is completed and submitted along with the first fee payment.
  5. Australian Academy of Trade & Technology will then contact you to arrange the first RPL Assessor meeting and provide you with your RPL Candidates Kit.

Candidates must be able to:

  1. prove they are over 18 years old,
  2. provide evidence a minimum of 3 years recent work in the Painting and Decorating Sector,
  3. have access to a work environment,
  4. obtain written permission from employers that:
  • They can undertake the RPL process,
  • use workplace documentation and clients, client information and third-party reports,
  1. demonstrate their ability to be assessed through an assessment only pathway.

Furthermore, Candidates must Confirm that they Understand that:

  • Australian Academy of Trade & Technology will provide assessment by RPL on a fee-for-service basis.
  • No further gap assessment or gap training will be provided by Australian Academy of Trade & Technology.
  • If the assessor does not cite sufficient evidence to warrant the awarding of RPL for one or more units, then a Statement of Attainment for the units successfully completed will be provided.

Duration

Australian Academy of Trade & Technology has allocated a timeframe of six months, however, if more time in needed, candidates may contact their assessor and request an extension of up to three months.

Australian Academy of Trade & Technology offers Student Support services prior to and during the RPL process. During the Registration process Australian Academy of Trade & Technology will ask applicants to disclose any issues that might require support and what type of support will be required.

Registration and non-academic support i.e reasonable adjustment, flexible and alternative timetables, assistive technologies, personal support, counsellors, complaints and appeals, cancellations and refunds, feedback will be provided by Student administration, Student support and the CEO.

Where possible Australian Academy of Trade & Technology will be flexible in the format and timing of assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for candidates to demonstrate their skills and abilities. However, this is limited by the duration of the RPL period, workplace schedules and unit requirements.

Should a candidate need support or assistance beyond our capabilities we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further (at your expense).

Our Student Handbook details our complaints and appeal procedure, our discipline policy, and our access and equity policy, including the contact for any access and equity issues.

Course Outline

CPCCCM2008*Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffoldingCore
CPCCCM2012*Work safely at heightsCore
CPCCCM3001Operate elevated work platforms up to 11 metresCore
CPCCCM3005Calculate costs of construction workCore
CPCCOM1012Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industryCore
CPCCOM1013Plan and organise workCore
CPCCOM1014Conduct workplace communicationCore
CPCCOM1015Carry out measurements and calculationsCore
CPCCOM2001*Read and interpret plans and specificationsCore
CPCCPB3026*Erect and maintain trestle and plank systemsCore
CPCCPD2011*Handle and store painting and decorating materialsCore
CPCCPD2012*Use painting and decorating tools and equipmentCore
CPCCPD2013*Remove and replace doors and door and window componentsCore
CPCCPD3021*Prepare existing coated surface for paintingCore
CPCCPD3022*Apply paint by brush and rollerCore
CPCCPD3023*Apply texture coat paint finishes by brush, roller and sprayCore
CPCCPD3024*Apply paint by sprayCore
CPCCPD3025*Match specific paint coloursCore
CPCCPD3026*Apply stains and clear timber finishesCore
CPCCPD3027*Remove and apply wallpaperCore
CPCCPD3028*Apply decorative paint finishesCore
CPCCPD3030*Apply protective paint coating systemsCore
CPCCPD3031*Work safely with lead-painted surfaces in the painting industryCore
CPCCPD3035*Prepare uncoated surfaces for paintingCore
CPCCPD3036*Work safely to encapsulate non-friable asbestos in the painting industryCore
CPCCWHS2001Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industryCore
CPCCPD3032*Apply advanced wall coveringsElective
CPCCPD3034*Apply advanced decorative paint finishesElective
CPCCSP3003*Apply trowelled texture coat finishesElective
Not all electives are packaged within this strategy and for candidates who desire to undertake alternate electives; Australian Academy of Trade & Technology must determine if we have the personnel to conduct the assessment process and the kit will need to be adjusted accordingly. The evaluation will require 2-3 days to complete. Approved adjustments will take approximately 10 -14 working days after the evaluation.

Enrol into the Course

Validation is a quality review process. It involves checking that assessment tools produce valid, sufficient, current and authentic evidence to enable reasonable judgements to be made as to whether the requirements of the relevant aspects of the Training Package can be met. It includes reviewing and making recommendations for future improvements to the assessment tool, process and/or outcomes. This process is normally conducted prior to the use of a resource.

