Are you working as a specialist in the civil construction industry,
participating in a broad range of activities?
This qualification reflects the role of specialist
civil construction personnel who perform
technical specialist tasks. They perform tasks
involving a broad range of varied activities
most of which are complex and non-routine.
They are responsible for applying the site
work instructions and practices to ensure the
quantity and quality of their outputs and
contribute to the development of technical
solutions for non-routine problems.
This program is offered as a 24 month
traineeship. Formal training may be
completed in a shorter amount of time.
 Civil Train will conduct a Foundation Skills
entry assessment at a level required to
successfully complete the qualification.
Potential clients who are identified as not
meeting course entry requirements will
be assisted with referral to appropriate
support services. This may include
undertaking a bridging course if students
do not have Certificate III in Civil
Construction or if it is identified they have
relevant gaps in their underpinning
 Entrants will be required to have current
and relevant experience in the civil
construction industry.
 Entrants will be required to have a White
Card and WZTM ticket prior to starting
training on the qualification.
Credit Transfer
Credit transfer involves assessing a previously
completed course or subject to see if it
provides equivalent learning or competency
outcomes to those required within the current
course of study.
There are theory and practical training
and assessment components to the
course. Skills will be trained and assessed
through a mixture of off-the-job and onthe-job training and assessment.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and
Recognition of Current Competency (RCC)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and
Recognition of Current Competency (RCC)
provides students an opportunity to have their
current skills and competencies recognised.
These skills and competencies may relate to
units that they are about to commence and as
a result may exempt them from studying these
For further details and
training dates please contact
Civil Train on 8111 8001
1 South Road, Thebarton SA 5031
Civil Train offers a fully taught program based on clustered delivery, requiring a
commitment of one day a month attendance at face to face sessions at Thebarton.
For supervisors with substantial experience and consistent exposure to the subject areas,
there is opportunity to study and complete assignments with minimal off –the-job time.
Regional clients may be able to have tailored delivery in their region dependent on
numbers and location – please discuss options with a Business Development Manager.
Successful completion of twelve (12) units of competency made up of:
Four (4) Core units – these are mandatory and cannot be changed CORE CORE RIIENV402D BSBWHS401A CORE CORE RIIQUA401D RIIRIS301D Checklist Implement and monitor environmental practices
Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements Apply a quality management system on site
Apply risk management processes
Eight (8) electives A A A LGAWORK402A LGAWORK403A RIICPL401D A B B B B RIIMPO402D BSBMGT402A BSBMGT403A RIICOM301D RIIGOV401D Prepare for operational works
Manage civil plant and resources
Apply the principles for the installation of underground service using open excavation Apply the principles of earthworks construction
Implement operation plan
Implement continuous improvement
Communicate information
Apply, monitor and report on compliance systems
*Must have consistent access to these activities in the workplace suitable to meet assessment requirements Fees
RII40613 Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervision is partially funded by Skills for All. Eligibility criteria apply.
Current student course fees for RII40613 will not be less than $2000. Student Course Fees and optional incidental
expenses are indicative only and are subject to confirmation at the time of enrolment. Please refer to the Fees and
Refunds policy (available at www.civiltrainsa.com.au) for details regarding the breakdown of student course fees for
this qualification.
Enrolment conditions are attached to this qualification under Skills for All. Enrolment in this course is only for
trainees/apprentices under an approved training contract, school-based trainees or apprentices, and school students
enrolled in the Training Guarantee for SACE Students.
Terms and conditions
Please decide if this is the right course for you before you enrol. This course information flyer should be read in
conjunction with Civil Train SA’s pre-enrolment brochure and our policies and procedures available at
www.civiltrainsa.com.au. If you require any more information or assistance, or you identify yourself to have specific
needs that may affect your capacity to complete this course, please speak to one of our representatives.
RTO No. 40239
Correct at date of printing February 2015