Companion Volume Implementation Guide for the Property Services (CPP) Training Package Version 11

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Table of Contents

The property services sector, training packages and the role of Artibus Innovation

Training Package Information

Industry Information

Implementation and Legal Information

New Content


The property services sector, training packages and the role of Artibus Innovation

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About Artibus Innovation

The Property Industry Reference Committee (IRC) represents the workforce training and skills development needs of the property services industries.

Artibus Innovation is the Skills Service Organisation supporting the IRCs of the property services industries in Australia. It develops, manages, and distributes nationally recognised Training Packages and associated training and assessment materials.

Refer www.artibus.com.au for more information.

About the property services sectors

The property services industries are comprised of diverse profitable sectors that play a key role in the Australian economy. Australia’s property real estate sector alone is forecast to grow annually at a rate of 2.5% and reach $49.9 billion in revenue by 2021–22.

The CPP Property Services Training Package provides the only nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) qualifications for occupations involved in:

  • access consulting
  • building design
  • cleaning
  • facility management
  • fire protection inspection and testing
  • home energy efficiency and sustainability
  • pest management
  • property development
  • property sales and management
  • real estate
  • security, public order and safety
  • strata management
  • surveying and spatial information services
  • swimming pool and spa service.
  • waste management.

Purpose of this Guide

This Guide supports the CPP Property Services Training Package. It has been developed to assist trainers, assessors, registered training organisations (RTOs) and others by providing information about the structure and contents of the training package, as well as other guidance material.


About training packages

A training package is an integrated set of nationally endorsed competency standards, assessment requirements and Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications for a specific industry, industry sector or enterprise.

Each training package:

  • provides a consistent and reliable set of components for training and for recognising and assessing learners’ skills, and may also have optional support materials
  • enables nationally recognised qualifications to be awarded through direct assessment of workplace competencies
  • encourages the development and delivery of flexible training that suits learner and industry requirements
  • strongly encourages learning and assessment in a work-related environment, which leads to verifiable workplace outcomes.

Training packages specify the skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in the workplace. They do not prescribe how an individual should be trained. Trainers and supervisors develop learning strategies - the ‘how’ - depending on learner needs, abilities and circumstances.

The Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy ensures that qualifications, units of competency and assessment requirements are developed to an agreed quality standard and are responsive to industry’s existing and future demand for new skills.

The following key principles underpin the process:

  • open and inclusive industry-driven improvement, validation and endorsement of training packages
  • strong and clear key stakeholder roles with critical points of intervention and consultation
  • high levels of responsiveness in order to meet industry needs and priorities for new skills.

More information about training packages may be found at: https://www.education.gov.au/training-packages.

Training Package Information

Version control and modification history

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Release Release date Comments
11.0 TBA

Building Design

Revision of three qualifications:

  • CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting
  • CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design
  • CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

Development of one new qualification:

  • CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design

Deletion of one qualificaiton:

  • CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design

Development of nine units of competency

Revision of 24 units of competency

Deletion of eight units of competency

10.0 14 February, 2020

Waste Management

Revision of two qualifications:

  • CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management
  • CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management

Deletion of two qualifications:

  • CPP20411 Certificate II in Waste Management
  • CPP50811 Diploma of Waste Management

Revision of 21 units of competency

Deletion of 19 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 10.0

9.0 30 September, 2019

Home Sustainability

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes its version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

Deletion of 1 qualification:

  • CPP51012 Diploma of Residential Building Energy Assessment

Revision of 12 units of competency

Deletion of 13 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Security Project

Revision of 5 qualifications which supersede their versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security
  • CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security
  • CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services
  • CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management
  • CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis
  • 63 units of competency
    • 56 updated units
    • 51 equivalent units
    • 5 non-equivalent
    • 7 new units
  • 2 new skill sets

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes its version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

  • CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Revision of 14 units of competency

Deletion of 3 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Urban Pest Management

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes and is equivalent to its versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package

CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

1 new qualification

CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management

  • 14 units of competency
  • 2 new unit
  • 8 equivalent units
  • 4 non-equivalent units

Skill Sets

CPP units updated to latest releases:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

8.0 21 March, 2019

Real Estate

Revision of 8 Real Estate Qualifications, which supersede their versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations).

CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations).

CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management) supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking).

Real Estate Units

  • 44 units of competency were updated to align with the Standards for Training Packages.
  • 27 new units of competency were developed to meet industry needs.

Real Estate Skill Sets

  • 12 new skill sets were developed to meet industry skills expectations.
  • 11 skill sets were developed to align with licensing outcomes.

Minor releases:

Unit: CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces

Update in the Knowledge Evidence, replaced the word ‘distilling’ with ‘diluting’.

Imported units updated to latest releases.

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 8.0

7.1 8 February, 2019

Security Operations

Updated release of CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations, which now supersedes and is non- equivalent to CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations.

Updated release of:

  • CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures.
  • CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation
  • CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures.
  • CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes, minor change to the Knowledge Evidence.

Minor change to the Knowledge Evidence to CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate, maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes.

7.0 21 January, 2019

Security Operations

Revision of 2 qualifications, which are not equivalent to their superseded versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations
  • CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations.

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations.

Updated 39 units of competency.

Development of 6 new units of competency.

Development of 6 new skill sets.

6.0 15 November, 2018

Revision of 1 qualification, which is equivalent to its superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service.

Revision of 15 equivalent units of competency.

5.0 June 2017

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning.

Development of 14 new units of competency.

4.2 Jan 2017

Revision of 5 qualifications, which are equivalent to their superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
  • CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
  • CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services.

Minor release to update current qualifications where a new non-native equivalent elective unit has superseded imported non-native units.

4.1 Dec 2016 Updated training package with new imported unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry replacing superseded CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry.
4.0 May 2016

Development of 3 new qualifications:

  • CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
  • CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management.

Redevelopment of 10 new strata community management units.

Revision 39 equivalent strata community management units.

4.0  

Revision of 2 equivalent cleaning qualifications:

  • CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations
  • CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

Development of 4 new cleaning units of competency.

Revision of 34 cleaning units:

  • 27 cleaning units equivalent to their superseded versions
  • revision of 7 common units of competency.

Revision of three cleaning skill sets equivalent to their superseded versions:

  • CPPSS00052 Develop and implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
  • CPPSS00053 Implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
  • CPPSS00055 Perform environmentally sustainable cleaning operations.

Development of 5 new cleaning skill sets:

  • CPPSS00048 Clean and restore hard floors
  • CPPSS00049 Clean carpets
  • CPPSS00051 Clean residential work sites
  • CPPSS00054 Induct cleaning staff
  • CPPSS00050 Clean hospitals and aged care facilities.
3.0 May 2016

Revision of 7 qualifications, which are equivalent to their superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying
  • CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
  • CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
  • CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services
  • CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying

Revision of 54 SSIS units of competency equivalent to their superseded versions.

Revision of 8 SSIS non-equivalent units of competency.

Development of 2 new SSIS units of competency:

  • CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data
  • CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps.

Revision of 3 common units, 2 of which are equivalent to their superseded versions:

  • CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
  • CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams.
  • And one (1) that is not equivalent to its superseded version:
  • CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service.
2.0 8 September 2015

Revision of 1 qualification, which is equivalent to its superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

  • CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

Revision of 15 units of competency, which are equivalent to the equivalent to their superseded versions in CPP07.

Revision of 3 skill sets equivalent to their superseded versions in CPP07:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests.
1.0 4 March, 2015

Primary release.

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting

Development of 13 new units of competency.


Summary of the CPP Property Services Training Package

The CPP Property Services Training Package comprises:

  • 36 qualifications
  • 462 units of competency and associated assessment requirements - TBC
  • 31 skill sets

Training package code and title

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Each training package has a unique three letter national code that reflects the industry sector. For the CPP Property Services Training Package, the letter CPP stand for:

  • CP = ‘construction and plumbing’ industries
  • P = ‘property services’ industries.

 

Qualification codes

As represented in the figure below, each qualification has a unique eight-character code the:

  • first three characters identify the training package
  • first number identifies the qualification level
  • next two numbers identify the position of the qualification in the sequence of qualifications at that level
  • last two numbers identify the year in which the qualification was endorsed.

CPP qualification code

Unit of Competency codes

Units of competency are nationally agreed statements about the skills and knowledge required for effective performance in the workplace. They identify outcomes as defined by regulatory requirements and agreed by industry. As such, they identify the skills and knowledge (as outcomes) that contribute to the whole job function - they do not describe how to perform a particular role.

As represented in the figure below, in the CPP Property Services Training Package, each unit of competency has a unique ten-character code where the:

  • first three letters identify the training package
  • next three letters identify the industry sector
  • final four numbers identify the position of the unit in the sequence of units in the sector.

CPP unit code


List of Qualifications and Units of Competency

List of Qualifications

Qualifications comprise units of competency that, packaged together, support an industry-agreed job role.

Qualifications typically comprise several mandatory core units that are required across the entire industry and a number of elective units that can be chosen to suit the industry sector and regulatory, enterprise, professional or individual requirements.

The AQF provides a comprehensive, nationally consistent framework for all qualifications in post-compulsory education and training in Australia.

In the VET sector, the AQF assists national consistency for all trainees, learners, employers and providers by enabling national recognition of qualifications and statements of attainment.

For a full explanation of the AQF, refer to the AQF Second Edition (January 2013), which may be found at www.aqf.edu.au.

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Qualification Code Qualification Title
CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations
CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security
CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management
CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations
CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management
CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations
CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice
CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis
CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services
CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management
CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)
CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design
CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying
CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design
CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

List of Units of Competency

A unit of competency is a specification of industry skills and knowledge and the application of those skills and knowledge to the standard of performance required in the workplace.

Every unit of competency has associated assessment requirements that describe the evidence and required conditions for assessment.

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Unit Code Unit Title
CPPBDN4101 Work effectively in a building design environment
CPPBDN4102 Analyse building design drawings
CPPBDN4103 Use CAD software to produce drawings for building design projects
CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirements to Class 1 and 10 building design documentation
CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings
CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings
CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for Class 1 and 10 buildings
CPPBDN4108 Draw layout of required services for Class 1 and 10 buildings
CPPBDN4109 Research architectural styles and movements
CPPBDN4010 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects
CPPBDN5101 Produce digital 3-D models of building designs
CPPBDN5102 Produce compliant designs for Class 1 and 10 buildings
CPPBDN5103 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys
CPPBDN5104 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys
CPPBDN5105 Evaluate construction materials and methods for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys
CPPBDN5106 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys
CPPBDN5107 Manage contracts for small-scale building design projects
CPPBDN5108 Design timber framed buildings
CPPBDN5109 Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects
CPPBDN5110 Inspect and assess sites to inform the design process
CPPBDN5111 Produce rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building designs
CPPBDN6101 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys
CPPBDN6102 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys
CPPBDN6103 Evaluate construction materials, methods and services for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys
CPPBDN6104 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 building designs up to three storeys
CPPBDN6105 Manage the tendering and contract administration process for a client
CPPBDN6106 Produce building information modelling for building design projects
CPPBDN8101 Advise on construction materials and methods for large and complex building design projects
CPPBDN8102 Advise on compliance requirements for large and complex building design projects
CPPBDN8103 Scope and initiate large and complex building design projects
CPPBDN8104 Manage the design of large and complex building design projects
CPPBDN8105 Lead the building design team
CPPBDN8106 Implement new building design technologies
CPPCCL2008 Clean carpeted floors
CPPCCL2009 Perform basic stain removal from carpets
CPPCLO2002 Clean hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO2005 Maintain glass surfaces
CPPCLO2011 Maintain ceiling surfaces and fittings
CPPCLO2014 Clean and arrange furniture and fittings
CPPCLO2016 Clean wet surfaces
CPPCLO2018 Sort, remove and recycle waste material
CPPCLO2032 Plan basic cleaning activities
CPPCLO2034 Maintain storage area and cleaning equipment
CPPCLO2036 Maintain external surfaces
CPPCLO2042 Clean surfaces using microfibre equipment
CPPCLO2045 Clean rooms for guests and residents
CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO3002 Restore hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO3003 Clean using safe work practices
CPPCLO3004 Maintain carpeted floors
CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work
CPPCLO3006 Clean carpets
CPPCLO3007 Remove carpet stains
CPPCLO3008 Mitigate carpet water damage
CPPCLO3009 Clean glass surfaces
CPPCLO3010 Apply odour control to carpets
CPPCLO3011 Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices
CPPCLO3012 Repair and reinstall carpets
CPPCLO3013 Clean window coverings
CPPCLO3014 Maintain clean-room environments
CPPCLO3015 Treat complex carpet stains
CPPCLO3016 Apply topical treatments to carpets
CPPCLO3017 Clean wet areas
CPPCLO3018 Clean and maintain furniture and fittings
CPPCLO3019 Remove waste and recyclable materials
CPPCLO3020 Pressure wash and clean surfaces
CPPCLO3021 Clean industrial machinery
CPPCLO3024 Clean fabric upholstery
CPPCLO3029 Inspect sites prior to carpet cleaning
CPPCLO3030 Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpets
CPPCLO3035 Maintain cleaning storage areas
CPPCLO3036 Clean at heights
CPPCLO3037 Clean external surfaces
CPPCLO3038 Clean food-handling areas
CPPCLO3040 Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings
CPPCLO3043 Clean using microfibre and chemical-free techniques
CPPCLO3044 Prepare rooms for guests and residents
CPPCLO3045 Clean high-touch surfaces
CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff
CPPCLO4002 Develop, implement and monitor new cleaning techniques
CPPCLO4003 Manage cleaning equipment maintenance and supply
CPPCLO4022 Schedule and monitor cleaning tasks
CPPCLO4024 Manage the supply of cleaning stores to the work site
CPPCLO4025 Provide quotation for cleaning services
CPPCMN2002 Participate in workplace safety arrangements
CPPCMN2004 Provide basic client services
CPPCMN3004 Respond to enquiries and complaints
CPPCMN3005 Complete client documentation
CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service
CPPCMN3007 Support leadership in the workplace
CPPCMN4001 Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability
CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams
CPPCMN4004 Develop and manage client relations
CPPCMN4007 Manage workplace safety arrangements
CPPCMN4008 Read plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings
CPPCMN4009 Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability
CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour
CPPCOM4002 Implement safe work practices in the property industry
CPPDSM3007 Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry
CPPDSM3017 Work in the strata community management sector
CPPDSM3020 Source and extract information from strata plans
CPPDSM3021 Collect and process information relevant to strata communities
CPPDSM4009 Interpret legislation to complete work in the property industry
CPPDSM4027 Analyse resource use in building operations
CPPDSM4028 Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry
CPPDSM4031 Arrange lease of space
CPPDSM4034 Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement
CPPDSM4040 Contribute to asset life cycle maintenance strategy
CPPDSM4045 Facilitate meetings in the property industry
CPPDSM4047 Implement and monitor procurement process
CPPDSM4048 Implement customer service strategies in the property industry
CPPDSM4055 Maintain asset management system
CPPDSM4056 Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry
CPPDSM4066 Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection
CPPDSM4071 Promote process improvement in the property industry
CPPDSM4072 Provide leadership in the property industry
CPPDSM4082 Monitor service requirements of owners and occupiers in strata communities
CPPDSM4083 Terminate strata community
CPPDSM4084 Administer insurance for strata communities
CPPDSM4085 Handle strata community funds held on trust
CPPDSM4086 Oversee preparation of strata community budgets
CPPDSM4087 Facilitate operation of owners committee
CPPDSM5007 Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities
CPPDSM5025 Maintain public relations in the property industry
CPPDSM5026 Manage a consultant property project team
CPPDSM5027 Provide facilities and amenities for property users
CPPDSM5029 Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry
CPPDSM5030 Manage projects in the property industry
CPPDSM5039 Meet legal requirements in managing strata communities
CPPDSM5040 Meet ethical and professional standards in managing strata communities
CPPDSM6007 Develop life cycle asset management plans
CPPHES4001 Research and assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings
CPPHES4002 Advise clients on thermal performance of residential buildings
CPPHES4003 Operate and maintain computer system to support thermal performance assessments
CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings
CPPHES4005 Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements
CPPHES4006 Assess household water use and efficiency improvements
CPPHES4007 Assess thermal performance of existing residential buildings
CPPHES4008 Assess household waste generation and waste management improvements
CPPHES4009 Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices
CPPHES5001 Conduct thermal performance assessment of complex residential buildings
CPPINV3026 Work effectively in investigative services
CPPINV3027 Develop investigation plans
CPPINV3028 Investigate and locate subjects
CPPINV3029 Provide quality investigative services to clients
CPPINV3030 Conduct factual investigations
CPPINV3031 Conduct interviews and take statements to support investigations
CPPINV3032 Develop factual investigation reports
CPPINV3033 Conduct covert surveillance operations
CPPINV3034 Organise and operate surveillance vehicles
CPPINV3035 Develop surveillance investigation reports
CPPINV4013 Undertake case management of investigations
CPPREP3001 Comply with ethical practice in real estate
CPPREP3002 Communicate effectively to support customer service in real estate
CPPREP3003 Access and process property information in real estate
CPPREP3101 Assist in listing and marketing properties for lease
CPPREP3102 Assist in listing and marketing properties for sale
CPPREP3103 Assist with the sale of properties
CPPREP3104 Assist with maintaining and protecting condition of managed properties
CPPREP3105 Assist with property inspection
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships
CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy
CPPREP4124 End tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts
CPPREP4141 Establish and maintain property management portfolio
CPPREP4142 Promote property management products and services
CPPREP4161 Undertake pre-auction processes
CPPREP4162 Conduct and complete sale by auction
CPPREP4163 Complete post-auction process and contract execution
CPPREP4171 Represent buyer in sales process
CPPREP4172 Develop and promote property industry knowledge - buyer's agent
CPPREP4173 Complete purchase of property as buyer’s agent
CPPREP4181 Manage onsite residential property
CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property
CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks
CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale
CPPREP4204 Establish commercial property lease
CPPREP4231 Manage commercial property maintenance
CPPREP4232 Manage commercial property financial reports
CPPREP4233 Manage lessee relationships - commercial
CPPREP4234 Manage lessor relationships - commercial
CPPREP4235 End commercial property lease
CPPREP4261 Appraise business for sale
CPPREP4262 Establish vendor relationships in business broking
CPPREP4263 Manage buyer relationships in business broking
CPPREP4264 Manage the sales process in business broking
CPPREP4301 Confirm and market livestock for sale
CPPREP4302 Prepare livestock for sale
CPPREP4303 Establish vendor and buyer relationships in livestock sale
CPPREP4304 Complete sales process - livestock
CPPREP4501 Prepare to complete the sales process - off the plan properties
CPPREP4502 Support providers of social and community housing
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4504 Deliver presentations to clients in real estate
CPPREP4505 Value goods, chattels, plant and equipment
CPPREP4506 Manage offsite and lone worker safety in real estate
CPPREP4507 Provide property sustainability information in real estate
CPPREP4508 Conduct livestock auction
CPPREP4509 Auction goods, chattels or equipment
CPPREP4510 Manage short-term or holiday letting
CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
CPPREP5008 Market the property agency
CPPREP5009 Develop a marketing and service strategy in real estate
CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry
CPPREP5201 Develop and maintain commercial property market intelligence
CPPREP5311 Develop and maintain rural property market knowledge and intelligence
CPPSEC2021 Install security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2022 Install electronic locks and locking systems
CPPSEC2023 Install video surveillance systems and equipment
CPPSEC2024 Monitor and respond to electronic information from security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2025 Sell security products and services
CPPSEC2026 Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security
CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team
CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients
CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques
CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security
CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects and items to maintain security
CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises
CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security
CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons
CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises
CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables
CPPSEC2114 Monitor electronic security equipment and respond to alarm events
CPPSEC3024 Install advanced technology security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3025 Diagnose faults in advanced technology security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3035 Recommend technical security requirements to meet client needs
CPPSEC3036 Program and configure security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3037 Test installed security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3038 Commission and decommission security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3039 Diagnose faults in electronic security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3040 Coordinate installation of security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3041 Conduct routine service of security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3042 Diagnose faults in video surveillance systems and equipment
CPPSEC3043 Establish and test electronic monitoring parameters for security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3044 Conduct routine service of electronic locks and locking systems
CPPSEC3045 Assess security equipment and systems to specify required modifications
CPPSEC3046 Develop security system configurations and specifications for client sites
CPPSEC3047 Provide estimate and quote on security system installations
CPPSEC3053 Implement measures to secure IP networked security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
CPPSEC3102 Maintain operational safety and security of work environment
CPPSEC3103 Determine and implement response to security risk situation
CPPSEC3104 Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour
CPPSEC3105 Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients
CPPSEC3106 Gather, organise and present security information and documentation
CPPSEC3107 Monitor security and coordinate response from control rooms
CPPSEC3108 Store, protect and dispose of security information
CPPSEC3109 Use and maintain security databases and compile reports
CPPSEC3110 Control persons using batons
CPPSEC3111 Restrain persons using handcuffs
CPPSEC3112 Manage training and well-being of dogs for security functions
CPPSEC3113 Handle dogs for security patrols
CPPSEC3114 Control security risk situations using firearms
CPPSEC3115 Carry, operate and maintain revolvers for security purposes
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes
CPPSEC3117 Carry, operate and maintain shotguns for security purposes
CPPSEC3118 Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment and rectify faults
CPPSEC3119 Implement cash-in-transit security procedures
CPPSEC3120 Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques
CPPSEC3122 Plan provision of close protection services
CPPSEC3123 Implement close protection services
CPPSEC3124 Prepare and present evidence in court
CPPSEC3125 Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets
CPPSEC3126 Defend persons using spray
CPPSEC3127 Conduct security screening using x-ray equipment
CPPSEC3128 Conduct security screening using walk-through metal detection equipment
CPPSEC3129 Conduct security screening using explosive trace detection equipment
CPPSEC3130 Conduct security screening using hand-held metal detectors
CPPSEC3131 Select, use and maintain body armour for security purposes
CPPSEC4001 Manage work health and safety in the security work environment
CPPSEC4003 Assess and advise on client security needs
CPPSEC4004 Supervise security operations
CPPSEC4005 Facilitate security operations briefing and debriefing processes
CPPSEC4006 Conduct security risk assessment of client operations
CPPSEC4007 Identify security threats and assess impact on client operations
CPPSEC4008 Assess and prepare security tender submissions
CPPSEC4009 Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC4010 Manage monitoring centre operations
CPPSEC4011 Manage field staff activity and incident response from control room
CPPSEC4012 Assess security vulnerabilities of assets
CPPSEC4014 Commission and decommission networked security systems
CPPSEC4015 Maintain networked security systems
CPPSEC4016 Install networked security systems
CPPSEC4017 Design security system configurations and specifications
CPPSEC4018 Program and configure networked security systems
CPPSEC4019 Diagnose faults in networked security systems
CPPSEC4020 Advise on advanced technology security systems to meet client needs
CPPSEC4021 Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC4022 Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses
CPPSEC4023 Implement contracting arrangements for security businesses
CPPSEC4024 Assess security of crowded places
CPPSEC4025 Advise on operational requirements to maintain crowded place security
CPPSEC5002 Coordinate security operations
CPPSEC5003 Assess security risk management options
CPPSEC5004 Develop security risk management plans
CPPSEC5005 Implement security risk management plans
CPPSEC5006 Develop strategies to implement advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC5008 Analyse threat environment and devise strategies to respond to active threats
CPPSEC5009 Implement communication systems to respond to active threats
CPPSIS2012 Assist in collecting basic spatial data
CPPSIS2013 Store and retrieve basic spatial data
CPPSIS2015 Assist with surveying and spatial field activities
CPPSIS2016 Assist with load transfers
CPPSIS3011 Produce basic maps
CPPSIS3015 Collect basic surveying data
CPPSIS3016 Provide field support services for surveying and spatial projects
CPPSIS3018 Transfer loads
CPPSIS3019 Produce basic plans of surveys
CPPSIS3020 Perform basic surveying computations
CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data
CPPSIS4022 Store and retrieve spatial data
CPPSIS4024 Source and assess spatial data
CPPSIS4025 Collect spatial data using GNSS
CPPSIS4026 Digitally enhance and process image data
CPPSIS4027 Organise surveying field services
CPPSIS4030 Operate surveying equipment
CPPSIS4031 Perform surveying computations
CPPSIS4032 Conduct field surveying operations
CPPSIS4034 Maintain spatial data
CPPSIS4035 Apply GIS software to solve spatial data problems
CPPSIS4036 Operate spatial software applications
CPPSIS4037 Produce computer-aided drawings
CPPSIS4038 Prepare and present GIS data
CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps
CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies
CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works
CPPSIS5031 Plan spatial data collection
CPPSIS5032 Capture new spatial data
CPPSIS5035 Obtain and validate spatial data
CPPSIS5036 Integrate spatial datasets
CPPSIS5037 Maintain spatial data systems
CPPSIS5038 Develop spatial databases
CPPSIS5039 Plan and implement spatial projects
CPPSIS5040 Interpret and collate spatial data
CPPSIS5043 Design spatial data storage systems
CPPSIS5044 Develop subdivision survey designs for local government approval
CPPSIS5046 Set out stormwater systems
CPPSIS5047 Conduct GNSS surveys
CPPSIS5048 Conduct engineering surveys
CPPSIS5049 Plan and implement surveying projects
CPPSIS5051 Apply land and planning law to surveying
CPPSIS5052 Integrate surveying datasets
CPPSIS5053 Perform advanced surveying computations
CPPSIS5054 Perform geodetic surveying computations
CPPSIS5057 Conduct precision surveys
CPPSIS5058 Conduct geodetic surveys
CPPSIS5060 Develop spreadsheets for spatial data
CPPSIS5061 Locate underground services in surveying practice
CPPSIS5062 Conduct photogrammetric mapping
CPPSIS5064 Coordinate GIS data manipulation and analysis
CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures
CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys
CPPSIS6022 Produce mine drawings
CPPSIS6025 Apply quality control measures to spatial products and services
CPPSIS6031 Design basic mines
CPPSIS6032 Conduct advanced GNSS control surveys
CPPSIS6033 Conduct underground mine surveys
CPPSIS6034 Conduct mining geology operations
CPPSIS6035 Conduct complex engineering set-out surveys
CPPSIS6036 Monitor engineering structures
CPPSIS6037 Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis
CPPSIS6040 Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations
CPPSIS6041 Compile mine survey plans
CPPSPS3001 Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely
CPPSPS3002 Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations
CPPSPS3003 Maintain swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS3004 Maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems
CPPSPS3005 Maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems
CPPSPS3006 Maintain swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems
CPPSPS3007 Maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems
CPPSPS3008 Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry
CPPSPS3009 Maintain swimming pool and spa stock
CPPSPS3010 Sell swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS3011 Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing
CPPSPS3012 Access and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals
CPPSPS4001 Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4002 Install and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems
CPPSPS4003 Install and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems
CPPSPS4004 Install and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems
CPPSPS4005 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems
CPPSPS4006 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa low voltage lighting systems
CPPSPS4007 Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment
CPPSPS4008 Install, service and repair spas
CPPSPS4009 Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS4012 Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4013 Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4014 Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4016 Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS4017 Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas
CPPUPM3005 Manage pests without applying pesticides
CPPUPM3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides
CPPUPM3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests
CPPUPM3010 Control timber pests
CPPUPM3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments
CPPUPM3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment
CPPUPM3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles
CPPUPM3042 Install termite management systems
CPPUPM4001 Assess and select pest management vehicle and equipment
CPPUPM4002 Schedule, organise and monitor pest management operations
CPPUPM4003 Assess and advise on pest management options for sensitive operations
CPPUPM4004 Assess and advise on pest management options for complex operations
CPPUPM4005 Implement and monitor pest management plans for sensitive operations
CPPUPM4006 Implement and monitor pest management plans for complex operations
CPPWMT3001 Identify and segregate waste
CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery
CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management
CPPWMT3004 Comply with environmental protection requirements when transporting waste
CPPWMT3005 Maintain storage area for waste management equipment and consumables
CPPWMT3006 Receive, transfer and dispatch waste
CPPWMT3007 Process waste using plant
CPPWMT3008 Store and monitor contained waste
CPPWMT3009 Place, compact and cover waste at landfill sites
CPPWMT3010 Maintain waste landfill sites
CPPWMT3011 Conduct waste assessments
CPPWMT4001 Develop proposals for waste management services
CPPWMT4002 Develop waste management plans
CPPWMT4003 Implement waste management plans
CPPWMT4004 Prepare waste management tender submissions
CPPWMT4005 Implement waste management site safety plans
CPPWMT4006 Monitor waste landfill sites
CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste management operations
CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders
CPPWMT4009 Conduct waste audits
CPPWMT4010 Assess and advise on waste avoidance options

List of Skill Sets

Skill sets are single units of competency or combinations of units of competency from an endorsed training package that link to a licensing or regulatory requirement, or a defined industry need.

Skill sets may provide a bridge between qualifications and respond to regulatory needs or an identified emerging skill area.

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Skill Set Code Skill Set Title
CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests
CPPSS00048 Clean and restore hard floors
CPPSS00049 Clean carpets
CPPSS00050 Clean hospitals and aged care facilities
CPPSS00051 Clean residential work sites
CPPSS00052 Develop and implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
CPPSS00053 Implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
CPPSS00054 Induct cleaning staff
CPPSS00055 Perform environmentally sustainable cleaning operations
CPPSS00059 Batons and handcuffs
CPPSS00060 Canine
CPPSS00061 Cash-in-transit
CPPSS00062 Control room operations
CPPSS00063 Firearms
CPPSS00064 Monitoring centre operations
CPPSS00065 Residential property sales
CPPSS00066 Residential property management
CPPSS00067 Property management business development
CPPSS00068 Auctioneering
CPPSS00069 Buyer’s agent
CPPSS00070 Onsite property manager
CPPSS00071 Commercial sales and leasing
CPPSS00072 Commercial and property management
CPPSS00073 Business broking
CPPSS00074 Stock and station, stock
CPPSS00075 Stock and station, station
CPPSS00076 Administration management/office support
CPPSS00077 Security Supervision
CPPSS00078 Security Business Management

List of Imported Units of Competency

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Imported Unit Code Imported Unit Title Training Package
AHCCHM304 Transport and store chemicals AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM404 Develop procedures to minimise risks in the use of chemicals AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM405 Plan and implement a chemical use program AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCOM301 Operate compost processing plant, machinery and equipment AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCOM302 Dispatch materials and composted product AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCLPW404 Produce maps for land management purposes AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPHT307 Prepare raw materials and compost feedstock AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPHT308 Prepare value-added compost-based products AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG307 Apply animal trapping techniques AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG312 Apply poison baits for vertebrate pest control in rural and environmental landscapes AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG409 Implement a pest management plan AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG413 Define the pest problem AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCSAW302 Implement erosion and sediment control measures AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AVIY3075 Control remote pilot aircraft systems in normal flight AVI Aviation
BSBADM409 Coordinate business resources BSB Business Services
BSBADM502 Manage meetings BSB Business Services
BSBADV507 Develop a media plan BSB Business Services
BSBAUD402 Participate in a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD501 Initiate a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD503 Lead a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD504 Report on a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBADM504 Plan and implement administrative systems BSB Business Services
BSBCMM401 Make a presentation BSB Business Services
BSBCOM405 Promote compliance with legislation BSB Business Services
BSBCOM406 Conduct work within a compliance framework BSB Business Services
BSBCUE302 Deploy customer service field staff BSB Business Services
BSBCUE304 Provide sales solutions to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUE309 Develop product and service knowledge for customer engagement operation BSB Business Services
BSBCUS201 Deliver a service to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies BSB Business Services
BSBCUS402 Address customer needs BSB Business Services
BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service BSB Business Services
BSBDIV301 Work effectively with diversity BSB Business Services
BSBFIA301 Maintain financial records BSB Business Services
BSBFIA304 Maintain a general ledger BSB Business Services
BSBFIA402 Report on financial activity BSB Business Services
BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans BSB Business Services
BSBFLM303 Contribute to effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBFLM303 Contribute to effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBFLM305 Support operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBFLM306 Provide workplace information and resourcing plans BSB Business Services
BSBFLM309 Support continuous improvement systems and processes BSB Business Services
BSBFLM311 Support a workplace learning environment BSB Business Services
BSBFLM312 Contribute to team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff BSB Business Services
BSBHRM505 Manage remuneration and employee benefits BSB Business Services
BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning BSB Business Services
BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations BSB Business Services
BSBINN502 Build and sustain an innovative work environment BSB Business Services
BSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environment BSB Business Services
BSBINM301 Organise workplace information BSB Business Services
BSBINM401 Implement workplace information system BSB Business Services
BSBITS401 Maintain business technology BSB Business Services
BSBITU309 Produce desktop published documents BSB Business Services
BSBITU402 Develop and use complex spreadsheets BSB Business Services
BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBLDR404 Lead a diverse workforce BSB Business Services
BSBLDR503 Communicate with influence BSB Business Services
BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals BSB Business Services
BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement BSB Business Services
BSBMGT406 Plan and monitor continuous improvement BSB Business Services
BSBMGT502 Manage people performance BSB Business Services
BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation BSB Business Services
BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans BSB Business Services
BSBMKG501 Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities BSB Business Services
BSBMKG507 Interpret market trends and developments BSB Business Services
BSBPMG415 Apply project risk management techniques BSB Business Services
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work BSB Business Services
BSBPRO301 Recommend products and services BSB Business Services
BSBREL401 Establish networks BSB Business Services
BSBRES411 Analyse and present research information BSB Business Services
BSBRKG304 Maintain business records BSB Business Services
BSBRKG502 Manage and monitor business or records systems BSB Business Services
BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes BSB Business Services
BSBRSK501 Manage risk BSB Business Services
BSBSLS407 Identify and plan sales prospects BSB Business Services
BSBSLS408 Present, secure and support sales solutions BSB Business Services
BSBSMB301 Investigate micro business opportunities BSB Business Services
BSBSMB305 Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB402 Plan small business finances BSB Business Services
BSBSMB403 Market the small business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning BSB Business Services
BSBSMB405 Monitor and manage small business operations BSB Business Services
BSBSMB407 Manage a small team BSB Business Services
BSBSMB417 Recruit staff BSB Business Services
BSBSMB420 Evaluate and develop small business operations BSB Business Services
BSBSMB421 Manage small business finances BSB Business Services
BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices BSB Business Services
BSBSUS401 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSB Business Services
BSBSUS406 Identify and apply sustainability rating tools BSB Business Services
BSBWHS302 Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace BSB Business Services
BSBWHS307 Apply knowledge of WHS laws in the workplace BSB Business Services
BSBWOR202 Organise and complete daily work activities BSB Business Services
BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development BSB Business Services
BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities BSB Business Services
BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSB Business Services
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBWRK411 Support employee and industrial relations procedures BSB Business Services
BSBWRT401 Write complex documents BSB Business Services
CHCCCS020 Respond effectively to behaviours of concern CHC Community Services
CPCCBC4014A Prepare simple building sketches and drawings CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCCM2010B Work safely at heights CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry. CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCSV5011A Apply building codes and standards to residential buildings CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCBC4015 Prepare specifications for all construction works CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry CPC Construction and Plumbing Services
CPCCWHS2001 Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCMCM8001 Plan and manage complex projects CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCMCM8002 Manage the quality of projects and processes CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCSUS5002A Develop action plans to retrofit existing buildings for energy efficiency CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPPACC5006A Apply ergonomic principles to accessible building design and fitout CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC5011A Prepare a concept design for accessible building work CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC8001A Research and analyse access and use requirements for people with diverse disabilities CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC8002A Research and analyse access solutions for the built environment CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN3004 Respond to enquiries and complaints CPP Property Services
CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams CPP Property Services
CPPCMN4012A Contribute to sustainable solutions throughout a building's life cycle CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN4013B Operate a sustainable business CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN5001A Plan for a sustainable business CPP07 Property Services
CUAACD301 Produce drawings to communicate ideas CUA Creative Arts and Culture
FBPAUD4003 Conduct food safety audits FBP Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical
FNSMCA303 Serve legal process FNS Financial Services
FNSORG501 Develop and manage a budget FNS Financial Services
FNSORG508 Analyse and comment on management reports FNS Financial Services
FNSORG601 Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes FNS Financial Services
FWPHAR2206 Operate a mobile chipper/mulcher FWP Forest and Wood Products
HLTAID003 Provide first aid HLT Health
HLTAID006 Provide advanced first aid HLT Health
HLTAID007 Provide advanced resuscitation HLT Health
HLTFA301C Apply first aid HLT07 Health
HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures HLT Health
HLTINF003 Implement and monitor infection prevention and control policies and procedures HLT Health
HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety HLT Health
HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety HLT Health
ICPKNW322 Develop knowledge of the printing and graphic arts industry ICP Printing and Graphic Arts
ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTDBS502 Design a database ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT101 Operate a personal computer ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT102 Operate word-processing applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT105 Operate spreadsheet applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT203 Operate application software packages ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT210 Operate database applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT211 Identify and use basic current industry specific technologies ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT302 Install and optimise operating system software ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT307 Customise packaged software applications for clients ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT308 Use advanced features of computer applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT409 Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN202 Use hand and power tools ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN207 Install and test internet protocol devices in convergence networks ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN416 Install, configure and test an internet protocol network ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB401 Design a website to meet technical requirements ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB411 Produce basic client-side script for dynamic web pages ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB429 Create a markup language document to specification ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICT Information and Communications Technology
LGACOM404B Establish cooperative arrangements with other organisations LGA04 Local Government
LGACOMP008A Apply conflict resolution strategies LGA04 Local Government
LGACORE601B Develop, implement and review operational plans LGA04 Local Government
LGAEHRH403A Operate waste transfer, collection station or landfill facility LGA04 Local Government
LGAEHRW505B Implement strategies to minimise the impact of waste on the environment LGA04 Local Government
MSFID4014 Produce digital models and documentation for interior design projects MSF Furnishing
MSL934005 Contribute to the ongoing development of HACCP plans MSL Laboratory Operations
PMAOMIR210 Control evacuation to muster point PMA Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining
PSPCRT007 Compile and use official notes PSP Public Sector
PSPLND001 Investigate tenure and land use history PSP Public Sector
PSPLND002 Compile and check survey plans PSP Public Sector
PSPLND012 Review planning documents and environmental assessments PSP Public Sector
PSPREG006 Produce formal record of interview PSP Public Sector
PSPREG017 Undertake compliance audits PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC009 Handle sensitive information PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC010 Provide government security briefings PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC015 Communicate security awareness PSP Public Sector
PUAFIR518 Conduct and record a Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessment PUA Public Safety
RIISTD201D Read and interpret maps RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry
RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry
SIRRINV002 Control stock SIR Retail Services
SIRXCEG003 Build customer relationships and loyalty SIR Retail Services
SIRXCOM002 Work effectively in a team SIR Retail Services
SIRXMGT001 Supervise and support frontline team members SIR Retail Services
SISCAQU001 Test pool water quality SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU003 Maintain aquatic facility plant and equipment SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU004 Develop and implement pool water maintenance procedures SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU005 Develop and implement aquatic facility maintenance procedures SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU014 Operate self-contained breathing apparatus in an aquatic facility SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXEMR001 Respond to emergency situations SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXEMR002 Coordinate emergency response SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXWHS101 Follow work health and safety policies SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
TAEASS301 Contribute to assessment TAE Training and Education
TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction TAE Training and Education
TAEDEL404 Mentor in the workplace TAE Training and Education
TLIB0002 Carry out vehicle inspection TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC1051 Operate commercial vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC2025 Operate four wheel drive vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3036 Apply safe car driving behaviours TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3083 Operate a front lift mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3084 Operate a lift on/lift off collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3085 Operate a liquid waste collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3087 Operate a rear loading mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3088 Operate a roll on/roll off collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3089 Operate a side loading mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC4006 Drive multi-combination vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID0001 Load and unload vehicles carrying special loads TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID2003 Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID2022 Conduct weighbridge operations TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIF3091 Apply awareness of dangerous goods and hazardous materials requirements TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIG2007 Work in a socially diverse environment TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIU2012 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices TLI Transport and Logistics
UETTDREL14 Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker UET Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector

Prerequisite Units of Competency

Individual prerequisite unit requirements are specified in a unit of competency and must be assessed and awarded prior to a learner being awarded the unit that has the prerequisite.

Qualification mapping information

The mapping table below details the qualifications in the CPP Property Services Training Package with comments about their relationship to qualifications in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

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Release 11.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 11.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting.

Qualification title changed to better reflect the occupational outcome, which remains the same.

Packaging rules changed. Total number of units reduced from 15 to 10. Core requirements strengthened and electives limited to meet industry expectations of competent drafters.

N
CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design CPP50911 Diploma of Building Design

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP50911 Diploma of Building Design.

New entry requirements.

Packaging rules changed. Total number of units reduced from 17 to 12. Number of core units increased by 2 and electives decreased by 7.

Core requirements strengthened and electives limited to meet industry expectations of the skills and knowledge required by licenced building designers.

N
CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design   New qualification. It improves articulation / occupational progression between the Diploma and Graduate Diploma of Building Design. N
  CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design

Deleted due to a lack of demand.

The qualification has had zero enrolments for a sustained period and no registered training organisation has it on scope. The four units comprising the Graduate Certificate are retained in the CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design.

 
CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design CPP80213 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP80213 Graduate Diploma of Building Design.

New entry requirements increase the depth of the qualification.

N

Release 10.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 10.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
  CPP20411 Certificate II in Waste Management Deleted due to a lack of demand.  
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management CPP30711 Certificate III in Waste Management

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP30711 Certificate III in Waste Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including a reduction in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

N
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management CPP40911 Certificate IV in Waste Management

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP40911 Certificate IV in Waste Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including a reduction in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

N
  CPP50811 Diploma of Waste Management Deleted due to a lack of demand.  

Release 9.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 9.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security.

Changed packaging arrangements including increase in total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streams introduced to better align with industry requirements for a technical qualification.

N
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management N
CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security CPP30507 Certificate III in Technical Security

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP30507 Certificate III in Technical Security.

Changed packaging arrangements.

New entry requirements.

N
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services.

Changed packaging arrangements including an increase in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streaming introduced to align occupational specialisations with industry requirements.

E
CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including reduction in total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streaming introduced to align occupational specialisations with industry requirements.

E
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
  • CPP41110 Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment
  • CPP41212 Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment

Supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP41110 Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment
  • CPP41212 Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment

Two qualifications have been combined into one with specialisation streams in ‘thermal performance assessment’ and ‘home sustainability assessment’ to meet occupational requirements.

E
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service CPP41312 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP41312 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service.

Changed packaging arrangements - core decreased by 4 to 8 units and electives increased from 8 to 12 units. Additional imported units included in elective bank.

E
CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis   New qualification to meet industry requirements for qualified security risk advisers who can apply technical security and operations expertise in a risk management environment.  
CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management   New qualification  
CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management CPP50611 Diploma of Security and Risk Management

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP50611 Diploma of Security and Risk Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including reduction in total number of units and changed core requirements.