Moderation is the process of bringing assessment judgements and standards into alignment. It is a process that ensures the same standards are applied to all assessment results within the same Unit(s) of Competency. It is an active process in the sense that adjustments to assessor judgements are made to overcome differences in the difficulty of
the tool and/or the severity of judgements. This process is normally conducted after the use of a resource.

The validation process also includes activities that focus on providing opportunities for trainers/assessors to check, confirm and discuss their interpretation of the standards, the evidence requirements and the basis on which they make assessment decisions.

The CEO will convene an assessment validation meeting to be held prior to the issuance of the assessment resource for the first time. This meeting will confirm that the assessment resources are suited for the application on that site and that any necessary adjustment is undertaken prior to release for use. Approval for release will be made by staff of the RTO authorised to approve the resources, this will include at least an assessor, compliance staff.

Each training/assessment product will be externally moderated at least once every five (5) years, with at least 50% of products validated within the first three years of each five-year cycle, considering the relative risks of all of the training products on the RTO’s scope of registration, including those risks identified by the VET Regulator.

The external moderation team will consist of The CEO and trainer/assessor for the unit of competency and a trainer assessor from an alternate qualification.

The assessment validation process will comprise of:

A systematic process of the RTO’s assessment practices and judgements that is undertaken by one (1) or more persons who are not directly involved in the instance of delivery and assessment of the training product being validated, and who collectively have:

a) vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated;
b) current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning; and
c) the training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set referred to in Item 1 or 3 of Schedule 1 (Standards for registered Training Organisations 2015). Industry experts will be involved in validation to ensure there is the combination of expertise set out in (a) to (c) above.

  • vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated;
  • current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning; and
  • the training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set referred to in Item 1 or 3 of Schedule 1 (Standards for registered Training Organisations 2015). Industry experts will be involved in validation to ensure there is the combination of expertise set out in (a) to (c) above.
  • A review of the Assessment guidelines from the Training Package; a review of the assessment resources; a review of feedback forms from stakeholders; and any other relevant documentation;
  • Validation Processes • A review of at least 20% of all products during the preceding 12 months, and examined and commented on for:
    • vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated;
    • current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning; and
    • the training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set referred to in Item 1 or 3 of Schedule 1 (Standards for registered Training Organisations 2015). Industry experts will be involved in validation to ensure there is the combination of expertise set out in (a) to (c) above.
  • A review of the Assessment guidelines from the Training Package, a review of the assessment resources, a review of feedback forms from stakeholders and any other relevant documentation.
  • A review of at least 20% of all products during the preceding 12 months, and examined and commented on for:
    • Adhering to the principles of assessment and rules of evidence.
    • Alignment to the training package;
    • Effectiveness of the process.
    • A review of the assessment tasks, comparing them against the requirements of the Training Package, ensuring that any mapping document is accurate and maintained;
    • Ensuring that all tasks are representative of real or simulated workplace requirements and are assessed to a standard as required by the Training Package;
    • As part of the moderation process, samples of past assessment situations and past RPL decisions will be reviewed to confirm that the accepted industry standard has been achieved; and
    • All changes to resources will be recorded in the minutes of management meetings and new resources will be drafted and circulated to all relevant staff. The revised resources will be subject to the Version Control policy.

The Assessment Validation Process will Comprise of:

A systematic process of the RTO’s assessment practices and judgements that is undertaken by one (1) or more persons who are not directly involved in the particular instance of delivery and assessment of the training product being validated, and who collectively have:

d) vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated;
e) current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning; and
f) the training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set referred to in Item 1 or 3 of Schedule 1 (Standards for registered Training Organisations 2015). Industry experts will be involved in validation to ensure there is the combination of expertise set out in (a) to (c) above

  • vocational competencies and current industry skills relevant to the assessment being validated;
  • current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning; and
  • the training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set referred to in Item 1 or 3 of Schedule 1 (Standards for registered Training Organisations 2015). Industry experts will be involved in validation to ensure there is the combination of expertise set out in (a) to (c) above.
  • A review of the Assessment guidelines from the Training Package; a review of the assessment resources; a review of feedback forms from stakeholders; and any other relevant documentation;

External assessment moderation meetings are to be held on the development of new assessment resources to confirm that the resources meet the requirements of the Training Package and prior to the internal assessment process to determine that they are ready to be released for use or during December as per the Validation Schedule or as required by specific feedback causing a special moderation such as negative feedback.

