Discover everything there is to know about training with MPAQ! RTO Code 30473
Gas Refresher Course
This is a non-accredited two day course for gasfitters who wish to receive refresher training in gas work licencing.
Carry out Work-Based Risk Control Processes
CPCPCM4011A Carry out Work-Based Risk Control Processes. This is an accredited two day course covering current relevant legislation relating to work-based risk control processes and practices. This course is one of the four Certificate IV units required to transition from an interim Gas licence to a full Gas licence in Queensland.
Working at Heights
Information regarding courses on Working at Heights, including using applicable fall protective equipment, offered by affiliated RTO's.
CPCPWT4022A Commission & Maintain Backflow Prevention Devices. This is an accredited three day course required for all plumbers' who wish to obtain a backflow endorsement.
The Service Trades College
The Service Trades College Australia is a centre of excellence for trade and post trade training in commercial plumbing, mechanical services (air-conditioning) and fire protection.
Information about courses that are on offer to plumbers and gasfitters by other RTO's. MPAQ does not have any involvement with the delivery of these courses.
CPCPWT4023A Commission & Maintain Hot & Heated Water Temperature Control Devices. This is an accredited one day course with an additional online component required for all plumbers' who wish to obtain a TMV endorsement.
Information on the funding and course subsidies available for MPAQ Training Courses.
Information about Restricted Electrical courses offered by affiliated RTO's. This course is the required qualification for plumbers to gain a Restricted Electrical Work Licence.
Complaints and Appeals Policy
Information regarding the MPAQ Training Complaints and Appeals Policy. This includes lodging a complaint and the procedure MPAQ will follow to action complaints.
Training Boost for Industry Support Staff
From October, clerical and administration staff in the building and construction industry will be able to access training course subsidies previously only available to front line tradies, following eligibility changes announced by Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ).