Practitioners 1

Document your Work History

You’ll need a form 5 (provided) signed for each period claimed making at least 7 years.

An apprenticeship covers half of this.

It’s not like a resume where you’re putting your best foot forward, it is merely a record of your work history.

They don’t need to know how good you are at your job just a record of the time spent on site doing it.

It’s a straightforward process if you keep at it and don’t put it to the back burner

Once there it’s forgotten

We’ll assist along the way.

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Completed Form (form 5 for set 1)

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White Card certificate of attainment and not just a photocopy of the card.

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Police Clearance no more than 3 months old. If you have any old traffic convictions have them spent so they don't appear.

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Provide a history of your work in a Who, What, Where, When and How format. If unsure ATC2 will assist.

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Your Diploma listing the units obtained sometimes on another page.

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Watch your job description e.g. Site Management is not considered under set 1 pathway. It is accepted for Architects and Engineers yet I have never known such a profession to be a site manager.

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Quantity Surveyors yes but their qualification is not accepted.

Practitioners 2
Practitioners 3

The Building Commission do not consider Site Management as suitable building experience under Set 1 so it is deducted from months claimed. The staff handling the application process have no experience of the Building Industry so you have to assist them all you can.

Practitioners 4

It’s never too early to start the history of your work experience. It’s also a good time to start adding to your job pictures as they’ll come in handy for marketing later on. They say a picture paints a thousand words so imagine the effect a video will have on your future clients. Let your actions speak louder than your words.

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Practitioners 5

Perth

Karratha