External assessment moderation meetings are to be held on the development of new assessment resources to confirm that the resources meet the requirements of the Training Package and prior to the internal assessment process to determine that they are ready to be released for use or during December as per the Validation Schedule or as required by specific feedback causing a special moderation such as negative feedback.;

Issues that arise with any assessment resources will be tabled at the next management meeting; this must be before any application, otherwise an extra ordinary meeting will be convened to raise and address the issues of concern with the resources. Feedback will be gathered from participants at the completion each assessment.

Australian Academy of Trade & Technology will choose validators who are independent of delivery and assessment of the training product being validated and the assessment judgements being considered to maintain professional distance and integrity.
People involved in validation must have:

  • appropriate vocational competencies
  • current industry skills and knowledge
  • an appropriate training and assessment qualification or assessor skill set, and
  • current knowledge and skills in vocational teaching and learning.

Validation may be undertaken through a ‘team’ approach where, collectively, team members hold the required qualifications, skills and knowledge. Trainers and assessors can be involved in validation activities, if they are not directly involved in deciding the validation outcome for their assessment decisions.

Credit Transfer And RPL

  • AATT recognizes the AQF Qualifications and Statement of Attainments issued by any other Registered Training Organisation
  • Learners can demonstrate competency through formal, non-formal and informal learning. Learners are encouraged to apply for RPL prior to or immediately formal enrolment but prior to the facilitated delivery of units to ensure that they do not miss any class/workshop opportunities

RPL Application Fees

CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating $3,000 + $200 non-refundable application fee.

Payment optionsInstalment 1Instalment 2Instalment 3
Amount$1,200$1,000$1,000

 

Cost of per unit of competency when student is not eligible for full qualifications: $250 per UoC.

Certification Reissuance: $22 per item

Pay directly with our Account Department

You can arrange to make your fee payments directly with our Accounts Department at Level 14, 333 Collins Street. Melbourne, Australia 3000 by Cash, EFTPOS or credit card, or do an online bank transfer (EFT) to the following bank account:

Account Name:    AATT
Bank Name:  Commonwealth Bank 
Branch Number (BSB): 063 237
Account Number: 1042 5800

This option is for students who want a convenient payment process to save time.

Payments can be done weekly, fortnightly or monthly and in that way, some of the courses are less than 59$ a week.
Contact Australian Academy of Trade & Technology admin for further info. If you have further queries, please contact us on +611300210593

Get your skills recognized with RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment pathway to gain a qualification if you believe that you have the skills, knowledge and experience gained through work, training courses and work-based training to meet the requirements of the course.

AATT RPL Steps

Step 1.

Decide On What To Study

Step 2.

Meet The Requirements

Step 3.

Submit RPL Application Form

Step 4.

Pre-training Review And LLN Test

Step 5.

Complete RPL Stages

Fees and Charges

Full Fee – $10,000.00 Government funding is not available

Pay directly with our Account Department

You can arrange to make your fee payments directly with our Accounts Department at Level 14, 333 Collins Street. Melbourne 3000, Australia by Cash, EFTPOS or credit card, or do an online bank transfer (EFT) to the following bank account:

Account Name: AATT
Bank Name: Commonwealth Bank
Branch Number (BSB): 063 237
Account Number: 1042 5800

Direct Debit

This option is for students who want a convenient payment process to save time. Payments can be done weekly, fortnightly or monthly and in that way, some of the courses are less than 59$ a week. Contact Australian Academy of Trade & Technology admin for further info. If you have further queries, please contact us on +611300210593

Support Services

  • Learners who specifically require assistance with study skills can get practical advice on assignment writing and course-specific language and learning skills.
  • Learners facing personal difficulties that may affect their learning can approach the student support officer for advice and counsel.
  • Access to student resource facility in AATT library
  • Support with registered building practitioner application

All student-related policies are available at the office or on its website.