New entry requirements.

N

Release 8.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 8.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice
  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations)

Supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations)

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication and to provide clearer alignment with licensing outcomes.

N
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)
  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking)

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N

Release 7.1

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.1 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations N

Release 7.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations Revised qualification superseded and replaces CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations. N
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations Revised qualification superseded and replaces CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations. N
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations New qualification. New qualification.  

Release 6.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 6.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service CPP31212 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP31212 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service E

Release 5.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 5.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning   New qualification.  

Release 4.2

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 4.2 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP30216. E
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP40316. E
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP40516. E
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP50116. E
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP50216. E

Release 4.1

Updated training package with new imported unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry replacing superseded CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry.

Release 4.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 4.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management CPP41011 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP41011.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification has increased from 13 to 14. Core reduced from eight to seven and required number of elective units increased from five to seven.

CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff is a new unit added to the core units required for the qualification.

E
CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations CPP31011 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP31011.

Total number of units required to achieve the qualification reduced from 19 to 14. Number of core units required increased from four to five. Elective units that may be selected has decreased from 15 to nine, with the allowance of units that can be drawn in from other qualifications increased from two to three.

The three core units in the now deleted CPP10211 Certificate I in Cleaning Operations are now embedded in CPP30316.

The cleaning units in the now deleted CPP20611 Certificate II in Cleaning Operations are now revised and included in CPP30316 where appropriate.

Industry-nominated carpet cleaning units previously in the now deleted CPP20711 Certificate II in Carpet Cleaning Operations and CPP31111 Certificate III in Carpet Cleaning Operations have been redesigned where appropriate and included in this revised CPP30316.

CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work is a new unit that has been added to the core units required for the qualification.

E

Release 3.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 3.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP20112 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP20112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at eight. Composition of core and elective units changed.

E
CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP30112 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP30112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 11. Composition of core and elective units changed.

CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data and CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps are revised units developed and added to elective listing.

E
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services CPP40212 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP40212.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 15. Composition of core and elective units has changed.

Three new units added to elective listing: CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies, CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works, and CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps.

Elective unit listing tightened by reducing number of imported and CPP common units, and by reducing duplication within native units.

E
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services CPP50212 Diploma of Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP50212.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification reduced from 16 to 15. Number of core units required decreased from seven to six. Elective units that may be selected unchanged at nine.

Composition of core and elective units changed.

Elective unit listing tightened by reducing number of imported units from 12 to nine and by reducing duplication within native units.

Relevant content from the now deleted CPP60112 Diploma of Building Surveying integrated as appropriate into CPP50216 units.

E
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying CPP40112 Certificate IV in Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP40112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification reduced from 15 to 14. Number of core units required decreased from seven to six. Elective units that may be selected unchanged at eight.

Composition of core and elective units has changed. CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data redeveloped into two revised core units: CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies and CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works.

CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps is a new unit developed and added to elective listing.

Elective unit listing tightened by deleting imported units and reducing number of CPP common units to two.

E
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying CPP50112 Diploma of Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP50112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 16. Composition of core and elective units has changed.

Core unit CPPSIS5050A Create engineering drawings merged with elective unit CPPSIS5056A Design road and railway to create a larger new core unit CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures.

Elective unit listing tightened by updating imported units and reducing their number from six to four.

E
CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying CPP60312 Advanced Diploma of Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP60312.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at nine. Entry requirement for qualification relating to CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying or its equivalent has remained.

Composition of core and elective units changed. Elective unit listing tightened by removing duplication within native units. Revised equivalent units CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys and CPPSIS6022 Develop mine drawings included in elective listing.

E

Release 2.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 2.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30911 Certificate III in Pest Management

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP30911.

CPPPMT3002A Assess pest management options and CPPPMT3009A Advise clients on pest management options combined due to identified duplicate content, with number of core units in qualification therefore reduced by one unit to a total of nine.

Number of elective units that may be selected increased to four, with number of units allowed from outside qualification increased from one to two.

Grouping of elective units removed and choice of imported units in former Group B reduced from five to the following two units:

BSBSMB407 Manage a small team

HLTAID003 Provide first aid.

E

Release 1.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 1.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting   New qualification.  

Unit mapping information

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Release 11.0

CPP Property Services Training Package 11.0 CPP Property Services Training Package 10.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPBDN4101 Work effectively in a building design environment     New unit  
CPPBDN4102 Analyse building design drawings CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings.

Title changed to clarify unit outcome.

Refinements to wording in Elements and PCs.

Requirement to make a presentation removed.

Range of conditions incorporated into knowledge evidence.

E
CPPBDN4103 Use CAD software to produce drawings for building design projects   CPPBDN5017A Produce 2-D drawings for building design projects using CAD software

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5017A Produce 2-D drawings for building design projects using CAD software.

Title changed to clarify unit outcome.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Elements and performance criteria restructured and modified.

Reference to CAD is made more general.

Adjusted to include in Certificate IV.

Relevant information from Range Statement now listed in Knowledge Evidence.

E
CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirements to Class 1 and 10 building design documentation  

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects.

Units merged to remove duplication across units.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small scale residential building design projects and

CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects is equivalent to:

CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirements to Class 1 and 10 building design projects.

N
CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings

CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval

CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval

 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval

CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and to better reflect job role.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4010 and CPPBDN4011 is equivalent to

CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings.

N
CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects has been split into two units to strengthen specific focus of the individual units. This unit is based on the construction materials component.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings and CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings is equivalent to

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

N
CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects has been split into two units to strengthen specific focus of the individual units. This unit is based on the construction methods component.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings and CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings is equivalent to

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

N
CPPBDN4108 Draw layout of required services for Class 1 and 10 buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN4109 Research architectural styles and movements     New unit  
CPPBDN4010 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPBDN5101 Produce digital 3-D models of building designs   CPPBDN5012A Produce and present 3-D models of small-scale building designs

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5012A Produce and present 3-D models of small-scale building designs.

Title change.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Elements and performance criteria restructured and modified.

Relevant information from Range Statement now listed in Knowledge Evidence.

E
CPPBDN5102 Produce compliant designs for Class 1 and 10 buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN5103 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs

CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients

CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes bu tis not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs.

CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients.

CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of the three units:

CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs, and

CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients, and

CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects

is equivalent to CPPBDN5103 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5104 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings

CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings

CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both units:

CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings and

CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings

is equivalent to CPPBDN5104 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5105 Evaluate construction materials and methods for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both units:

CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects, and

CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects is equivalent to CPPBDN5105 Evaluate construction materials and methods for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5106 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged to remove duplication and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects, and

CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects is equivalent to

CPPBDN5106 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 Type B and C building designs.

N
CPPBDN5107 Manage contracts for small-scale building design projects   CPPBDN5014A Contribute to construction and building design project finalisation processes

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5014A Contribute to construction and building design project finalisation processes. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN5108 Design timber framed buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN5109 Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects   CPPBDN5005A Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5005A Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN5110 Inspect and assess sites to inform the design process   CPPBDN5007A Inspect and analyse sites and produce measured drawings for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5007A Inspect and analyse sites and produce measured drawings for small-scale building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN5111 Produce rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building designs   CPPBDN5016A Produce and present rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building design

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5016A Produce and present rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building design. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN6101 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6102 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6103 Evaluate construction materials, methods and services for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6104 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 building designs up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6105 Manage the tendering and contract administration process for a client   CPPBDN8005A Manage the tendering and construction process for a client

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8005A Manage the tendering and construction process for a client.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task and unit adjusted for inclusion in the Advanced Diploma.

N
CPPBDN6106 Produce building information modelling for building design projects   CPPBDN5013A Develop and collaborate on building information modelling (BIM) for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5013A Develop and collaborate on building information models for small-scale building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task

E
CPPBDN8101 Advise on construction materials and methods for large and complex building design projects   CPPBDN8001A Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for complex building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8001A Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for complex building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN8102 Advise on compliance requirements for large and complex building design projects   CPPBDN8002A Research compliance requirements for complex building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8002A Research compliance requirements for complex building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E

CPPBDN8103 Scope and initiate large and complex building design

projects

  CPPBDN8003A Scope and initiate large and complex building design projects Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8003A Scope and initiate large and complex building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN8104 Manage the design of large and complex building projects   CPPBDN8007A Manage the design of Type A constructions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8007A Manage the design of Type A constructions.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed as large and complex projects are not exclusively Type A construction.

E
CPPBDN8105 Lead the building design team   CPPBDN8004A Lead the building design team Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8004A Lead the building design team. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN8106 Implement new building design technologies   CPPBDN8006A Identify and manage new building design technologies

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8006A Identify and manage new building design technologies.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better work task.

E
Deleted units Deleted
    CPPBDN4002 Research and apply compliance requirements to technical construction documentation Embedded in the compliance unit CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirement to Class 1 and 10 building design projects. Deleted
    CPPBDN4003 Collect, apply and store building design project information Skill implicit in all units. Deleted
    CPPBDN4005 Review and report structural integrity of building designs Compliance with requirements relating to structural integrity is embedded in relevant construction method and construction materials units. Deleted
    CPPBDN4006 Import and transpose information from external sources into digital building design drawings Embedded in CPPBDN4103 Use CAD software to produce drawings for building design projects and CPPBDN6106 Produce building information modelling for building design projects Deleted
    CPPBDN4007 Store and retrieve building design documentation Skill implicit in all units Deleted
    CPPBDN4008 Produce digital building design concept drawings Relevant content covered in units on CAD, drawing and design. Deleted
    CPPBDN4012 Provide support to project building designers Embedded in CPPBDN4101 Work effectively in a building design environment Deleted
    CPPBDN4013 Produce construction detail drawings Embedded in CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings Deleted

Release 10.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 10.0 CPP Property Services Training Package Release 9.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPWMT3001 Identify and segregate waste   CPPWMT3005A Identify and segregate waste

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3005A Identify and segregate waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Tasks associated with ‘identifying waste’ incorporated from CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged to simplify and better articulate unit structure.

Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery  

CPPWMT3014A Manually sort waste

CPPWMT3019A Prepare waste for re-use

CPPWMT3046A Conduct resource recovery

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3014A Manually sort waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3019A Prepare waste for re-use.

CPPWMT3046A Conduct resource recovery.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. New content covering the circular economy, waste-to-energy generation and facilities that process recovered resources.

Incorporates some content from deleted units: CPPWMT2048A Prepare work areas for waste sorting and CPPWMT2047A Assist with resource recovery.

N
CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management  

CPPWMT3011A Respond to waste emergencies

CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3011A Respond to waste emergencies.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. Also incorporates some content from deleted CPPWMT2049A Identify waste emergency.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged to simplify and better articulate unit structure

Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT3004 Comply with environmental protection requirements when transporting waste   CPPWMT3042A Follow environmental policies and procedures when transporting waste

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3042A Follow environmental policies and procedures when transporting waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance around protecting the environment when transporting specialised waste (liquid, medical, controlled, regulated, hazardous and quarantine).

E
CPPWMT3005 Maintain storage area for waste management equipment and consumables   CPPWMT2034A Maintain equipment and consumables storage area

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT2034A Maintain equipment and consumables storage area.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate outcomes.

Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect the work requirements.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Includes requirement to identify workplace inventory and stock control equipment, software and systems and procedures for identifying and reporting discrepancies or variances. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance. Responding to emergency in storage area deleted as emergency response is covered in another unit.

N
CPPWMT3006 Receive, transfer and dispatch waste  

CPPWMT3013A Receive waste

CPPWMT3015A Move waste using loadshifting equipment

CPPWMT3018A Dispatch processed waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3013A Receive waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3015A Move waste using loadshifting equipment.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3018A Dispatch processed waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPWMT3007 Process waste using plant  

CPPWMT3016A Operate waste processing plant

CPPWMT3038A Process waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3016A Operate waste processing plant.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3038A Process waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPWMT3008 Store and monitor contained waste  

CPPWMT3017A Store waste

CPPWMT3025A Monitor contained waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3017A Store waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3025A Monitor contained waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT3009 Place, compact and cover waste at landfill sites  

CPPWMT3020A Place and compact waste

CPPWMT3021A Cover waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3020A Place and compact waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3021A Cover waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged.

N
CPPWMT3010 Maintain waste landfill sites   CPPWMT3023A Maintain waste disposal sites

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3023A Maintain waste disposal sites.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT3011 Conduct waste assessments   CPPWMT3059A Plan and conduct waste assessments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3059A Plan and conduct waste assessments.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate outcomes.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence has been rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT4001 Develop proposals for waste management services  

CPPWMT4030A Determine waste management services

CPPWMT4055A Develop waste management proposals

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4030A Determine waste management services.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4055A Develop waste management proposals.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT4002 Develop waste management plans  

CPPWMT5004A Develop waste management strategies

CPPWMT5036A Develop waste management plans

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5004A Develop waste management strategies.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5036A Develop waste management plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4003 Implement waste management plans   CPPWMT4007A Implement waste management plans

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4007A Implement waste management plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPWMT4004 Prepare waste management tender submissions   CPPWMT5031A Prepare detailed tenders

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5031A Prepare detailed tenders.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4005 Implement waste management site safety plans   CPPWMT5045A Develop site safety plans

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5045A Develop site safety plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed as outcome changed to implement rather than develop plans. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4006 Monitor waste landfill sites   CPPWMT4022A Monitor waste disposal sites

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4022A Monitor waste disposal sites.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

E
CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste management operations  

CPPWMT4052A Organise waste management operations

CPPWMT4053A Conduct and monitor waste management operations

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4052A Organise waste management operations.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4053A Conduct and monitor waste management operations.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders   CPPWMT4032A Educate clients on waste management

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4032A Educate clients on waste management.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

Incorporates some content from deleted CPPWMT5033A Educate public on waste management.

E
CPPWMT4009 Conduct waste audits  

CPPWMT4001A Plan waste audits

CPPWMT4002A Carry out waste audits

CPPWMT4003A Review, evaluate and document waste assessment findings

CPPWMT4035A Undertake waste process audits

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4001A Plan waste audits.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4002A Carry out waste audits.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4003A Review, evaluate and document waste assessment findings.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4035A Undertake waste process audits.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged.

N
CPPWMT4010 Assess and advise on waste avoidance options   CPPWMT4062A Apply waste avoidance techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4062A Apply waste avoidance techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

E
Deleted units Deleted
    CPPWMT2001A Prepare for work in the waste management industry Content embedded across all units. Deleted
    CPPWMT2047A Assist with resource recovery Content embedded in CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery. Deleted
    CPPWMT2048A Prepare work areas for waste sorting Content embedded in CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery. Deleted
    CPPWMT2049A Identify waste emergency Content embedded in CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management. Deleted
    CPPWMT3041A Identify operational requirements of waste management industry Content embedded across operational units. Deleted
    CPPWMT3051A Dispose of waste water to sewer Outcome covered by imported unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT3054A Maintain credit control Outcome covered by imported units. Deleted
    CPPWMT3063A Apply safe operational practices when vehicles contact overhead wires Outcome covered by imported unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT4006A Organise waste recovery Unit replicates content addressed in other operational units. Deleted
    CPPWMT4027A Select and obtain waste management plant, equipment and materials Industry advice unit is not required. Unit purpose and intended outcome not clear. Deleted
    CPPWMT4037A Conduct minor maintenance and repairs on waste processing plant and equipment Industry advice that this work task would be done by specialists. Unit is not required. Deleted
    CPPWMT4050A Deliver training in hazard identification and waste emergency responses Outcome covered by imported units. Deleted
    CPPWMT4056A Implement landfill rehabilitation plans Function not performed by waste management workers. Deleted
    CPPWMT4060A Apply lean management techniques Outdated unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT5033A Educate public on waste management issues Content embedded in CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders. Deleted
    CPPWMT5043A Develop and implement an environmental management strategy TAG advice unit not required as the function is the responsibility of specialists with relevant expertise. Deleted
    CPPWMT5057A Develop landfill rehabilitation plans TAG advice unit not required as function is the responsibility of engineers. Deleted
    CPPWMT5058A Develop emergency response plans TAG advice unit not required as the function is the responsibility of specialists with relevant expertise. Deleted
    CPPWMT5061A Plan resource recovery Content embedded in CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste recovery operations. Deleted

Release 9.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 9.0 CPP Property Services Training Package Release 8.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behavior   CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPCOM4002 Implement safe work practices in the property industry   CPPHSA4005A Minimise health, safety and security risks when assessing home sustainability

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4005A Minimise health, safety and security risks when assessing home sustainability.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4001 Research and assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings.   CPPHSA4015A Assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4015A Assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4002 Advise clients on thermal performance of residential buildings.   CPPHSA4019A Inform clients about thermal performance of residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4019A Inform clients about thermal performance of residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4003 Operate and maintain computer system to support thermal performance assessments   CPPHSA4020A Operate computer systems to support NatHERS assessment

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4020A Operate computer systems to support NatHERS assessment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings   CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4005 Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements   CPPHSA4001A Assess household energy use

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4001A Assess household energy use.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4006 Assess household water use and efficiency improvements   CPPHSA4003A Assess household water use

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4003A Assess household water use.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4007 Assess thermal performance of existing residential buildings   CPPHSA4004A Assess thermal performance of existing residences using non-rating tools and techniques

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4004A Assess thermal performance of existing residences using non-rating tools and techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4008 Assess household waste generation and waste management improvements   CPPHSA4002A Assess household waste generation and management

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4002A Assess household waste generation and management.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4009 Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices   CPPHSA4007A Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices by residents

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4007A Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices by residents.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPINV3026 Work effectively in investigative services   CPPSEC3026A Work effectively in the investigative services industry Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3026A Work effectively in the investigative services industry. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3027 Develop investigation plans   CPPSEC3027A Develop investigative plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3027A Develop investigative plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3028 Investigate and locate subjects     New N/A
CPPINV3029 Provide quality investigative services to clients   CPPSEC3029A Provide quality investigative services to clients Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3029A Provide quality investigative services to clients. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3030 Conduct factual investigations   CPPSEC3032A Gather information by factual investigation Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3032A Gather information by factual investigation. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3031 Conduct interviews and take statements to support investigations   CPPSEC3033A Conduct interviews and take statements Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3033A Conduct interviews and take statements. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3032 Develop factual investigation reports   CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3033 Conduct covert surveillance operations   CPPSEC3030A Conduct surveillance Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3030A Conduct surveillance. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3034 Organise and operate surveillance vehicles   CPPSEC3031A Organise and operate a surveillance vehicle Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3031A Organise and operate a surveillance vehicle. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3035 Develop surveillance investigation reports   CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPIVN4013 Undertake case management of investigations   CPPSEC4013A Undertake case management of investigations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4013A Undertake case management of investigations.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages

E
CPPSEC2021 Install security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2021A Install security equipment and systems Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2021A Install security equipment and systems. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2022 Install electronic locks and locking systems   CPPSEC2022A Install mechanical lock and locking system CPPSEC2022A Install mechanical lock and locking system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2023 Install video surveillance systems and equipment   CPPSEC2023A Install CCTV equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2023A Install CCTV equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2024 Monitor and respond to electronic information from security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2024A Implement electronic monitoring procedures Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2024 Implement electronic monitoring procedures. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2025 Sell security products and services   CPPSEC2025A Sell security products and services Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2025A Sell security products and services. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2026 Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2026A Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2026A Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3024 Install advanced technology security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3024A Install biometrics equipment and systems Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3024A Install biometrics equipment and systems. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC3025 Diagnose faults in advanced technology security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3025A Identify and diagnose biometric system fault Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3025A Identify and diagnose biometric system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC3035 Recommend technical security requirements to meet client needs   CPPSEC3035A Identify technical security requirements Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3035A Identify technical security requirements. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3036 Program and configure security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3036A Program security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3036A Program security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3037 Test installed security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3037A Test installed security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3037A Test installed security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3038 Commission and decommission security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3038A Commission and decommission security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3038A Commission and decommission security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3039 Diagnose faults in electronic security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3039A Identify and diagnose electronic security equipment and system fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3039A Identify and diagnose electronic security equipment and system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3040 Coordinate installation of security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3040A Plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3040A Plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3041 Conduct routine service of security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3041A Maintain and service security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3041A Maintain and service security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3042 Diagnose faults in video surveillance systems and equipment   CPPSEC3042A Identify and diagnose CCTV equipment and system fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3042A Identify and diagnose CCTV equipment and system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3043 Establish and test electronic monitoring parameters for security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3043A Establish and set up electronic monitoring parameters Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3043A Establish and set up electronic monitoring parameters. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3044 Conduct routine service of electronic locks and locking systems   CPPSEC3044A Maintain and repair mechanical lock and locking system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3044A Maintain and repair mechanical lock and locking system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3045 Assess security equipment and systems to specify required modifications   CPPSEC3045A Determine security equipment and system modifications Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3045A Determine security equipment and system modifications. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3046 Develop security system configurations and specifications for client sites   CPPSEC3046A Configure a security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3046A Configure a security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3047 Provide estimate and quote on security system installations   CPPSEC3047A Provide estimate and quote on security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3047A Provide estimate and quote on security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3058 Implement measures to secure IP networked security equipment and systems   N/A New unit N/A
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation   CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation Minor release of unit to rectify to assessment conditions.  
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques   CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques Minor release of unit to rectify to assessment conditions.  
CPPSEC4001 Manage work health and safety in the security industry   CPPSEC4001A Manage a safe workplace in the security industry Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4001A Manage a safe workplace in the security industry. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4003 Assess and advise on security needs   CPPSEC4003A Advise on security needs Supersedes and is equivalent CPPSEC4003A Advise on security needs. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4004 Supervise security operations   CPPSEC4004A Monitor and review security operations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4004A Monitor and review security operations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4005 Facilitate security operations briefing and debriefing processes   CPPSEC4005A Facilitate workplace briefing and debriefing processes Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4005A Facilitate workplace briefing and debriefing processes. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4006 Conduct security risk assessment of client operations   CPPSEC4006A Assess risks Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4006A Assess risks. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4007 Identify security threats and assess impact on client operations   CPPSEC4007A Assess threat Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4007A Assess threat. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4008 Prepare security tender submissions   CPPSEC4008A Prepare a detailed tender Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4008A Prepare a detailed tender. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4009 Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC4009A Interpret information from advanced security equipment Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4009A Interpret information from advanced security equipment. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4010 Manage monitoring centre operations   CPPSEC4010A Manage monitoring centres Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4010A Manage monitoring centres. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4011 Manage field staff and incident response from control room   CPPSEC4011A Coordinate field staff activity from control room Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4011A Coordinate field staff activity from control room. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4012 Assess security vulnerabilities of assets   CPPSEC4012A Identify and assess security of assets Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4012A Identify and assess security of assets. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4014 Commission and decommission networked security systems   CPPSEC4014A Commission and decommission networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4014A Commission and decommission networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4015 Maintain networked security systems   CPPSEC4015A Maintain networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4015A Maintain networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4016 Install networked security systems   CPPSEC4016A Install networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4016A Install networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4017 Design security system configurations and specifications   CPPSEC4017A Determine security system configurations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4017A Determine security system configurations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4018 Program and configure networked security systems   CPPSEC4018A Configure security devices on IT networks Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4018A Configure security devices on IT networks. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4019 Diagnose faults in networked security systems   CPPSEC4019A Identify and diagnose security systems or network fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4019A Identify and diagnose security systems or network fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4020 Advise on advanced technology security systems and equipment to meet client needs   CPPSEC4020A Advise on the application of biometrics Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC4020A Advise on the application of biometrics. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC4021 Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC4021A Prepare standard operating procedures for the use of biometrics technology Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC4021A Prepare standard operating procedures for the use of biometrics technology. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC5002 Coordinate security operations   CPPSEC5002A Coordinate security operations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5002A Coordinate security operations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5003 Assess security risk management options   CPPSEC5003A Assess security risk management options Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5003A Assess security risk management options. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5004 Develop security risk management plans   CPPSEC5004A Prepare security risk management plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5004A Prepare security risk management plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5006 Develop strategy to implement advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC5006A Determine strategy for the implementation of biometrics technology Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC5006A Determine strategy for the implementation of biometrics technology. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC5008 Analyse threat environment and devise strategies to respond to active threats     New unit N/A
CPPSEC5009 Implement communication systems to respond to active threats     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4022 Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4023 Implement contracting arrangements for security businesses     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4024 Assess security of crowded places     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4025 Advise on operational requirements to maintain crowded place security     New unit N/A
CPSSEC5005 Implement security risk management plans   CPSEC5005A Implement security risk assessment plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPSEC5005A Implement security risk assessment plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSPS4001 Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4001A Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4001A Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4002 Install and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems   CPPSPS4002A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4002A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems.

Title changed. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4003 Install and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems   CPPSPS4003A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4003A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems.

Title changed. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4004 Install and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems   CPPSPS4004A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4004A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems.

Title changed. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4005 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems   CPPSPS4005A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4005A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4006 Install, service and repair low voltage swimming pool and spa lighting systems   CPPSPS4006A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa low voltage lighting systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4006A Install, service and repair low voltage swimming pool and spa lighting systems.

Title changed. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4007 Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment   CPPSPS4007A Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4007A Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

 
CPPSPS4008 Install, service and repair spas   CPPSPS4008A Install, service and repair spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4008A Install, service and repair spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4009 Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services   CPPSPS4009A Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4009A Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4012 Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4012A Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4012A Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4013 Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4013A Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to

CPPSPS4013A Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4014 Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4014A Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4014A Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4016 Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services   CPPSPS4016A Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4016A Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4017 Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4017A Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4017A Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPUPM3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides CPPPMT3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides

CPPPMT3006

Manage pests by applying pesticides

 

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests

CPPPMT3008

Inspect for and report on timber pests

 

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3010 Control timber pests CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3042 Install termite management systems CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM4001 Assess and select pest management vehicle and equipment CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4002 Schedule, organise and monitor pest management operations

CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations

CPPPMT3029

Plan and schedule pest management operations

 

Supersedes and is not equivalent to

CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations and also

CPPPMT3029 Plan and schedule pest management operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4003 Assess and advise on pest management options for sensitive operations CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high risk operations  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high risk operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4004 Assess and advise on pest management options for complex operations CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high risk operations  

New unit

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high risk operations

N
CPPUPM4005 Implement and monitor pest management plans for sensitive operations CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high risk operations  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high risk operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4006 Implement and monitor pest management plans for complex operations     New unit  

Note: the following table outlines the units of competency and qualification that were proposed for deletion from the National Register in Release 9.0 of the CPP Property Services Training Package.

These training package components were proposed for deletion due to:

  • the significant overlap and duplication of intended outcomes between existing units of competency
  • low enrolments figures.
Unit code Unit title Rationale
CPPHSA4006A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour as a home sustainability assessor Significant overlap with CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour, which has been updated to CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour.
CPPHSA4008A Apply sustainability principles, legislation and information on government programs

Incorporated into relevant updated units.

Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements;

Assess household water use and efficiency improvements;

Assess household waste generation and options to improve waste management.

CPPHSA4010A Estimate the cost of home sustainability measures

Significant overlap with CPPHSA4017A Cost measures to improve thermal performance of residential buildings, also recommended for deletion.

The TAG advised that NatHERS and Home Sustainability Assessors don’t do formal estimates but rather provide indicative costs. The concepts of indicative costs and cost effectiveness are reflected in the units.

CPPHSA4011A Collect information to support NatHERS assessment Embedded in updated unit CPPHES4004Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings.
CPPHSA4013A Conduct NatHERS assessment of existing residential buildings Significant overlap with CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential building. Updated unit refers to both existing and planned.
CPPHSA4014A Meet regulatory requirements when completing NatHERS assessments Embedded in relevant updated units CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings, CPPHES5001 Conduct thermal performance assessment of complex residential buildings.
CPPHSA4016A Advise on options for enhancing thermal performance of residential buildings Embedded in relevant units.
CPPHSA4017A Cost measures to improve thermal performance of residential buildings Significant overlap with CPPHSA4010A Estimate the costs of home sustainability measures, also recommended for deletion. The TAG advised that NatHERS and Home Sustainability Assessors don’t do costings but rather provide indicative costs. The concepts of indicative costs and cost effectiveness are reflected in the units.
CPPHSA5002A Assess thermal performance and energy efficiency of residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5003A Manage quality assurance of NatHERS assessments

0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.

Auditing units, which address quality assurance have been imported into the qualification elective bank.

CPPHSA5004A Educate clients about thermal efficiency of residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5005A Peer review NatHERS assessments 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5006A Promote low and zero carbon energy technologies in residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPP51012 Diploma of Residential Building Energy Assessment Data obtained from NCVER and the National Register of VET (training.gov.au) shows zero demand for the course. As no RTO has had it on scope, nor have there been any enrolments, the qualification will lapse.

Release 8.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 8.0 CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPREP3001 Comply with ethical practice in real estate   CPPDSM3018B Identify risks to agency operations

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM3018B Identify risks to agency operations.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3002 Communicate effectively to support customer service in real estate

CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry

CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry

 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry
  • CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication.

N
CPPREP3003 Access and process property information in real estate  
  • CPPDSM3006B Collect and process property information
  • CPPDSM3015B Use and maintain property and client information databases

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3006B Collect and process property information and
  • CPPDSM3015B Use and maintain property and client information databases.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3101 Assist in listing and marketing properties for lease  
  • CPPDSM3001A Assist in listing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM3003A Assist in marketing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM4010A Lease property

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3001A Assist in listing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM3003A Assist in marketing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM4010A Lease property.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3102 Assist in listing and marketing properties for sale  
  • CPPDSM3002A Assist in listing properties for sale
  • CPPDSM3004A Assist in marketing properties for sale

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3002A Assist in listing properties for sale
  • CPPDSM3004A Assist in marketing properties for sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3103 Assist with the sale of properties   CPPDSM3005A Assist with the sale of properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3005A Assist with the sale of properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP3104 Assist with maintaining and protecting condition of managed properties   CPPDSM3008A Maintain and protect condition of managed properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3008A Maintain and protect condition of managed properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP3105 Assist with property inspection CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities CPPDSM3014A Undertake property inspection

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities and
  • CPPDSM3014A Undertake property inspection.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
  • CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry
  • CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry
 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry, and
  • CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication.

N
CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
  • CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
  • CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work,
  • CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work,
  • CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk, and
  • CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate   CPPDSM4002A Apply knowledge of state or territory legislative and regulatory framework to complete agency work

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4002A Apply knowledge of state or territory legislative and regulatory framework to complete agency work.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate   CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts  
  • CPPDSM4006A Establish and manage agency trust accounts
  • CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4006A Establish and manage agency trust accounts
  • CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease  
  • CPPDSM4003A Appraise property
  • CPPDSM4012A List property for sale
  • CPPDSM4025A Advise on performance of asset
  • CPPDSM4030A Appraise rural property
  • CPPDSM4064A Participate in research of property investment

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4003A Appraise property
  • CPPDSM4012A List property for sale
  • CPPDSM4025A Advise on performance of asset
  • CPPDSM4030A Appraise rural property
  • CPPDSM4064A Participate in research of property investment.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4102 Market property  
  • CPPDSM4014A Market property for sale
  • CPPDSM4061A Obtain prospects for listing

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4014A Market property for sale
  • CPPDSM4061A Obtain prospects for listing.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships  
  • CPPDSM4056A Manage conflict and disputes in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4060A Negotiate sale and manage sale to completion or settlement
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4056A Manage conflict and disputes in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4060A Negotiate sale and manage sale to completion or settlement.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships     New unit of competency.  
CPPREP4105 Sell property  
  • CPPDSM4017A Negotiate effectively in property transactions
  • CPPDSM4021A Sell and finalise sale of rural property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4067A Plan for and complete sale of rural property by auction
  • CPPDSM4078A Sell rural property by tender

Supersedes but is not equivalent to

  • CPPDSM4017A Negotiate effectively in property transactions
  • CPPDSM4021A Sell and finalise sale of rural property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4067A Plan for and complete sale of rural property by auction
  • CPPDSM4078A Sell rural property by tender.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships  
  • CPPDSM4011A List property for lease
  • CPPDSM4013A Market property for lease
  • CPPDSM4016A Monitor and manage lease or tenancy agreement
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4011A List property for lease
  • CPPDSM4013A Market property for lease
  • CPPDSM4016AMonitor and manage lease or tenancy agreement.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships   CPPDSM4046A Manage tenancy disputes

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4046A Manage tenancy disputes.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4124 End tenancy     New unit.  
CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts     New unit.  
CPPREP4141 Establish and maintain property management portfolio     New unit.  
CPPREP4142 Promote property management products and services     New unit.  
CPPREP4161 Undertake pre-auction processes     New unit.  
CPPREP4162 Conduct and complete sale by auction  
  • CPPDSM4004A Conduct auction
  • CPPDSM4019A Prepare for auction and complete sale
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4004A Conduct auction
  • CPPDSM4019A Prepare for auction and complete sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4163 Complete post-auction process and contract execution     New unit of competency.  
CPPREP4171 Represent buyer in sales process   CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4172 Develop and promote property industry knowledge - buyer’s agent     New unit.  
CPPREP4173 Complete purchase of property as buyer’s agent     New unit.  
CPPREP4181 Manage onsite residential property     New unit.  
CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information CPPDSM4032A Arrange valuation of facilities and assets
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information
  • CPPDSM4032A Arrange valuation of facilities and assets.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks     New unit.  
CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale   CPPDSM4036A Broker sale of industrial, commercial and retail property

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4036A Broker sale of industrial, commercial and retail property.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4204 Establish commercial property lease  
  • CPPDSM4041A Contribute to development of a tenancy mix strategy
  • CPPDSM4050A Lease industrial, commercial and retail property
  • CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4041A Contribute to development of a tenancy mix strategy
  • CPPDSM4050A Lease industrial, commercial and retail property
  • CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4231 Manage commercial property maintenance
  • CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract
  • CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities
  • CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4043A Coordinate fit-out of property and facilities
  • CPPDSM4058A Monitor service requirements in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4059A Monitor space use in the property industry

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract
  • CPPDSM4043A Coordinate fit-out of property and facilities
  • CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities
  • CPPDSM4058A Monitor service requirements in the property industry,
  • CPPDSM4059A Monitor space use in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4232 Manage commercial property financial reports     New unit.  
CPPREP4233 Manage lessee relationships - commercial   CPPDSM4062A Occupy space

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4062A Occupy space.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4234 Manage lessor relationships – commercial     New unit.  
CPPREP4235 End commercial property lease     New unit.  
CPPREP4261 Appraise business for sale  
  • CPPDSM4029A Appraise business
  • CPPDSM4079A Work in the business broking sector
  • CPPDSM5033A Merge or acquire a business
  • CPPDSM5038A Value a business
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4029A Appraise business
  • CPPDSM4079A Work in the business broking sector
  • CPPDSM5033A Merge or acquire a business
  • CPPDSM5038A Value a business.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4262 Establish vendor relationships in business broking     New unit.  
CPPREP4263 Manage buyer relationships in business broking     New unit.  
CPPREP4264 Manage the sales process in business broking  
  • CPPDSM4053A List business for sale
  • CPPDSM4069A Promote and market listed business
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4053A List business for sale and
  • CPPDSM4069A Promote and market listed business.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4301 Confirm and market livestock for sale  
  • CPPDSM4068A Prepare livestock for sale at saleyards
  • CPPDSM4075A Select livestock for sale
  • Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPDSM4068A Prepare livestock for sale at saleyards
  • CPPDSM4075A Select livestock for sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4302 Prepare livestock for sale   CPPDSM4077A Sell livestock by private sale

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4077A Sell livestock by private sale.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4303 Establish vendor and buyer relationships in livestock sale   CPPDSM4024A Advise clients on livestock sale and purchase options

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4024A Advise clients on livestock sale and purchase options.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4304 Complete sales process - livestock     New unit.  
CPPREP4501 Prepare to complete the sales process - off the plan properties     New unit.  
CPPREP4502 Support providers of social and community housing     New unit.  
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals.

Updated to meet industry currency.

E
CPPREP4504 Deliver presentations to clients in real estate   CPPDSM4018A Prepare and present property reports

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4018A Prepare and present property reports.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4505 Value goods, chattels, plant and equipment   CPPDSM4033A Assess and value goods, chattels, plant and equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4033A Assess and value goods, chattels, plant and equipment.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4506 Manage offsite and lone worker safety in real estate     New unit.  
CPPREP4507 Provide property sustainability information in real estate     New unit.  
CPPREP4508 Conduct livestock auction   CPPDSM4039A Conduct livestock sale by auction

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4039A Conduct livestock sale by auction.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4509 Auction goods, chattels or equipment   CPPDSM4038A Conduct goods, chattels or equipment clearing sale or auction

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4038A Conduct goods, chattels or equipment clearing sale or auction.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4510 Manage short-term or holiday letting     New unit.  
CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry.

Updated to meet industry currency.

N
CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices     New unit.  
CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry.

Updated to meet industry currency.

E
CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry   CPPDSM5012A Develop a strategic business plan in the real estate industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5012A Develop a strategic business plan in the real estate industry.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5008 Market the property agency   CPPDSM5032A Market the agency

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5032A Market the agency.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5009 Develop a marketing and service strategy in real estate   CPPDSM5014A Develop property marketing and sales strategy

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5014A Develop property marketing and sales strategy.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5020A Manage and monitor effective client service in the real estate industry
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry
  • CPPDSM5020A Manage and monitor effective client service in the real estate industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP5201 Develop and maintain commercial property market intelligence   New unit of competency. New unit.  
CPPREP5311 Develop and maintain rural property market knowledge and intelligence  
  • CPPDSM4037A Conduct auction of rural property
  • CPPDSM4073A Provide rural property management services
  • CPPDSM4081A Work in the stock and station agency sector

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4037A Conduct auction of rural property
  • CPPDSM4073A Provide rural property management services
  • CPPDSM4081A Work in the stock and station agency sector.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N

Release 7.1

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.1 CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.0 Comments E/N
CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures. CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures. E
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation E
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures E
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes Minor change to the Knowledge Evidence. E

Release 7.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 7.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security CPPSEC2001A Communicate effectively in the security industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2001A Communicate effectively in the security industry.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team

CPPSEC2003B Work effectively in the security industry

CPPSEC2005A Work as part of a security team

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC2003B Work effectively in the security industry and

CPPSEC2005A Work as part of a security team.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security CPPSEC2002A Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2002A Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations CPPSEC2004B Respond to security risk situation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2004B Respond to security risk situation.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients CPPSEC2006B Provide security services to clients

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2006B Provide security services to clients.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques CPPSEC2017A Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2017A Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security CPPSEC2015A Patrol premises

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2015A Patrol premises.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects and items to maintain security
  • CPPSEC2007A Screen people
  • CPPSEC2008A Screen items

Supersedes and is not equivalent to

  • CPPSEC2007A Screen people
  • CPPSEC2008A Screen items.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises
  • CPPSEC2011B Control access to and exit from premises
  • CPPSEC3017A Plan and conduct evacuation from premises
  • Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC2011B Control access to and exit from premises
  • CPPSEC3017A Plan and conduct evacuation from premises.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security
  • CPPSEC2012A Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour
  • CPPSEC2014A Operate basic security equipment

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2012A Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour
  • CPPSEC2014A Operate basic security equipment.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons CPPSEC1003A Apply security procedures for the responsible service of alcohol

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1003A Apply security procedures for the responsible service of alcohol.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises   New unit.  
CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables CPPSEC2013A Protect valuables in transit

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC2013A Protect valuables in transit.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC2114 Monitor electronic security equipment and respond to alarm events CPPSEC2018A Monitor electronic reporting facility

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2018A Monitor electronic reporting facility.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3102 Maintain operational safety and security of work environment CPPSEC3007A Maintain security of environment

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPSEC3007A Maintain security of environment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3103 Determine and implement response to security risk situation CPPSEC3003A Determine response to security risk situation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3003A Determine response to security risk situation.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3104 Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour CPPSEC2010A Protect safety of persons

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2010A Protect safety of persons.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3105 Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients CPPSEC3006A Coordinate a quality security service to clients

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3006A Coordinate a quality security service to clients.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3106 Gather, organise and present security information and documentation CPPSEC3005A Prepare and present security documentation and reports

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3005A Prepare and present security documentation and reports.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3107 Monitor security and coordinate response from control rooms CPPSEC3020A Monitor security from control room

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3020A Monitor security from control room.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3108 Store, protect and dispose of security information CPPSEC3012A Store and protect information

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3012A Store and protect information.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC3109 Use and maintain security databases and compile reports CPPSEC3021A Maintain and use security database

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3021A Maintain and use security database.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs

N
CPPSEC3110 Control persons using batons CPPSEC3014A Control persons using baton

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3014A Control persons using baton.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3111 Restrain persons using handcuffs CPPSEC3015A Restrain persons using handcuffs

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3015A Restrain persons using handcuffs.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3112 Manage training and well-being of dogs for security functions CPPSEC3010A Manage dogs for security functions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3010A Manage dogs for security functions.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3113 Handle dogs for security patrols CPPSEC3011A Handle dogs for security patrol

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3011A Handle dogs for security patrol.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3114 Control security risk situations using firearms CPPSEC3008A Control security risk situations using firearms

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3008A Control security risk situations using firearms.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3115 Carry, operate and maintain revolvers for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3117 Carry, operate and maintain shotguns for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3118 Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment and rectify faults CPPSEC3052A Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3052A Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3119 Implement cash-in-transit security procedures CPPSEC3051A Implement cash-in-transit security procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3051A Implement cash-in-transit security procedures.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3120 Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments
  • CPPSEC2027A Load and unload cash in transit in a secured environment
  • CPPSEC3050A Load and unload cash-in-transit in an unsecured environment

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2027A Load and unload cash in transit in a secured environment
  • CPPSEC3050A Load and unload cash-in-transit in an unsecured environment.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3122 Plan provision of close protection services CPPSEC3018A Provide for the safety of persons at risk

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3018A Provide for the safety of persons at risk.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC3123 Implement close protection services   New unit.  
CPPSEC3124 Prepare and present evidence in court CPPSEC3009A Prepare and present evidence in court

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3009A Prepare and present evidence in court.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3125 Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets CPPSEC1005A Apply critical infrastructure protection procedures Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC1005A Apply critical infrastructure protection procedures. Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs. N
CPPSEC3126 Defend persons using spray CPPSEC3016A Defend persons using spray

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPSEC3016A Defend persons using spray.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3127 Conduct security screening using x-ray equipment CPPSEC1006A Apply x-ray image interpretation procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1006A Apply x-ray image interpretation procedures.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3128 Conduct security screening using walk-through metal detection equipment CPPSEC1007A Apply walk through metal detection procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1007A Apply walk through metal detection procedures.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3129 Conduct security screening using explosive trace detection equipment CPPSEC1009A Apply Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1009A Apply Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) procedures.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3130 Conduct security screening using hand-held metal detectors CPPSEC1008A Apply hand-held metal detection procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1008A Apply hand-held metal detection procedures.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3131 Select, use and maintain body armour for security purposes   New unit.  

