When a student joins a course in Construction and Building in Australia, the study the following core subjects:
At the completion of such courses students may obtain the following qualifications:
The entry requirements vary according to the qualifications the student wishes to obtain. They are as follows:
The English entry requirement across all three paths is the same, and as follows:
Students may already have learned subjects and obtained qualifications from previous education or work experience and are eligible for credit transfer. This avoids wasteful repetition in the educational history of the student and helps to:
The duration of a course in Construction and Building is flexible. Based on the study period, different certificates are awarded to the student. Students are free to pause studies after obtaining a certificate for work or continue studying. The time spent on previous certification credits towards the next one.
At the end of such a course, the student may begin to work as a surveyor and eventually graduate to a registered builder. The other roles that one would play in this career are:
The average salaries are dependent on experience as follows:
Graduates of Construction and Building are eligible for Temporary Graduate Visa. This enables them to continue studying, working and staying temporarily. At course completion, based on specialization, they are allowed to stay for 2 years. Gaining relevant local work experience counters towards Permanent Residency applications.
Jobs are posted in Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) and Skilled Occupations List (SOL). Few examples of job postings are Project Builder, Bricklayer, Construction Project Manager, Surveyor, Welder (First Class).
At Bajwa Immigration, a certified person carries out the regular procedures related to different visa types that may be needed for Permanent Residency or procuring Work Sponsorship.