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The Certificate III in Joinery requires students to have a completed the equivalent of Australian Year 10
As per Job OutLook, the industry for joiners is predicted to have moderate future growth
As per Job Outlook, 88% of joiners are employed full time
Yes, you can become a qualified joiner in Australia with a Certificate III in Joinery
The two are very similar, but there is a difference between the two. Carpenters are generally responsible for building the structure of a building, whilst a joiner would be responsible for much of the interior and finishing work.
Joinery is currently on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) in Australia
As per Job OutLook, joiners work an average of 44 hours per week.
Joiners use a range of tools, including the following: Hammer Tape Measure Chalk Line Joiners Pencil Utility Knife Tin Snips Nail Puller Speed Square Framing Square Levels Wood Chisel (1 inch) Circular Saw Drill (3/8" to 1/2" chuck) Reciprocating Saw Extension Cords...
These qualifications are part of the Australian Qualification Framework. Most countries, specifically European or North American countries, accept qualifications issued by Australia. So yes, generally speaking, the qualifications will be accepted and allow you to work...
The Certificate III in Joinery is generally 15-20 hours per week, spread over 2-3 days. Timetables vary depending on education institute.
It takes 12-24 months to complete the Certificate III in Joinery. Duration may vary depending on education institute
Certificate III in Joinery courses costs approx. $15,000 per year. Prices may vary depending on education institute
To be a qualified joiner in Australia you need to have successfully completed a Certificate III in Joinery
As per Job Outlook, a qualified joiner earns $1,358 a week, on average
International students can’t do a joinery apprenticeship in Australia. Instead, they can study a 24-month vocational course to become a qualified joiner. Click here to read more about apprenticeships and vocational courses for international students
You can study to be a joiner in Melbourne, Victoria in Australia
Joiners cut, shape and fit timber parts in workshops to form structures and fittings, ready for installation. A joiner also does the following in a normal day: Assembles prepared wood and aluminium to form structures and fits ready to install. Cuts wood joints....