Release 6.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 6.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPCMN3005 Complete client documentation CPPCMN3005A Complete client documentation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN3005A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3009A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3001 Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely CPPSPS3001A Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3001A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3002 Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations CPPSPS3002A Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3002A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3003 Maintain swimming pools and spas CPPSPS3003A Routinely maintain swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3003A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3004 Maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems CPPSPS3004A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3004A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3005 Maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems CPPSPS3005A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3005A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3006 Maintain swimming pool cleaning and vacuuming systems CPPSPS3006A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3006A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3007 Maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems CPPSPS3007A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3007A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3008 Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry CPPSPS3008A Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3008A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3009 Maintain swimming pool and spa stock CPPSPS3009A Maintain swimming pool and spa stock

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3009A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3010 Sell swimming pool and spa products and services CPPSPS3010A Sell swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3010A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3011 Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing CPPSPS3011A Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3011A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3012 Access and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals CPPSPS3012A Read and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3012A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E

Release 5.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 5.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPCCL2008 Clean carpeted floors   New unit.  
CPPCCL2009 Perform basic stain removal from carpets   New unit.  
CPPCLO2002 Clean hard floor surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2005 Maintain glass surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2011 Maintain ceiling surfaces and fittings   New unit.  
CPPCLO2014 Clean and arrange furniture and fittings   New unit.  
CPPCLO2016 Clean wet surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2018 Sort, remove and recycle waste material   New unit.  
CPPCLO2032 Plan basic cleaning activities   New unit.  
CPPCLO2034 Maintain storage area and cleaning equipment   New unit.  
CPPCLO2036 Maintain external surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2042 Clean surfaces using microfibre equipment   New unit.  
CPPCLO2045 Clean rooms for guests and residents   New unit.  
CPPCMN2002 Participate in workplace safety arrangements CPPCMN2002A Participate in workplace safety arrangements

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN2002A.

Minor changes to performance criteria, Knowledge Evidence, and inclusion of Foundation Skills.

E
CPPCMN2004 Provide basic client service   New unit.  

Release 4.1

Updated training package with new imported unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry replacing superseded CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry.

Release 4.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 4.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPCLO3012 Repair and reinstall carpets
  • CPPCCL2006A Identify carpet fibre and construction
  • CPPCCL3011A Perform carpet repair and reinstallation
  • CPPCCL3012A Perform carpet colour repair and reinstallation

Single unit replaces combined content of three superseded units:

  • CPPCCL2006A Identify carpet fibre and construction
  • CPPCCL3011A Perform carpet repair and reinstallation
  • CPPCCL3012A Perform carpet colour repair and reinstallation

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and improve clarity.

E
CPPCLO3013 Clean window coverings CPPCLO3013A Clean window coverings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3013A Clean window coverings.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3014 Maintain clean-room environments CPPCLO3014A Maintain clean-room environments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3014A Maintain clean-room environments.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3015 Treat complex carpet stains CPPCCL3015A Perform advanced stain removal

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3015A Perform advanced stain removal.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3016 Apply topical treatments to carpets CPPCCL3016A Apply topical treatments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3016A Apply topical treatments.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3017 Clean wet areas CPPCLO2017A Clean wet areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2017A Clean wet areas.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3018 Clean and maintain furniture and fittings
  • CPPCLO2015A Maintain furniture, fittings and room dressing
  • CPPCLO3016A Wash furniture and fittings

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCLO2015A Maintain furniture, fittings and room dressing
  • CPPCLO3016A Wash furniture and fittings

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity. Performance criteria 2.2 and 3.1 added for use of drop sheets, and 2.4 and 3.3 for checking that fittings are in working order.

E
CPPCLO3019 Remove waste and recyclable materials CPPCLO2019A Sort and remove waste and recyclable materials

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2019A Sort and remove waste and recyclable materials.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3020 Pressure wash and clean surfaces CPPCLO3020A Clean using pressure washing

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3020A Clean using pressure washing

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3021 Clean industrial machinery CPPCLO3021A Clean industrial machinery

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3021A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3024 Clean fabric upholstery CPPCCL3014A Clean fabric upholstery

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3014A Clean fabric upholstery

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3029 Inspect sites prior to carpet cleaning CPPCCL3019A Inspect sites prior to cleaning or treatment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3019A Inspect sites prior to cleaning or treatment

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3030 Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpets
  • CPPCCL3018A Inspect sites with water damage
  • CPPCCL3020A Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpet

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCCL3018A Inspect sites with water damage
  • CPPCCL3020A Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpet

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and increase clarity.

N
CPPCLO3035 Maintain cleaning storage areas CPPCLO2035A Maintain cleaning storage areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2035A Maintain cleaning storage areas

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3036 Clean at heights CPPCLO3036A Clean at high levels

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3036A Clean at high levels

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3037 Clean external surfaces CPPCLO2037A Clean external surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2037A Clean external surfaces

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3038 Clean food-handling areas CPPCLO3038A Clean food-handling areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3038A Clean food-handling areas

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3040 Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings CPPCLO2010A Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2010A Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3043 Clean using microfibre and chemical-free techniques CPPCLO2043A Clean using microfibre techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2043A Clean using microfibre techniques

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove need to communicate benefits to clients.

E
CPPCLO3044 Prepare rooms for guests and residents CPPCLO2044A Prepare rooms for guests and residents

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2044A Prepare rooms for guests and residents

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3045 Clean high-touch surfaces CPPCLO3044A Clean using steam sanitising techniques

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCLO3044A Clean using steam sanitising techniques

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove references to use of steam and sanitisation and the need to communicate benefits to clients.

N
CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff   New unit.  
CPPCLO4002 Develop, implement and monitor new cleaning techniques   New unit.  
CPPCLO4003 Manage cleaning equipment maintenance and supply   New unit.  
CPPCLO4022 Schedule and monitor cleaning tasks CPPCLO4022A Organise and monitor cleaning operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4022A Organise and monitor cleaning operations

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO4024 Manage the supply of cleaning stores to the work site CPPCLO4024A Control the supply of resources to the work site

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4024A Control the supply of resources to the work site

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO4025 Provide quotation for cleaning services CPPCLO4025A Provide quotation for cleaning services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4025A Provide quotation for cleaning services

Minor changes to performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN3004 Respond to enquiries and complaints CPPCMN3004A Respond to enquiries and complaints

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN3004A Respond to enquiries and complaints

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity; edited content added to element 6, and element 7 deleted. Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPCMN3007 Support leadership in the workplace CPPCLO3039A Support leadership in the workplace

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3039A Support leadership in the workplace

Minor change to performance criterion 2.5 and assessment requirements for clarity.

Cleaning-specific content removed to enable unit to be recoded as common.

E
CPPCMN4001 Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability CPPCMN4001B Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4001B Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4004 Develop and manage client relations CPPCMN4004B Facilitate effective client relationships

Supersedes and is equivalent CPPCMN4004B Facilitate effective client relationships.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4007 Manage workplace safety arrangements CPPCMN4007A Manage workplace safety arrangements

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4007.

Changes to assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4008 Read plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings CPPCMN4008A Read and extract information from plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4007A Manage workplace safety arrangements

Change to title for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

Types of plans broadened to include lot and common property plans relevant to strata community schemes.

E
CPPCMN4009 Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability CPPCMN4009A Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4009A Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3007 Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry CPPDSM3007B Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3007B Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry CPPDSM3010B Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3010B Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities CPPDSM3011B Monitor building facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3011B Monitor building facilities

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry CPPDSM3016A Work in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3016A Work in the property industry

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3017 Work in the strata community management sector CPPDSM3017A Work in the strata community management sector

Unit replaces superseded non-equivalent unit: CPPDSM3017A Work in the strata community management sector

New elements and performance criteria to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with changes to elements and performance criteria and Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry CPPDSM3019B Communicate with clients as part of agency operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3019B Communicate with clients as part of agency operations.

Change to title to clarify relevance across property industry. Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3020 Source and extract information from strata plans   New unit.  
CPPDSM3021 Collect and process information relevant to strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4009 Interpret legislation to complete work in the property industry CPPDSM4009B Interpret legislation to complete agency work

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4009B Interpret legislation to complete agency work.

Change to title to clarify relevance across property industry. Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals CPPDSM4020A Present at tribunals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4020A Present at tribunals.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information CPPDSM4026A Analyse property and facility information

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4026A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4027 Analyse resource use in building operations CPPDSM4027A Analyse resource use in building operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4026A Analyse property and facility information.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4028 Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry CPPDSM4028A Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4028A Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4031 Arrange lease of space CPPDSM4031A Arrange lease of space

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4031A Arrange lease of space.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4034 Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement CPPDSM4034A Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4034A Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement.

Significant changes to elements and performance criteria to reflect industry practice and for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPDSM4040 Contribute to asset life cycle maintenance strategy CPPDSM4040A Contribute to life cycle maintenance strategy

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4040A Contribute to life cycle maintenance strategy.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract CPPDSM4042A Coordinate construction contract

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4042A Coordinate construction contract.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities CPPDSM4044A Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4044A Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4045 Facilitate meetings in the property industry CPPDSM4045A Facilitate meetings in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4045A Facilitate meetings in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4047 Implement and monitor procurement process CPPDSM4047A Implement and monitor procurement process.

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4047A Implement and monitor procurement process.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4048 Implement customer service strategies in the property industry CPPDSM4048B Implement customer service strategies in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4048B Implement customer service strategies in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties CPPDSM4049A Implement maintenance plan for managed properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4049A Implement maintenance plan for managed properties.

Minor change to title, elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4055 Maintain asset management system CPPDSM4055A Maintain asset management system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4055A Maintain asset management system.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4056 Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry CPPDSM4056A Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4056A Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM4057A Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4057A Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts CPPDSM4063A Participate in developing and establishing property or facilities contracts

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4063A Participate in developing and establishing property or facilities contracts.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4066 Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection CPPDSM4066A Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4066A Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4071 Promote process improvement in the property industry CPPDSM4071A Promote process improvement in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4071A Promote process improvement in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4072 Provide leadership in the property industry CPPDSM4072A Provide leadership in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4072A Provide leadership in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry CPPDSM4074A Select and appoint contractors in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4074A Select and appoint contractors in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4082 Monitor service requirements of owners and occupiers in strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4083 Terminate strata community   New unit.  
CPPDSM4084 Administer insurance for strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4085 Handle strata community funds held on trust   New unit.  
CPPDSM4086 Oversee preparation of strata community budgets   New unit.  
CPPDSM4087 Facilitate operation of owners’ committee   New unit.  
CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5006A Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5006A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5007 Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities CPPDSM5007A Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5007A Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry CPPDSM5009A Coordinate risk management system in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5009A Coordinate risk management system in the property industry.

Very minor change to title. Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM5018A Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5018A Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5025 Maintain public relations in the property industry CPPDSM5025A Maintain public relations in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5025A Maintain public relations in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5026 Manage a consultant property project team CPPDSM5026A Manage a consultant property project team

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5026A Manage a consultant property project team.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5027 Provide facilities and amenities for property users CPPDSM5027A Provide facilities and amenities for property users

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5027A Provide facilities and amenities for property users.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5029 Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry CPPDSM5029A Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5029A Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5030 Manage projects in the property industry CPPDSM5030A Manage projects in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5030A Manage projects in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5039 Meet legal requirements in managing strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM5040 Meet ethical and professional standards in managing strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM6007 Develop life cycle asset management plans CPPDSM6007A Develop life cycle asset management plan

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM6007A Develop life cycle asset management plan.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces CPPCLO2001A Maintain hard floor surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2001A Maintain hard floor surfaces.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3002 Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3002A Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3003A Replace a hard floor finish

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCLO3002A Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3003A Replace a hard floor finish

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity. Added performance criteria 2.4 and 3.3.

Included content from CPPCLO3003A.

N
CPPCLO3003 Clean using safe work practices
  • CPPCLO2033A Plan for safe and efficient cleaning activities
  • CPPCMN3003A Contribute to workplace safety arrangements

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPCLO2033A and CPPCMN3003A.

New element 4 added to cover finalising cleaning tasks.

CPPCLO2033A:

Performance criteria 1.3 and 1.6 addressing staff and time allocation for tasks and amending cleaning schedules, deleted

Element 3 relating to work site risks deleted and covered in new unit CPPCLO3005.

CPPCMN3003A:

Performance criteria 4.1 and 4.2 covering identifying and providing training removed and focus changed to undertaking training and coaching programs.

N
CPPCLO3004 Maintain carpeted floors CPPCLO2004A Maintain carpeted floors

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2004A Maintain carpeted floors.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work   New unit.  
CPPCLO3006 Clean carpets
  • CPPCCL2001A Use hot water extraction
  • CPPCCL2002A Use bonnet cleaning
  • CPPCCL2003A Use dry foam shampoo
  • CPPCCL2004A Use dry absorbent compound
  • CPPCCL2005A Use wet foam shampoo

Single unit replaces combined content of five superseded units:

  • CPPCCL2001A Use hot water extraction
  • CPPCCL2002A Use bonnet cleaning
  • CPPCCL2003A Use dry foam shampoo
  • CPPCCL2004A Use dry absorbent compound
  • CPPCCL2005A Use wet foam shampoo
N
CPPCLO3007 Remove carpet stains CPPCCL2007A Perform basic stain removal

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCCL2007A Perform basic stain removal.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to include steps required to finalise stain removal.

N
CPPCLO3008 Mitigate carpet water damage CPPCCL3008A Mitigate water damage

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3008A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3009 Clean glass surfaces CPPCLO2009A Clean glass surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2009A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3010 Apply odour control to carpets CPPCCL3010A Apply odour control to carpets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3010A Apply odour control to carpets.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3011 Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices CPPCMN3001B Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCMN3001B Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices.

Changes to sector component of code, title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to reflect needs of the cleaning sector.

N

Release 3.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 3.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPSIS2012 Assist in collecting basic spatial data CPPSIS2012A Assist in the collection of spatial data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS2012A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, better reflect industry practice, and remove the requirement to conduct operational maintenance of equipment.

N
CPPSIS2013 Store and retrieve basic spatial data CPPSIS2013A Assist in the storage and retrieval of spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS2013A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS2015 Assist with surveying and spatial field activities CPPSIS2015A Assist in field activity

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS2015A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS2016 Assist with load transfers CPPSIS2016A Assist with load transfer

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS2016A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, better reflect industry practice, and remove the requirement to operate a vehicle.

N
CPPSIS3011 Produce basic maps CPPSIS3011A Apply map presentation principles

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3011A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3015 Collect basic surveying data CPPSIS3015A Collect spatial data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS3015A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect industry practice and remove the requirement to conduct operational maintenance of equipment.

N
CPPSIS3016 Provide field support services for surveying and spatial projects CPPSIS3016A Provide field support services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3016A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS3018 Transfer loads CPPSIS3018A Transfer personnel and loads

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3018A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS3019 Produce basic plans of surveys CPPSIS3019A Perform basic drafting

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3019A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3020 Perform basic surveying computations CPPSIS3020A Perform basic surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3020A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data   New unit.  
CPPSIS4022 Store and retrieve spatial data CPPSIS4022A Store and retrieve spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4022A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4024 Source and assess spatial data CPPSIS4024A Collect and set out spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4024A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4025 Collect spatial data using GNSS CPPSIS4025A Collect basic GNSS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4025A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4026 Digitally enhance and process image data CPPSIS4026A Read and interpret image data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS4026A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect technologies and industry practice.

N
CPPSIS4027 Organise surveying field services CPPSIS4027A Organise field services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4027A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4030 Operate surveying equipment CPPSIS4030A Operate surveying equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4030A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4031 Perform surveying computations CPPSIS4031A Perform surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4031A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4032 Conduct field surveying operations CPPSIS4032A Plan and conduct survey expeditions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4032A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect current industry terminology and practice.

E
CPPSIS4034 Maintain spatial data CPPSIS4034A Maintain spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4034A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4035 Apply GIS software to solve spatial data problems CPPSIS4035A Apply GIS software to problem-solving techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4035A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4036 Operate spatial software applications CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4036A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4037 Produce computer-aided drawings CPPSIS4037A Produce computer-aided drawings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4037A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4038 Prepare and present GIS data CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4038A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps   New unit.  
CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data

Unit replaces superseded CPPSIS4029A.

Skills and knowledge relating to data set-out have been removed. Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to focus the work outcome on spatial data collection using a total station.

N
CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data

Unit replaces superseded CPPSIS4029A.

Skills and knowledge relating to data collection have been removed. Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to focus the work outcome on spatial data set-out relating to site and building works.

N
CPPSIS5031 Plan spatial data collection CPPSIS5031A Plan spatial data collection and validation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5031A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5032 Capture new spatial data CPPSIS5032A Capture new spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5032A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5035 Obtain and validate spatial data CPPSIS5035A Obtain and validate spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5035A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5036 Integrate spatial datasets CPPSIS5036A Integrate spatial datasets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5036A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5037 Maintain spatial data systems CPPSIS5037A Maintain complex spatial data systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5037A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5038 Develop spatial databases CPPSIS5038A Develop a complex spatial and spatial database

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5038A.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5039 Plan and implement spatial projects CPPSIS5039A Produce spatial project deliverables

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5039A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5040 Interpret and collate spatial data CPPSIS5040A Collate and interpret spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5040A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5043 Design spatial data storage systems CPPSIS5043A Design a spatial data storage system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5043A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5044 Develop subdivision survey designs for local government approval CPPSIS5044A Develop a subdivision survey design for local government approval

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5044A.

Licensing statement included relating to cadastral surveying. Minor change to title. Changes to elements and performance criteria to provide clarity. Significant changes to assessment requirements.

E
CPPSIS5046 Set out stormwater systems CPPSIS5046A Design a stormwater system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5046A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove the design focus and better reflect industry practice.

N
CPPSIS5047 Conduct GNSS surveys CPPSIS5047A Conduct an advanced GNSS data collection and set out survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5047A.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS5048 Conduct engineering surveys CPPSIS5048A Conduct an engineering survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5048A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS5049 Plan and implement surveying projects CPPSIS5049A Conduct an engineering surveying project

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5049A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5051 Apply land and planning law to surveying CPPSIS5051A Apply land and planning law to surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5051A.

Licensing statement included relating to cadastral surveying. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5052 Integrate surveying datasets CPPSIS5052A Integrate surveying datasets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5052A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5053 Perform advanced surveying computations CPPSIS5053A Perform advanced surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5053A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5054 Perform geodetic surveying computations CPPSIS5054A Perform geodetic surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5054A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5057 Conduct precision surveys CPPSIS5057A Carry out a precision survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5057A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5058 Conduct geodetic surveys CPPSIS5058A Conduct geodetic surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5058A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5060 Develop spreadsheets for spatial data CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5060A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, remove duplication, and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5061 Locate underground services in surveying practice CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5061A.

Licensing statement included. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5062 Conduct photogrammetric mapping CPPSIS5062A Conduct photogrammetric mapping

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5062A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS5064 Coordinate GIS data manipulation and analysis CPPSIS5064A Manipulate and analyse GIS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5064A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures

CPPSIS5050A Create engineering drawings

CPPSIS5056A Design road and railway

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPSIS5050A and CPPSIS5056A.

Two units merged into one work outcome covering the skills and knowledge required to use surveying methods to create drawings for basic engineering structures. Specialised design aspects have been removed.

N
CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys CPPSIS6021A Conduct open mine pit surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6021A.

Minor change to title. Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6022 Produce mine drawings CPPSIS6022A Create mine drawings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6022A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6025 Apply quality control measures to spatial products and services CPPSIS6025A Apply quality control measures to spatial information services industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6025A.

Minor change to title. Change to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS6031 Design basic mines CPPSIS6031A Carry out basic mine design

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6031A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6032 Conduct advanced GNSS control surveys CPPSIS6032A Conduct an advanced GNSS control survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6032A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6033 Conduct underground mine surveys CPPSIS6033A Conduct underground mine surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6033A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor change to title. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6034 Conduct mining geology operations CPPSIS6034A Conduct mining geology operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6034A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6035 Conduct complex engineering set-out surveys CPPSIS6035A Conduct complex engineering set out surveys

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6035A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6036 Monitor engineering structures CPPSIS6036A Monitor complex engineering surveying structures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6036A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS6037 Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis CPPSIS6037A Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6037A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS6040 Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations CPPSIS6040A Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6040A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS6041 Compile mine survey plans CPPSIS6041A Compile mine survey plan

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6041A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices CPPCMN4002B Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4002A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams

CPPCMN4005A Facilitate effective teamwork

CPPCMN4006A Facilitate effective workplace relationships

Unit replaces two superseded units: CPPCMN4005A and CPPCMN4006A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and improve clarity.

E
CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service CPPCMN2003A Provide effective client service

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCMN2003A.

Minor change to title. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to include need to obtain client agreement to provide service and need to obtain human resources to deliver service. Elements 5 and 7 deleted.

N

Release 2.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 2.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high-risk operations

CPPPMT3002A Assess pest management options

CPPPMT3009A Advise clients on pest management options

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPPMT3002A and CPPPMT3009A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criteria 5.3 and 5.4 deleted.

New element 6 relating to providing advice to the client added - covering PC5.3 and 5.4, and content from the now superseded CPPPMT3009A.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

* Refer to comment at table end for information relevant to recognition of prior learning (RPL) for holders of CPPPMT3009A.

E
CPPPMT3005 Manage pests without applying pesticides CPPPMT3005A Modify environment to manage pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3005A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Change to element 1 incorporating performance criteria 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides CPPPMT3006A Apply pesticides to manage pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3006A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Change to element 1 incorporating performance criteria 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high-risk operations CPPPMT3007A Implement pest management plans

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3007A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests CPPPMT3008A Inspect and report on timber pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3008A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criterion 3.4 added to cover requirements for further inspections in range of conditions.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests CPPPMT3010A Control timber pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3010A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments CPPPMT3011A Conduct fumigation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3011A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criterion 4.6 added.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment CPPPMT3017A Repair and maintain service equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3017A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles CPPPMT3018B Maintain equipment and chemical storage areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3018B.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity, particularly in regard to on-vehicle storage area only.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations CPPPMT3019A Organise and monitor pest management operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3019A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment CPPPMT3026A Select and obtain pest management vehicles, equipment and materials

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3026A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3029 Plan and schedule pest management operations CPPPMT3029A Plan and schedule pest management operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3029A.

Very minor edits to performance criteria.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems CPPPMT3042A Install physical termite barriers

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3042A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high-risk operations CPPPMT3043A Prepare and present pest management proposals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3043A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E

Release 1.0

CPP Property Services Training Package Release 1.0 CPP07 Property Services Training Package Comments E/N
CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects   New unit.  
CPPBDN4002 Research and apply compliance requirements to technical construction documentation   New unit.  
CPPBDN4003 Collect, apply and store building design project information   New unit.  
CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects   New unit.  
CPPBDN4005 Review and report structural integrity of building designs   New unit.  
CPPBDN4006 Import and transpose information from external sources into digital building design drawings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4007 Store and retrieve building design documentation   New unit.  
CPPBDN4008 Produce digital building design concept drawings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval   New unit.  
CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval   New unit.  
CPPBDN4012 Provide support to project building designers   New unit.  
CPPBDN4013 Produce construction detail drawings   New unit.  

Entry requirements

Entry requirements are the skills, knowledge and experience required to enter a qualification. These requirements may be expressed in terms of competency from a lower level qualification or vocational expertise - including job roles - or both. When entry requirements apply, they must be achieved prior to entering the qualification or being issued the qualification.

Entry requirements in the CPP qualifications aim to support learner pathways and strengthen vocational outcomes and align with the AQF Pathways Policy.

Urban Pest Management

The CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management qualification describes the skills needed by all urban pest managers and includes units required for licensing around the country. This qualification primarily deals with standard domestic and commercial environment.

The CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management is intended to build in this foundation for more complex work in high-risk and sensitive sites such as hospitals, aged care centres and food manufacturing/storage facilities. More complex and high-risk site work builds on this to include contribution to HACCP planning and management, food safety and health environmental considerations. This work has a higher level of responsibility and accountability and therefor requires a higher-level qualification.

Industry feels that entrants to the Certificate IV should have the minimum entry required to undertake the base function of a pest manager (i.e. the Certificate III, prior to entering the higher risk fields of work).

Regulation and licensing requirements implications for implementation

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Building Design

Most states and territories are now requiring the registration/licensing of a range of design and building practitioners. Queensland and Tasmania already have in place a three-tiered licensing regime (low rise license, medium rise and open license) which uses the national building design qualifications as the technical qualifications.

NSW is introducing the Design and Building Practitioners Bill, 2019 into Parliament in the week beginning 21 October 2019. It proposes that the registration of building designers will be based on the Building Design qualifications in the CPP Property Services Training Package.

It is anticipated that the ACT will follow NSW’s lead. South Australia and Western Australia are also considering a similar three-tiered system. Northern Territory does not currently have licensing requirements for building designers. However, the introduction of a licensing regime is under consideration.

In Victoria the licensing regime is a single tier enabling a registered building designer (architectural) to design buildings of all classes and types of construction, which is equivalent to the open license category. The Victorian accredited course, 2247VIC Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural) is accepted as the fulfilling the skills and knowledge requirement.

Jurisdiction Regulator
ACT Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
NSW Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
NT Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
QLD Queensland Building and Construction Commission
SA Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
TAS Department of Justice, Consumer, Building and Occupational Services
VIC Building Practitioners Board, Victorian Building Authority
WA Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.

Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

There are no licensing requirements applicable to become a NatHERS assessor. Note, to become an accredited NatHERS Assessor, you must maintain your accreditation with one of the following Assessor Accrediting Organisations (AAOs) operating nationally:

  • Australian Building Sustainability Association (ABSA)
  • Building Designers Association Victoria (BDAV)

Click on the following link for more information: http://www.nathers.gov.au/

Real Estate

Eleven of the twelve real estate skill sets have been developed to align with licensed outcomes in jurisdictions that license these activities.

Code Title
CPPSS00065 Residential Property Sales
CPPSS00066 Residential Property Management
CPPSS00067 Property Management Business Development
CPPSS00068 Auctioneering
CPPSS00069 Buyer’s Agent
CPPSS00070 Onsite Property Management
CPPSS00071 Commercial Sales and Leasing
CPPSS00072 Commercial and Property Management
CPPSS00073 Business Broking
CPPSS00074 Stock and Station, Stock
CPPSS00075 Stock and Station, Station
CPPSS00076 Administration Management/Office Support
Licensing requirements: Real Estate
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

ACT Government, Access Canberra

https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Department of Fair Trading, New South Wales

https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/

Northern Territory (NT)

Northern Territory Government

https://nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Queensland Government

https://www.qld.gov.au/

South Australia (SA)

South Australia Government

https://www.sa.gov.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Property Agents Board of Tasmania

http://www.propertyagentsboard.com.au/

Victoria (Vic)

Department of Consumer Affairs

https://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/

Western Australia (WA)

Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety

https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/

Regulators are recommended to update their licensing frameworks to align licensing requirements with these real estate skill sets.

Implementation timelines may vary as states and territories will need to review and update regulatory requirements.

Existing license holders should not be impacted by these changes.

Security

Six skill sets have been developed to align with licence endorsements in jurisdictions that license these activities:

Code Title
CPPSS00059 Baton and Handcuffs Endorsement
CPPSS00060 Canine Endorsement
CPPSS00061 Cash-in-Transit Endorsement
CPPSS00062 Control Room Operations Endorsements
CPPSS00063 Firearms Endorsement
CPPSS00064 Monitoring Centre Operations Endorsements

Regulators should consider updating their licensing frameworks to align licensing requirements with these security skill sets.

Implementation timelines may vary as states and territories will need to review and update regulatory requirements. Existing license holders should not be impacted by these changes.

Licensing requirements: Security Operations
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Office of Regulatory Services

https://link.fsdf.org.au/agency/office-regulatory-services

New South Wales (NSW)

Security Licensing & Enforcement Directorate

https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/online_services/security_licensing_and_enforcement_directorate

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Business

https://business.nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Office of Fair Trading

https://www.qld.gov.au/law/fair-trading

South Australia (SA)

Consumer and Business Services

https://www.cbs.sa.gov.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Department of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading

https://www.cbos.tas.gov.au/home

Victoria (Vic)

Victorian Police Department Licensing and Regulation Division

http://www.police.vic.gov.au/content.asp?Document_ID=114

Western Australia (WA)

WA Police Licensing and Regulation (Security)

https://www.police.wa.gov.au/About-Us/Our-agency/Police-Licensing-Services/Security


Cleaning Operations

Cleaning operations is not a licensed occupation.

Urban Pest Management

Urban pest management is a licensed occupation, where the minimum requirement for operating as an independent pest manager in all jurisdictions except Western Australia (WA) is the attainment of the skill set CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests.

There are two other skill sets used for licensing and these are:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests.

Many people employed in the pest management industry will attain one or more of these skill sets, depending on the core business of the company employing them, or if entering into the sector themselves, on which services they wish to offer as an owner-operator.

The use of these skill sets for licensing sub-sectors of the industry goes some way to explaining the relatively low enrolment and completion figures for the Certificate III in Pest Management compared to the number of companies and technicians operating in the pest management sector.

Western Australia allows for a person who has achieved competence in the unit CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides to obtain a provisional licence. This provisional licence is valid for 12 months - to continue to practise as a pest management technician, provisional licence holders in WA must achieve the Certificate III in Urban Pest Management (13 units of competency) over twelve months.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing requirements: Urban pest management
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

ACT Territory and Municipal Services

http://www.tams.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Work Cover NSW

http://www.workcover.nsw.gov.au

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Health

http://www.health.nt.gov.au

Queensland (Qld)

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

http://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au

Queensland Health

http://www.health.qld.gov.au

South Australia (SA)

SA Health

http://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

Tasmania (TAS)

Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au

Victoria (Vic)

Department of Human Services

http://www.dhs.vic.gov.au/home

Western Australia (WA)

Department of Health

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au


Surveying and Spatial Information Services

There is currently no common licensing regime in Australia for the use of spatial data. Government agencies, individual organisations and businesses have their own separate agreements and licensing arrangements in place.

Cadastral and mining surveying are licensed activities with regulatory requirements differing across the states and territories. It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory regulatory authorities to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing Requirements: Surveying and Spatial Information Services
Jurisdiction Licensing Authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Surveying licensing

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors in the ACT under the Surveying Act 2007. Surveyors are registered with the NSW Board of Surveying and Spatial Information and registration is transferred to the ACT upon application.

Regulatory authority

ACT Planning and Land Authority

Ground Floor South, Dame Pattie Menzies House

16 Challis Street, Dickson ACT 2602

T: 02 6207 1923

W: www.planning.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Surveying licensing

The Board of Surveying and Spatial Information of NSW is constituted under the Surveying Act 2002 to provide for the registration of land and mining surveyors, to regulate the making of surveys and to advise the Minister on spatial information.

Registration is available for land surveying (cadastral, land and town planning) and mine surveying. A surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Board of Surveying and Spatial Information of NSW

PO Box 143, Bathurst NSW 2795

T: 02 6332 8238

E: bossi@lpi.nsw.gov.au

W: www.bossi.nsw.gov.au

Northern Territory (NT)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory is constituted under Section 8 of the Licensed Surveyors Act to regulate the practice of land boundary surveying and the registration of land boundary surveyors.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory

GPO Box 1154, Darwin NT 0801

T: 08 8999 1826

W: www.surveyorsboard.nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board Queensland is constituted under Section 7 of the Surveyors Act 2003. It keeps a register of surveyors who have been assessed as competent. Registered surveyors are required to adhere to a Code of Practice.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board Queensland

PO Box 656, Spring Hill QLD 4000

T: 07 3839 7744

E: admin@sbq.com.au

W: http://sbq.com.au/

South Australia (SA)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board of South Australia is a sub-committee of the Institution of Surveyors Australia. It is responsible for the registration or licensing of land boundary surveyors under the Survey Act 1992 of South Australia.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board of South Australia

GPO Box 1349, Adelaide SA 5001

T: 08 8212 0343

E: board@isasa.org.au

W: www.surveyorsboardsa.org.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Surveying licensing

The Tasmanian Land Surveyors Accreditation Board (TLSAB) is the body that assesses the professional competence of a person seeking registration to practise as a land surveyor under the provisions of the Surveyors Act 2002. The requirements for registration as a land surveyor are stipulated in the Surveyors Regulations 2003.

As in other jurisdictions, registration is compulsory to undertake cadastral surveying but not required for surveying technicians or survey assistants while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Tasmanian Land Surveyors Accreditation Board

GPO Box 1194, Hobart TAS 7001

T: 03 6272 2034

E: tlsab@istas.asn.au

W: www.tassurveyorsboard.org.au/tlsab.nsf

Victoria (Vic)

Surveying licensing

In Victoria, a surveyor who performs cadastral surveys must be licensed under the Surveying Act 2004 and be registered with the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria. Cadastral surveying is the process of determining the legal boundaries of property. A licensed surveyor is the only person legally entitled to undertake such a survey.

If you are registered as a licensed surveyor in another jurisdiction (national or international), you may apply for registration in Victoria under the Mutual Recognition Act 1992 or via the Overseas Qualifications Unit (OQU).

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria

Level 17, 570 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3001

T: 03 8636 2555

E: info@surveyorsboard.vic.gov.au

W: www.surveyorsboard.vic.gov.au/

Western Australia (WA)

Surveying licensing

In Western Australia, a surveyor who performs cadastral surveys must be licensed under the Licensed Surveyors Act 1909 and registered with the Land Surveyors Licensing Board of Western Australia.

As in other jurisdictions, registration is compulsory to undertake cadastral surveying but not required for surveying technicians or survey assistants while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Land Surveyors Licensing Board of Western Australia

PO Box 2222, Midland WA 6936

T: 08 9273 7104

W: www.lslb.wa.gov.au


Strata Community Management

The licensing requirements for strata managers differ in each state and territory and are summarised in the table below.

The regulatory departmental names and contact details provided in the table below are subject to change, and users are advised to check with the source.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing requirements: Strata Community Management
Jurisdiction Licensing Authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Office of Regulatory Services

http://www.ors.act.gov.au/

ACT does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

New South Wales (NSW)

NSW Office of Fair Trading

http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/

NSW has occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Justice

http://www.nt.gov.au/justice/licenreg

NT has occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Queensland (Qld)

Office of Fair Trading

http://www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au/property-agents-managers.htm

Qld does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

South Australia (SA)

Office of Consumer and Business Affairs

http://www.ocba.sa.gov.au/

SA does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Tasmania (TAS)

Property Agents Board

http://www.propertyagentsboard.com.au/

Tas does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Victoria (Vic)

Business Licensing Authority

http://www.bla.vic.gov.au/

Vic does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Western Australia (WA)

Consumer Protection, Department of Commerce

https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/consumer-protection/licences-and-registrations

WA does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

In addition to specific regulatory or licensing requirements for working as strata community manager, companies and personnel must comply with environmental, industrial and work health and safety legislation and regulations.

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

The licensing requirements for swimming pool and spa service differ in each state and Territory and are summarised in the table below.

The regulatory departmental names and contact details provided in the table below are subject to change, and users are advised to check with the source.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Industry Bodies and Associations: Swimming Pool and Spa Service
Organisation
Swimming Australia: www.swimming.org.au
Swimming Pool and Spa Association (SPASA): www.spasa.com.au
Jurisdiction Association
New South Wales www.spasa.org.au
South Australia www.spasaadelaide.com.au
Victoria www.spasavic.com.au
Western Australia www.spasawa.com.au
Regulators
Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB): www.abcb.gov.au
Jurisdiction Regulator
NSW

Planning & Infrastructure: www.planning.nsw.gov.au

Division of Local Government, Department of Premier & Cabinet: www.dlg.nsw.gov.au

VIC

Victorian Building Authority: www.vba.vic.gov.au

State Government of Victoria

SA

Government of South Australia

Department of Planning and Local Government - Planning in South Australia

Website: www.planning.sa.gov.au

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure - Office of Local Government

Website: https://dpti.sa.gov.au/local_govt

WA

Government of Western Australia

Department of Regional Development

Website: www.drd.wa.gov.au

Department of Local Government and Communities

Website: dlgc.communities.wa.gov.au

QLD

Queensland Government

Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs

Website: www.dlgrma.qld.gov.au

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

Website: www.qbcc.qld.gov.au/home-building-owners/pool-safety/overview

TAS

Tasmania Government

Department of Justice - Planning

Website: www.wst.tas.gov.au/industries/building

Department of Premier and Cabinet - Local Government Division

Website: www.dpac.tas.gov.au/divisions/lgd

ACT

ACT Government

ACT Planning & Land Authority

Website: www.actpla.act.gov.au

NT

Northern Territory Government

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics

Website: https://dipl.nt.gov.au/

Department of Housing and Community Development

Website: https://dhcd.nt.gov.au/

The table below provides details about Standards that may be of interest to those within the private pools and spas industry, including:

  • Australian Standards and safety
  • workplace occupational health and safety
  • water and energy conservation
  • national training and licensing standards.

*This is not an exhaustive list and users should also check with their local regulator and licensing authority.

Information on the key features of the Training Package and the industry that will impact on the selection of training pathways

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To meet the demands of industry and the requirements of VET stakeholders, training packages and the qualifications and units they contain are subject to change.

Training Packages are version controlled and users are advised to check training.gov.au for the latest version of CPP Property Services Training Package.

From 2015 onwards, further versions of this Training Package will be released as more qualifications, skill sets, and units of competency are transitioned into CPP from CPP07.

Training and assessment pathways

Pathways generally define a path or sequence of learning or experiences that can be followed to attain competency. They are not mandatory and may vary depending on the qualification or training program and the needs of the learner. They should be based on the learner’s education and experience and the needs of the workplace as required.

Assessment by any pathway must comply with the assessment requirements associated with the unit of competency and the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) current at the time of assessment.

Maintaining currency in the Property Services Training Package

To effectively deliver and assess against Property Services Training Package units of competency, trainers and assessors will need to maintain currency of knowledge, skills and industry experience.

It is strongly recommended that to maintain their vocational currency, trainers and assessors should have undertaken work experience or professional development related to the industry sector for the respective qualification within the past two years.

Assessment conditions

The assessment requirements document that relates to each CPP Property Services Training Package unit of competency contains an Assessment Conditions section that lists a range of requirements for assessment, typically under the following categories:

  • equipment
  • materials
  • specifications
  • relationships with team member and supervisor
  • relationship with clients.

Where training and assessment are conducted in a real work site, safety and workplace induction requirements for RTO staff and learners may apply. In these situations, RTOs must ensure that any requirements to access and operate on the worksite are met. This may include the safe handling and operation of plant, equipment and materials. When training and assessment are conducted in a close simulation to the workplace, RTOs are also required to follow safety requirements related to the simulated worksite.


Industry Information

Industry sectors

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Industry Sectors Covered in CPP Training package
Competency Field Code Identifier
Building Design BDN
Cleaning Operations CLO
Common CMN
Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability HES
Real Estate REP
Security Operations SEC
Strata Community Management DSM
Surveying and Spatial Information Services SIS
Swimming Pool and Spa Service SPS
Urban Pest Management UPM
Waste Management WMT

Occupational outcomes

Training Package qualifications in are usually aligned to occupational outcomes for each of the industry-specific sectors.

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Occupational Outcomes of CPP Qualifications
Qualification Occupational outcome Comments
CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

This qualification applies to those undertaking pre-vocational programs or entering the workforce and working under close supervision and possibly assisting in simple surveying or spatial information services activities.

They can operate in the field and may use a computer to assist in collecting, storing and retrieving basic spatial data.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations

This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting or guarding property while unarmed, and screening entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises.

This qualification is intended to align with the occupational licencing outcomes of an unarmed guard or crowd control security officer.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security

This is a qualification for security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property and prevent or minimise loss and damage. Equipment and systems cover a range of technologies from stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and internet protocol (IP) video security systems (VSS), and include:

  • intruder alarms
  • internal and external detection sensors
  • access control
  • biometric access control devices
  • monitoring or surveillance systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • audio or visual recording systems
  • electric, electro-magnetic locking systems.
Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have a defined and limited range of cleaning operational skills and basic industry knowledge. They are mainly involved in routine and repetitive tasks and work under supervision.

This qualification provides a pathway to further learning and work in various cleaning roles and settings including but not limited to:

  • administration, support and correctional services;
  • health care and social assistance;
  • accommodation and food services, and
  • education and training.
No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

This qualification reflects the roles of pest management technicians who identify common urban pests, assess pest problems, consider pest management options, develop pest management plans, liaise with customers and implement pest management strategies.

In most cases, the technician will work alone and have responsibility for managing chemicals and equipment used in pest management as well as for a pest management vehicle, including the vehicle storage area. In the case of complex or high-risk operations the technician may work as part of a team.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to pest management in all states and territories.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

This qualification reflects the role of surveying or spatial information assistants. These people provide support under supervision to a surveying and spatial information services team.

They perform a range of duties, from collecting basic spatial data and providing field support services, to simple drafting and map production.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some States where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

This entry level qualification into the cleaning industry reflects the role of Cleaning Operators responsible for undertaking a range of routine and non-routine tasks according to work schedules, liaising with clients and in some cases members of the public, and operating in a range of general residential and commercial settings as well as specialist cleaning environments.

Cleaning Operators typically work alone or under limited supervision and have responsibility for selecting, preparing and using appropriate cleaning methods for a range of cleaning situations while ensuring safe work practices.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management

This qualification reflects the role of those involved in working in administrative and support roles in the strata community management sector.

In most situations, the individual will work as part of a strata community management team and will assist with the administration of strata communities by facilitating meetings of strata community members, monitoring the condition of building facilities and maintaining financial records associated with the management of strata communities.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to strata community management in some states and territories.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security

This is a qualification for experienced security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property, and prevent or minimise loss and damage. Equipment and systems cover a range of technologies from stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and internet protocol (IP) video security systems (VSS), and include:

  • intruder alarms
  • internal and external detection sensors
  • access control
  • biometric access control devices
  • monitoring or surveillance systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • audio or visual recording systems
  • electric, electro-magnetic locking systems.
Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services

This is a qualification for investigators, responsible for factual investigation and inquiry work or covert surveillance operations. Investigators operate under limited supervision and use discretion and judgement to search for information about a person’s character, actions or work and gather evidence that may be used in court.

Occupational titles may include:

  • inquiry agent
  • private investigator.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to investigative services in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management

This qualification is for those engaged in waste management who undertake waste collection and processing across a range of government and private sectors involved in municipal, solid, commercial, industrial, construction and demolition waste management.

Job roles and titles vary across the waste management industry and fall within two key areas of activity:

  • collection: waste collection and transfer
  • processing: waste treatment, disposal, remediation and resource recovery.

