Have a Rewarding Career in Flooring Technology
The flooring industry has been an unexplored option for many individuals seeking a trade qualification. Flooring technicians are in high-demand and the volume of work available has the potential to offer a long and rewarding career for those with the right attitude and skillset.
Flooring Technicians benefit further as they operate indoors, and are not effected by weather conditions, as are many other trades. This means more consistent hours of operation and income for those entering this industry. Flooring is often the final trade to work onsite. This is highly-rewarding as you are able to see the incredible impact that flooring design and finish can give to a project.
The ‘Become a Flooring Tech’ apprenticeship program represents a new approach to training Flooring Technology students. Holmesglen Institute of TAFE has designed this Apprenticeship initiative through a highly practical, mentor supported program, which is hosted at the Holmesglen, Chadstone campus.
- highly trained mentors support your development as an apprentice
- learn on-site with your employer as you develop your practical skill-set with minimal time in the classroom used to address areas that cannot be trained on-site
- study on campus in off-peak periods (Feb, July, August), and work with your employers on-site, during the busier periods
- purpose-designed work sites and environments at Holmesglen replicate practical real world experience, for fast-tracked skill development
- the first 12 months of the Apprenticeship will be focussed on practical skills and workplace communication and safety to ensure you are work-ready.
- complete 66% percent of the apprenticeship units in the first 12 months (based on your level of competency)
- choose from the various disciplines of Flooring Technology including; Carpet, Timber, Vinyl, or a combination General Stream
- a fully funded program, no out of pocket costs
- ability to transfer units and develop further into more senior levels of study
- receive ongoing payment while studying your apprenticeship based on industry award rates. To find out more about award rates, visit this link
- high-paid employment and pathway opportunities post study
MSF30813 Certificate III in Flooring Technology
Your Apprenticeship in Flooring Technology includes 11 Core units including:
- Work Safely
- Communicate in the Workplace
- Work in a Team
- Using Flooring Technology Sector Hand and Power Tools
- Receive and prepare floor covering materials for installation
- Plan and cost flooring technology work
- Establish and maintain a safe flooring technology work environment
- Make measurements and calculations
- Read and interpret work documents
- Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances.
Once the core units are completed apprentices will complete 14 stream specific units based on your discipline/s (Carpet, Timber, Vinyl or Combined). The majority of your units will be assessed via practical demonstration, on-site, via brief visual assessments from qualified assessors.
To register your interest please call Nathan Quinn on 0497-008-196