As a key occupation, plumbing is one of the top three occupations in the construction industry with both general and specialised plumbers in demand.
Plumbers perform a full range of plumbing services from skills in installing pipe work, testing and maintaining pipes, fixtures, gas regulators, installing pumps, gas appliances, water tanks, water heaters and water heating systems.
Plumbers with different specialisations are areas of particularly high demand.
The Certificate II in Plumbing is a pre-entry course suitable for people seeking to gain an apprenticeship in the Plumbing sector.
The Certificate II in Drainage covers many aspects of plumbing and is a perfect starting point for any learners wishing to enter the industry.
The Certificate III in Roof Plumbing course provides you with the skills to install and maintain metal, fibreglass and associated new material onto roofing structures.
This Certificate III in Plumbing is a trade level course and will provide a solid foundation through comprehensive training for all plumbing and gasfitting apprentices.
The Minimum Australian Context Gap (MACG) Plumber training program is designed for overseas migrants that have worked in the industry as a domestic Plumber in their country of origin, and have completed a skills assessment where they have been provided an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR).