Back to Basics deliver the CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Contract Administrator) through our unique Distance Learning training system.
To achieve the CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Contract Administrator) qualification, you will demonstrate competency in 15 Units of Competency (2 Core Units and 13 Elective Units) that have been preselected by Back to Basics Business Training in accordance with current competency requirements and the construction industry needs.
This is the course for you if you want to become a Contracts Administrator!
By completing our Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Estimator Stream) course you will learn:
▪ Australian Law & Business Obligations
▪ Legislation, Regulations, Codes & Standards
▪ Interpreting Drawings & Specifications
▪ Client Nees and Protections
▪ Building Approvals
▪ Procurement & Resource Management
▪ Dispute Resolution
▪ Breach, Suspension & Termination of a Contract
▪ Contract Risk Management
▪ Contract Administration
▪ Finalising the Project Contract
Back to Basics has chosen to deliver a selection of Units of Competency from the list below to provide the most comprehensive and easy to follow CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Contract Administration) qualification.
Our Course is prepared by clustering the Units into 1 easy to follow custom-developed Module.
Units Of Competency
The Units of Competency that are covered as part of the Back to Basics Business Training CPC40320 CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support (Contract Administration) are as follows:
Read and interpret plans and specifications
Prepare simple building sketches and drawings
MANDATORY ELECTIVES – GROUP A
Select prepare and administer a construction contract
Select procure and store construction materials for building and construction projects
Arrange building applications and approvals
Process client requirements
MANDATORY ELECTIVES – GROUP B
Apply project risk management techniques
Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 buildings
Produce labour and material schedules for ordering
Prepare and evaluate tender documentation
Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9,
Type C Buildings
General Elective Units
Plan building or construction work
Arrange resources and prepare for the building or construction project
Resolve business disputes
Apply construction law to the sales process