Individuals with this qualification perform tasks in varied contexts, which involve known routines, methods and procedures, and judgement in recognising waste types and managing hazards.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to the operation of vehicles, plant and equipment used in waste management in some jurisdictions and should be confirmed prior to commencing this qualification. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service

This is an entry level

Qualification that provides the competencies required by swimming pool and spa technicians to routinely maintain swimming pools and spas in domestic, commercial and public

Settings.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting and guarding property, and screening entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises. Occupational titles include security officer, unarmed guard or crowd controller. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations This qualification reflects the role of a close protection operative who is responsible for providing security services to protect the safety and security of principals who may be celebrities, political figures, very important persons (VIPs) or other persons requiring close protection services. This qualification provides an occupational licence outcome of a close protection operative. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice

This qualification reflects the role of administration staff within the real estate sector of the property services industry who apply knowledge of agency procedures, forms and documents; knowledge of customer service standards and customer expectations; knowledge of real estate services and technical processes to support real estate agency operational functions.

Occupational titles include:

  • Real Estate Agent Office Assistant
  • Real Estate Sales Assistant
  • Assistant Property Manager
  • Marketing and Administration Assistant.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting

This qualification reflects the role of entry level drafters who support building designers and architects. Drafters produce drawings and documentation and use CAD software to draft and document residential Class 1 and 10 building designs under the supervision of licensed or accredited building designers or architects.

Practice at this level is underpinned by the knowledge of construction methods and materials and the application of relevant compliance, planning and building requirements for Class 1 and 10 buildings.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Building design
  • Architects.

Class 1 and 10 building classifications are defined in the National Construction Code (NCC).

Licensing requirements apply to building design in some states or territories. For further information check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying

This qualification reflects the role of surveying technicians who work under supervision to support a surveying team.

They perform a range of duties using surveying tools and equipment, including total stations and global navigation satellite systems (GNSS).

Occupational titles may include:

  • Surveying Technician
  • Surveyor’s Assistant

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some States where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services

This qualification reflects the role of geographic information systems (GIS) technicians who work under supervision to support a spatial information services team.

They perform a range of duties using various geospatial technologies including global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) and specialised geospatial software.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

This qualification reflects the role of cleaning industry personnel who use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of cleaning management contexts.

They may be responsible for wide-ranging operational cleaning management activities and are also responsible for managing staff, providing quotations, planning and overseeing work, and providing customer support.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management

This qualification reflects the role of those involved in providing management services for strata communities.

In most situations, the individual will work independently but may operate as part of a strata community management team. In this role, the person will perform all functions associated with the administration of strata communities, including facilitating meetings of strata community members, administering insurance for strata communities, handling strata community funds, as well as maintaining business records and reporting on the financial activities of strata communities.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to strata community management in some States.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management

This is a qualification for investigators, responsible for factual investigation and inquiry work or covert surveillance operations. Investigators operate under limited supervision and use discretion and judgement to search for information about a person’s character, actions or work and gather evidence that may be used in court.

Occupational titles may include:

  • inquiry agent
  • private investigator.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to investigative services in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management

This qualification is for those in waste management specialisation roles in waste collection, processing, minimisation and recovery operations in supervisory, leadership or sales roles. Waste management operations are undertaken across a range of government and private sectors involved in municipal, solid, commercial, industrial, construction and demolition waste management.

Individuals operating in these waste management specialisation roles apply solutions to a defined range of predictable and unpredictable problems, and provide leadership and guidance to others.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to the operation of waste management facilities by the respective environmental protection authority (EPA) in some jurisdictions and should be confirmed prior to commencing this qualification. For further information, check with the relevant EPA.
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

This is a qualification for thermal performance assessors and home sustainability assessors.

Thermal performance assessors operate under the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) to rate the energy efficiency of a home based on its design. They use government approved software and information obtained from residential building plans and drawings to model potential consumption of energy for heating and cooling purposes and assess and certify the thermal performance of homes based on a ten-star rating system.

Home sustainability assessors provide advice to homeowners seeking to improve the efficiency, cost to run, sustainability and comfort needs of their household. They conduct on-site assessments of residences and advise on opportunities to improve comfort and to save on energy and water costs, and ways to live more sustainably in a residential environment.

Licensing requirements apply to thermal performance assessments in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service This is a qualification for people working in the swimming pool and spa service sector. It applies to technicians in the field who apply analytic and problem-solving skills to treat water quality problems, as well as install, service and repair the key systems and components of domestic, commercial and public swimming pools and spas. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

This qualification reflects the role of real estate professionals who apply knowledge of legal agency and compliance requirements, ethical standards and consumer preferences to conduct real estate functions.

This qualification applies to both residential and commercial property, including business broking, and stock and station transactions.

Occupational titles include:

  • Auctioneer
  • Stock and Station Agent
  • Business Broker, Business Agent, Franchise Broker
  • Property Manager, Body Corporate Manager
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Real Estate Representative, Real Estate Salesperson, Real Estate Sub-agent, Property Portfolio Officer, Buyers’ Agent.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis

This qualification is for security risk analysts who apply technical security and operations expertise in a risk management environment. Security risk analysts understand the current threat environment and assess risk and advise clients on strategies to ensure the protection of electronic security systems and people and property in crowded places, as defined by Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism (2017).

Occupational titles may include:

  • event security manager
  • security risk adviser
  • security risk analyst.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories to the provision of advice on security solutions, strategies, protocols and procedures. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management This is a qualification for pest management technicians seeking deeper specialisation in the urban pest management sector. Specialist roles require planning, coordinating, managing and completing small to large scale pest management operations. The qualification applies to individuals who work in urban pest management in a range of challenging contexts. Some job functions covered by this qualification require occupational licencing or certification. Specific determination should be sought through the relevant state or territory regulatory authority.
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying

This qualification reflects the role of skilled surveying technicians. These people hold advanced surveying skills, and perform duties involving the carrying out of precise measurements and setting out structures using specialised surveying equipment.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Surveying Technician

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some States where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services

This qualification reflects the role of skilled geographic information systems (GIS) technicians.

They perform advanced data manipulation, including spatial dataset updating and management, and use a range of technologies such as global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) and specialised geospatial software.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management

This qualification reflects the role of those involved in managing strata communities.

In most situations, the individual will work independently but will usually also have responsibility for a strata community management team.

In this role, the person will perform all functions associated with managing strata communities, including assessing and implementing strata community management agreements, analysing and commenting on management reports prepared for strata communities, developing life cycle asset management plans, and implementing maintenance programs for managed properties.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to strata community management in some states and territories.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management

This is a qualification for security risk consultants who provide specialist advice on strategies to mitigate risk to people, property and assets including crowded places, as defined by Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism (2017). Security risk consultants operating at this level work with a high level of autonomy to assess the current threat environment, assess risk management options, and prepare and implement security risk management plans and communication systems to respond to active threats.

Occupational titles may include:

  • security risk specialist
  • security consultant
  • security policy analyst
  • security strategist.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories to the provision of advice on security solutions, strategies, protocols and procedures. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design

This qualification reflects the role of drafters who apply their skills to diverse building design projects. Practitioners further develop their drafting expertise and design capabilities to design, draft and document plans, specifications and documentation for buildings of all classifications, as defined in the NCC, to a maximum floor area of 2,000 m2, excluding those of Type A construction.

Practice at this level is underpinned by the ability to analyse and synthesise information from a range of sources to generate design solutions. Practitioners work without supervision and may specialise in residential, commercial, public or industrial projects including new buildings and renovations.

Licensing requirements apply to building design in some states or territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)

This qualification reflects the role of real estate agency principals who apply knowledge of legal agency and compliance requirements, ethical standards and consumer preferences to establish and control real estate agency functions.

Occupational titles include:

  • Real Estate Agency Principal
  • Strata Management Principal
  • Agency Manager
  • Agency Director.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying

This qualification reflects the role of surveyors. These people carry out highly specialised surveying functions in areas such as mining and engineering construction.

Duties involve carrying out precise measurements and control surveys relating to complex engineering structures and mine sites using highly specialised surveying equipment.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design

This qualification reflects the role of experienced drafters and building designers who apply their skills to complex building design projects.

Practice at this level is underpinned by the ability to critically analyse and synthesise information from a range of sources to generate design solutions and manage the design project. Practitioners work without supervision to design, draft and document plans, specifications and documentation for building design projects on all classes of buildings, as defined by the National Construction Code (NCC), including those of Type A construction.

Licensing requirements apply to building design in some states or territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

This qualification reflects the role of experienced senior building designers who apply substantial specialised knowledge and skills to the management and leadership roles in an organisation or business area.

Practitioners are typically responsible for managing a building design practice and undertaking building design projects covered by the National Construction Code (NCC) including the design of both Type A and Type B constructions. They may specialise in the full range of residential, commercial, public or industrial projects, including new buildings and renovations. In these roles they are required to generate and evaluate complex ideas and to initiate, design and execute the major planning, research, design, operational, compliance and management functions within highly varied or specialised building design contexts. Typically, they would have full responsibility and accountability for the personal output and work of others.

Licensing requirements apply to building design in some states or territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

Key work and training requirements in the industry

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Simulated workplace environments

Simulated workplace environments aim to represent real workplaces in which training providers can train and assess the competency of candidates. This means that where units of competency state they can be assessed in a simulated workplace environment, realistic workplace conditions and standards, materials, activities, responsibilities, procedures, safety requirements and environmental considerations must be replicated whilst training and assessing the candidates.

Building Design

The revisions to the building design qualifications were undertaken in an environment of increasing government focus on improving the building and construction industry.

The units now better reflect industry skills, knowledge and work practices and clearly align to building classifications and construction types and compliance requirements set out in the National Construction Code.

The qualifications now have a reduced, more targeted range of elective units and entry requirements have been introduced for the Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Graduate Diploma. These changes are to provide employers with greater confidence that graduates have the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to work in the industry.

As energy and water costs increase, along with community awareness of climate change and the need to protect our environment, there is growing demand for energy efficient and sustainable buildings. A useful and independent reference on environmentally sustainable home design is Your Home: Australia’s guide to environmentally sustainable homes, 5th edition, Department of the Environment and Energy, 2017.

Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

Thermal performance assessors operate under the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) to rate the energy efficiency of a home based on its design. They use government approved software and information obtained from residential building plans and drawings to model potential consumption of energy for heating and cooling purposes and assess and certify the thermal performance of homes based on a ten-star rating system.

Home sustainability assessors provide advice to homeowners seeking to improve the efficiency, cost to run, sustainability and comfort needs of their household. They conduct on-site assessments of residences and advise on opportunities to improve comfort and to save on energy and water costs, and ways to live more sustainably in a residential environment.

Licensing requirements apply to thermal performance assessments in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

Real Estate

The rationale for the new CPP41419 Certificate in Real Estate Practice is based on the need to:

  • streamline qualifications
  • specify alignment between skill sets with areas of specialisation/job roles
  • facilitate regulatory usage by outlining clear relationships to job activities
  • provide a tool for direct alignment with licensing outcomes
  • support issues around inconsistent licensing requirements by different jurisdictions
  • ensure clear career pathways are provided.

The groups specified in the CPP41419 Certificate in Real Estate Practice are intended to align with licensing requirements.

The units packaged in the groups in the CPP41419 Certificate in Real Estate Practice are also packaged as skill sets. The table below maps the skill sets to the groups in the qualification.

Code Title Group in CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
CPPSS00065 Residential Property Sales Residential Property Sales
CPPSS00066 Residential Property Management Residential Property Management
CPPSS00067 Property Management Business Development Property Management Business Development
CPPSS00068 Auctioneering Auctioneering
CPPSS00069 Buyer’s Agent Buyer’s Agent
CPPSS00070 Onsite Property Management Onsite Property Management
CPPSS00071 Commercial Sales and Leasing Commercial Sales and Leasing
CPPSS00072 Commercial and Property Management Commercial and Property Management
CPPSS00073 Business Broking Business Broking
CPPSS00074 Stock and Station, Stock Stock and Station, Stock
CPPSS00075 Stock and Station, Station Stock and Station, Station
CPPSS00076 Administration Management/Office Support Administration Management/Office Support

Note: CPPSS00076 Administration Management/Office Support is not associated with a licensing outcome.

It is the expectation of industry that graduates will specifically understand the range of ‘customers’ they interact with.

In the past the focus of the industry was on the ‘client’ i.e. the one who pays them. Usually the vendor or the landlord.  There has been an evolution of thinking to more actively provide service to ‘customers’ such as tenants and buyers.  Hence the specific separation in the PCs.

  • Internal is within the business, or business network (client or customer is not critical here although there may be instances where this could be separated by direct report manager v’s co-workers or other departments, particularly crossing sales and property management functions)
  • Client is the one with the financial transition/contract attached (vendor/landlord)
  • Customer is a user of the service, predominantly buyers and tenants but could extend to the broader community (could have a financial transaction but not with the agent)

Security

Investigative Services

The CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services provides occupational specialisations in factual investigation and surveillance, and a pathway to further learning and work in investigations management.

Investigators undertaking surveillance operations are required to operate a surveillance vehicle in compliance with road and traffic laws.

Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to investigative services in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

Security Management and Risk

Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some states and territories to the provision of advice on security solutions, strategies, protocols and procedures. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

Certificate IV Security Management

This qualification provides occupational specialisations in security business management and supervision, and a pathway to further learning and work in security risk management.

Note: some of the units of competency within this qualification and have been clustered as skill sets. The skill sets listed below are associated with occupational specialisations:

  • CPPSS00077 Security Supervision
  • CPPSS00078 Security Business Management.

Technical Security

Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.

All cabling work, including telephone, data, fire and security alarm systems cabling, that connects with the telecommunications network must be performed by a registered cabler or under the direct supervision of a registered cabler as required by the Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) cabling provider rules. For further information on cabling registration requirements, check with ACMA.

The CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security qualification may result in open cabling registration for candidates who undertake:

  • ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule
  • ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures
  • ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work.

Structured cabling registration may also be achieved by undertaking the unit ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation.

The following six units of competency are proposed units:

  • CPPSEC3004A Lead small teams in the security industry
  • CPPSEC3034A Operate information gathering equipment.
  • CPPSEC3048A Maintain effective relationships with security clients
  • CPPSEC3049A Modify and repair security equipment and system
  • CPPSEC4002A Implement effective communication techniques
  • CPPSEC5007A Assess biometrics system.

There will be a teach-out period of 12-months. Training provides will have to update their scope accordingly and must not enrol or train students after this 12-month period.

Equipment and systems cover a range of technologies from stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and internet protocol (IP) video security systems (VSS), and include:

  • intruder alarms
  • internal and external detection sensors
  • access control
  • biometric access control devices
  • monitoring or surveillance systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • audio or visual recording systems
  • electric, electro-magnetic locking systems.

Security Operations

The security industry is highly regulated, with substantial involvement by jurisdictional regulators to ensure the best training and assessment outcomes for industry.

The security industry regulators anticipate that qualified individuals will have a basic level of English proficiency to clearly communicate with emergency services, team members and the general population whilst undertaking the role.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Note: Due to the nature of the occupations, assessment of performance for the units of competency must be undertaken in a simulated work environment for public safety reasons.

Cleaning Operations

Cleaning operators work in a range of workplace settings. The cleaning sector employs large numbers of part-time and casual employees, with most work - especially in commercial premises - taking place out of business hours.

Cleaning operators use a range of different tools, equipment, chemicals, and non-chemical-based cleaning products to perform their duties.

Cleaning is skilled work, which, if not performed correctly, can result in costly damage to assets and potentially cause illness, largely through the misuse of chemicals.

Domestic or residential cleaning takes place in private homes where the work site may range from a large family home to a small apartment. This type of work is typically contracted out by small cleaning businesses or franchises employing cleaning operators, again on a part-time or casual basis. In these contexts, cleaning operators usually make use of the cleaning equipment and products provided on site by the client.

Cleaning companies tender for cleaning contracts that result in contracted work for cleaning staff over a fixed period of the contract. Cleaning operators may be required to work alone or as part of a team of cleaning operators at different work sites. The standard of cleaning expected by clients is high, and attention to detail is paramount. Work sites such as hospitals, aged care homes and catering facilities require meticulous attention to hygiene because the health implications of inadequate cleaning can be serious illness or death.

Evidence suggests that some employers are reluctant to invest in training cleaning operators due to the comparatively high staff turnover in some parts of the industry. In response to this, industry has been consulted to develop skill sets to provide entry-level training for new workers in specific areas to meet more immediate skill demands.

Urban Pest Management

Urban Pest management technicians require well-developed customer service skills as well as a sound knowledge of pests and integrated pest management. A pest management technician mostly works alone, operating from a vehicle carrying a range of pesticides to treat various pests as well as equipment and materials required for the particular types of jobs scheduled for each working day.

Whether working for a large company - with a work order supplied by the business - or as an owner operator, the pest management technician must be self-managing in terms of ensuring the timeliness, efficiency, effectiveness, safety, and quality of all aspects of the work at each site.

Surveying and Spatial Information Services

The surveying and spatial information services industry relates to vocational training in the following fields:

  • mapping science
  • remote sensing
  • surveying
  • cartography
  • town planning
  • geographic information services.

The table below provides a summary of the main occupational profiles at each qualification level.

Qualification Surveying Spatial Information Services
Certificate II Entry (VET in Schools) Entry (VET in Schools)
Certificate III

Surveying Field Hand

Data Collection Assistant

Surveying Field Hand

Data Collection Assistant

Certificate IV Surveyor’s Assistant

GIS Assistant

Town Planning Assistant

Mapping Assistant
Diploma Surveying Technician

Town Planning Officer

GIS Officer

Cartographer

Mapping Officer

Advanced Diploma Manager or supervisor in: Remote Sensing, Surveying, Cartography, Town Planning, Mapping, Geographic Information Systems, etc.
Degree

Senior Surveyor

Specialist Surveyor (e.g. Geodetic)

GIS Analyst

Cartographer

Senior Cartographer

Senior GIS Analyst

Senior Photogrammetrist

Remote Sensing Specialist

Spatial Controller

The surveying and spatial information services industry strongly supports the use of units of competency as a way to define training needs and drive delivery of vocational education and training for the industry.

Strata Community Management

A strata scheme is a system of multiple ownership of a building or collection of buildings. The concept only came into being in the mid-1960s, and there are now more than 270,000 such schemes encompassing more than two million individual lots across Australia.

Each owner owns a portion (called a 'lot'), which is usually an apartment or townhouse, but every owner shares ownership of any common property (e.g. foyers, driveways, and gardens) if it is indicated on the title. The multiple ownerships are combined in a legal entity called the Owners’ Corporation - or body corporate, strata company or community association, depending on the State or Territory in which the scheme exists. Although the term for an owner’s corporation varies across Australia, its role is essentially the same in every state and territory. It is responsible for the good management of the strata scheme.

All owners can vote on management decisions at an Annual General Meeting (AGM), but decisions are usually made on behalf of the owner’s corporation by a committee of owners who are elected at the AGM. Some strata schemes manage the day-to-day financial, maintenance, and other administrative duties themselves, but given that they are complex, most choose to use professional strata management services.

Strata managers are engaged by the strata scheme's owner committee to manage the day-to-day affairs of the scheme. Strata schemes are becoming large and complex. Strata managers may perform the following tasks:

  • arrange routine maintenance, repair and upkeep of the common property
  • keep bank and other accounts for maintenance contributions (strata levies)
  • pay accounts and outgoings
  • maintain strata records
  • organise and conduct strata meetings
  • arrange insurance.

The role of strata managers varies depending on the size and type of property, and involves people management, as well as someone who is organised and able to handle difficult clients from time-to-time.

Occasionally strata managers are appointed to solve intractable problems, including those involving relationship breakdowns between lot owners. Strata managers are experts in the administration of all aspects of owners’ corporations. They work to ensure owners corporations are compliant with their legal responsibilities and strive to protect owners’ assets.

Strata managing agents may also offer management services to residential and commercial properties, retirement villages, hotels and resorts, industrial schemes and shopping centres.

Other terms used to describe a strata manager are body corporate manager, owner, corporation manager, community title manager, and managing agent.

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Swimming pool and spa service activities include routine pool and spa servicing, monitoring and maintaining water quality and general work skills in domestic, commercial and public settings.

Summary of activities includes:

  • identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • follow site work health and safety requirements
  • read and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals
  • assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas
  • estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services
  • comply with regulatory requirements for swimming pool and spa servicing
  • monitor pool water quality
  • maintain pool water quality
  • apply work health and safety requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
  • inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment
  • establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas
  • drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas
  • detect leaks in swimming pools and spas.

Pathways advice

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The AQF provides a comprehensive, nationally consistent framework for qualifications in post-compulsory education and training in Australia. The framework helps to provide consistency in the VET sector for all trainees, learners, employers and providers by enabling recognition of qualifications and Statements of Attainment.

The framework enables learners to have flexible pathways that can be horizontal (across AQF qualifications at the same level in different industry sectors) and vertical (from qualifications at different levels within the one sector) and eliminates unnecessary and unfair barriers to AQF qualifications.

Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability is a stand-alone qualification in a niche industry, however, an occupational relationship exists between this qualification, and the building design and access consulting qualifications.

Real Estate

The chart below provides an outline of the pathways into and from the CPP Property Services Training Package real estate qualifications.

CPP pathways real estate

Building Design

CPP pathways building design

Security

The chart below provides an outline of the pathways into and from the CPP Property Services Training Package security qualifications.

CPP pathways security

Cleaning Operations

The chart below provides an outline of the pathways into and from the CPP Property Services Training Package cleaning qualifications.

CPP pathways cleaning

Urban Pest Management

Attainment of a pest management skill set is a pathway into the industry:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests.

The units achieved in these skill sets are also relevant for the entry level qualification, CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management. Pathways from this qualification are horizontal and cross into other property services industries. The CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management also functions as direct entry requirement into the new CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management.

Surveying and Spatial Information Services

The qualifications’ structure for surveying and spatial information services provides formal training pathways from the pre-vocational level at Certificate II, through to the Diploma level for spatial information services, and the Advanced Diploma level for surveying.

CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services is an induction qualification for the industry and provides entrants with an introduction into work undertaken in both sectors.

In Western Australia, attainment of both CPP50116 and CPP60116 can achieve eligibility for authorisation as a mines’ surveyor.

The chart below provides an outline of the pathways into and from the CPP Property Services Training Package surveying and spatial information qualifications.

CPP pathways surveying and spatial

Strata Community Management

CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management is an entry-level qualification into the strata community management industry. Graduates of CPP30416 could progress to CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management, which applies to individuals involved in providing management services for strata communities. To promote pathways into CPP40516, the packaging rules of CPP30416 contain a number of units that are also in the packaging rules of CPP40516.

To progress to senior strata management roles in larger enterprises or establish their own strata community management agencies, it is envisaged that graduates of CPP40516 would undertake CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management.

The chart below provides an outline of the pathways into and from the CPP Property Services Training Package strata management qualifications.

CPP pathways strata

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service is the entry level qualification for the industry; pathways from this qualification are horizontal and cross into other property services industries.

Waste Management

CPP pathways waste management



Implementation and Legal Information

Regulation and licensing requirements implications for implementation

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Building Design

Most states and territories are now requiring the registration/licensing of a range of design and building practitioners. Queensland and Tasmania already have in place a three-tiered licensing regime (low rise license, medium rise and open license) which uses the national building design qualifications as the technical qualifications.

NSW is introducing the Design and Building Practitioners Bill, 2019 into Parliament in the week beginning 21 October 2019. It proposes that the registration of building designers will be based on the Building Design qualifications in the CPP Property Services Training Package.

It is anticipated that the ACT will follow NSW’s lead. South Australia and Western Australia are also considering a similar three-tiered system. Northern Territory does not currently have licensing requirements for building designers. However, the introduction of a licensing regime is under consideration.

In Victoria the licensing regime is a single tier enabling a registered building designer (architectural) to design buildings of all classes and types of construction, which is equivalent to the open license category. The Victorian accredited course, 2247VIC Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural) is accepted as the fulfilling the skills and knowledge requirement.

Jurisdiction Regulator
ACT Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
NSW Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
NT Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
QLD Queensland Building and Construction Commission
SA Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.
TAS Department of Justice, Consumer, Building and Occupational Services
VIC Building Practitioners Board, Victorian Building Authority
WA Architects are registered, but at the time of this publication no requirement for building designers to be licensed.

Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

There are no licensing requirements applicable to become a NatHERS assessor. Note, to become an accredited NatHERS Assessor, you must maintain your accreditation with one of the following Assessor Accrediting Organisations (AAOs) operating nationally:

  • Australian Building Sustainability Association (ABSA)
  • Building Designers Association Victoria (BDAV)

Click on the following link for more information: http://www.nathers.gov.au/

Real Estate

Eleven of the twelve real estate skill sets have been developed to align with licensed outcomes in jurisdictions that license these activities.

Code Title
CPPSS00065 Residential Property Sales
CPPSS00066 Residential Property Management
CPPSS00067 Property Management Business Development
CPPSS00068 Auctioneering
CPPSS00069 Buyer’s Agent
CPPSS00070 Onsite Property Management
CPPSS00071 Commercial Sales and Leasing
CPPSS00072 Commercial and Property Management
CPPSS00073 Business Broking
CPPSS00074 Stock and Station, Stock
CPPSS00075 Stock and Station, Station
CPPSS00076 Administration Management/Office Support
Licensing requirements: Real Estate
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

ACT Government, Access Canberra

https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Department of Fair Trading, New South Wales

https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/

Northern Territory (NT)

Northern Territory Government

https://nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Queensland Government

https://www.qld.gov.au/

South Australia (SA)

South Australia Government

https://www.sa.gov.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Property Agents Board of Tasmania

http://www.propertyagentsboard.com.au/

Victoria (Vic)

Department of Consumer Affairs

https://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/

Western Australia (WA)

Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety

https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/

Regulators are recommended to update their licensing frameworks to align licensing requirements with these real estate skill sets.

Implementation timelines may vary as states and territories will need to review and update regulatory requirements.

Existing license holders should not be impacted by these changes.

Security

Six skill sets have been developed to align with licence endorsements in jurisdictions that license these activities:

Code Title
CPPSS00059 Baton and Handcuffs Endorsement
CPPSS00060 Canine Endorsement
CPPSS00061 Cash-in-Transit Endorsement
CPPSS00062 Control Room Operations Endorsements
CPPSS00063 Firearms Endorsement
CPPSS00064 Monitoring Centre Operations Endorsements

Regulators should consider updating their licensing frameworks to align licensing requirements with these security skill sets.

Implementation timelines may vary as states and territories will need to review and update regulatory requirements. Existing license holders should not be impacted by these changes.

Licensing requirements: Security Operations
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Office of Regulatory Services

https://link.fsdf.org.au/agency/office-regulatory-services

New South Wales (NSW)

Security Licensing & Enforcement Directorate

https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/online_services/security_licensing_and_enforcement_directorate

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Business

https://business.nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Office of Fair Trading

https://www.qld.gov.au/law/fair-trading

South Australia (SA)

Consumer and Business Services

https://www.cbs.sa.gov.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Department of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading

https://www.cbos.tas.gov.au/home

Victoria (Vic)

Victorian Police Department Licensing and Regulation Division

http://www.police.vic.gov.au/content.asp?Document_ID=114

Western Australia (WA)

WA Police Licensing and Regulation (Security)

https://www.police.wa.gov.au/About-Us/Our-agency/Police-Licensing-Services/Security

Cleaning Operations

Cleaning operations is not a licensed occupation.

Urban Pest Management

Urban pest management is a licensed occupation, where the minimum requirement for operating as an independent pest manager in all jurisdictions except Western Australia (WA) is the attainment of the skill set CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests.

There are two other skill sets used for licensing and these are:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests.

Many people employed in the pest management industry will attain one or more of these skill sets, depending on the core business of the company employing them, or if entering into the sector themselves, on which services they wish to offer as an owner-operator.

The use of these skill sets for licensing sub-sectors of the industry goes some way to explaining the relatively low enrolment and completion figures for the Certificate III in Pest Management compared to the number of companies and technicians operating in the pest management sector.

Western Australia allows for a person who has achieved competence in the unit CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides to obtain a provisional licence. This provisional licence is valid for 12 months - to continue to practise as a pest management technician, provisional licence holders in WA must achieve the Certificate III in Urban Pest Management (13 units of competency) over twelve months.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing requirements: Urban pest management
Jurisdiction Licensing authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

ACT Territory and Municipal Services

http://www.tams.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Work Cover NSW

http://www.workcover.nsw.gov.au

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Health

http://www.health.nt.gov.au

Queensland (Qld)

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

http://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au

Queensland Health

http://www.health.qld.gov.au

South Australia (SA)

SA Health

http://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

Tasmania (TAS)

Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au

Victoria (Vic)

Department of Human Services

http://www.dhs.vic.gov.au/home

Western Australia (WA)

Department of Health

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au

Surveying and Spatial Information Services

There is currently no common licensing regime in Australia for the use of spatial data. Government agencies, individual organisations and businesses have their own separate agreements and licensing arrangements in place.

Cadastral and mining surveying are licensed activities with regulatory requirements differing across the states and territories. It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory regulatory authorities to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing Requirements: Surveying and Spatial Information Services
Jurisdiction Licensing Authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Surveying licensing

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors in the ACT under the Surveying Act 2007. Surveyors are registered with the NSW Board of Surveying and Spatial Information and registration is transferred to the ACT upon application.

Regulatory authority

ACT Planning and Land Authority

Ground Floor South, Dame Pattie Menzies House

16 Challis Street, Dickson ACT 2602

T: 02 6207 1923

W: www.planning.act.gov.au

New South Wales (NSW)

Surveying licensing

The Board of Surveying and Spatial Information of NSW is constituted under the Surveying Act 2002 to provide for the registration of land and mining surveyors, to regulate the making of surveys and to advise the Minister on spatial information.

Registration is available for land surveying (cadastral, land and town planning) and mine surveying. A surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Board of Surveying and Spatial Information of NSW

PO Box 143, Bathurst NSW 2795

T: 02 6332 8238

E: bossi@lpi.nsw.gov.au

W: www.bossi.nsw.gov.au

Northern Territory (NT)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory is constituted under Section 8 of the Licensed Surveyors Act to regulate the practice of land boundary surveying and the registration of land boundary surveyors.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory

GPO Box 1154, Darwin NT 0801

T: 08 8999 1826

W: www.surveyorsboard.nt.gov.au/

Queensland (Qld)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board Queensland is constituted under Section 7 of the Surveyors Act 2003. It keeps a register of surveyors who have been assessed as competent. Registered surveyors are required to adhere to a Code of Practice.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board Queensland

PO Box 656, Spring Hill QLD 4000

T: 07 3839 7744

E: admin@sbq.com.au

W: http://sbq.com.au/

South Australia (SA)

Surveying licensing

The Surveyors Board of South Australia is a sub-committee of the Institution of Surveyors Australia. It is responsible for the registration or licensing of land boundary surveyors under the Survey Act 1992 of South Australia.

Registration is compulsory for cadastral surveyors. As in other jurisdictions, a surveying technician or survey assistant is not required to be registered while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Board of South Australia

GPO Box 1349, Adelaide SA 5001

T: 08 8212 0343

E: board@isasa.org.au

W: www.surveyorsboardsa.org.au/

Tasmania (TAS)

Surveying licensing

The Tasmanian Land Surveyors Accreditation Board (TLSAB) is the body that assesses the professional competence of a person seeking registration to practise as a land surveyor under the provisions of the Surveyors Act 2002. The requirements for registration as a land surveyor are stipulated in the Surveyors Regulations 2003.

As in other jurisdictions, registration is compulsory to undertake cadastral surveying but not required for surveying technicians or survey assistants while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Tasmanian Land Surveyors Accreditation Board

GPO Box 1194, Hobart TAS 7001

T: 03 6272 2034

E: tlsab@istas.asn.au

W: www.tassurveyorsboard.org.au/tlsab.nsf

Victoria (Vic)

Surveying licensing

In Victoria, a surveyor who performs cadastral surveys must be licensed under the Surveying Act 2004 and be registered with the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria. Cadastral surveying is the process of determining the legal boundaries of property. A licensed surveyor is the only person legally entitled to undertake such a survey.

If you are registered as a licensed surveyor in another jurisdiction (national or international), you may apply for registration in Victoria under the Mutual Recognition Act 1992 or via the Overseas Qualifications Unit (OQU).

Regulatory authority

Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria

Level 17, 570 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3001

T: 03 8636 2555

E: info@surveyorsboard.vic.gov.au

W: www.surveyorsboard.vic.gov.au/

Western Australia (WA)

Surveying licensing

In Western Australia, a surveyor who performs cadastral surveys must be licensed under the Licensed Surveyors Act 1909 and registered with the Land Surveyors Licensing Board of Western Australia.

As in other jurisdictions, registration is compulsory to undertake cadastral surveying but not required for surveying technicians or survey assistants while working under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Regulatory authority

Land Surveyors Licensing Board of Western Australia

PO Box 2222, Midland WA 6936

T: 08 9273 7104

W: www.lslb.wa.gov.au

Strata Community Management

The licensing requirements for strata managers differ in each state and territory and are summarised in the table below.

The regulatory departmental names and contact details provided in the table below are subject to change, and users are advised to check with the source.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Licensing requirements: Strata Community Management
Jurisdiction Licensing Authority
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Office of Regulatory Services

http://www.ors.act.gov.au/

ACT does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

New South Wales (NSW)

NSW Office of Fair Trading

http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/

NSW has occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Northern Territory (NT)

Department of Justice

http://www.nt.gov.au/justice/licenreg

NT has occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Queensland (Qld)

Office of Fair Trading

http://www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au/property-agents-managers.htm

Qld does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

South Australia (SA)

Office of Consumer and Business Affairs

http://www.ocba.sa.gov.au/

SA does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Tasmania (TAS)

Property Agents Board

http://www.propertyagentsboard.com.au/

Tas does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Victoria (Vic)

Business Licensing Authority

http://www.bla.vic.gov.au/

Vic does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

Western Australia (WA)

Consumer Protection, Department of Commerce

https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/consumer-protection/licences-and-registrations

WA does not have occupational licensing requirements for strata managers.

In addition to specific regulatory or licensing requirements for working as strata community manager, companies and personnel must comply with environmental, industrial and work health and safety legislation and regulations.

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

The licensing requirements for swimming pool and spa service differ in each state and Territory and are summarised in the table below.

The regulatory departmental names and contact details provided in the table below are subject to change, and users are advised to check with the source.

It is recommended that CPP Property Services Training Package users contact the relevant state or territory department/s to confirm regulatory and licensing requirements that may apply.

Industry Bodies and Associations: Swimming Pool and Spa Service
Organisation
Swimming Australia: www.swimming.org.au
Swimming Pool and Spa Association (SPASA): www.spasa.com.au
Jurisdiction Association
New South Wales www.spasa.org.au
South Australia www.spasaadelaide.com.au
Victoria www.spasavic.com.au
Western Australia www.spasawa.com.au
Regulators
Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB): www.abcb.gov.au
Jurisdiction Regulator
NSW

Planning & Infrastructure: www.planning.nsw.gov.au

Division of Local Government, Department of Premier & Cabinet: www.dlg.nsw.gov.au

VIC

Victorian Building Authority: www.vba.vic.gov.au

State Government of Victoria

SA

Government of South Australia

Department of Planning and Local Government - Planning in South Australia

Website: www.planning.sa.gov.au

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure - Office of Local Government

Website: https://dpti.sa.gov.au/local_govt

WA

Government of Western Australia

Department of Regional Development

Website: www.drd.wa.gov.au

Department of Local Government and Communities

Website: dlgc.wa.gov.au

QLD

Queensland Government

Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs

Website: www.dlgrma.qld.gov.au

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

Website: http://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au/home-building-owners/pool-safety/overview

TAS

Tasmania Government

Department of Justice - Planning

Website: www.wst.tas.gov.au/industries/building

Department of Premier and Cabinet - Local Government Division

Website: www.dpac.tas.gov.au/divisions/lgd

ACT

ACT Government

ACT Planning & Land Authority

Website: www.actpla.act.gov.au

NT

Northern Territory Government

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics

Website: https://dipl.nt.gov.au/

Department of Housing and Community Development

Website: https://dhcd.nt.gov.au/

The table below provides details about Standards that may be of interest to those within the private pools and spas industry, including:

  • Australian Standards and safety
  • workplace occupational health and safety
  • water and energy conservation
  • national training and licensing standards.

*This is not an exhaustive list and users should also check with their local regulator and licensing authority.

Standards Guide: Swimming Pool and Spa Service
Building Contracts

Australian building contracts are covered by:

  • AS 2124, 2125, 2127 General conditions of contract - Annexures series
  • AS 4000 General conditions of contract series
  • AS 4300 General conditions of contract for design and construct series
  • AS 4902 General conditions of contract for design and construct series
Manufacturing and Installation
Manufacturers and installers of spa baths should conform to the requirements outlined in AS 3861-1991 (R2016) Spa baths and AS 2610.2-2007 (R2016) Spa pools - Private spas.
Electrical Equipment

Electrical equipment used with spas should be installed by following the details that are included in AS/NZS 3000:2018, Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules).

A table providing information on zoning and ingress protection levels for electrical equipment used with pools and spas is also included in this Standard.

Filtration Equipment

Filtration equipment, outlet devices and skimmer boxes used with pools and spas should be designed and installed by following the information in AS 2610.2-2007 Spa pools – Private spas and AS 1926.3-2010 Swimming pool safety – Water recirculation systems.

Diagrams illustrating recommended dimensions for skimmer boxes are also included in AS 1926.3-2010 Swimming pool safety – Water recirculation systems.

These Standards cover product safety requirements for fittings that are supplied with pools and spas.

Information about details for filtration systems, outlet devices and pumps used with large public pools and spas is included in HB 241-2002 Water Management for Public Swimming Pools and Spas.

Plumbing Fittings
Plumbing products and fittings with swimming pools and spas should be installed by following the information that is included in AS/NZS 3500.1:2003 Plumbing and drainage – Water services and AS/NZS 3500.4:2003 Plumbing and drainage – Heated water services. These Standards are also available as AS/NZS 3500 (Set):2003 Plumbing and drainage Set.
Fences for Pools and Spas

Barriers designed to prevent young children entering pools and spas should be manufactured following the information that is included in AS 1926.1-2007 Swimming pool safety - Safety barriers for swimming pools. This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction and performance of fences, gates, retaining walls, windows, door sets, and balconies intended to form a barrier that will restrict the access of young children to swimming pools.

Information about the options for the location of safety barriers intended to restrict access to swimming pools is included in AS 1926.2-2007 Swimming pool safety – Location of safety barriers for swimming pools. This Standard may be regulated in different ways by state and territory building regulators.

Pool Safety

Ladders and diving boards used with pools and spas should be designed to meet the requirements described in AS 2818-1993 Guide to swimming pool safety. General information about safety and maintenance requirements for pools and spas is also included in this Standard.

Flotation aids used to assist persons with swimming should be tested to the requirements covered in AS 1900-2002 Flotation aids for water familiarization and swimming tuition.

Water safety signs placed near pools and spas should follow the recommendations in:

AS/NZS 2416.1:2010 Water safety signs and beach safety flags – Specifications for water safety signs used in workplaces and public areas (ISO 20712-1:2008, MOD)

AS/NZS 2416.3:2010 Water safety signs and beach safety flags – Guidance for use.

Water Quality Levels

Information about recommended chlorination levels for private pools and spas are included in AS 3633-1989 Private swimming pools – Water quality. A table listing properties for different types of water sanitising products is also included in this Standard.

Information about recommended water quality requirements for public pools and spas is included in HB 241-2002 Water Management for Public Pools and Spas. Detailed information about types of equipment that may be used to determine water quality is also included in this Handbook.

Water quality levels can also be assessed by following the types of tests included in the AS/NZS 4276 Water microbiology Series.

Storing Chemicals

Large quantities of corrosive substances may be stored by owners and operators of pools and spas. These types of dangerous goods should be stored by following the information that is included in AS 3780 – 2008 The storage and handling of corrosive substances.

There may also be circumstances where different classes of chemicals (dangerous goods) are stored in the one location. In these cases, the storage requirements described in AS/NZS 3833:2007 The storage and handling of mixed classes of dangerous goods in packages and intermediate bulk containers can be followed.

Disability Access

Administrators, designers and owners of public pools and spas should ensure persons with disabilities have equal and unimpeded access to facilities. This can be achieved by following the information that is included in AS 1428.1-2009 Design for access and mobility – General requirements for access – New building work.

This Standard includes diagrams illustrating required circulation spaces and building access (including the use of ramps, handrails and stairs) for people with disability.

Tactile ground surface indicators used to assist people with visual impairment should be designed and located by following the information in AS 1428.4.1-2009 Design for access and mobility - Means to assist the orientation of people with vision impairment - Tacticle ground surface indicators.


Credit arrangements with higher education qualifications for the CPP

At the time of endorsement of the CPP Property Services Training Package no national credit arrangements exist between qualifications in this training package and higher education qualifications.

Access and equity considerations

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An individual’s access to the learning and assessment processes should not be adversely affected by restrictions placed on the location or context of this learning and assessment beyond the requirements specified in the CPP Property Services Training Package and must be bias-free.

Training Packages must reflect and cater for the increasing diversity of Australia’s VET clients and Australia’s current and future workforce. The flexibility offered by Training Packages should enhance opportunities and potential outcomes for all learners so that all benefit from a wider national skills base and a shared contribution to Australia’s economic development and social and cultural life.

Reasonable adjustment

It is important that education providers take meaningful, transparent and reasonable steps to consult on, consider and implement reasonable adjustments for learners with specific learning needs.

Under the Disability Standards for Education 2005, education providers must make reasonable adjustments for people with a disability to the maximum extent that those adjustments do not cause that provider unjustifiable hardship. While ‘reasonable adjustment’ and ‘unjustifiable hardship’ are different concepts and involve different considerations, they both seek to create a balance between the interests of education providers and the interests of all potential learners.

An adjustment is any measure or action that a learner requires because of their disability and which has the effect of assisting the learner to access and participate in education and training on the same basis as those without a disability. An adjustment is reasonable if it achieves this purpose while considering factors such as the nature of the learner’s disability, the views of the learner, the potential effect of the adjustment on the learner and others who might be affected, and the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.

An education provider is also entitled to maintain the academic integrity of a course or program and to consider the requirements or components that are inherent or essential to its nature when assessing whether an adjustment is reasonable.

The Disability Standards for Education 2005 and the Disability Standards for Education Guidance Notes can be downloaded at www.education.gov.au/disability-standards-education-2005.

Foundation skills

Foundation skills are the non-technical skills that support an individual’s participation in the workplace, in the community and in education and training.

In this Training Package the foundation skills incorporate the language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills described in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).

The framework includes:

  • Learning
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Oral Communications

Where foundations skills essential to performance in a unit are explicit, the following statement will be included under the foundation skills field:

‘Foundation skills essential to performance are explicit in the performance criteria of this unit of competency’.

Where foundation skills essential to performance in a unit are not explicit, then they will be listed in the foundation skills field in that unit.

Advice on any health and safety implications in the industry

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Where required, work health and safety elements have been addressed in CPP Property Services Training Package qualifications, units of competency and their assessment requirements.

For further information about work health and safety, contact Safe Work Australia (www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au) and/or the relevant state or territory work health and safety regulator.

