Become a Certified Asbestos Encapsulation Contractor.
Asbestos is found widely on many buildings built prior to 2004. Asbestos is found in fences, eaves, roofs and interior wall sheeting. Understanding how to identify it, prepare it, stabilise it, and encapsulate it is vital for all professional painting contractors who conduct building maintenance.
Many painting contractors have been fined and prosecuted for failing to follow the correct procedures for preparing and painting asbestos containing materials (ACM), and because they risked the health and property of their clients. Additionally, many painters have been taken to court because their coating application did not meet the minimum specifications required.
The nationally recognised qualification for asbestos encapsulation is CPCCPD3036 Work safely to encapsulate non-friable asbestos in the painting industry, and it includes:
This new course will provide a certification pathway for any painting contractor that uses asbestos encapsulation products, and has been created in consultation with the Australian Paint Approval Scheme (APAS), Worksafe Queensland and SafeWork NSW.
8 hours on-line and 4 hours on-site
On-line 24/7 and on-site.
You must have access to cement sheeting (or asbestos sheeting), an airless spray-gun, and wet film guage.
Pay on-line using credit card, and enrol
Watch the lessons on-line and complete the online activities and assessment
Complete the practical on-site
Includes CPCCWHS2001 which is a pre-requisite to this qualification.
This course is now 80% funded by Keystone Tasmania. Persons working in the Tasmanian building industry may be eligible for an 80% rebate for this training.
Eligible ACT residents are eligible for funding for training rebates of up to 70% of training costs through the ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund. Submit applications for funding through the website www.trainingfund.com.au.
Students who complete will be issued a Statement of Attainment certificate from Best Option Training RTO 41246