Wall & Ceiling Lining License
If you have a wide range of experience as a Wall & Ceiling Liner and want to get licensed, your licensing body may require you to complete a nationally recognised VET qualification through a registered training organisation. For many experienced tradies with on the job experience, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can be a faster option to achieve a nationally recognised qualification without the need of leaving your work. RPL focuses on assessing workplace evidence collected and skills demonstrated to achieve a certificate in Wall & Ceiling Lining so you can apply for Wall & Ceiling Lining license.
Get your RPL Qualification in 4 Easy Steps!
You need to have current and valid industry experience in order to qualify for an RPL program. It’s important to complete an initial skills assessment to determine whether an RPL program is right for you. As a rule of thumb depending on the type of work you hav completed, if you have more than 2 years experience in your field, then you are likely to be eligible.
Upon the successful completion of an RPL program through a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), the RTO will award you with a nationally recognised qualification as a Wall & Ceiling Liner.
RPL & Skills Recognition
Turn your experience or overseas qualification into a nationally recognised qualification. Fill in any knowledge gaps with our easy & fast RPL Process. Once your skills are certified by a Qualify Me! partner provider, your career will fly.
SCOPE OF WORK
Wall and Ceiling Lining work also known as Dry Plastering involves installation of fibrous plaster sheeting/boards or fibrous cement sheeting/boards, cornice, false and suspended ceilings (not including completed work that provides structural support). It does not include any external cladding works which is considered to be aligned with the carpentry and joinery trade
CPC31211 Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining
Accessed 12/7/16 from: NSW Fair Trading wall and ceiling lining contractor’s licence
Can I Apply?
The RPL and trade skills recognition programs are available to tradesmen with local experience or have completed partial studies in Australia. In some cases these programs can also help migrants fast-track their qualifications providing they have relevant experience, qualifications and well aware of the Australian standards and requirements.