State and Territory Work Health and Safety Regulators
State Regulator
Australian Capital Territory (ACT) www.worksafe.act.gov.au
New South Wales (NSW) www.workcover.nsw.gov.au
Northern Territory (NT) www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
Queensland (QLD) www.worksafe.qld.gov.au
South Australia (SA) www.safework.sa.gov.au
Tasmania (TAS) www.worksafe.tas.gov.au
Victoria (VIC) www.worksafe.vic.gov.au
Western Australia (WA) www.commerce.wa.gov.au/WorkSafe/

Resources and equipment relevant to this Training Package

The assessment conditions section of the assessment requirements for each unit of competency specifies resources and equipment required for assessment.

Legal consideration for the learners in the workplace including placements

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Legal requirements for learners in the workplace or involved in work experience that apply to industry-specific sectors covered in the CPP Property Services Training Package vary across each state and territory and can change from time to time.

Users should contact the relevant state or territory training authorities provided at the end of this Guide to check if legal requirements apply.

Work placements should always involve appropriate supervision and guidance from individuals in the workplace as well as from RTO trainers and assessors and must adhere to required legislation that applies in the jurisdiction.

Apprenticeships and traineeships are formal training arrangements between an employer and an employee that have been established by a state or territory training authority. Where a qualification is used for an apprenticeship or traineeship, the training must be recognised by the state or territory training authority. This includes the form and registration of indenture.

Further information relevant to implementing the Training Package

Where imported units of competency are used as part of CPP Property Services Training Package qualifications, RTOs must consider and meet the specific training and assessment requirements of those imported units and their parent Training Package.

These requirements may include specific legal, work health and safety, resourcing and equipment requirements, as well as unique trainer and assessor requirements, including industry experience.

Candidates receive a statement of attainment acknowledgement for units of competency attained.


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Assessor requirements

Building Design - CPP4015, CPP50911, CPP60419 and CPP80213

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Merely holding any qualification and/or unit is not sufficient for an Assessor of the following qualifications - nor is any qualification, deemed equivalent to the requirements listed below - there are NO equivalences. It is NOT acceptable for an Assessor or Trainer to only hold non Australian qualifications regardless of any Australian registration, license or membership unless they can also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.

Training and Assessment Strategies, and individual Assessments for all Units and the qualifications of which they form part, shall only be prepared and approved by those individuals who meet the Assessor requirements above, and industry validation is required from individuals who also meet these requirements.

CPP40115 - Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting

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Method of Assessment

Assessors must satisfy the assessor requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) current at the time of assessment.

In addition teachers, trainers and assessors must demonstrate current membership of a relevant industry association (e.g. the Royal Australian Institute of Architects [trading as the Australian Institute of Architects], the Institution of Engineers Australia [trading as Engineers Australia], the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, and/or the Building Designers Association of Australia) at, at least, Associate Level. Also where a teacher, trainer or assessor cannot evidence their role(s) in the previous ten (10) years as either a:

  • Principal Designer or Senior Manager or Supervisor of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of several complete houses a year (no fewer than 2 houses over 3 years); or as a
  • Designer, Design Manager, Senior Manager, or Registered Architect of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of Class 2-9 Buildings.

then teachers, trainers and assessors must be able to demonstrate their competency by independent third party industry peer review through registration at, at least Level 2 in the Building Design Category of the National Building Professionals Register – current registration demonstrates adequate industry currency, a history of suitable industry employment, and possession of the competencies required of tall units of this qualification.

Notes:

  1. The experience cited must be Australian experience in the employ of an independent Architectural or Design Practice (other than solely Interior or Landscape Architecture/Design), Building Contractor and/or Builder/Developer – NOT the client, or any statutory or government agency (other than the Office of Government Architect in any State or Territory).
  2. Foreign experience is NOT applicable.
  3. Full Membership of IEAust (trading as Engineers Australia) as a Structural (but NOT Civil) Engineer, the RAIA (trading as the Australian Institute of Architects), the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors IS evidence of having the competencies to both teach and assess this Unit- but where such individuals only possess foreign qualifications then they must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  4. Membership of a foreign institution, or an Australian branch of a foreign institution, is NOT applicable to these roles.
  5. Past memberships of professional institutions, are NOT applicable.
  6. Past licences and registrations held, are NOT applicable.
  7. Current National Building Professionals Register (NBPR) in the Construction/ Building Project Management Category or Buidling Design Cateogry, registration at the levels cited above IS suitable and complete evidence of industry currency, possession of the relevant competencies, and a sufficient history of suitable industry employment to teach and assess all units of this qualification.
  8. A current head Building Contractors’’ Licence (which requires Continued Professional Development [CPD], NOT a Building Supervisor’s Certificate or similar which does not require CPD) that permits the holder to contract to build complete houses which is both uninhibited (the ability to carry out all work for which mandatory insurance is required) and unencumbered (there have been no restraints, either disciplinary or in recognition of limited expertise, placed on the licence) IS evidence of industry currency.
  9. Current registration in the trainer's or assessor's own name (NOT a corporate entity) as an Architect or as a Structural (but NOT Civil) Engineer IS evidence of industry currency.
  10. Current statutory registration as a Building Designer, that permits the holder to design complete houses (for development and building approvals) IS evidence of industry currency
  11. The qualifications and experience required for registration as an Architect, Building Designer, or an Engineer are of themselves NOT applicable. Merely holding a qualification and/or Unit is not sufficient - nor is any qualification, deemed equivalent to any of these requirements listed above. It is NOT acceptable for an Assessor or Trainer to only hold non Australian qualifications regardless of any Australian registration, license or membership- – where this is the case, then such individuals must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  12. Training and Assessment Strategies, and individual Assessments for this Unit and the qualifications of which it forms part, shall only be prepared and approved by those individuals who meet the Assessor requirements above, and industry validation is required from individuals who themselves also meet this requirement.
  • include direct observation of tasks in real or simulated work conditions, with questioning to confirm the ability to consistently identify and correctly interpret the essential underpinning knowledge required for practical application
  • reinforce the integration of employability skills with workplace tasks and job roles
  • confirm that competency is verified and able to be transferred to other circumstances and environments.

Validity and sufficiency of evidence requires that:

  • competency will need to be demonstrated over a period of time reflecting the scope of the role and the practical requirements of the workplace
  • where the assessment is part of a structured learning experience the evidence collected must relate to a number of performances assessed at different points in time and separated by further learning and practice, with a decision on competency only taken at the point when the assessor has complete confidence in the person's demonstrated ability and applied knowledge
  • all assessment that is part of a structured learning experience must include a combination of direct, indirect and supplementary evidence.

Assessment processes and techniques should as far as is practical take into account the language, literacy and numeracy capacity of the candidate in relation to the competency being assessed. Supplementary evidence of competency may be obtained from relevant authenticated documentation from third parties, such as existing supervisors, team leaders or specialist training staff- – but only if individually, they fulfil the Assessor requirements above.

CPP50911 - Diploma of Building Design

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Method of Assessment Assessors must satisfy the assessor requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) current at the time of assessment.

In addition teachers, trainers and assessors must demonstrate current membership of a relevant industry association (e.g. the Royal Australian Institute of Architects [trading as the Australian Institute of Architects], the Institution of Engineers Australia [trading as Engineers Australia], the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and/or the Building Designers Association of Australia) at, at least, Chartered (or full Corporate) Level. Also where a teacher, trainer or assessor cannot evidence their role(s) in the previous ten (10) years as either a:

  • Principal Designer or Senior Manager or Supervisor of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of a significant number of residential or commercial projects each year, including a number of concurrent projects; or as a
  • Designer, Design Manager, Senior Manager, or Registered Architect of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of Class 2-9 Buildings (over three storeys in height and above 2000m2 in area).

then teachers, trainers and assessors must be able to demonstrate their competency by independent third party industry peer review through registration at least Level 1 in the Building Design Category of the National Building Professionals Register - current registration demonstrates adequate industry currency, a history of suitable industry employment, and possession of the competencies required of this Unit.

Notes:

  1. The experience cited must be Australian experience in the employ of an independent Architectural or Design Practice (other than solely Interior or Landscape Architecture/Design), Building Contractor and/or Builder/Developer – NOT the client, or any statutory or government agency (other than the Office of Government Architect in any State or Territory).
  2. Foreign experience is NOT applicable.
  3. Full Membership of IEAust (trading as Engineers Australia) as a Structural (not Civil) Engineer, the RAIA (trading as the Australian Institute of Architects), the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors IS evidence of having the competencies to both teach and assess this Unit- – but where such individuals only possess foreign qualifications then they must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  4. Membership of a foreign institution, or an Australian branch of a foreign institution, is NOT applicable to these roles.
  5. Past memberships of professional institutions, are NOT applicable.
  6. Past licences and registrations held, are NOT applicable.
  7. Current National Building Professionals Register (NBPR) in the Construction/ Building Project Management Category or Buidling Design Cateogry, registration at the levels cited above IS suitable and complete evidence of industry currency, possession of the relevant competencies, and a sufficient history of suitable industry employment to teach and assess all units of this qualification..
  8. A current (not past) head Building Contractors’’ Licence (which requires Continued Professional Development [CPD], NOT a Building Supervisor’s Certificate or similar which does not require CPD) that permits the holder to contract to build complete BCA/NCC Class 2 buildings which is both uninhibited (the ability to carry out all work for which mandatory insurance is required) and unencumbered (there have been no restraints, either disciplinary or in recognition of limited expertise, placed on the licence) IS evidence of industry currency.
  9. Current registration in the trainer's or assessor's own name (NOT a corporate entity) as an Architect or as a Structural (but not Civil) Engineer IS evidence of industry currency.
  10. Current statutory registration as a Building Designer, that permits the holder to design complete BCA/NCC Class 2 buildings (for both development and building approvals) IS evidence of industry currency.
  11. The qualifications and experience required for registration as an Architect, Building Designer, or an Engineer are of themselves NOT applicable. Merely holding a qualification and/or Unit is not sufficient - nor is any qualification, deemed equivalent to any of these requirements listed above. It is NOT acceptable for an Assessor or Trainer to only hold non Australian qualifications regardless of any Australian registration, license or membership- – where this is the case, then such individuals must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  12. Training and Assessment Strategies, and individual Assessments for this Unit and the qualifications of which it forms part, shall only be prepared and approved by those individuals who meet the Assessor requirements above, and industry validation is required from individuals who themselves also meet this requirement.
  • include direct observation of tasks in real or simulated work conditions, with questioning to confirm the ability to consistently identify and correctly interpret the essential underpinning knowledge required for practical application
  • reinforce the integration of employability skills with workplace tasks and job roles
  • confirm that competency is verified and able to be transferred to other circumstances and environments.

Validity and sufficiency of evidence requires that:

  • competency will need to be demonstrated over a period of time reflecting the scope of the role and the practical requirements of the workplace
  • where the assessment is part of a structured learning experience the evidence collected must relate to a number of performances assessed at different points in time and separated by further learning and practice, with a decision on competency only taken at the point when the assessor has complete confidence in the person's demonstrated ability and applied knowledge
  • all assessment that is part of a structured learning experience must include a combination of direct, indirect and supplementary evidence.

Assessment processes and techniques should as far as is practical take into account the language, literacy and numeracy capacity of the candidate in relation to the competency being assessed. Supplementary evidence of competency may be obtained from relevant authenticated documentation from third parties, such as existing supervisors, team leaders or specialist training staff - but only if individually, they fulfil the Assessor requirements above.

CPP60419 – Advanced Diploma of Building Design

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Method of Assessment

Assessors must satisfy the assessor requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) current at the time of assessment.

In addition teachers, trainers and assessors must demonstrate current membership of a relevant industry association (e.g. the Royal Australian Institute of Architects [trading as the Australian Institute of Architects], the Institution of Engineers Australia [trading as Engineers Australia], the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and/or the Building Designers Association of Australia) at, at least, Chartered (or full Corporate) Level. Also where a teacher, trainer or assessor cannot evidence their role(s) in the previous ten (10) years as either a:

  • Principal Designer or Senior Manager or Supervisor of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of a significant number of residential or commercial projects each year, including a number of concurrent projects; or as a
  • Designer, Design Manager, Senior Manager, or Registered Architect of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of any and all BCA/NCC Classes of Buildings of Type A Construction.

then teachers, trainers and assessors must be able to demonstrate their competency by independent third party industry peer review through registration at least Level 1 in the Building Design Category of the National Building Professionals Register - current registration demonstrates adequate industry currency, a history of suitable industry employment, and possession of the competencies required of this Unit.

Notes:

  1. The experience cited must be Australian experience in the employ of an independent Architectural or Design Practice (other than solely Interior or Landscape Architecture/Design), Building Contractor and/or Builder/Developer – NOT the client, or any statutory or government agency (other than the Office of Government Architect in any State or Territory).
  2. Foreign experience is NOT applicable.
  3. Full Membership of IEAust (trading as Engineers Australia) as a Structural (not Civil) Engineer, the RAIA (trading as the Australian Institute of Architects), the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors IS evidence of having the competencies to both teach and assess this Unit -– but where such individuals only possess foreign qualifications then they must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  4. Membership of a foreign institution, or an Australian branch of a foreign institution, is NOT applicable to these roles.
  5. Past memberships of professional institutions, are NOT applicable.
  6. Past licences and registrations held, are NOT applicable.
  7. Current National Building Professionals Register (NBPR) in the Construction/ Building Project Management Category or Buidling Design Cateogry, registration at the levels cited above IS suitable and complete evidence of industry currency, possession of the relevant competencies, and a sufficient history of suitable industry employment to teach and assess all units of this qualification..
  8. A current (not past) head Building Contractors Licence (which requires Continued Professional Development [CPD], NOT a Building Supervisor’s Certificate or similar which does not require CPD) that permits the holder to contract to build complete buildings of any and all BCA/NCC Classes of Buildings which is both uninhibited (the ability to carry out all work for which mandatory insurance is required) and unencumbered (there have been no restraints, either disciplinary or in recognition of limited expertise, placed on the licence) IS evidence of industry currency.
  9. Current registration in the trainer's or assessor's own name (NOT a corporate entity) as an Architect or as a Structural (but not Civil) Engineer IS evidence of industry currency.
  10. Current statutory registration as a Building Designer, that permits the holder to design complete buildings of any and all BCA/NCC Classes of Buildings (for both development and building approvals) IS evidence of industry currency.
  11. The qualifications and experience required for registration as an Architect, Building Designer, or an Engineer are of themselves NOT applicable. Merely holding a qualification and/or Unit is not sufficient - nor is any qualification, deemed equivalent to any of these requirements listed above. It is NOT acceptable for an Assessor or Trainer to only hold non Australian qualifications regardless of any Australian registration, license or membership -– where this is the case, then such individuals must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  12. Training and Assessment Strategies, and individual Assessments for this Unit and the qualifications of which it forms part, shall only be prepared and approved by those individuals who meet the Assessor requirements above, and industry validation is required from individuals who themselves also meet this requirement.
  • include direct observation of tasks in real or simulated work conditions, with questioning to confirm the ability to consistently identify and correctly interpret the essential underpinning knowledge required for practical application
  • reinforce the integration of employability skills with workplace tasks and job roles
  • confirm that competency is verified and able to be transferred to other circumstances and environments.

Validity and sufficiency of evidence requires that:

  • competency will need to be demonstrated over a period of time reflecting the scope of the role and the practical requirements of the workplace
  • where the assessment is part of a structured learning experience the evidence collected must relate to a number of performances assessed at different points in time and separated by further learning and practice, with a decision on competency only taken at the point when the assessor has complete confidence in the person's demonstrated ability and applied knowledge
  • all assessment that is part of a structured learning experience must include a combination of direct, indirect and supplementary evidence.

Assessment processes and techniques should as far as is practical take into account the language, literacy and numeracy capacity of the candidate in relation to the competency being assessed. Supplementary evidence of competency may be obtained from relevant authenticated documentation from third parties, such as existing supervisors, team leaders or specialist training staff- but only if individually, they fulfil the Assessor requirements above.

CPP80213 - Graduate Diploma of Building Design

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Method of Assessment

Assessors must satisfy the assessor requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) current at the time of assessment.

In addition teachers, trainers and assessors must demonstrate current membership of a relevant industry association (e.g. the Royal Australian Institute of Architects [trading as the Australian Institute of Architects], the Institution of Engineers Australia [trading as Engineers Australia], the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and/or the Building Designers Association of Australia) at, at least, Chartered (or full Corporate) Level. Also where a teacher, trainer or assessor cannot evidence their role(s) in the previous ten (10) years as either a:

  • Principal Designer or Senior Manager or Supervisor of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of a significant number of residential or commercial projects each year, including a number of concurrent projects; or as a
  • Designer, Design Manager, Senior Manager, or Registered Architect of a Building Design or Architecture Practice, or of a Builder or Developer, resulting in the construction of any and all BCA/NCC Classes of Buildings of Type A and B Construction.

then teachers, trainers and assessors must be able to demonstrate their competency by independent third party industry peer review through registration at least Level 1 in the Building Design Category of the National Building Professionals Register - current registration demonstrates adequate industry currency, a history of suitable industry employment, and possession of the competencies required of this Unit.

Notes:

  1. The experience cited must be Australian experience in the employ of an independent Architectural or Design Practice (other than solely Interior or Landscape Architecture/Design), Building Contractor and/or Builder/Developer – NOT the client, or any statutory or government agency (other than the Office of Government Architect in any State or Territory).
  2. Foreign experience is NOT applicable.
  3. Full Membership of IEAust (trading as Engineers Australia) as a Structural (not Civil) Engineer, the RAIA (trading as the Australian Institute of Architects), the Australian Institute of Building, the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors IS evidence of having the competencies to both teach and assess this Unit- – but where such individuals only possess foreign qualifications then they must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  4. Membership of a foreign institution, or an Australian branch of a foreign institution, is NOT applicable to these roles.
  5. Past memberships of professional institutions, are NOT applicable.
  6. Past licences and registrations held, are NOT applicable.
  7. Current National Building Professionals Register (NBPR) in the Construction/ Building Project Management Category or Buidling Design Cateogry, registration at the levels cited above IS suitable and complete evidence of industry currency, possession of the relevant competencies, and a sufficient history of suitable industry employment to teach and assess all units of this qualification..
  8. A current (not past) uninhibited Building Contactors’ Licence (which requires Continued Professional Development [CPD], NOT a Building Supervisor’s Certificate or similar which does not require CPD) that permits the holder to contract to build complete buildings of any and all BCA/NCC Classes of Buildings which is both uninhibited (the ability to carry out all work for which mandatory insurance is required) and unencumbered (there have been no restraints, either disciplinary or in recognition of limited expertise, placed on the licence) IS evidence of industry currency.
  9. Current registration in the trainer's or assessor's own name (NOT a corporate entity) as an Architect or as a Structural (but not Civil) Engineer IS evidence of industry currency.
  10. Current statutory registration as a Building Designer, that permits the holder to design complete houses IS evidence of industry currency
  11. The qualifications and experience required for registration as an Architect, Building Designer, or an Engineer are of themselves NOT applicable. Merely holding a qualification and/or Unit is not sufficient - nor is any qualification, deemed equivalent to any of these requirements listed above. It is NOT acceptable for an Assessor or Trainer to only hold non Australian qualifications regardless of any Australian registration, license or membership - – where this is the case, then such individuals must also demonstrate successful completion of further and specific (not generic) study of: the Building Code of Australia; and the National Construction Code; and Australian’s Codes of Practice and Standards; and Australian Building Contract Law; and Australian Building Industry and Planning Legislation – either as National Units of Competency, or qualifications and training formally endorsed and/or accredited either by the Australian Association of Accredited Certifier, or the Australian Institute of Building, or the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
  12. Training and Assessment Strategies, and individual Assessments for this Unit and the qualifications of which it forms part, shall only be prepared and approved by those individuals who meet the Assessor requirements above, and industry validation is required from individuals who themselves also meet this requirement.
  • include direct observation of tasks in real or simulated work conditions, with questioning to confirm the ability to consistently identify and correctly interpret the essential underpinning knowledge required for practical application
  • reinforce the integration of employability skills with workplace tasks and job roles
  • confirm that competency is verified and able to be transferred to other circumstances and environments.

Validity and sufficiency of evidence requires that:

  • competency will need to be demonstrated over a period of time reflecting the scope of the role and the practical requirements of the workplace
  • where the assessment is part of a structured learning experience the evidence collected must relate to a number of performances assessed at different points in time and separated by further learning and practice, with a decision on competency only taken at the point when the assessor has complete confidence in the person's demonstrated ability and applied knowledge
  • all assessment that is part of a structured learning experience must include a combination of direct, indirect and supplementary evidence.

Assessment processes and techniques should as far as is practical take into account the language, literacy and numeracy capacity of the candidate in relation to the competency being assessed. Supplementary evidence of competency may be obtained from relevant authenticated documentation from third parties, such as existing supervisors, team leaders or specialist training staff -– but only if individually, they fulfil the Assessor requirements above.

Recognised prior learning & sequencing

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Recognised prior learning is an assessment process as part of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) allowing students to receive recognition for previous competency outcomes. Recognised prior learning encompasses formal, informal and non-formal learning, and if successful can reduce the duration of a qualification and potentially satisfy entry requirements and pre-requisites. The credit outcomes of recognised prior learning are specific to the individual’s circumstance.

Source: https://www.aqf.edu.au/sites/aqf/files/rpl-explanation.pdf

Assessment must satisfy the Principles of Assessment and Rules of Evidence and all regulatory requirements included within the Standards for Registered Training Organisations current at the time of assessment.

Industry sources recommend specific attention be paid to the rules of evidence in relation to currency and element level mapping. “Current” is considered to be within the immediate two years prior to enrolment. Key areas of attention are provided below:

  • Recognised prior learning based on work experience requires reference to specific current examples addressing individual elements. RPL cannot be based on employment as a Tradesperson, Draftsperson or Architect, Civil Engineer or Structural Engineer alone.
  • Recognised prior learning based on qualifications requires element level mapping at the same or higher AQF Level.
  • Recognised prior learning for these units cannot be based on presentation of an occupational builder’s licence with limitations such as the inability to carry out building works which require mandatory insurance (prohibiting the licence holder to contract to build complete houses),
  • Recognised prior learning for these units cannot be solely based the possession of any nor registration and Architect, Engineer or Building Designer, nor a Qualified Building Supervisor’s Certificate.

Supporting resources

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Building Design

These resources may assist with following training packages:

  • Certificate IV in Residential Drafting
  • Diploma of Building Design
  • Advanced Diploma of Building Design
  • Graduate Diploma of Building Design
Resource Type Description Link
Performance Solution Process Document This document outlines a process to assist practitioners with the development and approval of simple and complex Performance Solutions. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Development-of-Performance-Solutions
NCC: Developing Performance Solutions video This clip provides an overview of the Australian Building Codes Board’s guide to the Development of Performance Based Design Solutions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-51SNMp10cs
Energy Efficiency NCC Volume Two Handbook

This non-mandatory Handbook provides details of the energy efficiency requirements of NCC Volume Two. It aims to provide practitioners with sufficient knowledge to successfully apply energy efficiency requirements for residential dwellings.

The Handbook has a practical focus, and is intended to provide an understanding of the policy objectives and the technical basis of the NCC requirements. This will enable practitioners to manage a range of situations where different design and assessment tools are needed.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/energy-efficiency-ncc-volume-two
Energy efficiency for small office building Case Study

This Case Study outlines developing a DTS Solution for the energy efficiency of a small office building. It is based on the DTS Provisions in Section J of NCC Volume One.

The design provides an example of how to apply the following sections of the NCC energy efficiency provisions:

· J1 Building fabric

· J3 Building sealing

· J5 Air-conditioning and ventilation systems

· J6 Artificial lighting and power

· J7 Heated water supply and swimming pool and spa pool plant

· J8 Facilities for energy monitoring.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/energy-efficiency-small-office-building
Energy efficiency hotel façade Case Study

This Case Study outlines developing a DTS Solution and a Performance Solution for the energy efficiency of the facade of a hotel. It is based on the DTS Provisions in Section J, Part J1 Building fabric in NCC Volume One, as well as the Verification Method, JV3 Verification using a reference building.

This Case Study aims to demonstrate the practical application of J1 and JV3 for a hotel with substantial glazing. The design scenarios considered include:

· wall-only R-Value

· percentage glazing allowance

· fixed glazing Total System U-Value

· fixed glazing Total System SHGC

· fixed glazing area

· horizontal shading.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/energy-efficiency-hotel-façade
Fire Safety Verification method (FAQ) FAQ Commonly asked questions about the Fire Safety Verification Method in NCC Volume One. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/faq-fire-safety-verification-method
Fire Safety Verification Method Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance to use the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC Volume One. The FSVM is a voluntary tool under a Performance Solution pathway, providing a documented process in the design of fire safety Performance Solutions and is based on the International Fire Engineering Guidelines (IFEG). https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-Safety-Verification-Method
Verification using a reference building (JV3) Scenario

This Performance Solution Scenario has been developed to assist building practitioners in formulating Performance Solutions concerning energy efficiency of a commercial building. This Scenario demonstrates the performance design process used when a Class 5 (commercial) building designs thermal performance is satisfied using a Performance Solution. It specifically relates to NCC Volume One, Performance Requirements JP1 Energy Efficiency.

It is recommended that this is read in conjunction with the Developing a Performance Solution document.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/verification-using-a-reference-building-jv3
Lighting calculator NCC Volume Two Calculator The lighting calculator assists in understanding and applying the NCC Volume Two, Part 3.12.5.5 Artificial lighting Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions for energy efficiency. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Tools-Calculators/Lighting-Calculator-NCC-2019-Volume-Two
Façade calculator NCC Volume One Calculator The facade calculator assists in understanding and applying the NCC Volume One Part J1.5 Building fabric DTS Provisions, and the JV3 Verification Method (Verification using a reference building) for energy efficiency. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Tools-Calculators/facade-calculator-ncc-2019-volume-one
Glazing Calculator, NCC 2019 Volume Two Calculator The glazing calculator assists in understanding and applying the NCC Volume Two, Part 3.12.2 External glazing DTS Provisions for energy efficiency. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Tools-Calculators/Glazing-Calculator-NCC-2019-Volume-Two
Pump systems calculator NCC Volume One Calculator The NCC 2019 Pump systems calculator assists in understanding and applying the NCC Volume One Part J5.7 Pump systems DTS Provisions for energy efficiency. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Tools-Calculators/pump-system-calculator-ncc-2019-volume-one
Verification using Green Star (JV2) scenario

This Performance Solution scenario has been developed to assist building practitioners in formulating Performance Solutions using the Green Star - Design and As Built rating.

It steps through the considerations for a Performance Solution for the energy efficiency of an office building.
It is recommended that this is read in conjunction with the Developing a Performance Solution document.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/verification-using-green-star-jv2
Verification using a reference building (JV3) scenario

This Performance Solution Scenario has been developed to assist building practitioners in formulating Performance Solutions concerning energy efficiency of a commercial building. This Scenario demonstrates the performance design process used when a Class 5 (commercial) building designs thermal performance is satisfied using a Performance Solution. It specifically relates to NCC Volume One, Performance Requirements JP1 Energy Efficiency.

It is recommended that this is read in conjunction with the Developing a Performance Solution document.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/verification-using-a-reference-building-jv3
Verification using NABERS energy for offices (JV1) Scenario

This Performance Solution Scenario has been developed to assist building practitioners in formulating Performance Solutions using a NABERS Energy Commitment Agreement.

The Performance Solution Scenario has been developed in collaboration with National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS).

It is recommended that this is read in conjunction with the Developing a Performance Solution document.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/verification-using-nabers-energy-for-offices-jv1
Adaptive Thermal Comfort and Predicted Mean Vote (PMV) Scenario

This Performance Solution Scenario has been developed to assist building practitioners in formulating Performance Solutions concerning energy efficiency.

This Scenario demonstrates the performance-based design process for ventilation for a university building using adaptive thermal comfort and Predicted Mean Vote (PMV) to satisfy part of the Performance Requirement JP1.

It is recommended that this is read in conjunction with the Developing a Performance Solution document.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/adaptive-thermal-comfort-and-predicted-mean-vote
Fire Safety Verification Method: Architects and Builders Designers webinar video This webinar discusses the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in the NCC Volume One from an Architects and Building Designers perspective. It was recorded on 3 March 2020. Paul England introduces the FSVM and provides an Architects and Building Designers perspective with Mark Whybro (AFAC) providing a fire authority perspective. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fZL5KuosK0
Disability Access: Riley Street Apartments Case study This case study outlines the Performance Solution used to address the requirements for a residential apartment which included wheelchair access. It uses a wheelchair compliant lift size whilst maximising ‘liveable’ space in the residential apartments. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Performance-Solution-case-study-Riley-Street-Apartments
Energy Efficiency: Matlock Street renovation Case study This case study outlines the Performance Solution used to address the requirements for an energy efficient and sustainable renovation of an early 20th century residential dwelling, whilst preserving the dwelling’s character. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Performance-Solution-case-study-Matlock-Street-renovation
Condensation in buildings Handbook

This non-mandatory Handbook is intended to assist architects, designers and builders in the assessment and the management of the risk of condensation and its consequences. It should be read in conjunction with the BCA provisions relating to condensation, damp and weatherproofing, and energy efficiency for all classes of buildings.

This Handbook recognises the complexities of the environment, building construction and behavioural factors, which contribute to condensation risk and its effective management.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Condensation-in-Buildings
Access Verification Methods Handbook

This non-mandatory Handbook provides details of the access Verification Methods for buildings in NCC Volume One. The access Verification Methods, DV2 and DV3 cover access to and within a building and ramps.

It provides practitioners with an understanding of the methodologies to use when developing a Performance Solution based on these Verification Methods

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Access-Verification-Methods
Gutter and downpipe provisions for housing Resource Understanding the NCC, Gutter and Downpipe Provisions for Housing, includes information for building designers, hydraulic consultants, plumbers, builders, and other onsite trades, about the selection and installation of gutters and downpipes, including overflow measures. It features a general representation of the Deemed-to-Satisfy Acceptable Construction Practice (ACP) Provisions referenced in NCC Volume Two. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Gutter-and-downpipe-provisions-for-housing
Gutter and downpipe provisions for housing Calculator

The Gutters, Downpipes and Overflow (GDO) Calculator assists in developing a better understanding of the NCC Volume Two Part 3.5.3 Gutters and Downpipes Acceptable Construction Practice (ACP) provisions.

To use the GDO Calculator enter information about the location, roof design and types of overflow measures. Based on the location, roof design and overflow types, the calculator provides the allowable gutter types, downpipe sizes and whether the selected overflow measures are adequate. It is a MS Excel file and uses data contained in NCC Volume Two for the calculations.

This calculator has been created and designed for Excel 2013 for Windows. Compatibility with other versions and operating systems is not guaranteed.

https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Tools-Calculators/GDO-Calculator
Pump system calculator video This video demonstrates how to use the new Pump System Calculator for NCC Volume One. This is done through the application of the calculator to an example pump system. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXIYHGhhl48
Fan system calculator video This video demonstrates how to use the new Fan System Calculator for NCC Volume One. This is done through the application of the calculator to an example fan system. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rb-wdndVhyU
Verification using a reference building V2.6.2.2 video This video describes the new Verification Method V2.6.2.2 within NCC Volume Two. This method compares a building’s energy usage with a reference building model. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvwtzd3pYV8
Building sealing verification Video This video describes the new Verification Method V2.6.2.3 within NCC Volume Two. This method uses practical testing to verify that a building is properly sealed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyR3Xm9TzCg

Fire Systems Compliance

These resources may assist with following training packages:

  • Certificate IV in Fire Systems Compliance
Resource Type Description Link
Advisory Note Fire performance of external walls and cladding 2016-3 Advisory Note At its meeting on 19 February 2016, the Building Ministers’ Forum agreed to the development and implementation of a range of measures to help address risks associated with high risk cladding products on high rise buildings. This included a National Advisory Note on the subject. The ABCB has updated this Advisory Note to reflect changes made in NCC 2019, which was adopted by States and Territories from 1 May 2019. This Advisory Note provides guidance on the application of Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions relating to the fire performance of external walls (including cladding products of external walls) of buildings of Type A and Type B construction. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-performance-of-external-walls-and-cladding
FSVM FAQs FAQ Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Fire Safety Verification Method in this publication. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/faq-fire-safety-verification-method
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance to use the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC Volume One. The FSVM is a voluntary tool under a Performance Solution pathway, providing a documented process in the design of fire safety Performance Solutions and is based on the International Fire Engineering Guidelines (IFEG). https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-Safety-Verification-Method
Use of the IFEG and FEB process Q&A The 2017 NCC Information Seminars: ‘Pathways within a Performance-based Code’ sessions included a presentation on ‘Use of the IFEG and the FEB process (Q&A)’ as part 8 of the 9 part series dedicated to the use and development of Performance-based Solutions. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Use-of-the-IFEG-and-the-FEB-process-QA
Bushfire Verification Method Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the Bushfire Verification Method in NCC Volumes One and Two. The Handbook expands on the process outlined within the Bushfire Verification Method and gives practitioners additional guidance on developing and using this Verification Method as a Performance Solution. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/bushfire-verification-method
FSVM Datasheets Handbook Annex This Annex to the ABCB Fire Safety Verification Method Handbook includes Data Sheets to support the use of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM). The FSVM provides a process for engineering the design of fire safety Performance Solutions. The version and date of each Data Sheet is indicated to facilitate continual updates to take account of feedback and the inclusion of more current and relevant data and methods as they become available. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/fire-safety-verification-method-data-sheets
Fire Safety Verification Method Awareness Webinar (Aug 2019) YouTube Clip This video is an awareness webcast of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) held in August 2019. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fire-safety-verification-method-awareness-webinar
NCC 2020 Seminars: Do control joints in tilt-up concrete external walls require fire protection? YouTube Clip This video describes how C3.1 Application of Part provides concession in Part C3 of the NCC. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/do-control-joints-in-tilt-up-concrete-external-walls-require-fire-protection
NCC 2020 Seminars: Do I need hydrants to basement levels during construction? YouTube Clip A description of how Volume One E1.9 Fire precautions during construction applies to hydrants in a building under construction. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/do-i-need-hydrants-to-basement-levels-during-construction
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Webinar - Fire Protection Practitioners (Mar 2020) YouTube Clip This webinar discusses the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC 2019 Volume One from a Fire Safety Practitioner's perspective. It was recorded on 4 March 2020. Paul England introduces the FSVM with Geoff Flower (FPA Australia) providing a Fire Safety Practitioners perspective and Mark Whybro (AFAC) providing a fire authority perspective. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fsvm-fire-safety-practitioners-webinar
NCC 2017 Seminars (05 of 13) Do walls separating balconies require an FRL? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Do walls separating balconies require an FRL?’ as part 5 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Do-walls-separating-balconies-require-an-FRL
NCC 2017 Seminars (04 of 13) Does a fire control centre need its own room? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Does a fire control centre need its own room?’ as part 4 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Does-a-fire-control-centre-need-its-own-room
Private Bushfire Shelters Handbook This performance standard has been developed to provide guidance in facilitating informed decision making in the design of a bushfire shelter. Its purpose is to lower the risks of serious injury or fatality based on the availability of technical data and the input and judgement of a broad range of stakeholders. The Handbook ensures that a private bushfire shelter built in accordance with the Standard provides a measured degree of protection to people with nowhere else to go, such as occupants of dwellings in remote locations. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Private-Bushfire-Shelters
Design and construction of community bushfire refuges Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the design and construction of community bushfire shelters. Developed as a performance based document, the Handbook is intended to assist building designers and approval authorities to make informed professional judgments on the most appropriate means of mitigating the risk to life safety during bushfire events through the use of a refuge. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Design-and-Construction-of-Community-Bushfire-Refuges

Fire Protection Inspection and Testing

These resources may assist with following training packages:

  • Certificate II in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing
  • Certificate III in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing
Resources Type Description Link
Advisory Note Fire performance of external walls and cladding 2016-3 Advisory Note At its meeting on 19 February 2016, the Building Ministers’ Forum agreed to the development and implementation of a range of measures to help address risks associated with high risk cladding products on high rise buildings. This included a National Advisory Note on the subject. The ABCB has updated this Advisory Note to reflect changes made in NCC 2019, which was adopted by States and Territories from 1 May 2019. This Advisory Note provides guidance on the application of Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions relating to the fire performance of external walls (including cladding products of external walls) of buildings of Type A and Type B construction. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-performance-of-external-walls-and-cladding
Use of the IFEG and FEB process Q&A The 2017 NCC Information Seminars: ‘Pathways within a Performance-based Code’ sessions included a presentation on ‘Use of the IFEG and the FEB process (Q&A)’ as part 8 of the 9 part series dedicated to the use and development of Performance-based Solutions. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Use-of-the-IFEG-and-the-FEB-process-QA
FSVM FAQs FAQs Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Fire Safety Verification Method in this publication. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/faq-fire-safety-verification-method
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance to use the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC Volume One. The FSVM is a voluntary tool under a Performance Solution pathway, providing a documented process in the design of fire safety Performance Solutions and is based on the International Fire Engineering Guidelines (IFEG). https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-Safety-Verification-Method
Bushfire Verification Method Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the Bushfire Verification Method in NCC Volumes One and Two. The Handbook expands on the process outlined within the Bushfire Verification Method and gives practitioners additional guidance on developing and using this Verification Method as a Performance Solution. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/bushfire-verification-method
FSVM Datasheets Handbook Annex This Annex to the ABCB Fire Safety Verification Method Handbook includes Data Sheets to support the use of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM). The FSVM provides a process for engineering the design of fire safety Performance Solutions. The version and date of each Data Sheet is indicated to facilitate continual updates to take account of feedback and the inclusion of more current and relevant data and methods as they become available. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/fire-safety-verification-method-data-sheets
Fire Safety Verification Method Awareness Webinar (Aug 2019) YouTube Clip This video is an awareness webcast of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) held in August 2019. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fire-safety-verification-method-awareness-webinar
NCC 2020 Seminars: Do I need hydrants to basement levels during construction? YouTube Clip A description of how Volume One E1.9 Fire precautions during construction applies to hydrants in a building under construction. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/do-i-need-hydrants-to-basement-levels-during-construction
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Webinar - Fire Protection Practitioners (Mar 2020) YouTube Clip This webinar discusses the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC 2019 Volume One from a Fire Safety Practitioner's perspective. It was recorded on 4 March 2020. Paul England introduces the FSVM with Geoff Flower (FPA Australia) providing a Fire Safety Practitioners perspective and Mark Whybro (AFAC) providing a fire authority perspective. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fsvm-fire-safety-practitioners-webinar
NCC 2017 Seminars (05 of 13) Do walls separating balconies require an FRL? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Do walls separating balconies require an FRL?’ as part 5 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Do-walls-separating-balconies-require-an-FRL
NCC 2017 Seminars (04 of 13) Does a fire control centre need its own room? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Does a fire control centre need its own room?’ as part 4 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Does-a-fire-control-centre-need-its-own-room
Private Bushfire Shelters Handbook This performance standard has been developed to provide guidance in facilitating informed decision making in the design of a bushfire shelter. Its purpose is to lower the risks of serious injury or fatality based on the availability of technical data and the input and judgement of a broad range of stakeholders. The Handbook ensures that a private bushfire shelter built in accordance with the Standard provides a measured degree of protection to people with nowhere else to go, such as occupants of dwellings in remote locations. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Private-Bushfire-Shelters
Design and construction of community bushfire refuges Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the design and construction of community bushfire shelters. Developed as a performance based document, the Handbook is intended to assist building designers and approval authorities to make informed professional judgments on the most appropriate means of mitigating the risk to life safety during bushfire events through the use of a refuge. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Design-and-Construction-of-Community-Bushfire-Refuges

Property Planning in Bushfire-Prone areas

Resources Type Description Link
Use of the IFEG and FEB process Q&A The 2017 NCC Information Seminars: ‘Pathways within a Performance-based Code’ sessions included a presentation on ‘Use of the IFEG and the FEB process (Q&A)’ as part 8 of the 9 part series dedicated to the use and development of Performance-based Solutions. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Use-of-the-IFEG-and-the-FEB-process-QA
FSVM FAQs FAQs Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Fire Safety Verification Method in this publication. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/faq-fire-safety-verification-method
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance to use the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC Volume One. The FSVM is a voluntary tool under a Performance Solution pathway, providing a documented process in the design of fire safety Performance Solutions and is based on the International Fire Engineering Guidelines (IFEG). https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Fire-Safety-Verification-Method
Bushfire Verification Method Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the Bushfire Verification Method in NCC Volumes One and Two. The Handbook expands on the process outlined within the Bushfire Verification Method and gives practitioners additional guidance on developing and using this Verification Method as a Performance Solution. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/bushfire-verification-method
FSVM Datasheets Handbook Annex This Annex to the ABCB Fire Safety Verification Method Handbook includes Data Sheets to support the use of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM). The FSVM provides a process for engineering the design of fire safety Performance Solutions. The version and date of each Data Sheet is indicated to facilitate continual updates to take account of feedback and the inclusion of more current and relevant data and methods as they become available. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/fire-safety-verification-method-data-sheets
Fire Safety Verification Method Awareness Webinar (Aug 2019) YouTube Clip This video is an awareness webcast of the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) held in August 2019. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fire-safety-verification-method-awareness-webinar
NCC 2020 Seminars: Do control joints in tilt-up concrete external walls require fire protection? YouTube Clip This video describes how C3.1 Application of Part provides concession in Part C3 of the NCC. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/do-control-joints-in-tilt-up-concrete-external-walls-require-fire-protection
NCC 2020 Seminars: Do I need hydrants to basement levels during construction? YouTube Clip A description of how Volume One E1.9 Fire precautions during construction applies to hydrants in a building under construction. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/do-i-need-hydrants-to-basement-levels-during-construction
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Webinar - Fire Safety Engineers (Feb 2020) YouTube Clip This webinar discusses the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC 2019 Volume One from a Fire Safety Engineer's perspective. It was recorded on 25 February 2020. Paul England introduces the FSVM and provides a Fire Safety Engineer's perspective with Mark Whybro (AFAC) providing a fire authority perspective. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fsvm-fire-safety-engineers-webinars
Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) Webinar - Fire Protection Practitioners (Mar 2020) YouTube Clip This webinar discusses the Fire Safety Verification Method (FSVM) for buildings in NCC 2019 Volume One from a Fire Safety Practitioner's perspective. It was recorded on 4 March 2020. Paul England introduces the FSVM with Geoff Flower (FPA Australia) providing a Fire Safety Practitioners perspective and Mark Whybro (AFAC) providing a fire authority perspective. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/fsvm-fire-safety-practitioners-webinar
NCC 2017 Seminars (05 of 13) Do walls separating balconies require an FRL? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Do walls separating balconies require an FRL?’ as part 5 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Do-walls-separating-balconies-require-an-FRL
NCC 2017 Seminars (04 of 13) Does a fire control centre need its own room? YouTube Clip The 2017 NCC Information Seminars included a presentation on ‘Does a fire control centre need its own room?’ as part 4 of the 13 part BCA sessions delivered throughout February and March 2017. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Videos/2017-NCC-Seminars-Does-a-fire-control-centre-need-its-own-room
Private Bushfire Shelters Handbook This performance standard has been developed to provide guidance in facilitating informed decision making in the design of a bushfire shelter. Its purpose is to lower the risks of serious injury or fatality based on the availability of technical data and the input and judgement of a broad range of stakeholders. The Handbook ensures that a private bushfire shelter built in accordance with the Standard provides a measured degree of protection to people with nowhere else to go, such as occupants of dwellings in remote locations. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Private-Bushfire-Shelters
Design and construction of community bushfire refuges Handbook This non-mandatory Handbook provides guidance on the design and construction of community bushfire shelters. Developed as a performance based document, the Handbook is intended to assist building designers and approval authorities to make informed professional judgments on the most appropriate means of mitigating the risk to life safety during bushfire events through the use of a refuge. https://www.abcb.gov.au/Resources/Publications/Education-Training/Design-and-Construction-of-Community-Bushfire-Refuges

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Three new sections were written for use in these User Guides and ‘Access and equity considerations’ has been expanded.

