Job Outcomes

Certificate III

  • Carpenter

  • Carpentry and Joinery

Certificate IV

  • Building Contractor

  • Self Employed Contractor

Further Study

  • Builder

  • Construction Manager


  • Applying workplace, health and safety requirements, policies and producers

  • General demolition of building structures

  • Carry our measurements and calculations

  • Read and interpret plans and specifications

  • Erecting buildings, framework, roofs and floors, kitchens, bathrooms, eaves, doors and window frames, stairs and more

The role of a Carpenter, with the exception of plumbing and electrical, can include every aspect of construction from demolition to the finished product. Carpenters can learn multiple trades including; tiling, roofing, gyprocking, painting, bricklaying, landscaping and more.
A Certificate III in Carpentry is a 4 year on the job apprenticeship that includes regular off-site training days at a Registered Training Organisation.

Don’t miss the chance to

Join a booming industry with a large variety of opportunities


Gain hands on, real work experience while you earn


Obtain builders licence and have your own business upon completion with further study

James, Carpentry Apprentice

Carpentry trainee

Why choose Australian Training Company (ATC)?

Australian Training Company is an accredited Group Training Organisation. ATC has been offering traineeships and apprenticeships since 1994 and has commenced more than 15,000 trainees and apprentices, in NSW, QLD and ACT.

An appointed Account Manager will provide support and assistance throughout your traineeship
Work in a safe, challenging and rewarding environment
Off the job training organised and monitored by your Account Manager

ATC is responsible for your wages, superannuation, workers compensation and all legal obligations associated with the employment relationship
Additional support services coordinated, if required

Are you looking for an Apprenticeship in Carpentry?

Search our current job vacancies here.