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Customised Training

At ATEC we can customise courses to suit your business or industry needs. If you are looking for something that is outside the box please get in touch today. We can customise group bookings to suit your needs. We also offer HLTWHS005- Conduct manual tasks safely. Below are other customised courses we can facilitate.

Building with Light Gauge Steel

Carpenter Professional Development Program

Expressions of interest are being sourced for these sessions.

A practical course of professional development for upskilling carpenters in building with light gauge steel for Class 1a and 10 building applications supported by BlueScope , NASH National Association of Steel Frame Housing and CITB

The course involves participants in the build of a non-cyclonic, light gauge steel structure consisting of wall frames and roof truss.

  • Erect Walls – Non-Cyclonic
  • Bottom Plate Pre-Cut Removal for Door Openings
  • Modify Window Opening
  • Make a Noggin
  • Prepare for Roof Truss
  • Attach Roof Truss
  • Hole Punching
  • Apply Thermal Membrane and Sarking
  • Remove a Stripped Screw
  • Remove and Replace a Stud

There is an online component allowing access 24/7 for the theory component prior to attending a four hour practical session.

Course can be run late afternoon or on Saturdays depending on demand.

Cost for this program is $475 or $245 with a current CITB number.

Working Safely at Heights course

Pre-requisite CPCCWHS2001 for CPCCCM2012 Work safely at heights

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be able to provide evidence of the ability to:

  • locate, interpret and apply relevant information, standards and specifications
  • comply with site safety plan, OHS regulations and state and territory legislation applicable to workplace operations
  • safely and effectively use tools, plant and equipment
  • communicate and work effectively and safely with others
  • select and use appropriate height access and fall protection equipment and work methods, including inspecting fall protection equipment, scaffold and fall barriers for faults

Apply knowledge of industry products to identify:

  • manual handling risks
  • types of lifting and support structures approved for use
  • modify work activities to cater for variations in work site procedures, contexts and environment and use appropriate behaviour for safe work at heights
  • use safe handling requirements, based on information provided, for equipment, products and materials

Cost for this program is $260 or $130 with a current CITB number.

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We offer qualifications and courses across mechanical, fabrication, engineering production, general construction, electrical and community services areas.

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