Assessor requirements

Assessor requirements is a set of criteria providing guidance on the requirements an assessor must satisfy to be able to certify competency in Building Construction (CPC) and Building Design (CPP) qualifications.

Recognised prior learning & sequencing

Recognised prior learning & sequencing is an assessment process where learners can seek recognition for formal, informal and non-formal learning to gain credit towards their qualification, satisfy entry requirements and prerequisites.

Assessment must satisfy the Principles of Assessment and Rules of Evidence and all regulatory requirements included within the Standards for Registered Training Organisations current at the time of assessment.

Industry sources recommend specific attention be paid to the rules of evidence in relation to currency and element level mapping. “Current” is considered to be within the immediate two years prior to enrolment. Key areas of attention are provided below:

  • Recognised prior learning based on work experience requires reference to specific current examples addressing individual elements. RPL cannot be based on employment as a Tradesperson, Draftsperson or Architect, Civil Engineer or Structural Engineer alone.
  • Recognised prior learning based on qualifications requires element level mapping at the same or higher AQF Level.
  • Recognised prior learning for these units cannot be based on presentation of an occupational builder’s licence with limitations such as the inability to carry out building works which require mandatory insurance (prohibiting the licence holder to contract to build complete houses),
  • Recognised prior learning for these units cannot be solely based the possession of any nor registration and Architect, Engineer or Building Designer, nor a Qualified Building Supervisor’s Certificate.

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Training Package Information

Industry Information

Implementation and Legal Information

 

Training Package Information

Version control and modification history

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Release Release date Comments
11.0 TBA

Building Design

Revision of three qualifications:

  • CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting
  • CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design
  • CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

Development of one new qualification:

  • CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design

Deletion of one qualification:

  • CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design

Development of nine units of competency

Revision of 24 units of competency

Deletion of eight units of competency

10.0 14 February, 2020

Waste Management

Revision of two qualifications:

  • CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management
  • CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management

Deletion of two qualifications:

  • CPP20411 Certificate II in Waste Management
  • CPP50811 Diploma of Waste Management

Revision of 21 units of competency

Deletion of 19 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 10.0

9.0 30 September, 2019

Home Sustainability

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes its version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

Deletion of 1 qualification:

  • CPP51012 Diploma of Residential Building Energy Assessment

Revision of 12 units of competency

Deletion of 13 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Security Project

Revision of 5 qualifications which supersede their versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security
  • CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security
  • CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services
  • CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management
  • CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis
  • 63 units of competency
    • 56 updated units
    • 51 equivalent units
    • 5 non-equivalent
    • 7 new units
  • 2 new skill sets

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes its version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service.

Revision of 14 units of competency

Deletion of 3 units of competency

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

   

Urban Pest Management

Revision of 1 qualification which supersedes and is equivalent to its versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

1 new qualification:

  • CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management
    • 14 units of competency
    • 2 new unit
    • 8 equivalent units
    • 4 non-equivalent units

Skill Sets

CPP units updated to latest releases:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 9.0

8.0 21 March, 2019

Real Estate

Revision of 8 Real Estate Qualifications, which supersede their versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations).

CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations).

CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management) supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking).

Real Estate Units:

  • 44 units of competency were updated to align with the Standards for Training Packages.
  • 27 new units of competency were developed to meet industry needs.

Real Estate Skill Sets

  • 12 new skill sets were developed to meet industry skills expectations.
  • 11 skill sets were developed to align with licensing outcomes.

Minor releases:

  • Unit: CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces
  • Update in the Knowledge Evidence, replaced the word ‘distilling’ with ‘diluting’.
  • Imported units updated to latest releases.

Refer to Companion Volume Implementation Guide Release 8.0

7.1 8 February, 2019

Security Operations

Updated release of CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations, which now supersedes and is non- equivalent to CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations.

Updated release of:

  • CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures.
  • CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation
  • CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures.
  • CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes, minor change to the Knowledge Evidence.

Minor change to the Knowledge Evidence to CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate, maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes.

7.0 21 January, 2019

Security Operations

Revision of 2 qualifications, which are not equivalent to their superseded versions in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations
  • CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations.

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations.

Updated 39 units of competency.

Development of 6 new units of competency.

Development of 6 new skill sets.

6.0 15 November, 2018

Revision of 1 qualification, which is equivalent to its superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service.

Revision of 15 equivalent units of competency.

5.0 June 2017

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning.

Development of 14 new units of competency.

4.2 Jan 2017

Revision of 5 qualifications, which are equivalent to their superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
  • CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
  • CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services.

Minor release to update current qualifications where a new non-native equivalent elective unit has superseded imported non-native units.

4.1 Dec 2016 Updated training package with new imported unit CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry replacing superseded CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry.
4.0 May 2016

Development of 3 new qualifications:

  • CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
  • CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management.

Redevelopment of 10 new strata community management units.

Revision 39 equivalent strata community management units.

4.0  

Revision of 2 equivalent cleaning qualifications:

  • CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations
  • CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

Development of 4 new cleaning units of competency.

Revision of 34 cleaning units:

  • 27 cleaning units equivalent to their superseded versions
  • revision of 7 common units of competency.

Revision of three cleaning skill sets equivalent to their superseded versions:

  • CPPSS00052 Develop and implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
  • CPPSS00053 Implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
  • CPPSS00055 Perform environmentally sustainable cleaning operations.

Development of 5 new cleaning skill sets:

  • CPPSS00048 Clean and restore hard floors
  • CPPSS00049 Clean carpets
  • CPPSS00051 Clean residential work sites
  • CPPSS00054 Induct cleaning staff
  • CPPSS00050 Clean hospitals and aged care facilities.
3.0 May 2016

Revision of 7 qualifications, which are equivalent to their superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package:

  • CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
  • CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying
  • CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
  • CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
  • CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services
  • CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying

Revision of 54 SSIS units of competency equivalent to their superseded versions.

Revision of 8 SSIS non-equivalent units of competency.

Development of 2 new SSIS units of competency:

  • CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data
  • CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps.

Revision of 3 common units, 2 of which are equivalent to their superseded versions:

  • CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
  • CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams.

And one (1) that is not equivalent to its superseded version:

  • CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service.
2.0 8 September 2015

Revision of 1 qualification, which is equivalent to its superseded version in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

  • CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

Revision of 15 units of competency, which are equivalent to the equivalent to their superseded versions in CPP07.

Revision of 3 skill sets equivalent to their superseded versions in CPP07:

  • CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
  • CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
  • CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests.
1.0 4 March, 2015

Primary release.

Development of 1 new qualification:

  • CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting

Development of 13 new units of competency.

 

Training Package codes and titles

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Each training package has a unique three letter national code that reflects the industry sector. For the CPP Property Services Training Package, the letter CPP stand for:

  • CP = ‘construction and plumbing’ industries
  • P = ‘property services’ industries.

 

Qualification codes

As represented in the figure below, each qualification has a unique eight-character code the:

  • first three characters identify the training package
  • first number identifies the qualification level
  • next two numbers identify the position of the qualification in the sequence of qualifications at that level
  • last two numbers identify the year in which the qualification was endorsed.

CPP qualification code

Unit of competency codes

Units of competency are nationally agreed statements about the skills and knowledge required for effective performance in the workplace. They identify outcomes as defined by regulatory requirements and agreed by industry. As such, they identify the skills and knowledge (as outcomes) that contribute to the whole job function - they do not describe how to perform a particular role.

As represented in the figure below, in the CPP Property Services Training Package, each unit of competency has a unique ten-character code where the:

  • first three letters identify the training package
  • next three letters identify the industry sector
  • final four numbers identify the position of the unit in the sequence of units in the sector.

CPP unit code


List of Qualifications and Units of Competency

List of Qualifications

Qualifications comprise units of competency that, packaged together, support an industry-agreed job role.

Qualifications typically comprise several mandatory core units that are required across the entire industry and a number of elective units that can be chosen to suit the industry sector and regulatory, enterprise, professional or individual requirements.

The AQF provides a comprehensive, nationally consistent framework for all qualifications in post-compulsory education and training in Australia.

In the VET sector, the AQF assists national consistency for all trainees, learners, employers and providers by enabling national recognition of qualifications and statements of attainment.

For a full explanation of the AQF, refer to the AQF Second Edition (January 2013), which may be found at www.aqf.edu.au.

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Qualification Code Qualification Title
CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations
CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security
CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management
CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services
CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations
CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management
CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations
CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice
CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis
CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services
CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management
CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)
CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design
CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying
CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design
CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

 

List of Units of Competency

A unit of competency is a specification of industry skills and knowledge and the application of those skills and knowledge to the standard of performance required in the workplace.

Every unit of competency has associated assessment requirements that describe the evidence and required conditions for assessment.

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CPP unit code CPP unit title
CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects
CPPBDN4002 Research and apply compliance requirements to technical construction documentation
CPPBDN4003 Collect, apply and store building design project information
CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects
CPPBDN4005 Review and report structural integrity of building designs
CPPBDN4006 Import and transpose information from external sources into digital building design drawings
CPPBDN4007 Store and retrieve building design documentation
CPPBDN4008 Produce digital building design concept drawings
CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings
CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval
CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval
CPPBDN4012 Provide support to project building designers
CPPBDN4013 Produce construction detail drawings
CPPCCL2008 Clean carpeted floors
CPPCCL2009 Perform basic stain removal from carpets
CPPCLO2002 Clean hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO2005 Maintain glass surfaces
CPPCLO2011 Maintain ceiling surfaces and fittings
CPPCLO2014 Clean and arrange furniture and fittings
CPPCLO2016 Clean wet surfaces
CPPCLO2018 Sort, remove and recycle waste material
CPPCLO2032 Plan basic cleaning activities
CPPCLO2034 Maintain storage area and cleaning equipment
CPPCLO2036 Maintain external surfaces
CPPCLO2042 Clean surfaces using microfibre equipment
CPPCLO2045 Clean rooms for guests and residents
CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO3002 Restore hard floor surfaces
CPPCLO3003 Clean using safe work practices
CPPCLO3004 Maintain carpeted floors
CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work
CPPCLO3006 Clean carpets
CPPCLO3007 Remove carpet stains
CPPCLO3008 Mitigate carpet water damage
CPPCLO3009 Clean glass surfaces
CPPCLO3010 Apply odour control to carpets
CPPCLO3011 Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices
CPPCLO3012 Repair and reinstall carpets
CPPCLO3013 Clean window coverings
CPPCLO3014 Maintain clean-room environments
CPPCLO3015 Treat complex carpet stains
CPPCLO3016 Apply topical treatments to carpets
CPPCLO3017 Clean wet areas
CPPCLO3018 Clean and maintain furniture and fittings
CPPCLO3019 Remove waste and recyclable materials
CPPCLO3020 Pressure wash and clean surfaces
CPPCLO3021 Clean industrial machinery
CPPCLO3024 Clean fabric upholstery
CPPCLO3029 Inspect sites prior to carpet cleaning
CPPCLO3030 Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpets
CPPCLO3035 Maintain cleaning storage areas
CPPCLO3036 Clean at heights
CPPCLO3037 Clean external surfaces
CPPCLO3038 Clean food-handling areas
CPPCLO3040 Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings
CPPCLO3043 Clean using microfibre and chemical-free techniques
CPPCLO3044 Prepare rooms for guests and residents
CPPCLO3045 Clean high-touch surfaces
CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff
CPPCLO4002 Develop, implement and monitor new cleaning techniques
CPPCLO4003 Manage cleaning equipment maintenance and supply
CPPCLO4022 Schedule and monitor cleaning tasks
CPPCLO4024 Manage the supply of cleaning stores to the work site
CPPCLO4025 Provide quotation for cleaning services
CPPCMN2002 Participate in workplace safety arrangements
CPPCMN2004 Provide basic client services
CPPCMN3004 Respond to enquiries and complaints
CPPCMN3005 Complete client documentation
CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service
CPPCMN3007 Support leadership in the workplace
CPPCMN4001 Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability
CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams
CPPCMN4004 Develop and manage client relations
CPPCMN4007 Manage workplace safety arrangements
CPPCMN4008 Read plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings
CPPCMN4009 Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability
CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour
CPPCOM4002 Implement safe work practices in the property industry
CPPDSM3007 Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry
CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry
CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry
CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities
CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry
CPPDSM3017 Work in the strata community management sector
CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry
CPPDSM3020 Source and extract information from strata plans
CPPDSM3021 Collect and process information relevant to strata communities
CPPDSM4009 Interpret legislation to complete work in the property industry
CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals
CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information
CPPDSM4027 Analyse resource use in building operations
CPPDSM4028 Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry
CPPDSM4031 Arrange lease of space
CPPDSM4034 Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement
CPPDSM4040 Contribute to asset life cycle maintenance strategy
CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract
CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities
CPPDSM4045 Facilitate meetings in the property industry
CPPDSM4047 Implement and monitor procurement process
CPPDSM4048 Implement customer service strategies in the property industry
CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties
CPPDSM4055 Maintain asset management system
CPPDSM4056 Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry
CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry
CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts
CPPDSM4066 Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection
CPPDSM4071 Promote process improvement in the property industry
CPPDSM4072 Provide leadership in the property industry
CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry
CPPDSM4082 Monitor service requirements of owners and occupiers in strata communities
CPPDSM4083 Terminate strata community
CPPDSM4084 Administer insurance for strata communities
CPPDSM4085 Handle strata community funds held on trust
CPPDSM4086 Oversee preparation of strata community budgets
CPPDSM4087 Facilitate operation of owners committee
CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry
CPPDSM5007 Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities
CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry
CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry
CPPDSM5025 Maintain public relations in the property industry
CPPDSM5026 Manage a consultant property project team
CPPDSM5027 Provide facilities and amenities for property users
CPPDSM5029 Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry
CPPDSM5030 Manage projects in the property industry
CPPDSM5039 Meet legal requirements in managing strata communities
CPPDSM5040 Meet ethical and professional standards in managing strata communities
CPPDSM6007 Develop life cycle asset management plans
CPPHES4001 Research and assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings
CPPHES4002 Advise clients on thermal performance of residential buildings
CPPHES4003 Operate and maintain computer system to support thermal performance assessments
CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings
CPPHES4005 Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements
CPPHES4006 Assess household water use and efficiency improvements
CPPHES4007 Assess thermal performance of existing residential buildings
CPPHES4008 Assess household waste generation and waste management improvements
CPPHES4009 Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices
CPPHES5001 Conduct thermal performance assessment of complex residential buildings
CPPINV3026 Work effectively in investigative services
CPPINV3027 Develop investigation plans
CPPINV3028 Investigate and locate subjects
CPPINV3029 Provide quality investigative services to clients
CPPINV3030 Conduct factual investigations
CPPINV3031 Conduct interviews and take statements to support investigations
CPPINV3032 Develop factual investigation reports
CPPINV3033 Conduct covert surveillance operations
CPPINV3034 Organise and operate surveillance vehicles
CPPINV3035 Develop surveillance investigation reports
CPPINV4013 Undertake case management of investigations
CPPREP3001 Comply with ethical practice in real estate
CPPREP3002 Communicate effectively to support customer service in real estate
CPPREP3003 Access and process property information in real estate
CPPREP3101 Assist in listing and marketing properties for lease
CPPREP3102 Assist in listing and marketing properties for sale
CPPREP3103 Assist with the sale of properties
CPPREP3104 Assist with maintaining and protecting condition of managed properties
CPPREP3105 Assist with property inspection
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships
CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy
CPPREP4124 End tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts
CPPREP4141 Establish and maintain property management portfolio
CPPREP4142 Promote property management products and services
CPPREP4161 Undertake pre-auction processes
CPPREP4162 Conduct and complete sale by auction
CPPREP4163 Complete post-auction process and contract execution
CPPREP4171 Represent buyer in sales process
CPPREP4172 Develop and promote property industry knowledge - buyer's agent
CPPREP4173 Complete purchase of property as buyer’s agent
CPPREP4181 Manage onsite residential property
CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property
CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks
CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale
CPPREP4204 Establish commercial property lease
CPPREP4231 Manage commercial property maintenance
CPPREP4232 Manage commercial property financial reports
CPPREP4233 Manage lessee relationships - commercial
CPPREP4234 Manage lessor relationships - commercial
CPPREP4235 End commercial property lease
CPPREP4261 Appraise business for sale
CPPREP4262 Establish vendor relationships in business broking
CPPREP4263 Manage buyer relationships in business broking
CPPREP4264 Manage the sales process in business broking
CPPREP4301 Confirm and market livestock for sale
CPPREP4302 Prepare livestock for sale
CPPREP4303 Establish vendor and buyer relationships in livestock sale
CPPREP4304 Complete sales process - livestock
CPPREP4501 Prepare to complete the sales process - off the plan properties
CPPREP4502 Support providers of social and community housing
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4504 Deliver presentations to clients in real estate
CPPREP4505 Value goods, chattels, plant and equipment
CPPREP4506 Manage offsite and lone worker safety in real estate
CPPREP4507 Provide property sustainability information in real estate
CPPREP4508 Conduct livestock auction
CPPREP4509 Auction goods, chattels or equipment
CPPREP4510 Manage short-term or holiday letting
CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
CPPREP5008 Market the property agency
CPPREP5009 Develop a marketing and service strategy in real estate
CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry
CPPREP5201 Develop and maintain commercial property market intelligence
CPPREP5311 Develop and maintain rural property market knowledge and intelligence
CPPSEC2021 Install security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2022 Install electronic locks and locking systems
CPPSEC2023 Install video surveillance systems and equipment
CPPSEC2024 Monitor and respond to electronic information from security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2025 Sell security products and services
CPPSEC2026 Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems
CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security
CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team
CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients
CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques
CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security
CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects and items to maintain security
CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises
CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security
CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons
CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises
CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables
CPPSEC2114 Monitor electronic security equipment and respond to alarm events
CPPSEC3024 Install advanced technology security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3025 Diagnose faults in advanced technology security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3035 Recommend technical security requirements to meet client needs
CPPSEC3036 Program and configure security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3037 Test installed security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3038 Commission and decommission security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3039 Diagnose faults in electronic security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3040 Coordinate installation of security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3041 Conduct routine service of security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3042 Diagnose faults in video surveillance systems and equipment
CPPSEC3043 Establish and test electronic monitoring parameters for security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3044 Conduct routine service of electronic locks and locking systems
CPPSEC3045 Assess security equipment and systems to specify required modifications
CPPSEC3046 Develop security system configurations and specifications for client sites
CPPSEC3047 Provide estimate and quote on security system installations
CPPSEC3053 Implement measures to secure IP networked security equipment and systems
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation
CPPSEC3102 Maintain operational safety and security of work environment
CPPSEC3103 Determine and implement response to security risk situation
CPPSEC3104 Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour
CPPSEC3105 Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients
CPPSEC3106 Gather, organise and present security information and documentation
CPPSEC3107 Monitor security and coordinate response from control rooms
CPPSEC3108 Store, protect and dispose of security information
CPPSEC3109 Use and maintain security databases and compile reports
CPPSEC3110 Control persons using batons
CPPSEC3111 Restrain persons using handcuffs
CPPSEC3112 Manage training and well-being of dogs for security functions
CPPSEC3113 Handle dogs for security patrols
CPPSEC3114 Control security risk situations using firearms
CPPSEC3115 Carry, operate and maintain revolvers for security purposes
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes
CPPSEC3117 Carry, operate and maintain shotguns for security purposes
CPPSEC3118 Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment and rectify faults
CPPSEC3119 Implement cash-in-transit security procedures
CPPSEC3120 Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques
CPPSEC3122 Plan provision of close protection services
CPPSEC3123 Implement close protection services
CPPSEC3124 Prepare and present evidence in court
CPPSEC3125 Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets
CPPSEC3126 Defend persons using spray
CPPSEC3127 Conduct security screening using x-ray equipment
CPPSEC3128 Conduct security screening using walk-through metal detection equipment
CPPSEC3129 Conduct security screening using explosive trace detection equipment
CPPSEC3130 Conduct security screening using hand-held metal detectors
CPPSEC3131 Select, use and maintain body armour for security purposes
CPPSEC4001 Manage work health and safety in the security work environment
CPPSEC4003 Assess and advise on client security needs
CPPSEC4004 Supervise security operations
CPPSEC4005 Facilitate security operations briefing and debriefing processes
CPPSEC4006 Conduct security risk assessment of client operations
CPPSEC4007 Identify security threats and assess impact on client operations
CPPSEC4008 Assess and prepare security tender submissions
CPPSEC4009 Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC4010 Manage monitoring centre operations
CPPSEC4011 Manage field staff activity and incident response from control room
CPPSEC4012 Assess security vulnerabilities of assets
CPPSEC4014 Commission and decommission networked security systems
CPPSEC4015 Maintain networked security systems
CPPSEC4016 Install networked security systems
CPPSEC4017 Design security system configurations and specifications
CPPSEC4018 Program and configure networked security systems
CPPSEC4019 Diagnose faults in networked security systems
CPPSEC4020 Advise on advanced technology security systems to meet client needs
CPPSEC4021 Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC4022 Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses
CPPSEC4023 Implement contracting arrangements for security businesses
CPPSEC4024 Assess security of crowded places
CPPSEC4025 Advise on operational requirements to maintain crowded place security
CPPSEC5002 Coordinate security operations
CPPSEC5003 Assess security risk management options
CPPSEC5004 Develop security risk management plans
CPPSEC5005 Implement security risk management plans
CPPSEC5006 Develop strategies to implement advanced technology security systems
CPPSEC5008 Analyse threat environment and devise strategies to respond to active threats
CPPSEC5009 Implement communication systems to respond to active threats
CPPSIS2012 Assist in collecting basic spatial data
CPPSIS2013 Store and retrieve basic spatial data
CPPSIS2015 Assist with surveying and spatial field activities
CPPSIS2016 Assist with load transfers
CPPSIS3011 Produce basic maps
CPPSIS3015 Collect basic surveying data
CPPSIS3016 Provide field support services for surveying and spatial projects
CPPSIS3018 Transfer loads
CPPSIS3019 Produce basic plans of surveys
CPPSIS3020 Perform basic surveying computations
CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data
CPPSIS4022 Store and retrieve spatial data
CPPSIS4024 Source and assess spatial data
CPPSIS4025 Collect spatial data using GNSS
CPPSIS4026 Digitally enhance and process image data
CPPSIS4027 Organise surveying field services
CPPSIS4030 Operate surveying equipment
CPPSIS4031 Perform surveying computations
CPPSIS4032 Conduct field surveying operations
CPPSIS4034 Maintain spatial data
CPPSIS4035 Apply GIS software to solve spatial data problems
CPPSIS4036 Operate spatial software applications
CPPSIS4037 Produce computer-aided drawings
CPPSIS4038 Prepare and present GIS data
CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps
CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies
CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works
CPPSIS5031 Plan spatial data collection
CPPSIS5032 Capture new spatial data
CPPSIS5035 Obtain and validate spatial data
CPPSIS5036 Integrate spatial datasets
CPPSIS5037 Maintain spatial data systems
CPPSIS5038 Develop spatial databases
CPPSIS5039 Plan and implement spatial projects
CPPSIS5040 Interpret and collate spatial data
CPPSIS5043 Design spatial data storage systems
CPPSIS5044 Develop subdivision survey designs for local government approval
CPPSIS5046 Set out stormwater systems
CPPSIS5047 Conduct GNSS surveys
CPPSIS5048 Conduct engineering surveys
CPPSIS5049 Plan and implement surveying projects
CPPSIS5051 Apply land and planning law to surveying
CPPSIS5052 Integrate surveying datasets
CPPSIS5053 Perform advanced surveying computations
CPPSIS5054 Perform geodetic surveying computations
CPPSIS5057 Conduct precision surveys
CPPSIS5058 Conduct geodetic surveys
CPPSIS5060 Develop spreadsheets for spatial data
CPPSIS5061 Locate underground services in surveying practice
CPPSIS5062 Conduct photogrammetric mapping
CPPSIS5064 Coordinate GIS data manipulation and analysis
CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures
CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys
CPPSIS6022 Produce mine drawings
CPPSIS6025 Apply quality control measures to spatial products and services
CPPSIS6031 Design basic mines
CPPSIS6032 Conduct advanced GNSS control surveys
CPPSIS6033 Conduct underground mine surveys
CPPSIS6034 Conduct mining geology operations
CPPSIS6035 Conduct complex engineering set-out surveys
CPPSIS6036 Monitor engineering structures
CPPSIS6037 Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis
CPPSIS6040 Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations
CPPSIS6041 Compile mine survey plans
CPPSPS3001 Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely
CPPSPS3002 Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations
CPPSPS3003 Maintain swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS3004 Maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems
CPPSPS3005 Maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems
CPPSPS3006 Maintain swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems
CPPSPS3007 Maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems
CPPSPS3008 Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry
CPPSPS3009 Maintain swimming pool and spa stock
CPPSPS3010 Sell swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS3011 Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing
CPPSPS3012 Access and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals
CPPSPS4001 Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4002 Install and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems
CPPSPS4003 Install and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems
CPPSPS4004 Install and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems
CPPSPS4005 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems
CPPSPS4006 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa low voltage lighting systems
CPPSPS4007 Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment
CPPSPS4008 Install, service and repair spas
CPPSPS4009 Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS4012 Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4013 Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4014 Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas
CPPSPS4016 Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services
CPPSPS4017 Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas
CPPUPM3005 Manage pests without applying pesticides
CPPUPM3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides
CPPUPM3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests
CPPUPM3010 Control timber pests
CPPUPM3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments
CPPUPM3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment
CPPUPM3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles
CPPUPM3042 Install termite management systems
CPPUPM4001 Assess and select pest management vehicle and equipment
CPPUPM4002 Schedule, organise and monitor pest management operations
CPPUPM4003 Assess and advise on pest management options for sensitive
CPPUPM4004 Assess and advise on pest management options for complex operations
CPPUPM4005 Implement and monitor pest management plans for sensitive operations
CPPUPM4006 Implement and monitor pest management plans for complex operations
CPPWMT3001 Identify and segregate waste
CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery
CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management
CPPWMT3004 Comply with environmental protection requirements when transporting waste
CPPWMT3005 Maintain storage area for waste management equipment and consumables
CPPWMT3006 Receive, transfer and dispatch waste
CPPWMT3007 Process waste using plant
CPPWMT3008 Store and monitor contained waste
CPPWMT3009 Place, compact and cover waste at landfill sites
CPPWMT3010 Maintain waste landfill sites
CPPWMT3011 Conduct waste assessments
CPPWMT4001 Develop proposals for waste management services
CPPWMT4002 Develop waste management plans
CPPWMT4003 Implement waste management plans
CPPWMT4004 Prepare waste management tender submissions
CPPWMT4005 Implement waste management site safety plans
CPPWMT4006 Monitor waste landfill sites
CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste management operations
CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders
CPPWMT4009 Conduct waste audits
CPPWMT4010 Assess and advise on waste avoidance options

 

List of Skill sets

Skill sets are single units of competency or combinations of units of competency from an endorsed training package that link to a licensing or regulatory requirement, or a defined industry need.

Skill sets may provide a bridge between qualifications and respond to regulatory needs or an identified emerging skill area.

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Skill Set Code Skill Set Title
CPPSS00045 Manage complex fumigation operations
CPPSS00046 Manage non-timber pests
CPPSS00047 Manage timber pests
CPPSS00048 Clean and restore hard floors
CPPSS00049 Clean carpets
CPPSS00050 Clean hospitals and aged care facilities
CPPSS00051 Clean residential work sites
CPPSS00052 Develop and implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
CPPSS00053 Implement environmentally sustainable cleaning programs
CPPSS00054 Induct cleaning staff
CPPSS00055 Perform environmentally sustainable cleaning operations
CPPSS00059 Batons and handcuffs
CPPSS00060 Canine
CPPSS00061 Cash-in-transit
CPPSS00062 Control room operations
CPPSS00063 Firearms
CPPSS00064 Monitoring centre operations
CPPSS00065 Residential property sales
CPPSS00066 Residential property management
CPPSS00067 Property management business development
CPPSS00068 Auctioneering
CPPSS00069 Buyer’s agent
CPPSS00070 Onsite property manager
CPPSS00071 Commercial sales and leasing
CPPSS00072 Commercial and property management
CPPSS00073 Business broking
CPPSS00074 Stock and station, stock
CPPSS00075 Stock and station, station
CPPSS00076 Administration management/office support
CPPSS00077 Security Supervision
CPPSS00078 Security Business Management

 

List of Imported Units of Competency

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Imported unit code Imported unit title Training Package
AHCCHM304 Transport and store chemicals AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM404 Develop procedures to minimise risks in the use of chemicals AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCHM405 Plan and implement a chemical use program AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCOM301 Operate compost processing plant, machinery and equipment AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCCOM302 Dispatch materials and composted product AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCLPW404 Produce maps for land management purposes AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPHT307 Prepare raw materials and compost feedstock AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPHT308 Prepare value-added compost-based products AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG307 Apply animal trapping techniques AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG312 Apply poison baits for vertebrate pest control in rural and environmental landscapes AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG409 Implement a pest management plan AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCPMG413 Define the pest problem AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AHCSAW302 Implement erosion and sediment control measures AHC Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
AVIY3075 Control remote pilot aircraft systems in normal flight AVI Aviation
BSBADM409 Coordinate business resources BSB Business Services
BSBADM502 Manage meetings BSB Business Services
BSBADM504 Plan and implement administrative systems BSB Business Services
BSBADV507 Develop a media plan BSB Business Services
BSBAUD402 Participate in a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD501 Initiate a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD503 Lead a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBAUD504 Report on a quality audit BSB Business Services
BSBCMM401 Make a presentation BSB Business Services
BSBCOM405 Promote compliance with legislation BSB Business Services
BSBCOM406 Conduct work within a compliance framework BSB Business Services
BSBCUE302 Deploy customer service field staff BSB Business Services
BSBCUE304 Provide sales solutions to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUE309 Develop product and service knowledge for customer engagement operation BSB Business Services
BSBCUS201 Deliver a service to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers BSB Business Services
BSBCUS401 Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies BSB Business Services
BSBCUS402 Address customer needs BSB Business Services
BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service BSB Business Services
BSBDIV301 Work effectively with diversity BSB Business Services
BSBFIA301 Maintain financial records BSB Business Services
BSBFIA304 Maintain a general ledger BSB Business Services
BSBFIA402 Report on financial activity BSB Business Services
BSBFIA412 Report on financial activity BSB Business Services
BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans BSB Business Services
BSBFLM303 Contribute to effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBFLM303 Contribute to effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBFLM305 Support operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBFLM306 Provide workplace information and resourcing plans BSB Business Services
BSBFLM309 Support continuous improvement systems and processes BSB Business Services
BSBFLM311 Support a workplace learning environment BSB Business Services
BSBFLM312 Contribute to team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff BSB Business Services
BSBHRM505 Manage remuneration and employee benefits BSB Business Services
BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning BSB Business Services
BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations BSB Business Services
BSBINM301 Organise workplace information BSB Business Services
BSBINM401 Implement workplace information system BSB Business Services
BSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environment BSB Business Services
BSBINN502 Build and sustain an innovative work environment BSB Business Services
BSBITS401 Maintain business technology BSB Business Services
BSBITS411 Maintain and implement digital technology  
BSBITU309 Produce desktop published documents BSB Business Services
BSBITU402 Develop and use complex spreadsheets BSB Business Services
BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships BSB Business Services
BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBLDR404 Lead a diverse workforce BSB Business Services
BSBLDR503 Communicate with influence BSB Business Services
BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals BSB Business Services
BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBMGT403 Implement continuous improvement BSB Business Services
BSBMGT406 Plan and monitor continuous improvement BSB Business Services
BSBMGT502 Manage people performance BSB Business Services
BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan BSB Business Services
BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation BSB Business Services
BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans BSB Business Services
BSBMKG501 Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities BSB Business Services
BSBMKG507 Interpret market trends and developments BSB Business Services
BSBPMG415 Apply project risk management techniques BSB Business Services
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work BSB Business Services
BSBPRO301 Recommend products and services BSB Business Services
BSBREL401 Establish networks BSB Business Services
BSBRES411 Analyse and present research information BSB Business Services
BSBRKG304 Maintain business records BSB Business Services
BSBRKG502 Manage and monitor business or records systems BSB Business Services
BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes BSB Business Services
BSBRSK501 Manage risk BSB Business Services
BSBSLS407 Identify and plan sales prospects BSB Business Services
BSBSLS408 Present, secure and support sales solutions BSB Business Services
BSBSMB301 Investigate micro business opportunities BSB Business Services
BSBSMB305 Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB402 Plan small business finances BSB Business Services
BSBSMB403 Market the small business BSB Business Services
BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning BSB Business Services
BSBSMB405 Monitor and manage small business operations BSB Business Services
BSBSMB407 Manage a small team BSB Business Services
BSBSMB417 Recruit staff BSB Business Services
BSBSMB420 Evaluate and develop small business operations BSB Business Services
BSBSMB421 Manage small business finances BSB Business Services
BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices BSB Business Services
BSBSUS401 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSB Business Services
BSBSUS406 Identify and apply sustainability rating tools BSB Business Services
BSBWHS302 Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace BSB Business Services
BSBWHS307 Apply knowledge of WHS laws in the workplace BSB Business Services
BSBWOR202 Organise and complete daily work activities BSB Business Services
BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development BSB Business Services
BSBWOR404 Develop work priorities BSB Business Services
BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development BSB Business Services
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness BSB Business Services
BSBWRK411 Support employee and industrial relations procedures BSB Business Services
BSBWRT401 Write complex documents BSB Business Services
CHCCCS020 Respond effectively to behaviours of concern CHC Community Services
CPCCBC4014A Prepare simple building sketches and drawings CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCBC4015 Prepare specifications for all construction works CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCCM2010B Work safely at heights CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry. CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCSV5011A Apply building codes and standards to residential buildings CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry CPC Construction and Plumbing Services
CPCCWHS2001 Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCMCM8001 Plan and manage complex projects CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCMCM8002 Manage the quality of projects and processes CPC Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPCSUS5002A Develop action plans to retrofit existing buildings for energy efficiency CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services
CPPACC5006A Apply ergonomic principles to accessible building design and fitout CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC5011A Prepare a concept design for accessible building work CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC8001A Research and analyse access and use requirements for people with diverse disabilities CPP07 Property Services
CPPACC8002A Research and analyse access solutions for the built environment CPP07 Property Services
CPPBDN5007A Inspect and analyse sites and produce measured drawings for small-scale building design projects CPP07 Property Services
CPPBDN5017A Produce 2-D drawings for building design projects using CAD software CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN4012A Contribute to sustainable solutions throughout a building's life cycle CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN4013B Operate a sustainable business CPP07 Property Services
CPPCMN5001A Plan for a sustainable business CPP07 Property Services
CUAACD301 Produce drawings to communicate ideas CUA Creative Arts and Culture
FBPAUD4003 Conduct food safety audits FBP Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical
FNSMCA303 Serve legal process FNS Financial Services
FNSORG501 Develop and manage a budget FNS Financial Services
FNSORG508 Analyse and comment on management reports FNS Financial Services
FNSORG601 Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes FNS Financial Services
FWPHAR2206 Operate a mobile chipper/mulcher FWP Forest and Wood Products
HLTAID003 Provide first aid HLT Health
HLTAID006 Provide advanced first aid HLT Health
HLTAID007 Provide advanced resuscitation HLT Health
HLTFA301C Apply first aid HLT07 Health
HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures HLT Health
HLTINF003 Implement and monitor infection prevention and control policies and procedures HLT Health
HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety HLT Health
HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety HLT Health
ICPKNW322 Develop knowledge of the printing and graphic arts industry ICP Printing and Graphic Arts
ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTDBS502 Design a database ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT101 Operate a personal computer ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT102 Operate word-processing applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT105 Operate spreadsheet applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT203 Operate application software packages ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT210 Operate database applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT211 Identify and use basic current industry specific technologies ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT302 Install and optimise operating system software ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT307 Customise packaged software applications for clients ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT308 Use advanced features of computer applications ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTICT409 Develop macros and templates for clients using standard products ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN202 Use hand and power tools ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN207 Install and test internet protocol devices in convergence networks ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTTEN416 Install, configure and test an internet protocol network ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB401 Design a website to meet technical requirements ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB411 Produce basic client-side script for dynamic web pages ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWEB429 Create a markup language document to specification ICT Information and Communications Technology
ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures ICT Information and Communications Technology
LGACOM404B Establish cooperative arrangements with other organisations LGA04 Local Government
LGACOMP008A Apply conflict resolution strategies LGA04 Local Government
LGACORE601B Develop, implement and review operational plans LGA04 Local Government
LGAEHRH403A Operate waste transfer, collection station or landfill facility LGA04 Local Government
LGAEHRW505B Implement strategies to minimise the impact of waste on the environment LGA04 Local Government
MSFID4014 Produce digital models and documentation for interior design projects MSF Furnishing
MSL934005 Contribute to the ongoing development of HACCP plans MSL Laboratory Operations
MSMSUP301 Apply HACCP to the workplace Manufacturing Training Package
PMAOMIR210 Control evacuation to muster point PMA Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining
PSPCRT007 Compile and use official notes PSP Public Sector
PSPLND001 Investigate tenure and land use history PSP Public Sector
PSPLND002 Compile and check survey plans PSP Public Sector
PSPLND012 Review planning documents and environmental assessments PSP Public Sector
PSPREG006 Produce formal record of interview PSP Public Sector
PSPREG017 Undertake compliance audits PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC009 Handle sensitive information PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC010 Provide government security briefings PSP Public Sector
PSPSEC015 Communicate security awareness PSP Public Sector
PUAFIR518 Conduct and record a Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessment PUA Public Safety
RIISTD201D Read and interpret maps RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry
RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry
SIRRINV002 Control stock SIR Retail Services
SIRXCEG003 Build customer relationships and loyalty SIR Retail Services
SIRXCOM002 Work effectively in a team SIR Retail Services
SIRXMGT001 Supervise and support frontline team members SIR Retail Services
SISCAQU001 Test pool water quality SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU003 Maintain aquatic facility plant and equipment SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU004 Develop and implement pool water maintenance procedures SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU005 Develop and implement aquatic facility maintenance procedures SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISCAQU014 Operate self-contained breathing apparatus in an aquatic facility SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXEMR001 Respond to emergency situations SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXEMR002 Coordinate emergency response SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
SISXWHS101 Follow work health and safety policies SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation
TAEASS301 Contribute to assessment TAE Training and Education
TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction TAE Training and Education
TAEDEL404 Mentor in the workplace TAE Training and Education
TLIB0002 Carry out vehicle inspection TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC1051 Operate commercial vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC2025 Operate four wheel drive vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3036 Apply safe car driving behaviours TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3083 Operate a front lift mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3084 Operate a lift on/lift off collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3085 Operate a liquid waste collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3087 Operate a rear loading mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3088 Operate a roll on/roll off collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC3089 Operate a side loading mobile compaction/collection vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIC4006 Drive multi-combination vehicle TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID0001 Load and unload vehicles carrying special loads TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID2003 Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances TLI Transport and Logistics
TLID2022 Conduct weighbridge operations TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIF3091 Apply awareness of dangerous goods and hazardous materials requirements TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIG2007 Work in a socially diverse environment TLI Transport and Logistics
TLIU2012 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices TLI Transport and Logistics
UETTDREL14 Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker UET Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector

 

Qualification mapping information

The mapping table below details the qualifications in the CPP Property Services Training Package with comments about their relationship to qualifications in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package.

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CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting.

Qualification title changed to better reflect the occupational outcome, which remains the same.

Packaging rules changed. Total number of units reduced from 15 to 10. Core requirements strengthened and electives limited to meet industry expectations of competent drafters.

N
CPP50919 Diploma of Building Design CPP50911 Diploma of Building Design

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP50911 Diploma of Building Design.

New entry requirements.

Packaging rules changed. Total number of units reduced from 17 to 12. Number of core units increased by 2 and electives decreased by 7.

Core requirements strengthened and electives limited to meet industry expectations of the skills and knowledge required by licenced building designers.

N
CPP60419 Advanced Diploma of Building Design   New qualification. It improves articulation / occupational progression between the Diploma and Graduate Diploma of Building Design. N
  CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design

Deleted due to a lack of demand.

The qualification has had zero enrolments for a sustained period and no registered training organisation has it on scope. The four units comprising the Graduate Certificate are retained in the CPP80113 Graduate Certificate in Building Design.

 
CPP80219 Graduate Diploma of Building Design CPP80213 Graduate Diploma of Building Design

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP80213 Graduate Diploma of Building Design.

New entry requirements increase the depth of the qualification.

N
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  CPP20411 Certificate II in Waste Management Deleted due to a lack of demand.  
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management CPP30711 Certificate III in Waste Management

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP30711 Certificate III in Waste Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including a reduction in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

N
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management CPP40911 Certificate IV in Waste Management

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPP40911 Certificate IV in Waste Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including a reduction in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

N
  CPP50811 Diploma of Waste Management Deleted due to a lack of demand.  
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CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security.

Changed packaging arrangements including increase in total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streams introduced to better align with industry requirements for a technical qualification.

N
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management N
CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security CPP30507 Certificate III in Technical Security

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP30507 Certificate III in Technical Security.

Changed packaging arrangements.

New entry requirements.

N
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP30607 Certificate III in Investigative Services.

Changed packaging arrangements including an increase in the total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streaming introduced to align occupational specialisations with industry requirements.

E
CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP40707 Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including reduction in total number of units and changed core and elective requirements.

Streaming introduced to align occupational specialisations with industry requirements.

E
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
  • CPP41110 Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment
  • CPP41212 Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment

Supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP41110 Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment
  • CPP41212 Certificate IV in NatHERS Assessment

Two qualifications have been combined into one with specialisation streams in ‘thermal performance assessment’ and ‘home sustainability assessment’ to meet occupational requirements.

E
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service CPP41312 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP41312 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service.

Changed packaging arrangements - core decreased by 4 to 8 units and electives increased from 8 to 12 units. Additional imported units included in elective bank.

