Study Carpentry Certificate III at Holmesglen Institute

  • Carpentry students from Holmesglen. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute.

    Carpentry students from Holmesglen. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute.

  • Learn carpentry at Holmesglen. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute.

    Learn carpentry at Holmesglen. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute.

  • Learn all the skills you need to work as a professional carpenter. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute

    Learn all the skills you need to work as a professional carpenter. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute

  • The Certificate III in Carpentry is a great start for a career in the building industry. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute

    The Certificate III in Carpentry is a great start for a career in the building industry. Photo credit: Holmesglen Institute

Buildings are everywhere. Every building, whether it’s a house, shopping centre or a park shed, needs a skilled carpenter to help construct it and make sure it stands the test of time.

The building industry is constantly growing, so to meet the needs of this rapidly expanding sector, there is constant demand for qualified carpenters with real skills and experience.

Holmesglen is the most comprehensive provider of carpentry and building courses in Victoria. International students can launch their career into carpentry and construction starting with Holmesglen’s Certificate III in Carpentry at our Chadstone campus.

From Holmesglen’s state-of-the-art carpentry training facilities to our experienced teachers and industry connections, we’ll give you the hands on skills and technical expertise valued in this growing and dynamic sector.

Many of Holmesglen’s students also get the chance to experience real on-site work through projects with Parks Victoria, industry groups and various local communities.

In a most recent stage of the project, Holmesglen carpentry pre-apprenticeship students worked with Parks Victoria staff and the Department of Justice’s Community Correctional Services Southern Community Work Team to build a brand new bike shelter that was unveiled last month.

The Lysterfield Park bike track is used by 145,000 mountain bike riders every year and the new shelter will provide protection from the elements, information for visitors and an area for parents to supervise their kids.

The project provided a great opportunity for Holmesglen carpentry students to gain real on-site experience while helping and connecting with the local community.

Students in the Certificate III in Carpentry will cover various key areas including:

  • Carry out general demolition of minor building structures
  • Install flooring systems
  • Construct wall frames
  • Construct ceiling frames
  • Construct eaves
  • Construct advanced roofs
  • Frame and fit wet area fixtures
  • Install lining, panelling and moulding
  • Construct timber external stairs
  • Work effectively and sustainability in the construction industry
  • Work safely at heights
  • Read and interpret plans and specifications

Students who study at Holmesglen also have the opportunity to pursue higher education options with education pathways leading to either the Bachelor of Building Surveying or the Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics.

Contact Study Options for further information about Certificate III in Carpentry and other education pathways available at Holmesglen.

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