Dual Certificate III & IV in Demolition
For Builder Registration – Demolition Class Applicants in Victoria.
This CPC30420 & CPC41020 program has been designed to demonstrate your technical knowledge requirements for registration as a demolition licence holder in Victoria (Melbourne & All Regions).
To meet the Victorian Building Authority’s technical knowledge requirements applicants must be able to demonstrate a comprehensive list of competencies (listed below). Holders of CPC30420 Certificate III in Demolition & CPC41020 Certificate IV in Demolition will satisfy the technical knowledge requirements for registration.
Who is this program for?
This program is designed for experienced demolition workers with more than 3 years experience that are seeking Builder Registration as a Demolisher in Victoria. You should be currently employed with and have access to workplace documents which include your name as the Leading Hand, Site Supervisor or similar.
What are the three classes of registration I can use these qualifications for?
Builder – Demolisher (Low rise)
People registered in the class of Demolition (Low rise) are responsible for managing, arranging and carrying out:
the complete or part dismantling of buildings and other structures (other than special buildings) up to two storeys in height
the demolition and stripping of internal fittings, fixtures, services and non‐load bearing elements of unoccupied buildings up to two storeys in height
Builder – Demolisher (Medium rise)
People registered in the class of Demolition (Medium rise) are responsible for managing, arranging and carrying out:
- the complete or part dismantling of buildings and other structures (other than special buildings) up to five storeys in height
- the demolition and stripping of internal fittings, fixtures, services and non‐load bearing elements of unoccupied buildings up to five storeys in height.
Builder – Demolisher (Medium rise)
People registered in the class of Demolisher (Unlimited) are responsible for managing, arranging and carrying out of:
- the complete or part dismantling of all buildings and structures, including special buildings
- the demolition and stripping of internal fittings, fixtures, services and non-load bearing elements of all buildings and structures, including special buildings.
To do any of the above works, the Demolisher must ensure appropriate demolition permits are in place.
Special structures are classified as
- buildings of composite, precast or tilt-up panel construction; or
- buildings incorporating pre-tensioned / precast concrete elements; or
- post-tensioned (stressed) skin structures, chimneys, towers, masts or similar structures.
Restricted demolition licence (DE2)
Who is this program designed for?
This program is designed for experienced demolition workers with more than 3 years experience. You should be currently employed with and have access to workplace documents which include your name as the Leading Hand, Site Supervisor or similar.
Most applicants into this program are seeking to obtain their own Registration as a Demolisher with the VBA or wish to be added as a Demolition Supervisor under another parties licence. To meet these requirements you must have evidence of experience for at least 5 demolition jobs. Which you can hear more about in the video or by reading this page.
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How long will it take to complete?
Successful applicants complete this program in between 2 – 12 months.
TImelines are dependent on the success of RPL Applications and Training & Assessment Plans for your individual circumstance.
Units of Competency
To enter this program you must also hold a 12th Unit of Competency which is also included in the list below.
These units are:
CPCCWHS2001 Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
CPCCDE3016 Identify hazards on demolition sites and apply risk management strategies
CPCCDE3018 Select and use small plant and equipment for demolition tasks
CPCCDE3019 Demolish small buildings and structure using hand tools and small plant equipment
CPCCDE3020 Select and use tools and equipment for hot work in the demolition industry
CPCCDE3022 Manage demolition recyclable and waste materials using load shifting equipment
CPCCBC4002 Manage occupational health and safety in the building and construction workplace
CPCCBC4012 Read and interpret plans and specifications
CPCCDE4001 Plan and prepare for activities on demolition sites
CPCCDE4002 Plan and supervise demolition work to minimise environmental and public health and safety impact
CPCCDE4003 Supervise individual activities on demolition sites
CPCCDE4004 Finalise demolition activities and supervise property handover
Please note that Effective 1 January 2019, SafeWork NSW no longer accept any the existing NAT Training qualifications as meeting the requirements of approved training.
Program Delivery Options
There are two pathways to attain this qualification:
- Recognition of Prior Learning / Recognition of Current Competence.
- Online Support with Workplace Practical Assignments.
To attain pricing for this qualification please download our information pack now.
What will I receive after I successfully complete the program?
Upon being found Competent of all Assessment Tasks PM2 PTY LTD T/A PM SQUARED RTO 41304 will issue your Statement of Attainment outlining each Unit of Competency you have been found Competent.
What knowledge do you need to demonstrate if you do not hold the Certificate III or IV in Demolition?
A registered Demolisher must have capacity to carry out, manage or arrange the following activities in a competent manner and to a professional standard:
- preparing quotes to undertake demolition work
- consulting with endorsed building engineers on proposed demolition works, processes or temporary works
- developing site‐specific demolition work plans
- applying for demolition permits
- establishing and administering contracts for the provision of demolition services
- identifying site and work-related hazards, and developing risk management strategies (including identification of hazardous materials)
- developing a site‐specific Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) for Demolition and other activities deemed High Risk Work Activities
- arranging fall protection equipment
- establishing and managing an asbestos risk register (for commercial buildings and structures)
- identifying (in consultation with endorsed building engineers) suspended elements that may require propping or temporary works
- undertaking manual demolition, including the dismantling or demolishing and removing of materials and component parts of a building or structure
- removing fixtures and fittings, roofs, trusses, ceilings, external and internal walls, floors and floor support systems of small buildings and structures, and sorting materials for reuse and recycling
- arranging waste transportation, disposal and transfer to landfill or recycling depots, as appropriate to the site and client requirements
- undertaking the demolition and stripping of internal fittings and non‐load bearing elements of buildings up to five storeys.
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We help you prepare to get your licence or to be added to your employers.
Our program process is designed to help you take your career to the next level, which means getting your demolition licence or achieving endorsed supervisor status in Victoria.
With free licence application advice and an Application Assistance Service available to all students you can feel confident knowing your efforts today are bringing you closer to your goals of tomorrow.