Welcome to Construction!
For the practical-minded and active person who doesn’t sit still too long, Construction provides an outlet to be physical and productive.
This course, delivered onsite at Newman Senior Technical College, aims to provide students with the foundation knowledge and elementary skills necessary to carry out general construction tasks and processes, in a safe and efficient manner.
Construction workers erect, install, finish and repair wooden and metal structures and fixtures on residential and commercial buildings. They may also work on large concrete, steel and timber structures such as bridges, dams, power stations and civil engineering projects.
Meet one of our Construction Teachers, Mr Peter Chapman.
Meet Keagan Wadwell and hear his story in Construction.
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Where are they Now?
NEWMAN 2013 GRADUATE
After graduating and completing his Carpentry Apprenticship with Better Homes, Daniel has now gone on to start his own business DM Buildwell and is currently working in and around Port Macquarie.
You will need a high visibility shirt, black steel capped boots and eye and ear personal protective equipment.
Carpentry, Levelling, Concreting, Bricklaying and Plastering.
It is a Certificate II in Construction Pathways.
Yes. Construction is the only subject that offers two different Specialisation courses in Year 12. Which means eight lessons a week instead of four.
It means that numerous units of competency will be achieved towards an Apprenticeship, while completing a HSC at Newman.
Why Choose Construction?
I made that!
Wouldn’t it be good to know that one day you could be the one that builds something pretty awesome?
Changing worksites, different projects and designs, various trades and new clients – Certificate II Construction is a VET course with a lot of variety.
Productive & Physical
For the practical-minded and active person who doesn’t sit still too long, construction provides an outlet to be physical and productive.
Whether it’s creating or repairing, building skills have a constructive impact on people’s lives in all parts of the world. Whether it is a career path or skills for life, building is where it’s at.