E
CPP41519 Certificate IV in Security Risk Analysis   New qualification to meet industry requirements for qualified security risk advisers who can apply technical security and operations expertise in a risk management environment.  
CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management   New qualification  
CPP50619 Diploma of Security Risk Management CPP50611 Diploma of Security and Risk Management

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP50611 Diploma of Security and Risk Management.

Changed packaging arrangements including reduction in total number of units and changed core requirements.

New entry requirements.

N
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CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice
  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations)

Supersedes and is equivalent to:

  • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations)

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)
  • CPP40507 Certificate IV in Property Services (Business Broking)
  • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication and to provide clearer alignment with licensing outcomes.

N
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)
  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking)

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management)
  • CPP50409 Diploma of Property Services (Business Broking).

Qualifications were merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
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CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPP10107 Certificate I in Security Operations N
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CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations Revised qualification superseded and replaces CPP20212 Certificate II in Security Operations. N
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations Revised qualification superseded and replaces CPP30411 Certificate III in Security Operations. N
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations New qualification. New qualification.  
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CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service CPP31212 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service Supersedes and is equivalent to CPP31212 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service E
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CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning   New qualification.  
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CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP30216. E
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP40316. E
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP40516. E
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP50116. E
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services Revised qualification deemed equivalent to CPP50216. E
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CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP50316 Diploma of Strata Community Management   New qualification.  
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management CPP41011 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP41011.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification has increased from 13 to 14. Core reduced from eight to seven and required number of elective units increased from five to seven.

CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff is a new unit added to the core units required for the qualification.

E
CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations CPP31011 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP31011.

Total number of units required to achieve the qualification reduced from 19 to 14. Number of core units required increased from four to five. Elective units that may be selected has decreased from 15 to nine, with the allowance of units that can be drawn in from other qualifications increased from two to three.

The three core units in the now deleted CPP10211 Certificate I in Cleaning Operations are now embedded in CPP30316.

The cleaning units in the now deleted CPP20611 Certificate II in Cleaning Operations are now revised and included in CPP30316 where appropriate.

Industry-nominated carpet cleaning units previously in the now deleted CPP20711 Certificate II in Carpet Cleaning Operations and CPP31111 Certificate III in Carpet Cleaning Operations have been redesigned where appropriate and included in this revised CPP30316.

CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work is a new unit that has been added to the core units required for the qualification.

E
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CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP20112 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP20112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at eight. Composition of core and elective units changed.

E
CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services CPP30112 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP30112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 11. Composition of core and elective units changed.

CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data and CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps are revised units developed and added to elective listing.

E
CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services CPP40212 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP40212.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 15. Composition of core and elective units has changed.

Three new units added to elective listing: CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies, CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works, and CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps.

Elective unit listing tightened by reducing number of imported and CPP common units, and by reducing duplication within native units.

E
CPP50216 Diploma of Spatial Information Services CPP50212 Diploma of Spatial Information Services

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP50212.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification reduced from 16 to 15. Number of core units required decreased from seven to six. Elective units that may be selected unchanged at nine.

Composition of core and elective units changed.

Elective unit listing tightened by reducing number of imported units from 12 to nine and by reducing duplication within native units.

Relevant content from the now deleted CPP60112 Diploma of Building Surveying integrated as appropriate into CPP50216 units.

E
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying CPP40112 Certificate IV in Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP40112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification reduced from 15 to 14. Number of core units required decreased from seven to six. Elective units that may be selected unchanged at eight.

Composition of core and elective units has changed. CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data redeveloped into two revised core units: CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies and CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works.

CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps is a new unit developed and added to elective listing.

Elective unit listing tightened by deleting imported units and reducing number of CPP common units to two.

E
CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying CPP50112 Diploma of Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP50112.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at 16. Composition of core and elective units has changed.

Core unit CPPSIS5050A Create engineering drawings merged with elective unit CPPSIS5056A Design road and railway to create a larger new core unit CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures.

Elective unit listing tightened by updating imported units and reducing their number from six to four.

E
CPP60116 Advanced Diploma of Surveying CPP60312 Advanced Diploma of Surveying

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP60312.

Total number of units required to achieve qualification unchanged at nine. Entry requirement for qualification relating to CPP50116 Diploma of Surveying or its equivalent has remained.

Composition of core and elective units changed. Elective unit listing tightened by removing duplication within native units. Revised equivalent units CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys and CPPSIS6022 Develop mine drawings included in elective listing.

E
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CPP30115 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30911 Certificate III in Pest Management

Qualification replaces superseded qualification: CPP30911.

CPPPMT3002A Assess pest management options and CPPPMT3009A Advise clients on pest management options combined due to identified duplicate content, with number of core units in qualification therefore reduced by one unit to a total of nine.

Number of elective units that may be selected increased to four, with number of units allowed from outside qualification increased from one to two.

Grouping of elective units removed and choice of imported units in former Group B reduced from five to the following two units:

  • BSBSMB407 Manage a small team
  • HLTAID003 Provide first aid.
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CPP40115 Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting   New qualification.  

 

Unit mapping information

The mapping tables below detail the units of competency in the CPP Property Services Training Package with comments about their relationship to units in the CPP07 Property Services Training Package and/or earlier releases of the CPP Property Services Training Package.

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CPPBDN4101 Work effectively in a building design environment     New unit  
CPPBDN4102 Analyse building design drawings CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings.

Title changed to clarify unit outcome.

Refinements to wording in Elements and PCs.

Requirement to make a presentation removed.

Range of conditions incorporated into knowledge evidence.

E
CPPBDN4103 Use CAD software to produce drawings for building design projects   CPPBDN5017A Produce 2-D drawings for building design projects using CAD software

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5017A Produce 2-D drawings for building design projects using CAD software.

Title changed to clarify unit outcome.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Elements and performance criteria restructured and modified.

Reference to CAD is made more general.

Adjusted to include in Certificate IV.

Relevant information from Range Statement now listed in Knowledge Evidence.

E
CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirements to Class 1 and 10 building design documentation  

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects.

Units merged to remove duplication across units.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small scale residential building design projects and CPPBDN5010A Negotiate and finalise planning approval for small-scale building design projects is equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirements to Class 1 and 10 building design projects.
N
CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings

CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval

CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval

 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval
  • CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and to better reflect job role.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4010 and CPPBDN4011 is equivalent to CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings.

N
CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects has been split into two units to strengthen specific focus of the individual units. This unit is based on the construction materials component.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings and CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings is equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

N
CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects has been split into two units to strengthen specific focus of the individual units. This unit is based on the construction methods component.

NOTE

Attainment of both CPPBDN4106 Investigate materials for construction of Class 1 and 10 buildings and CPPBDN4107 Investigate construction methods for class 1 and 10 buildings is equivalent to CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects.

N
CPPBDN4108 Draw layout of required services for Class 1 and 10 buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN4109 Research architectural styles and movements     New unit  
CPPBDN4010 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPBDN5101 Produce digital 3-D models of building designs   CPPBDN5012A Produce and present 3-D models of small-scale building designs

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5012A Produce and present 3-D models of small-scale building designs.

Title change.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Elements and performance criteria restructured and modified.

Relevant information from Range Statement now listed in Knowledge Evidence.

E
CPPBDN5102 Produce compliant designs for Class 1 and 10 buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN5103 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs

CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients

CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs
  • CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients
  • CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of the three units:

  • CPPBDN5006A Consult with clients to produce approved small-scale building project design briefs
  • CPPBDN5008A Develop concepts for small-scale building design projects and finalise solutions with clients, and
  • CPPBDN5009A Produce compliant client-approved designs for small-scale building design projects

is equivalent to CPPBDN5103 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5104 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings

CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings
  • CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both units:

  • CPPBDN5011A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for small-scale residential buildings and
  • CPPBDN5015A Produce compliant client-approved working drawings for non-residential buildings

is equivalent to CPPBDN5104 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5105 Evaluate construction materials and methods for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects
  • CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged to minimise duplication across units and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both units:

    • CPPBDN5001A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale residential building design projects, and

CPPBDN5002A Research construction materials and methods for small-scale non-residential building design projects

is equivalent to CPPBDN5105 Evaluate construction materials and methods for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys.

N
CPPBDN5106 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 buildings up to two storeys  

CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects

CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects
  • CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged to remove duplication and better reflect the work task.

NOTE

Attainment of both

  • CPPBDN5003A Research compliance requirements for small-scale residential building design projects, and
  • CPPBDN5004A Research compliance requirements for small-scale non-residential building design projects

is equivalent to CPPBDN5106 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 Type B and C building designs.

N
CPPBDN5107 Manage contracts for small-scale building design projects   CPPBDN5014A Contribute to construction and building design project finalisation processes

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5014A Contribute to construction and building design project finalisation processes. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN5108 Design timber framed buildings     New unit  
CPPBDN5109 Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects   CPPBDN5005A Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5005A Recommend sustainability solutions for small-scale building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN5110 Inspect and assess sites to inform the design process   CPPBDN5007A Inspect and analyse sites and produce measured drawings for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5007A Inspect and analyse sites and produce measured drawings for small-scale building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN5111 Produce rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building designs   CPPBDN5016A Produce and present rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building design

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5016A Produce and present rendered animations of 3-D models of small-scale building design. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN6101 Produce compliant designs for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6102 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6103 Evaluate construction materials, methods and services for Class 2-9 buildings up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6104 Determine compliance requirements for Class 2-9 building designs up to three storeys     New unit  
CPPBDN6105 Manage the tendering and contract administration process for a client   CPPBDN8005A Manage the tendering and construction process for a client

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8005A Manage the tendering and construction process for a client.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task and unit adjusted for inclusion in the Advanced Diploma.

N
CPPBDN6106 Produce building information modelling for building design projects   CPPBDN5013A Develop and collaborate on building information modelling (BIM) for small-scale building design projects

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN5013A Develop and collaborate on building information models for small-scale building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better reflect work task

E
CPPBDN8101 Advise on construction materials and methods for large and complex building design projects   CPPBDN8001A Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for complex building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8001A Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for complex building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E
CPPBDN8102 Advise on compliance requirements for large and complex building design projects   CPPBDN8002A Research compliance requirements for complex building design projects

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPBDN8002A Research compliance requirements for complex building design projects.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title adjusted to better reflect work task.

E

CPPBDN8103 Scope and initiate large and complex building design

projects

  CPPBDN8003A Scope and initiate large and complex building design projects Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8003A Scope and initiate large and complex building design projects. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN8104 Manage the design of large and complex building projects   CPPBDN8007A Manage the design of Type A constructions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8007A Manage the design of Type A constructions.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed as large and complex projects are not exclusively Type A construction.

E
CPPBDN8105 Lead the building design team   CPPBDN8004A Lead the building design team Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8004A Lead the building design team. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. E
CPPBDN8106 Implement new building design technologies   CPPBDN8006A Identify and manage new building design technologies

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPBDN8006A Identify and manage new building design technologies.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better work task.

E
Deleted units Deleted
    CPPBDN4002 Research and apply compliance requirements to technical construction documentation Embedded in the compliance unit CPPBDN4104 Apply compliance requirement to Class 1 and 10 building design projects. Deleted
    CPPBDN4003 Collect, apply and store building design project information Skill implicit in all units. Deleted
    CPPBDN4005 Review and report structural integrity of building designs Compliance with requirements relating to structural integrity is embedded in relevant construction method and construction materials units. Deleted
    CPPBDN4006 Import and transpose information from external sources into digital building design drawings Embedded in CPPBDN4103 Use CAD software to produce drawings for building design projects and CPPBDN6106 Produce building information modelling for building design projects Deleted
    CPPBDN4007 Store and retrieve building design documentation Skill implicit in all units Deleted
    CPPBDN4008 Produce digital building design concept drawings Relevant content covered in units on CAD, drawing and design. Deleted
    CPPBDN4012 Provide support to project building designers Embedded in CPPBDN4101 Work effectively in a building design environment Deleted
    CPPBDN4013 Produce construction detail drawings Embedded in CPPBDN4105 Prepare drawings for planning and building approval for Class 1 and 10 buildings Deleted
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CPPWMT3001 Identify and segregate waste   CPPWMT3005A Identify and segregate waste

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3005A Identify and segregate waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Tasks associated with ‘identifying waste’ incorporated from CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged to simplify and better articulate unit structure.

Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery  

CPPWMT3014A Manually sort waste

CPPWMT3019A Prepare waste for re-use

CPPWMT3046A Conduct resource recovery

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3014A Manually sort waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3019A Prepare waste for re-use.

CPPWMT3046A Conduct resource recovery.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. New content covering the circular economy, waste-to-energy generation and facilities that process recovered resources.

Incorporates some content from deleted units: CPPWMT2048A Prepare work areas for waste sorting and CPPWMT2047A Assist with resource recovery.

N
CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management  

CPPWMT3011A Respond to waste emergencies

CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3011A Respond to waste emergencies.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3044A Identify wastes and hazards.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. Also incorporates some content from deleted CPPWMT2049A Identify waste emergency.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged to simplify and better articulate unit structure

Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT3004 Comply with environmental protection requirements when transporting waste   CPPWMT3042A Follow environmental policies and procedures when transporting waste

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3042A Follow environmental policies and procedures when transporting waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance around protecting the environment when transporting specialised waste (liquid, medical, controlled, regulated, hazardous and quarantine).

E
CPPWMT3005 Maintain storage area for waste management equipment and consumables   CPPWMT2034A Maintain equipment and consumables storage area

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT2034A Maintain equipment and consumables storage area.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate outcomes.

Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect the work requirements.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Includes requirement to identify workplace inventory and stock control equipment, software and systems and procedures for identifying and reporting discrepancies or variances. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance. Responding to emergency in storage area deleted as emergency response is covered in another unit.

N
CPPWMT3006 Receive, transfer and dispatch waste  

CPPWMT3013A Receive waste

CPPWMT3015A Move waste using loadshifting equipment

CPPWMT3018A Dispatch processed waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3013A Receive waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3015A Move waste using loadshifting equipment.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3018A Dispatch processed waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPWMT3007 Process waste using plant  

CPPWMT3016A Operate waste processing plant

CPPWMT3038A Process waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3016A Operate waste processing plant.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3038A Process waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPWMT3008 Store and monitor contained waste  

CPPWMT3017A Store waste

CPPWMT3025A Monitor contained waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3017A Store waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3025A Monitor contained waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT3009 Place, compact and cover waste at landfill sites  

CPPWMT3020A Place and compact waste

CPPWMT3021A Cover waste

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3020A Place and compact waste.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT3021A Cover waste.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged.

N
CPPWMT3010 Maintain waste landfill sites   CPPWMT3023A Maintain waste disposal sites

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3023A Maintain waste disposal sites.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT3011 Conduct waste assessments   CPPWMT3059A Plan and conduct waste assessments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT3059A Plan and conduct waste assessments.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate outcomes.

Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence has been rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

E
CPPWMT4001 Develop proposals for waste management services  

CPPWMT4030A Determine waste management services

CPPWMT4055A Develop waste management proposals

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4030A Determine waste management services.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4055A Develop waste management proposals.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT4002 Develop waste management plans  

CPPWMT5004A Develop waste management strategies

CPPWMT5036A Develop waste management plans

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5004A Develop waste management strategies.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5036A Develop waste management plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4003 Implement waste management plans   CPPWMT4007A Implement waste management plans

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4007A Implement waste management plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPWMT4004 Prepare waste management tender submissions   CPPWMT5031A Prepare detailed tenders

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5031A Prepare detailed tenders.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4005 Implement waste management site safety plans   CPPWMT5045A Develop site safety plans

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT5045A Develop site safety plans.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed as outcome changed to implement rather than develop plans. Skills and knowledge adjusted to better reflect work requirements.

N
CPPWMT4006 Monitor waste landfill sites   CPPWMT4022A Monitor waste disposal sites

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4022A Monitor waste disposal sites.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

E
CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste management operations  

CPPWMT4052A Organise waste management operations

CPPWMT4053A Conduct and monitor waste management operations

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4052A Organise waste management operations.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4053A Conduct and monitor waste management operations.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged. Elements and performance criteria redeveloped and rearranged for clarity. Knowledge evidence rationalised and updated to improve specificity and relevance.

N
CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders   CPPWMT4032A Educate clients on waste management

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4032A Educate clients on waste management.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

Incorporates some content from deleted CPPWMT5033A Educate public on waste management.

E
CPPWMT4009 Conduct waste audits  

CPPWMT4001A Plan waste audits

CPPWMT4002A Carry out waste audits

CPPWMT4003A Review, evaluate and document waste assessment findings

CPPWMT4035A Undertake waste process audits

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4001A Plan waste audits.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4002A Carry out waste audits.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4003A Review, evaluate and document waste assessment findings.

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPWMT4035A Undertake waste process audits.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Units merged.

N
CPPWMT4010 Assess and advise on waste avoidance options   CPPWMT4062A Apply waste avoidance techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPWMT4062A Apply waste avoidance techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages. Title changed to better articulate unit outcomes.

E
Deleted units Deleted
    CPPWMT2001A Prepare for work in the waste management industry Content embedded across all units. Deleted
    CPPWMT2047A Assist with resource recovery Content embedded in CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery. Deleted
    CPPWMT2048A Prepare work areas for waste sorting Content embedded in CPPWMT3002 Conduct waste resource recovery. Deleted
    CPPWMT2049A Identify waste emergency Content embedded in CPPWMT3003 Identify and respond to hazards and emergencies in waste management. Deleted
    CPPWMT3041A Identify operational requirements of waste management industry Content embedded across operational units. Deleted
    CPPWMT3051A Dispose of waste water to sewer Outcome covered by imported unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT3054A Maintain credit control Outcome covered by imported units. Deleted
    CPPWMT3063A Apply safe operational practices when vehicles contact overhead wires Outcome covered by imported unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT4006A Organise waste recovery Unit replicates content addressed in other operational units. Deleted
    CPPWMT4027A Select and obtain waste management plant, equipment and materials Industry advice unit is not required. Unit purpose and intended outcome not clear. Deleted
    CPPWMT4037A Conduct minor maintenance and repairs on waste processing plant and equipment Industry advice that this work task would be done by specialists. Unit is not required. Deleted
    CPPWMT4050A Deliver training in hazard identification and waste emergency responses Outcome covered by imported units. Deleted
    CPPWMT4056A Implement landfill rehabilitation plans Function not performed by waste management workers. Deleted
    CPPWMT4060A Apply lean management techniques Outdated unit. Deleted
    CPPWMT5033A Educate public on waste management issues Content embedded in CPPWMT4008 Provide waste management information to stakeholders. Deleted
    CPPWMT5043A Develop and implement an environmental management strategy TAG advice unit not required as the function is the responsibility of specialists with relevant expertise. Deleted
    CPPWMT5057A Develop landfill rehabilitation plans TAG advice unit not required as function is the responsibility of engineers. Deleted
    CPPWMT5058A Develop emergency response plans TAG advice unit not required as the function is the responsibility of specialists with relevant expertise. Deleted
    CPPWMT5061A Plan resource recovery Content embedded in CPPWMT4007 Organise and monitor waste recovery operations. Deleted
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CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behavior   CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPCOM4002 Implement safe work practices in the property industry   CPPHSA4005A Minimise health, safety and security risks when assessing home sustainability

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4005A Minimise health, safety and security risks when assessing home sustainability.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4001 Research and assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings.   CPPHSA4015A Assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4015A Assess impact of building elements on thermal performance of residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4002 Advise clients on thermal performance of residential buildings.   CPPHSA4019A Inform clients about thermal performance of residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4019A Inform clients about thermal performance of residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4003 Operate and maintain computer system to support thermal performance assessments   CPPHSA4020A Operate computer systems to support NatHERS assessment

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4020A Operate computer systems to support NatHERS assessment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings   CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential buildings

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential buildings.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4005 Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements   CPPHSA4001A Assess household energy use

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4001A Assess household energy use.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4006 Assess household water use and efficiency improvements   CPPHSA4003A Assess household water use

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4003A Assess household water use.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4007 Assess thermal performance of existing residential buildings   CPPHSA4004A Assess thermal performance of existing residences using non-rating tools and techniques

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4004A Assess thermal performance of existing residences using non-rating tools and techniques.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4008 Assess household waste generation and waste management improvements   CPPHSA4002A Assess household waste generation and management

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4002A Assess household waste generation and management.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPHES4009 Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices   CPPHSA4007A Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices by residents

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPHSA4007A Promote the adoption of home sustainability practices by residents.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPINV3026 Work effectively in investigative services   CPPSEC3026A Work effectively in the investigative services industry Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3026A Work effectively in the investigative services industry. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3027 Develop investigation plans   CPPSEC3027A Develop investigative plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3027A Develop investigative plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3028 Investigate and locate subjects     New N/A
CPPINV3029 Provide quality investigative services to clients   CPPSEC3029A Provide quality investigative services to clients Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3029A Provide quality investigative services to clients. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3030 Conduct factual investigations   CPPSEC3032A Gather information by factual investigation Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3032A Gather information by factual investigation. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3031 Conduct interviews and take statements to support investigations   CPPSEC3033A Conduct interviews and take statements Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3033A Conduct interviews and take statements. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3032 Develop factual investigation reports   CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3033 Conduct covert surveillance operations   CPPSEC3030A Conduct surveillance Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3030A Conduct surveillance. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3034 Organise and operate surveillance vehicles   CPPSEC3031A Organise and operate a surveillance vehicle Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3031A Organise and operate a surveillance vehicle. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPINV3035 Develop surveillance investigation reports   CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3028A Compile investigative report. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPIVN4013 Undertake case management of investigations   CPPSEC4013A Undertake case management of investigations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4013A Undertake case management of investigations.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2021 Install security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2021A Install security equipment and systems Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2021A Install security equipment and systems. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2022 Install electronic locks and locking systems   CPPSEC2022A Install mechanical lock and locking system CPPSEC2022A Install mechanical lock and locking system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2023 Install video surveillance systems and equipment   CPPSEC2023A Install CCTV equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2023A Install CCTV equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2024 Monitor and respond to electronic information from security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2024A Implement electronic monitoring procedures Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2024 Implement electronic monitoring procedures. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2025 Sell security products and services   CPPSEC2025A Sell security products and services Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2025A Sell security products and services. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC2026 Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems   CPPSEC2026A Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2026A Perform routine maintenance on security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3024 Install advanced technology security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3024A Install biometrics equipment and systems Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3024A Install biometrics equipment and systems. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC3025 Diagnose faults in advanced technology security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3025A Identify and diagnose biometric system fault Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3025A Identify and diagnose biometric system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC3035 Recommend technical security requirements to meet client needs   CPPSEC3035A Identify technical security requirements Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3035A Identify technical security requirements. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3036 Program and configure security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3036A Program security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3036A Program security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3037 Test installed security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3037A Test installed security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3037A Test installed security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3038 Commission and decommission security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3038A Commission and decommission security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3038A Commission and decommission security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3039 Diagnose faults in electronic security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3039A Identify and diagnose electronic security equipment and system fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3039A Identify and diagnose electronic security equipment and system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3040 Coordinate installation of security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3040A Plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3040A Plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3041 Conduct routine service of security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3041A Maintain and service security equipment and system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3041A Maintain and service security equipment and system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3042 Diagnose faults in video surveillance systems and equipment   CPPSEC3042A Identify and diagnose CCTV equipment and system fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3042A Identify and diagnose CCTV equipment and system fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3043 Establish and test electronic monitoring parameters for security equipment and systems   CPPSEC3043A Establish and set up electronic monitoring parameters Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3043A Establish and set up electronic monitoring parameters. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3044 Conduct routine service of electronic locks and locking systems   CPPSEC3044A Maintain and repair mechanical lock and locking system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3044A Maintain and repair mechanical lock and locking system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3045 Assess security equipment and systems to specify required modifications   CPPSEC3045A Determine security equipment and system modifications Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3045A Determine security equipment and system modifications. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3046 Develop security system configurations and specifications for client sites   CPPSEC3046A Configure a security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3046A Configure a security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3047 Provide estimate and quote on security system installations   CPPSEC3047A Provide estimate and quote on security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3047A Provide estimate and quote on security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC3058 Implement measures to secure IP networked security equipment and systems   N/A New unit N/A
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation   CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation Minor release of unit to rectify to assessment conditions.  
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques   CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques Minor release of unit to rectify to assessment conditions.  
CPPSEC4001 Manage work health and safety in the security industry   CPPSEC4001A Manage a safe workplace in the security industry Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4001A Manage a safe workplace in the security industry. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4003 Assess and advise on security needs   CPPSEC4003A Advise on security needs Supersedes and is equivalent CPPSEC4003A Advise on security needs. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4004 Supervise security operations   CPPSEC4004A Monitor and review security operations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4004A Monitor and review security operations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4005 Facilitate security operations briefing and debriefing processes   CPPSEC4005A Facilitate workplace briefing and debriefing processes Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4005A Facilitate workplace briefing and debriefing processes. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4006 Conduct security risk assessment of client operations   CPPSEC4006A Assess risks Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4006A Assess risks. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4007 Identify security threats and assess impact on client operations   CPPSEC4007A Assess threat Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4007A Assess threat. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4008 Prepare security tender submissions   CPPSEC4008A Prepare a detailed tender Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4008A Prepare a detailed tender. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4009 Interpret electronic information from advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC4009A Interpret information from advanced security equipment Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4009A Interpret information from advanced security equipment. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4010 Manage monitoring centre operations   CPPSEC4010A Manage monitoring centres Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4010A Manage monitoring centres. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4011 Manage field staff and incident response from control room   CPPSEC4011A Coordinate field staff activity from control room Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4011A Coordinate field staff activity from control room. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4012 Assess security vulnerabilities of assets   CPPSEC4012A Identify and assess security of assets Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4012A Identify and assess security of assets. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4014 Commission and decommission networked security systems   CPPSEC4014A Commission and decommission networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4014A Commission and decommission networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4015 Maintain networked security systems   CPPSEC4015A Maintain networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4015A Maintain networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4016 Install networked security systems   CPPSEC4016A Install networked security system Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4016A Install networked security system. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4017 Design security system configurations and specifications   CPPSEC4017A Determine security system configurations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4017A Determine security system configurations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4018 Program and configure networked security systems   CPPSEC4018A Configure security devices on IT networks Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4018A Configure security devices on IT networks. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4019 Diagnose faults in networked security systems   CPPSEC4019A Identify and diagnose security systems or network fault Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC4019A Identify and diagnose security systems or network fault. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC4020 Advise on advanced technology security systems and equipment to meet client needs   CPPSEC4020A Advise on the application of biometrics Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC4020A Advise on the application of biometrics. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages N
CPPSEC4021 Develop standard operating procedures for advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC4021A Prepare standard operating procedures for the use of biometrics technology

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC4021A Prepare standard operating procedures for the use of biometrics technology. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPSEC5002 Coordinate security operations   CPPSEC5002A Coordinate security operations Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5002A Coordinate security operations. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5003 Assess security risk management options   CPPSEC5003A Assess security risk management options Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5003A Assess security risk management options. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5004 Develop security risk management plans   CPPSEC5004A Prepare security risk management plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC5004A Prepare security risk management plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSEC5006 Develop strategy to implement advanced technology security systems   CPPSEC5006A Determine strategy for the implementation of biometrics technology

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC5006A Determine strategy for the implementation of biometrics technology. Unit has been broadened to cover other advanced technologies in addition to biometrics.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPSEC5008 Analyse threat environment and devise strategies to respond to active threats     New unit N/A
CPPSEC5009 Implement communication systems to respond to active threats     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4022 Establish and implement ethics and governance arrangements for security businesses     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4023 Implement contracting arrangements for security businesses     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4024 Assess security of crowded places     New unit N/A
CPSSEC4025 Advise on operational requirements to maintain crowded place security     New unit N/A
CPSSEC5005 Implement security risk management plans   CPSEC5005A Implement security risk assessment plan Supersedes and is equivalent to CPSEC5005A Implement security risk assessment plan. Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages E
CPPSPS4001 Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4001A Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4001A Assess and treat water problems in swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4002 Install and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems   CPPSPS4002A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4002A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa circulation and filtration systems.

Title changed.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4003 Install and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems   CPPSPS4003A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4003A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa dosing systems.

Title changed.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4004 Install and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems   CPPSPS4004A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4004A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems.

Title changed.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4005 Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems   CPPSPS4005A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4005A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa heating systems.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4006 Install, service and repair low voltage swimming pool and spa lighting systems   CPPSPS4006A Install, service and repair swimming pool and spa low voltage lighting systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4006A Install, service and repair low voltage swimming pool and spa lighting systems.

Title changed.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4007 Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment   CPPSPS4007A Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4007A Inspect, service and repair aquatic facility plant and equipment.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

 
CPPSPS4008 Install, service and repair spas   CPPSPS4008A Install, service and repair spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4008A Install, service and repair spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4009 Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services   CPPSPS4009A Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4009A Estimate cost of swimming pool and spa products and services.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4012 Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4012A Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4012A Design, install and service automated systems for swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4013 Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4013A Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4013A Establish maintenance plans for swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4014 Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4014A Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4014A Drain and acid wash swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4016 Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services   CPPSPS4016A Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4016A Advise on swimming pool and spa products and services.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSPS4017 Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas   CPPSPS4017A Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS4017A Detect leaks in swimming pools and spas.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPUPM3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides CPPPMT3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3005 Manage pest without applying pesticides.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPUPM3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3010 Control timber pests CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM3042 Install termite management systems CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems  

Supersedes and equivalent CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

E
CPPUPM4001 Assess and select pest management vehicle and equipment CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4002 Schedule, organise and monitor pest management operations

CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations

CPPPMT3029 Plan and schedule pest management operations

 

Supersedes and is not equivalent to

  • CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations and also
  • CPPPMT3029 Plan and schedule pest management operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4003 Assess and advise on pest management options for sensitive operations CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high risk operations  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high risk operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4004 Assess and advise on pest management options for complex operations CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high risk operations  

New unit

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high risk operations

N
CPPUPM4005 Implement and monitor pest management plans for sensitive operations CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high risk operations  

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high risk operations.

Updated to reflect current industry terminology, tools and equipment.

N
CPPUPM4006 Implement and monitor pest management plans for complex operations     New unit  

Note: the following table outlines the units of competency and qualification that were proposed for deletion from the National Register in Release 9.0 of the CPP Property Services Training Package.

These training package components were proposed for deletion due to:

  • the significant overlap and duplication of intended outcomes between existing units of competency
  • low enrolments figures.
Unit code Unit title Rationale
CPPHSA4006A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour as a home sustainability assessor Significant overlap with CPPHSA4018A Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour, which has been updated to CPPCOM4001 Manage own work, professional development and ethical behaviour.
CPPHSA4008A Apply sustainability principles, legislation and information on government programs

Incorporated into relevant updated units.

Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements;

Assess household water use and efficiency improvements;

Assess household waste generation and options to improve waste management.

CPPHSA4010A Estimate the cost of home sustainability measures

Significant overlap with CPPHSA4017A Cost measures to improve thermal performance of residential buildings, also recommended for deletion.

The TAG advised that NatHERS and Home Sustainability Assessors don’t do formal estimates but rather provide indicative costs. The concepts of indicative costs and cost effectiveness are reflected in the units.

CPPHSA4011A Collect information to support NatHERS assessment Embedded in updated unit CPPHES4004Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings.
CPPHSA4013A Conduct NatHERS assessment of existing residential buildings Significant overlap with CPPHSA4012A Conduct NatHERS assessment of planned residential building. Updated unit refers to both existing and planned.
CPPHSA4014A Meet regulatory requirements when completing NatHERS assessments Embedded in relevant updated units CPPHES4004 Conduct thermal performance assessment of residential buildings, CPPHES5001 Conduct thermal performance assessment of complex residential buildings.
CPPHSA4016A Advise on options for enhancing thermal performance of residential buildings Embedded in relevant units.
CPPHSA4017A Cost measures to improve thermal performance of residential buildings Significant overlap with CPPHSA4010A Estimate the costs of home sustainability measures, also recommended for deletion. The TAG advised that NatHERS and Home Sustainability Assessors don’t do costings but rather provide indicative costs. The concepts of indicative costs and cost effectiveness are reflected in the units.
CPPHSA5002A Assess thermal performance and energy efficiency of residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5003A Manage quality assurance of NatHERS assessments

0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.

Auditing units, which address quality assurance have been imported into the qualification elective bank.

CPPHSA5004A Educate clients about thermal efficiency of residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5005A Peer review NatHERS assessments 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPPHSA5006A Promote low and zero carbon energy technologies in residential buildings 0 enrolments for the four-year period 2014-2017.
CPP51012 Diploma of Residential Building Energy Assessment Data obtained from NCVER and the National Register of VET (training.gov.au) shows zero demand for the course. As no RTO has had it on scope, nor have there been any enrolments, the qualification will lapse.
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CPPREP3001 Comply with ethical practice in real estate   CPPDSM3018B Identify risks to agency operations

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM3018B Identify risks to agency operations.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3002 Communicate effectively to support customer service in real estate

CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry

CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry

 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry
  • CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication.

N
CPPREP3003 Access and process property information in real estate  
  • CPPDSM3006B Collect and process property information
  • CPPDSM3015B Use and maintain property and client information databases

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3006B Collect and process property information and
  • CPPDSM3015B Use and maintain property and client information databases.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3101 Assist in listing and marketing properties for lease  
  • CPPDSM3001A Assist in listing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM3003A Assist in marketing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM4010A Lease property

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3001A Assist in listing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM3003A Assist in marketing properties for lease
  • CPPDSM4010A Lease property.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3102 Assist in listing and marketing properties for sale  
  • CPPDSM3002A Assist in listing properties for sale
  • CPPDSM3004A Assist in marketing properties for sale

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3002A Assist in listing properties for sale
  • CPPDSM3004A Assist in marketing properties for sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP3103 Assist with the sale of properties   CPPDSM3005A Assist with the sale of properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3005A Assist with the sale of properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP3104 Assist with maintaining and protecting condition of managed properties   CPPDSM3008A Maintain and protect condition of managed properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3008A Maintain and protect condition of managed properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP3105 Assist with property inspection CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities CPPDSM3014A Undertake property inspection

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities and
  • CPPDSM3014A Undertake property inspection.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
  • CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry
  • CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry
 

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry, and
  • CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication.

N
CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
  • CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
  • CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work,
  • CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work,
  • CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk, and
  • CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate   CPPDSM4002A Apply knowledge of state or territory legislative and regulatory framework to complete agency work

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4002A Apply knowledge of state or territory legislative and regulatory framework to complete agency work.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate   CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts  
  • CPPDSM4006A Establish and manage agency trust accounts
  • CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4006A Establish and manage agency trust accounts
  • CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease  
  • CPPDSM4003A Appraise property
  • CPPDSM4012A List property for sale
  • CPPDSM4025A Advise on performance of asset
  • CPPDSM4030A Appraise rural property
  • CPPDSM4064A Participate in research of property investment

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4003A Appraise property
  • CPPDSM4012A List property for sale
  • CPPDSM4025A Advise on performance of asset
  • CPPDSM4030A Appraise rural property
  • CPPDSM4064A Participate in research of property investment.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4102 Market property  
  • CPPDSM4014A Market property for sale
  • CPPDSM4061A Obtain prospects for listing

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4014A Market property for sale
  • CPPDSM4061A Obtain prospects for listing.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships  
  • CPPDSM4056A Manage conflict and disputes in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4060A Negotiate sale and manage sale to completion or settlement
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4056A Manage conflict and disputes in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4060A Negotiate sale and manage sale to completion or settlement.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships     New unit of competency.  
CPPREP4105 Sell property  
  • CPPDSM4017A Negotiate effectively in property transactions
  • CPPDSM4021A Sell and finalise sale of rural property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4067A Plan for and complete sale of rural property by auction
  • CPPDSM4078A Sell rural property by tender

Supersedes but is not equivalent to

  • CPPDSM4017A Negotiate effectively in property transactions
  • CPPDSM4021A Sell and finalise sale of rural property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
  • CPPDSM4067A Plan for and complete sale of rural property by auction
  • CPPDSM4078A Sell rural property by tender.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships  
  • CPPDSM4011A List property for lease
  • CPPDSM4013A Market property for lease
  • CPPDSM4016A Monitor and manage lease or tenancy agreement
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4011A List property for lease
  • CPPDSM4013A Market property for lease
  • CPPDSM4016AMonitor and manage lease or tenancy agreement.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships   CPPDSM4046A Manage tenancy disputes

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4046A Manage tenancy disputes.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4124 End tenancy     New unit.  
CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts     New unit.  
CPPREP4141 Establish and maintain property management portfolio     New unit.  
CPPREP4142 Promote property management products and services     New unit.  
CPPREP4161 Undertake pre-auction processes     New unit.  
CPPREP4162 Conduct and complete sale by auction  
  • CPPDSM4004A Conduct auction
  • CPPDSM4019A Prepare for auction and complete sale
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4004A Conduct auction
  • CPPDSM4019A Prepare for auction and complete sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4163 Complete post-auction process and contract execution     New unit of competency.  
CPPREP4171 Represent buyer in sales process   CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4172 Develop and promote property industry knowledge - buyer’s agent     New unit.  
CPPREP4173 Complete purchase of property as buyer’s agent     New unit.  
CPPREP4181 Manage onsite residential property     New unit.  
CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information CPPDSM4032A Arrange valuation of facilities and assets
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information
  • CPPDSM4032A Arrange valuation of facilities and assets.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks     New unit.  
CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale   CPPDSM4036A Broker sale of industrial, commercial and retail property

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4036A Broker sale of industrial, commercial and retail property.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4204 Establish commercial property lease  
  • CPPDSM4041A Contribute to development of a tenancy mix strategy
  • CPPDSM4050A Lease industrial, commercial and retail property
  • CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4041A Contribute to development of a tenancy mix strategy
  • CPPDSM4050A Lease industrial, commercial and retail property
  • CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4231 Manage commercial property maintenance
  • CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract
  • CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities
  • CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4043A Coordinate fit-out of property and facilities
  • CPPDSM4058A Monitor service requirements in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4059A Monitor space use in the property industry

Supersedes but is not equivalent to:

  • CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract
  • CPPDSM4043A Coordinate fit-out of property and facilities
  • CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities
  • CPPDSM4058A Monitor service requirements in the property industry,
  • CPPDSM4059A Monitor space use in the property industry
  • CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4232 Manage commercial property financial reports     New unit.  
CPPREP4233 Manage lessee relationships - commercial   CPPDSM4062A Occupy space

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4062A Occupy space.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4234 Manage lessor relationships – commercial     New unit.  
CPPREP4235 End commercial property lease     New unit.  
CPPREP4261 Appraise business for sale  
  • CPPDSM4029A Appraise business
  • CPPDSM4079A Work in the business broking sector
  • CPPDSM5033A Merge or acquire a business
  • CPPDSM5038A Value a business
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4029A Appraise business
  • CPPDSM4079A Work in the business broking sector
  • CPPDSM5033A Merge or acquire a business
  • CPPDSM5038A Value a business.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4262 Establish vendor relationships in business broking     New unit.  
CPPREP4263 Manage buyer relationships in business broking     New unit.  
CPPREP4264 Manage the sales process in business broking  
  • CPPDSM4053A List business for sale
  • CPPDSM4069A Promote and market listed business
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4053A List business for sale and
  • CPPDSM4069A Promote and market listed business.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4301 Confirm and market livestock for sale  
  • CPPDSM4068A Prepare livestock for sale at saleyards
  • CPPDSM4075A Select livestock for sale
  • Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPDSM4068A Prepare livestock for sale at saleyards
  • CPPDSM4075A Select livestock for sale.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4302 Prepare livestock for sale   CPPDSM4077A Sell livestock by private sale

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4077A Sell livestock by private sale.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4303 Establish vendor and buyer relationships in livestock sale   CPPDSM4024A Advise clients on livestock sale and purchase options

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4024A Advise clients on livestock sale and purchase options.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4304 Complete sales process - livestock     New unit.  
CPPREP4501 Prepare to complete the sales process - off the plan properties     New unit.  
CPPREP4502 Support providers of social and community housing     New unit.  
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals.

Updated to meet industry currency.

E
CPPREP4504 Deliver presentations to clients in real estate   CPPDSM4018A Prepare and present property reports

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4018A Prepare and present property reports.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP4505 Value goods, chattels, plant and equipment   CPPDSM4033A Assess and value goods, chattels, plant and equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4033A Assess and value goods, chattels, plant and equipment.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4506 Manage offsite and lone worker safety in real estate     New unit.  
CPPREP4507 Provide property sustainability information in real estate     New unit.  
CPPREP4508 Conduct livestock auction   CPPDSM4039A Conduct livestock sale by auction

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4039A Conduct livestock sale by auction.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4509 Auction goods, chattels or equipment   CPPDSM4038A Conduct goods, chattels or equipment clearing sale or auction

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4038A Conduct goods, chattels or equipment clearing sale or auction.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP4510 Manage short-term or holiday letting     New unit.  
CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry  

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry.

Updated to meet industry currency.

N
CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices     New unit.  
CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry  

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry.

Updated to meet industry currency.

E
CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry     New unit.  
CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry   CPPDSM5012A Develop a strategic business plan in the real estate industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5012A Develop a strategic business plan in the real estate industry.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5008 Market the property agency   CPPDSM5032A Market the agency

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5032A Market the agency.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5009 Develop a marketing and service strategy in real estate   CPPDSM5014A Develop property marketing and sales strategy

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5014A Develop property marketing and sales strategy.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5020A Manage and monitor effective client service in the real estate industry
  • Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry
  • CPPDSM5020A Manage and monitor effective client service in the real estate industry.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPREP5201 Develop and maintain commercial property market intelligence   New unit of competency. New unit.  
CPPREP5311 Develop and maintain rural property market knowledge and intelligence  
  • CPPDSM4037A Conduct auction of rural property
  • CPPDSM4073A Provide rural property management services
  • CPPDSM4081A Work in the stock and station agency sector
  • Supersedes and is not equivalent to: CPPDSM4037A Conduct auction of rural property
  • CPPDSM4073A Provide rural property management services
  • CPPDSM4081A Work in the stock and station agency sector.

Merged to reduce duplication. Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

N
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CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures. CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1004A Apply health care security procedures. E
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations, which now also supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1001A Identify report risk situation E
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures CPPSEC1002A Apply retail security procedures E
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semiautomatic pistols for security purposes Minor change to the Knowledge Evidence. E
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CPPSEC2101 Apply effective communication skills to maintain security CPPSEC2001A Communicate effectively in the security industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2001A Communicate effectively in the security industry.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2102 Apply legal and procedural requirements to work effectively within a security team

CPPSEC2003B Work effectively in the security industry

CPPSEC2005A Work as part of a security team

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC2003B Work effectively in the security industry and CPPSEC2005A Work as part of a security team.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2103 Apply WHS, emergency response and evacuation procedures to maintain security CPPSEC2002A Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2002A Follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2104 Apply risk assessment to select and carry out response to security risk situations CPPSEC2004B Respond to security risk situation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2004B Respond to security risk situation.

