Courses We Offer


CPC30620 Certificate III in Painting and Decorating. Available in New South Wales and Queensland


CPC31220 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining. Offered in Queensland only.


CPC31320 Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling. Offered in Queensland and New South Wales only.


CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building & Construction. Offered in Queensland only.


MSF30422 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing. Offered in Queensland only.


MSF30322 – Certificate III in Cabinet Making and Timber Technology. Offered in Queensland only.


MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering. Offered in New South Wales and Queensland.


MEM30219 Certificate III in Engineering Mechanical Trade. The following 2 streams are offered in Queensland and New South Wales.

  • Fitting
  • Fitting / Machining
  • Machining (RPL only)

MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade. Offered in Queensland and New South Wales

  • Boilermaking
  • Boilermaking / welding
  • Welding
  • Sheet metal working

MSF31419 Certificate III in Engineering – Fixed & Mobile Plant Mechanic. Offered in Queensland only.


MEM40119 Certificate IV in Engineering. Offered in Queensland and New South Wale. 

How RPL is assessed

With our simple six-step process, you’ll have your formal qualification in a short period of time.

Step 1: Enquiry

Speak to one of our friendly team members and provide to get started on your consultation.

Step 2: Pre-enrolment

In this step, we ensure you are eligible for an RPL by asking you the necessary questions and giving you login details for our online platform. Collect and organise your experience for your assessor with a combination of workplace documents, interviews, videos and reports from previous employers. 

The assessor will then make contact to discuss your application, explain the process and let you know what further evidence is required including workplace documents, references and videos

Step 3: Enrolment

In this step you complete an online knowledge test, provide any additional video evidence and complete an interview with the Assessor on the technical aspects of your qualification

Step 4: Gap Training

After an assessment, your assessor may decide you need further training to address the gaps in your knowledge or practical skills and will advise you how to proceed.

Step 5: Assessment Outcome

The assessor creates a report with a recommendation based on the evidence you have provided, outcome of written test and interviews. This is submitted to the Compliance department for approval.

Step 6: Final Approval

You are issued your nationally recognised qualification and provided with the necessary documents.

RPL Enquiry Form

  • The qualifications we offer can only be undertaken through by an employed Apprentice or through the formal trade recognition assessment process (RPL) for those that have been in the industry for a minimum of 4 years