Updated to meet the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2105 Provide quality services to a range of security clients CPPSEC2006B Provide security services to clients

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2006B Provide security services to clients.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2106 Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques CPPSEC2017A Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2017A Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2107 Patrol premises to monitor property and maintain security CPPSEC2015A Patrol premises

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2015A Patrol premises.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2108 Screen people, personal effects and items to maintain security
  • CPPSEC2007A Screen people
  • CPPSEC2008A Screen items

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2007A Screen people
  • CPPSEC2008A Screen items.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2109 Monitor and control access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises
  • CPPSEC2011B Control access to and exit from premises
  • CPPSEC3017A Plan and conduct evacuation from premises

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2011B Control access to and exit from premises
  • CPPSEC3017A Plan and conduct evacuation from premises.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2110 Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour to maintain security
  • CPPSEC2012A Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour
  • CPPSEC2014A Operate basic security equipment

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2012A Monitor and control individual and crowd behaviour
  • CPPSEC2014A Operate basic security equipment.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC2111 Apply security procedures to manage intoxicated persons CPPSEC1003A Apply security procedures for the responsible service of alcohol

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1003A Apply security procedures for the responsible service of alcohol.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC2112 Apply security procedures to remove persons from premises   New unit.  
CPPSEC2113 Escort and protect persons and valuables CPPSEC2013A Protect valuables in transit

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC2013A Protect valuables in transit.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC2114 Monitor electronic security equipment and respond to alarm events CPPSEC2018A Monitor electronic reporting facility

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2018A Monitor electronic reporting facility.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3101 Manage conflict and security risks using negotiation CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3102 Maintain operational safety and security of work environment CPPSEC3007A Maintain security of environment

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPSEC3007A Maintain security of environment.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3103 Determine and implement response to security risk situation CPPSEC3003A Determine response to security risk situation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3003A Determine response to security risk situation.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3104 Coordinate monitoring and control of individual and crowd behaviour CPPSEC2010A Protect safety of persons

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC2010A Protect safety of persons.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3105 Coordinate provision of quality security services to clients CPPSEC3006A Coordinate a quality security service to clients

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3006A Coordinate a quality security service to clients.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3106 Gather, organise and present security information and documentation CPPSEC3005A Prepare and present security documentation and reports

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3005A Prepare and present security documentation and reports.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3107 Monitor security and coordinate response from control rooms CPPSEC3020A Monitor security from control room

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3020A Monitor security from control room.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3108 Store, protect and dispose of security information CPPSEC3012A Store and protect information

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3012A Store and protect information.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC3109 Use and maintain security databases and compile reports CPPSEC3021A Maintain and use security database

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3021A Maintain and use security database.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs

N
CPPSEC3110 Control persons using batons CPPSEC3014A Control persons using baton

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3014A Control persons using baton.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3111 Restrain persons using handcuffs CPPSEC3015A Restrain persons using handcuffs

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3015A Restrain persons using handcuffs.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3112 Manage training and well-being of dogs for security functions CPPSEC3010A Manage dogs for security functions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3010A Manage dogs for security functions.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3113 Handle dogs for security patrols CPPSEC3011A Handle dogs for security patrol

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3011A Handle dogs for security patrol.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3114 Control security risk situations using firearms CPPSEC3008A Control security risk situations using firearms

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3008A Control security risk situations using firearms.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3115 Carry, operate and maintain revolvers for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3116 Carry, operate and maintain semi-automatic pistols for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3117 Carry, operate and maintain shotguns for security purposes   New unit.  
CPPSEC3118 Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment and rectify faults CPPSEC3052A Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3052A Inspect and test cash-in-transit security equipment.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3119 Implement cash-in-transit security procedures CPPSEC3051A Implement cash-in-transit security procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3051A Implement cash-in-transit security procedures.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3120 Load and unload cash-in-transit in secured and unsecured environments
  • CPPSEC2027A Load and unload cash in transit in a secured environment
  • CPPSEC3050A Load and unload cash-in-transit in an unsecured environment

Supersedes and is not equivalent to:

  • CPPSEC2027A Load and unload cash in transit in a secured environment
  • CPPSEC3050A Load and unload cash-in-transit in an unsecured environment.

Units merged to reduce duplication and align with vocational needs.

N
CPPSEC3121 Control persons using empty hand techniques CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3122 Plan provision of close protection services CPPSEC3018A Provide for the safety of persons at risk

Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC3018A Provide for the safety of persons at risk.

Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs.

N
CPPSEC3123 Implement close protection services   New unit.  
CPPSEC3124 Prepare and present evidence in court CPPSEC3009A Prepare and present evidence in court

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC3009A Prepare and present evidence in court.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3125 Implement security procedures to protect critical infrastructure and public assets CPPSEC1005A Apply critical infrastructure protection procedures Supersedes and is not equivalent to CPPSEC1005A Apply critical infrastructure protection procedures. Significant changes made to the unit to reflect current industry needs. N
CPPSEC3126 Defend persons using spray CPPSEC3016A Defend persons using spray

Supersedes and equivalent to CPPSEC3016A Defend persons using spray.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3127 Conduct security screening using x-ray equipment CPPSEC1006A Apply x-ray image interpretation procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1006A Apply x-ray image interpretation procedures.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3128 Conduct security screening using walk-through metal detection equipment CPPSEC1007A Apply walk through metal detection procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1007A Apply walk through metal detection procedures.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3129 Conduct security screening using explosive trace detection equipment CPPSEC1009A Apply Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1009A Apply Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) procedures.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3130 Conduct security screening using hand-held metal detectors CPPSEC1008A Apply hand-held metal detection procedures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSEC1008A Apply hand-held metal detection procedures.

Updated to the Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPSEC3131 Select, use and maintain body armour for security purposes   New unit.  
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CPPCMN3005 Complete client documentation CPPCMN3005A Complete client documentation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN3005A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3009A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3001 Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely CPPSPS3001A Handle, transport and store swimming pool and spa chemicals safely

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3001A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3002 Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations CPPSPS3002A Perform basic swimming pool and spa measurements and calculations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3002A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3003 Maintain swimming pools and spas CPPSPS3003A Routinely maintain swimming pools and spas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3003A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3004 Maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems CPPSPS3004A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa water circulation and filtration systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3004A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3005 Maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems CPPSPS3005A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa dosing systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3005A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3006 Maintain swimming pool cleaning and vacuuming systems CPPSPS3006A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa cleaning and vacuuming systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3006A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3007 Maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems CPPSPS3007A Routinely maintain swimming pool and spa heating systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3007A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3008 Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry CPPSPS3008A Work in the swimming pool and spa servicing industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3008A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3009 Maintain swimming pool and spa stock CPPSPS3009A Maintain swimming pool and spa stock

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3009A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3010 Sell swimming pool and spa products and services CPPSPS3010A Sell swimming pool and spa products and services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3010A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3011 Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing CPPSPS3011A Use and maintain business technology related to swimming pool and spa servicing

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3011A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
CPPSPS3012 Access and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals CPPSPS3012A Read and apply information from swimming pool and spa technical manuals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSPS3012A.

Unit of competency upgraded to reflects Standards for Training Packages 2012.

E
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CPPCCL2008 Clean carpeted floors   New unit.  
CPPCCL2009 Perform basic stain removal from carpets   New unit.  
CPPCLO2002 Clean hard floor surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2005 Maintain glass surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2011 Maintain ceiling surfaces and fittings   New unit.  
CPPCLO2014 Clean and arrange furniture and fittings   New unit.  
CPPCLO2016 Clean wet surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2018 Sort, remove and recycle waste material   New unit.  
CPPCLO2032 Plan basic cleaning activities   New unit.  
CPPCLO2034 Maintain storage area and cleaning equipment   New unit.  
CPPCLO2036 Maintain external surfaces   New unit.  
CPPCLO2042 Clean surfaces using microfibre equipment   New unit.  
CPPCLO2045 Clean rooms for guests and residents   New unit.  
CPPCMN2002 Participate in workplace safety arrangements CPPCMN2002A Participate in workplace safety arrangements

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN2002A.

Minor changes to performance criteria, Knowledge Evidence, and inclusion of Foundation Skills.

E
CPPCMN2004 Provide basic client service   New unit.  
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CPPCLO3012 Repair and reinstall carpets
  • CPPCCL2006A Identify carpet fibre and construction
  • CPPCCL3011A Perform carpet repair and reinstallation
  • CPPCCL3012A Perform carpet colour repair and reinstallation

Single unit replaces combined content of three superseded units:

  • CPPCCL2006A Identify carpet fibre and construction
  • CPPCCL3011A Perform carpet repair and reinstallation
  • CPPCCL3012A Perform carpet colour repair and reinstallation

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and improve clarity.

E
CPPCLO3013 Clean window coverings CPPCLO3013A Clean window coverings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3013A Clean window coverings.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3014 Maintain clean-room environments CPPCLO3014A Maintain clean-room environments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3014A Maintain clean-room environments.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3015 Treat complex carpet stains CPPCCL3015A Perform advanced stain removal

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3015A Perform advanced stain removal.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3016 Apply topical treatments to carpets CPPCCL3016A Apply topical treatments

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3016A Apply topical treatments.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3017 Clean wet areas CPPCLO2017A Clean wet areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2017A Clean wet areas.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3018 Clean and maintain furniture and fittings
  • CPPCLO2015A Maintain furniture, fittings and room dressing
  • CPPCLO3016A Wash furniture and fittings

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCLO2015A Maintain furniture, fittings and room dressing
  • CPPCLO3016A Wash furniture and fittings

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity. Performance criteria 2.2 and 3.1 added for use of drop sheets, and 2.4 and 3.3 for checking that fittings are in working order.

E
CPPCLO3019 Remove waste and recyclable materials CPPCLO2019A Sort and remove waste and recyclable materials

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2019A Sort and remove waste and recyclable materials.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3020 Pressure wash and clean surfaces CPPCLO3020A Clean using pressure washing

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3020A Clean using pressure washing

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3021 Clean industrial machinery CPPCLO3021A Clean industrial machinery

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3021A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3024 Clean fabric upholstery CPPCCL3014A Clean fabric upholstery

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3014A Clean fabric upholstery

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3029 Inspect sites prior to carpet cleaning CPPCCL3019A Inspect sites prior to cleaning or treatment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3019A Inspect sites prior to cleaning or treatment

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3030 Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpets
  • CPPCCL3018A Inspect sites with water damage
  • CPPCCL3020A Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpet

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCCL3018A Inspect sites with water damage
  • CPPCCL3020A Develop a plan to mitigate water damage and restore carpet

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and increase clarity.

N
CPPCLO3035 Maintain cleaning storage areas CPPCLO2035A Maintain cleaning storage areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2035A Maintain cleaning storage areas

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3036 Clean at heights CPPCLO3036A Clean at high levels

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3036A Clean at high levels

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3037 Clean external surfaces CPPCLO2037A Clean external surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2037A Clean external surfaces

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3038 Clean food-handling areas CPPCLO3038A Clean food-handling areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3038A Clean food-handling areas

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3040 Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings CPPCLO2010A Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2010A Clean ceiling surfaces and fittings

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3043 Clean using microfibre and chemical-free techniques CPPCLO2043A Clean using microfibre techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2043A Clean using microfibre techniques

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove need to communicate benefits to clients.

E
CPPCLO3044 Prepare rooms for guests and residents CPPCLO2044A Prepare rooms for guests and residents

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2044A Prepare rooms for guests and residents

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3045 Clean high-touch surfaces CPPCLO3044A Clean using steam sanitising techniques

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCLO3044A Clean using steam sanitising techniques

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove references to use of steam and sanitisation and the need to communicate benefits to clients.

N
CPPCLO4001 Induct cleaning staff   New unit.  
CPPCLO4002 Develop, implement and monitor new cleaning techniques   New unit.  
CPPCLO4003 Manage cleaning equipment maintenance and supply   New unit.  
CPPCLO4022 Schedule and monitor cleaning tasks CPPCLO4022A Organise and monitor cleaning operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4022A Organise and monitor cleaning operations

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO4024 Manage the supply of cleaning stores to the work site CPPCLO4024A Control the supply of resources to the work site

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4024A Control the supply of resources to the work site

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO4025 Provide quotation for cleaning services CPPCLO4025A Provide quotation for cleaning services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO4025A Provide quotation for cleaning services

Minor changes to performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN3004 Respond to enquiries and complaints CPPCMN3004A Respond to enquiries and complaints

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN3004A Respond to enquiries and complaints

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity; edited content added to element 6, and element 7 deleted. Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPCMN3007 Support leadership in the workplace CPPCLO3039A Support leadership in the workplace

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO3039A Support leadership in the workplace

Minor change to performance criterion 2.5 and assessment requirements for clarity.

Cleaning-specific content removed to enable unit to be recoded as common.

E
CPPCMN4001 Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability CPPCMN4001B Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4001B Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4004 Develop and manage client relations CPPCMN4004B Facilitate effective client relationships

Supersedes and is equivalent CPPCMN4004B Facilitate effective client relationships.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4007 Manage workplace safety arrangements CPPCMN4007A Manage workplace safety arrangements

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4007.

Changes to assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4008 Read plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings CPPCMN4008A Read and extract information from plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4007A Manage workplace safety arrangements

Change to title for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

Types of plans broadened to include lot and common property plans relevant to strata community schemes.

E
CPPCMN4009 Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability CPPCMN4009A Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4009A Develop team understanding of and commitment to sustainability.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3007 Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry CPPDSM3007B Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3007B Identify risks and opportunities in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3009 Maintain workplace safety in the property industry CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3009A Maintain workplace safety in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3010 Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry CPPDSM3010B Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3010B Meet customer needs and expectations in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3011 Monitor building facilities CPPDSM3011B Monitor building facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3011B Monitor building facilities

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3016 Work in the property industry CPPDSM3016A Work in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3016A Work in the property industry

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3017 Work in the strata community management sector CPPDSM3017A Work in the strata community management sector

Unit replaces superseded non-equivalent unit: CPPDSM3017A Work in the strata community management sector

New elements and performance criteria to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with changes to elements and performance criteria and Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry CPPDSM3019B Communicate with clients as part of agency operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM3019B Communicate with clients as part of agency operations.

Change to title to clarify relevance across property industry. Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM3020 Source and extract information from strata plans   New unit.  
CPPDSM3021 Collect and process information relevant to strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4009 Interpret legislation to complete work in the property industry CPPDSM4009B Interpret legislation to complete agency work

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4009B Interpret legislation to complete agency work.

Change to title to clarify relevance across property industry. Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4020 Present at tribunals CPPDSM4020A Present at tribunals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4020A Present at tribunals.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4026 Analyse property and facility information CPPDSM4026A Analyse property and facility information

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4026A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4027 Analyse resource use in building operations CPPDSM4027A Analyse resource use in building operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4026A Analyse property and facility information.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4028 Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry CPPDSM4028A Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4028A Identify and analyse risks and opportunities in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4031 Arrange lease of space CPPDSM4031A Arrange lease of space

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4031A Arrange lease of space.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4034 Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement CPPDSM4034A Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPDSM4034A Negotiate and implement strata community management agreement.

Significant changes to elements and performance criteria to reflect industry practice and for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

N
CPPDSM4040 Contribute to asset life cycle maintenance strategy CPPDSM4040A Contribute to life cycle maintenance strategy

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4040A Contribute to life cycle maintenance strategy.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4042 Coordinate construction contract CPPDSM4042A Coordinate construction contract

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4042A Coordinate construction contract.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4044 Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities CPPDSM4044A Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4044A Coordinate maintenance and repair of properties and facilities.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4045 Facilitate meetings in the property industry CPPDSM4045A Facilitate meetings in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4045A Facilitate meetings in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4047 Implement and monitor procurement process CPPDSM4047A Implement and monitor procurement process.

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4047A Implement and monitor procurement process.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4048 Implement customer service strategies in the property industry CPPDSM4048B Implement customer service strategies in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4048B Implement customer service strategies in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4049 Implement maintenance program for managed properties CPPDSM4049A Implement maintenance plan for managed properties

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4049A Implement maintenance plan for managed properties.

Minor change to title, elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4055 Maintain asset management system CPPDSM4055A Maintain asset management system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4055A Maintain asset management system.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4056 Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry CPPDSM4056A Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4056A Manage conflicts and disputes in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4057 Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM4057A Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4057A Monitor a safe workplace in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4063 Participate in developing and establishing property or facility contracts CPPDSM4063A Participate in developing and establishing property or facilities contracts

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4063A Participate in developing and establishing property or facilities contracts.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4066 Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection CPPDSM4066A Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4066A Plan and coordinate property and facility inspection.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4071 Promote process improvement in the property industry CPPDSM4071A Promote process improvement in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4071A Promote process improvement in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4072 Provide leadership in the property industry CPPDSM4072A Provide leadership in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4072A Provide leadership in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4074 Select and appoint contractors in the property industry CPPDSM4074A Select and appoint contractors in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM4074A Select and appoint contractors in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM4082 Monitor service requirements of owners and occupiers in strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4083 Terminate strata community   New unit.  
CPPDSM4084 Administer insurance for strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM4085 Handle strata community funds held on trust   New unit.  
CPPDSM4086 Oversee preparation of strata community budgets   New unit.  
CPPDSM4087 Facilitate operation of owners’ committee   New unit.  
CPPDSM5006 Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry CPPDSM5006A Coordinate customer service activities in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5006A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5007 Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities CPPDSM5007A Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5007A Coordinate construction or renovation of facilities.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5009 Coordinate risk management systems in the property industry CPPDSM5009A Coordinate risk management system in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5009A Coordinate risk management system in the property industry.

Very minor change to title. Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5018 Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry CPPDSM5018A Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5018A Ensure a safe workplace in the property industry.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5025 Maintain public relations in the property industry CPPDSM5025A Maintain public relations in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5025A Maintain public relations in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5026 Manage a consultant property project team CPPDSM5026A Manage a consultant property project team

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5026A Manage a consultant property project team.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5027 Provide facilities and amenities for property users CPPDSM5027A Provide facilities and amenities for property users

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5027A Provide facilities and amenities for property users.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5029 Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry CPPDSM5029A Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5029A Manage client relationships and networks in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5030 Manage projects in the property industry CPPDSM5030A Manage projects in the property industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM5030A Manage projects in the property industry.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPDSM5039 Meet legal requirements in managing strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM5040 Meet ethical and professional standards in managing strata communities   New unit.  
CPPDSM6007 Develop life cycle asset management plans CPPDSM6007A Develop life cycle asset management plan

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPDSM6007A Develop life cycle asset management plan.

Minor changes to performance criteria for clarity. Range of conditions, foundation skills and assessment requirements added in line with Standards for Training Packages.

E
CPPCLO3001 Maintain hard floor surfaces CPPCLO2001A Maintain hard floor surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2001A Maintain hard floor surfaces.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3002 Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3002A Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3003A Replace a hard floor finish

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units:

  • CPPCLO3002A Restore hard floor surfaces
  • CPPCLO3003A Replace a hard floor finish

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity. Added performance criteria 2.4 and 3.3.

Included content from CPPCLO3003A.

N
CPPCLO3003 Clean using safe work practices
  • CPPCLO2033A Plan for safe and efficient cleaning activities
  • CPPCMN3003A Contribute to workplace safety arrangements

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPCLO2033A and CPPCMN3003A.

New element 4 added to cover finalising cleaning tasks.

CPPCLO2033A:

Performance criteria 1.3 and 1.6 addressing staff and time allocation for tasks and amending cleaning schedules, deleted

Element 3 relating to work site risks deleted and covered in new unit CPPCLO3005.

CPPCMN3003A:

Performance criteria 4.1 and 4.2 covering identifying and providing training removed and focus changed to undertaking training and coaching programs.

N
CPPCLO3004 Maintain carpeted floors CPPCLO2004A Maintain carpeted floors

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2004A Maintain carpeted floors.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3005 Confirm and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work   New unit.  
CPPCLO3006 Clean carpets
  • CPPCCL2001A Use hot water extraction
  • CPPCCL2002A Use bonnet cleaning
  • CPPCCL2003A Use dry foam shampoo
  • CPPCCL2004A Use dry absorbent compound
  • CPPCCL2005A Use wet foam shampoo

Single unit replaces combined content of five superseded units:

  • CPPCCL2001A Use hot water extraction
  • CPPCCL2002A Use bonnet cleaning
  • CPPCCL2003A Use dry foam shampoo
  • CPPCCL2004A Use dry absorbent compound
  • CPPCCL2005A Use wet foam shampoo
N
CPPCLO3007 Remove carpet stains CPPCCL2007A Perform basic stain removal

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCCL2007A Perform basic stain removal.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to include steps required to finalise stain removal.

N
CPPCLO3008 Mitigate carpet water damage CPPCCL3008A Mitigate water damage

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3008A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3009 Clean glass surfaces CPPCLO2009A Clean glass surfaces

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCLO2009A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3010 Apply odour control to carpets CPPCCL3010A Apply odour control to carpets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCCL3010A Apply odour control to carpets.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCLO3011 Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices CPPCMN3001B Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCMN3001B Clean using environmentally sustainable work practices.

Changes to sector component of code, title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to reflect needs of the cleaning sector.

N
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CPPSIS2012 Assist in collecting basic spatial data CPPSIS2012A Assist in the collection of spatial data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS2012A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, better reflect industry practice, and remove the requirement to conduct operational maintenance of equipment.

N
CPPSIS2013 Store and retrieve basic spatial data CPPSIS2013A Assist in the storage and retrieval of spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS2013A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS2015 Assist with surveying and spatial field activities CPPSIS2015A Assist in field activity

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS2015A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS2016 Assist with load transfers CPPSIS2016A Assist with load transfer

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS2016A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, better reflect industry practice, and remove the requirement to operate a vehicle.

N
CPPSIS3011 Produce basic maps CPPSIS3011A Apply map presentation principles

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3011A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3015 Collect basic surveying data CPPSIS3015A Collect spatial data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS3015A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect industry practice and remove the requirement to conduct operational maintenance of equipment.

N
CPPSIS3016 Provide field support services for surveying and spatial projects CPPSIS3016A Provide field support services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3016A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS3018 Transfer loads CPPSIS3018A Transfer personnel and loads

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3018A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS3019 Produce basic plans of surveys CPPSIS3019A Perform basic drafting

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3019A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3020 Perform basic surveying computations CPPSIS3020A Perform basic surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS3020A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS3021 Visually interpret image data   New unit.  
CPPSIS4022 Store and retrieve spatial data CPPSIS4022A Store and retrieve spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4022A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4024 Source and assess spatial data CPPSIS4024A Collect and set out spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4024A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4025 Collect spatial data using GNSS CPPSIS4025A Collect basic GNSS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4025A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4026 Digitally enhance and process image data CPPSIS4026A Read and interpret image data

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPSIS4026A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect technologies and industry practice.

N
CPPSIS4027 Organise surveying field services CPPSIS4027A Organise field services

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4027A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4030 Operate surveying equipment CPPSIS4030A Operate surveying equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4030A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4031 Perform surveying computations CPPSIS4031A Perform surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4031A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4032 Conduct field surveying operations CPPSIS4032A Plan and conduct survey expeditions

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4032A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to better reflect current industry terminology and practice.

E
CPPSIS4034 Maintain spatial data CPPSIS4034A Maintain spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4034A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4035 Apply GIS software to solve spatial data problems CPPSIS4035A Apply GIS software to problem-solving techniques

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4035A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS4036 Operate spatial software applications CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4036A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4037 Produce computer-aided drawings CPPSIS4037A Produce computer-aided drawings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4037A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS4038 Prepare and present GIS data CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS4038A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS4039 Design and produce maps   New unit.  
CPPSIS4040 Collect spatial data using terrestrial technologies CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data

Unit replaces superseded CPPSIS4029A.

Skills and knowledge relating to data set-out have been removed. Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to focus the work outcome on spatial data collection using a total station.

N
CPPSIS4041 Set out site and building works CPPSIS4029A Collect and set out basic surveying data

Unit replaces superseded CPPSIS4029A.

Skills and knowledge relating to data collection have been removed. Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to focus the work outcome on spatial data set-out relating to site and building works.

N
CPPSIS5031 Plan spatial data collection CPPSIS5031A Plan spatial data collection and validation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5031A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5032 Capture new spatial data CPPSIS5032A Capture new spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5032A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5035 Obtain and validate spatial data CPPSIS5035A Obtain and validate spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5035A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5036 Integrate spatial datasets CPPSIS5036A Integrate spatial datasets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5036A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5037 Maintain spatial data systems CPPSIS5037A Maintain complex spatial data systems

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5037A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5038 Develop spatial databases CPPSIS5038A Develop a complex spatial and spatial database

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5038A.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5039 Plan and implement spatial projects CPPSIS5039A Produce spatial project deliverables

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5039A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5040 Interpret and collate spatial data CPPSIS5040A Collate and interpret spatial data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5040A.

Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5043 Design spatial data storage systems CPPSIS5043A Design a spatial data storage system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5043A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5044 Develop subdivision survey designs for local government approval CPPSIS5044A Develop a subdivision survey design for local government approval

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5044A.

Licensing statement included relating to cadastral surveying. Minor change to title. Changes to elements and performance criteria to provide clarity. Significant changes to assessment requirements.

E
CPPSIS5046 Set out stormwater systems CPPSIS5046A Design a stormwater system

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5046A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove the design focus and better reflect industry practice.

N
CPPSIS5047 Conduct GNSS surveys CPPSIS5047A Conduct an advanced GNSS data collection and set out survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5047A.

Change to title. Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS5048 Conduct engineering surveys CPPSIS5048A Conduct an engineering survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5048A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS5049 Plan and implement surveying projects CPPSIS5049A Conduct an engineering surveying project

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5049A.

Significant changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5051 Apply land and planning law to surveying CPPSIS5051A Apply land and planning law to surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5051A.

Licensing statement included relating to cadastral surveying. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5052 Integrate surveying datasets CPPSIS5052A Integrate surveying datasets

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5052A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS5053 Perform advanced surveying computations CPPSIS5053A Perform advanced surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5053A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5054 Perform geodetic surveying computations CPPSIS5054A Perform geodetic surveying computations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5054A.

Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5057 Conduct precision surveys CPPSIS5057A Carry out a precision survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5057A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5058 Conduct geodetic surveys CPPSIS5058A Conduct geodetic surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5058A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5060 Develop spreadsheets for spatial data CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5060A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity, remove duplication, and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5061 Locate underground services in surveying practice CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5061A.

Licensing statement included. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS5062 Conduct photogrammetric mapping CPPSIS5062A Conduct photogrammetric mapping

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5062A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS5064 Coordinate GIS data manipulation and analysis CPPSIS5064A Manipulate and analyse GIS data

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS5064A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS5065 Design basic engineering structures

CPPSIS5050A Create engineering drawings

CPPSIS5056A Design road and railway

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPSIS5050A and CPPSIS5056A.

Two units merged into one work outcome covering the skills and knowledge required to use surveying methods to create drawings for basic engineering structures. Specialised design aspects have been removed.

N
CPPSIS6021 Conduct open pit mine surveys CPPSIS6021A Conduct open mine pit surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6021A.

Minor change to title. Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6022 Produce mine drawings CPPSIS6022A Create mine drawings

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6022A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6025 Apply quality control measures to spatial products and services CPPSIS6025A Apply quality control measures to spatial information services industry

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6025A.

Minor change to title. Change to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and remove duplication.

E
CPPSIS6031 Design basic mines CPPSIS6031A Carry out basic mine design

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6031A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6032 Conduct advanced GNSS control surveys CPPSIS6032A Conduct an advanced GNSS control survey

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6032A.

Minor change to title. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6033 Conduct underground mine surveys CPPSIS6033A Conduct underground mine surveying

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6033A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Minor change to title. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6034 Conduct mining geology operations CPPSIS6034A Conduct mining geology operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6034A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6035 Conduct complex engineering set-out surveys CPPSIS6035A Conduct complex engineering set out surveys

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6035A.

Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice and technologies.

E
CPPSIS6036 Monitor engineering structures CPPSIS6036A Monitor complex engineering surveying structures

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6036A.

Changes to title, elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity and better reflect industry practice.

E
CPPSIS6037 Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis CPPSIS6037A Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6037A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS6040 Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations CPPSIS6040A Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6040A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPSIS6041 Compile mine survey plans CPPSIS6041A Compile mine survey plan

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPSIS6041A.

Licensing statement included relating to mining surveying. Changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to provide clarity.

E
CPPCMN4002 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices CPPCMN4002B Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPCMN4002A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements for clarity.

E
CPPCMN4003 Establish, develop and monitor teams

CPPCMN4005A Facilitate effective teamwork

CPPCMN4006A Facilitate effective workplace relationships

Unit replaces two superseded units: CPPCMN4005A and CPPCMN4006A.

Minor changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to remove duplication and improve clarity.

E
CPPCMN3006 Provide effective client service CPPCMN2003A Provide effective client service

Supersedes but is not equivalent to CPPCMN2003A.

Minor change to title. Significant changes to elements, performance criteria and assessment requirements to include need to obtain client agreement to provide service and need to obtain human resources to deliver service. Elements 5 and 7 deleted.

N
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CPPPMT3002 Assess, advise on options, and develop pest management plans for complex or high-risk operations

CPPPMT3002A Assess pest management options

CPPPMT3009A Advise clients on pest management options

Single unit replaces combined content of two superseded units: CPPPMT3002A and CPPPMT3009A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criteria 5.3 and 5.4 deleted.

New element 6 relating to providing advice to the client added - covering PC5.3 and 5.4, and content from the now superseded CPPPMT3009A.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

* Refer to comment at table end for information relevant to recognition of prior learning (RPL) for holders of CPPPMT3009A.

E
CPPPMT3005 Manage pests without applying pesticides CPPPMT3005A Modify environment to manage pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3005A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Change to element 1 incorporating performance criteria 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides CPPPMT3006A Apply pesticides to manage pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3006A.

Minor changes to elements and performance criteria for increased clarity. Change to element 1 incorporating performance criteria 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3007 Implement pest management plans for complex or high-risk operations CPPPMT3007A Implement pest management plans

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3007A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests CPPPMT3008A Inspect and report on timber pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3008A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criterion 3.4 added to cover requirements for further inspections in range of conditions.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests CPPPMT3010A Control timber pests

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3010A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments CPPPMT3011A Conduct fumigation

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3011A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity. Performance criterion 4.6 added.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3017 Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment CPPPMT3017A Repair and maintain service equipment

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3017A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles CPPPMT3018B Maintain equipment and chemical storage areas

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3018B.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity, particularly in regard to on-vehicle storage area only.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3019 Organise and monitor pest management operations CPPPMT3019A Organise and monitor pest management operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3019A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3026 Select pest management vehicle and equipment CPPPMT3026A Select and obtain pest management vehicles, equipment and materials

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3026A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3029 Plan and schedule pest management operations CPPPMT3029A Plan and schedule pest management operations

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3029A.

Very minor edits to performance criteria.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems CPPPMT3042A Install physical termite barriers

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3042A.

Very minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
CPPPMT3043 Prepare and present pest management proposals for complex or high-risk operations CPPPMT3043A Prepare and present pest management proposals

Supersedes and is equivalent to CPPPMT3043A.

Minor changes to performance criteria for increased clarity.

Changes to required skills and knowledge, range of conditions and assessment requirements.

E
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CPPBDN4001 Research and evaluate construction materials and methods for building design projects   New unit.  
CPPBDN4002 Research and apply compliance requirements to technical construction documentation   New unit.  
CPPBDN4003 Collect, apply and store building design project information   New unit.  
CPPBDN4004 Set up BIM-capable software and files for building design drafting projects   New unit.  
CPPBDN4005 Review and report structural integrity of building designs   New unit.  
CPPBDN4006 Import and transpose information from external sources into digital building design drawings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4007 Store and retrieve building design documentation   New unit.  
CPPBDN4008 Produce digital building design concept drawings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4009 Analyse building design drawings and review findings   New unit.  
CPPBDN4010 Prepare documentation for planning approval   New unit.  
CPPBDN4011 Prepare documentation for building approval   New unit.  
CPPBDN4012 Provide support to project building designers   New unit.  
CPPBDN4013 Produce construction detail drawings   New unit.  

 

Prerequisite units of competency

Individual prerequisite unit requirements are specified in a unit of competency and must be assessed and awarded prior to a learner being awarded the unit that has the prerequisite.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements are the skills, knowledge and experience required to enter a qualification. These requirements may be expressed in terms of competency from a lower level qualification or vocational expertise – including job roles – or both. When entry requirements apply, they must be achieved prior to entering the qualification or being issued the qualification.

Entry requirements in the CPP qualifications aim to support learner pathways and strengthen vocational outcomes and align with the AQF Pathways Policy.

Urban pest management

The CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management qualification describes the skills needed by all urban pest managers and includes units required for licensing around the country. This qualification primarily deals with standard domestic and commercial environment.

The CPP41619 Certificate IV in Urban Pest Management is intended to build in this foundation for more complex work in high-risk and sensitive sites such as hospitals, aged care centres and food manufacturing/storage facilities. More complex and high-risk site work builds on this to include contribution to HACCP planning and management, food safety and health environmental considerations. This work has a higher level of responsibility and accountability and therefor requires a higher-level qualification.

Industry feels that entrants to the Certificate IV should have the minimum entry required to undertake the base function of a pest manager (i.e. the Certificate III, prior to entering the higher risk fields of work).

 

Industry Information

Industry sectors

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Industry Sectors Covered in CPP Training package
Competency Field Code Identifier
Building Design BDN
Cleaning Operations CLO
Common CMN
Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability HES
Real Estate REP
Security Operations SEC
Strata Community Management DSM
Surveying and Spatial Information Services SIS
Swimming Pool and Spa Service SPS
Urban Pest Management UPM
Waste Management WMT

Occupational outcomes

Training Package qualifications in are usually aligned to occupational outcomes for each of the industry-specific sectors.

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Occupational Outcomes of CPP Qualifications
Qualification Occupational outcome Comments
CPP20116 Certificate II in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

This qualification applies to those undertaking pre-vocational programs or entering the workforce and working under close supervision and possibly assisting in simple surveying or spatial information services activities.

They can operate in the field and may use a computer to assist in collecting, storing and retrieving basic spatial data.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations

This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting or guarding property while unarmed, and screening entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises.

This qualification is intended to align with the occupational licencing outcomes of an unarmed guard or crowd control security officer.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security

This is a qualification for security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property and prevent or minimise loss and damage. Equipment and systems cover a range of technologies from stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and internet protocol (IP) video security systems (VSS), and include:

  • intruder alarms
  • internal and external detection sensors
  • access control
  • biometric access control devices
  • monitoring or surveillance systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • audio or visual recording systems
  • electric, electro-magnetic locking systems.
Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP20617 Certificate II in Cleaning

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have a defined and limited range of cleaning operational skills and basic industry knowledge. They are mainly involved in routine and repetitive tasks and work under supervision.

This qualification provides a pathway to further learning and work in various cleaning roles and settings including but not limited to:

  • administration, support and correctional services;
  • health care and social assistance;
  • accommodation and food services, and
  • education and training.
No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP30119 Certificate III in Urban Pest Management

This qualification reflects the roles of pest management technicians who identify common urban pests, assess pest problems, consider pest management options, develop pest management plans, liaise with customers and implement pest management strategies.

In most cases, the technician will work alone and have responsibility for managing chemicals and equipment used in pest management as well as for a pest management vehicle, including the vehicle storage area. In the case of complex or high-risk operations the technician may work as part of a team.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to pest management in all states and territories.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30216 Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services

This qualification reflects the role of surveying or spatial information assistants. These people provide support under supervision to a surveying and spatial information services team.

They perform a range of duties, from collecting basic spatial data and providing field support services, to simple drafting and map production.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some States where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

This entry level qualification into the cleaning industry reflects the role of Cleaning Operators responsible for undertaking a range of routine and non-routine tasks according to work schedules, liaising with clients and in some cases members of the public, and operating in a range of general residential and commercial settings as well as specialist cleaning environments.

Cleaning Operators typically work alone or under limited supervision and have responsibility for selecting, preparing and using appropriate cleaning methods for a range of cleaning situations while ensuring safe work practices.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management

This qualification reflects the role of those involved in working in administrative and support roles in the strata community management sector.

In most situations, the individual will work as part of a strata community management team and will assist with the administration of strata communities by facilitating meetings of strata community members, monitoring the condition of building facilities and maintaining financial records associated with the management of strata communities.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to strata community management in some states and territories.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP30519 Certificate III in Technical Security

This is a qualification for experienced security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property, and prevent or minimise loss and damage. Equipment and systems cover a range of technologies from stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and internet protocol (IP) video security systems (VSS), and include:

  • intruder alarms
  • internal and external detection sensors
  • access control
  • biometric access control devices
  • monitoring or surveillance systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • audio or visual recording systems
  • electric, electro-magnetic locking systems.
Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP30619 Certificate III in Investigative Services

This is a qualification for investigators, responsible for factual investigation and inquiry work or covert surveillance operations. Investigators operate under limited supervision and use discretion and judgement to search for information about a person’s character, actions or work and gather evidence that may be used in court.

Occupational titles may include:

  • inquiry agent
  • private investigator.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to investigative services in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP30719 Certificate III in Waste Management

This qualification is for those engaged in waste management who undertake waste collection and processing across a range of government and private sectors involved in municipal, solid, commercial, industrial, construction and demolition waste management.

Job roles and titles vary across the waste management industry and fall within two key areas of activity:

  • collection: waste collection and transfer
  • processing: waste treatment, disposal, remediation and resource recovery.

Individuals with this qualification perform tasks in varied contexts, which involve known routines, methods and procedures, and judgement in recognising waste types and managing hazards.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to the operation of vehicles, plant and equipment used in waste management in some jurisdictions and should be confirmed prior to commencing this qualification. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP31218 Certificate III in Swimming Pool and Spa Service

This is an entry level

Qualification that provides the competencies required by swimming pool and spa technicians to routinely maintain swimming pools and spas in domestic, commercial and public settings.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP31318 Certificate III in Security Operations This qualification reflects the role of a security officer, responsible for maintaining safety and security by patrolling, protecting and guarding property, and screening entry, monitoring behaviour and removing persons from premises. Occupational titles include security officer, unarmed guard or crowd controller. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP31418 Certificate III in Close Protection Operations This qualification reflects the role of a close protection operative who is responsible for providing security services to protect the safety and security of principals who may be celebrities, political figures, very important persons (VIPs) or other persons requiring close protection services. This qualification provides an occupational licence outcome of a close protection operative. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice

This qualification reflects the role of administration staff within the real estate sector of the property services industry who apply knowledge of agency procedures, forms and documents; knowledge of customer service standards and customer expectations; knowledge of real estate services and technical processes to support real estate agency operational functions.

Occupational titles include:

  • Real Estate Agent Office Assistant
  • Real Estate Sales Assistant
  • Assistant Property Manager
  • Marketing and Administration Assistant.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP40119 Certificate IV in Residential Drafting

This qualification reflects the role of entry level drafters who support building designers and architects. Drafters produce drawings and documentation and use CAD software to draft and document residential Class 1 and 10 building designs under the supervision of licensed or accredited building designers or architects.

Practice at this level is underpinned by the knowledge of construction methods and materials and the application of relevant compliance, planning and building requirements for Class 1 and 10 buildings.

Occupational titles may include:

  • Building design
  • Architects.

Class 1 and 10 building classifications are defined in the National Construction Code (NCC).

Licensing requirements apply to building design in some states or territories. For further information check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP40216 Certificate IV in Surveying

This qualification reflects the role of surveying technicians who work under supervision to support a surveying team.

They perform a range of duties using surveying tools and equipment, including total stations and global navigation satellite systems (GNSS).

Occupational titles may include:

  • Surveying Technician
  • Surveyor’s Assistant.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply in some States where cadastral and mining surveying must be undertaken under the supervision of a registered surveyor.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP40316 Certificate IV in Spatial Information Services

This qualification reflects the role of geographic information systems (GIS) technicians who work under supervision to support a spatial information services team.

They perform a range of duties using various geospatial technologies including global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) and specialised geospatial software.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP40416 Certificate IV in Cleaning Management

This qualification reflects the role of cleaning industry personnel who use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of cleaning management contexts.

They may be responsible for wide-ranging operational cleaning management activities and are also responsible for managing staff, providing quotations, planning and overseeing work, and providing customer support.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.
CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management

This qualification reflects the role of those involved in providing management services for strata communities.

In most situations, the individual will work independently but may operate as part of a strata community management team. In this role, the person will perform all functions associated with the administration of strata communities, including facilitating meetings of strata community members, administering insurance for strata communities, handling strata community funds, as well as maintaining business records and reporting on the financial activities of strata communities.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to strata community management in some States.

Relevant state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm those requirements.

CPP40719 Certificate IV in Security Management

This is a qualification for investigators, responsible for factual investigation and inquiry work or covert surveillance operations. Investigators operate under limited supervision and use discretion and judgement to search for information about a person’s character, actions or work and gather evidence that may be used in court.

Occupational titles may include:

  • inquiry agent
  • private investigator.
Legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to investigative services in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP40919 Certificate IV in Waste Management

This qualification is for those in waste management specialisation roles in waste collection, processing, minimisation and recovery operations in supervisory, leadership or sales roles. Waste management operations are undertaken across a range of government and private sectors involved in municipal, solid, commercial, industrial, construction and demolition waste management.

Individuals operating in these waste management specialisation roles apply solutions to a defined range of predictable and unpredictable problems, and provide leadership and guidance to others.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to the operation of waste management facilities by the respective environmental protection authority (EPA) in some jurisdictions and should be confirmed prior to commencing this qualification. For further information, check with the relevant EPA.
CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

This is a qualification for thermal performance assessors and home sustainability assessors.

Thermal performance assessors operate under the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) to rate the energy efficiency of a home based on its design. They use government approved software and information obtained from residential building plans and drawings to model potential consumption of energy for heating and cooling purposes and assess and certify the thermal performance of homes based on a ten-star rating system.

Home sustainability assessors provide advice to homeowners seeking to improve the efficiency, cost to run, sustainability and comfort needs of their household. They conduct on-site assessments of residences and advise on opportunities to improve comfort and to save on energy and water costs, and ways to live more sustainably in a residential environment.

Licensing requirements apply to thermal performance assessments in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.
CPP41319 Certificate IV in Swimming Pool and Spa Service This is a qualification for people working in the swimming pool and spa service sector. It applies to technicians in the field who apply analytic and problem-solving skills to treat water quality problems, as well as install, service and repair the key systems and components of domestic, commercial and public swimming pools and spas. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

This qualification reflects the role of real estate professionals who apply knowledge of legal agency and compliance requirements, ethical standards and consumer preferences to conduct real estate functions.

This qualification applies to both residential and commercial property, including business broking, and stock and station transactions.

Occupational titles include:

  • Auctioneer
  • Stock and Station Agent
  • Business Broker, Business Agent, Franchise Broker
  • Property Manager, Body Corporate Manager
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Real Estate Representative, Real Estate Salesperson, Real Estate Sub-agent, Property Portfolio Officer, Buyers’ Agent.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.