Overview

Gain expertise in building surveying with our Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying designed for professionals in the construction industry. Delve into compliance requirements, construction methods, and materials application, tailored specifically for Building Institute NSW.

Course Highlights:

  • Comprehensive coverage of compliance requirements and construction techniques.
  • Focus on statutory building surveying regulations and advisory services.
  • Application of knowledge to residential and commercial buildings up to three storeys.
  • Collaboration with industry specialists for thorough assessment and verification.
  • Emphasis on safety and compliance in the built environment.
  • Preparation for licensing and certification requirements as per relevant authorities.
Embark on a fulfilling career in building surveying and contribute significantly to the development and safety of our built environment.

Your Career

After completing the Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying CPC60121 at Building Institute NSW, you’ll qualify for the job title of Building Surveyor.


You can also join the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors, the national professional organisation for building surveying.


Other example job roles include:


  • building certifier

  • assistant building surveyor

  • local authority building manager.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this Advanced Diploma of Building Surveying qualification.

Admission Requirements

All applicants are required to complete the following to determine suitability for admission:

  • complete a Pre-training Review (PTR); and
  • must undertake a literacy and numeracy assessment

Other Requirements

If you want to get advanced diploma of building surveying Qualification by RPL Process, the candidate MUST provide the following required documents:

1. 100 points ID

2. Unique Student Identifier – USI number

3. Resume (Relevant Industry)

4. Reference Letter (Relevant Industry)

5. Payslip

6. Worksite Photos & Videos evidence

Units of Competency

Packaging Rules


To achieve this advanced diploma of building surveying qualification, competency must be demonstrated in:

      • 22 units of competency:
      • 19 core units
      • 3 elective units.

For the elective units:

      • up to 3 units may be selected from the elective units listed below
      • up to 2 units may be selected from any currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course at Advanced Diploma, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma level.

An asterisk (*) against a unit code below indicates that there is a prerequisite requirement that must be met. Prerequisite unit(s) must be assessed before assessment of any unit of competency with an asterisk. Check the unit of competency for information on specific prerequisite requirements. All prerequisite requirements are packaged in the qualification.


Core units 

CPCCBC4001

Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 1 and 10 buildings

CPCCBC4010*

Apply structural principles to residential and commercial constructions

CPCCBC4012

Read and interpret plans and specifications

CPCCBC4053

Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for Class 2 to 9 Type C buildings

CPCCBS6101

Research and evaluate construction methods and materials for Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6102

Research and evaluate construction methods and materials for Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6103

Identify and apply legal and ethical requirements to building surveying functions

CPCCBS6104*

Assess and advise on compliance of design documentation for Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6105*

Assess and advise on compliance of design documentation for Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6107

Prepare planning and development applications for buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6108*

Process building applications for Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6109*

Process building applications for Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6110*

Conduct and report on building surveying audits of Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6112*

Conduct and report on initial construction inspections of Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6113*

Conduct and report on initial construction inspections of Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6114*

Conduct and report on advanced and final inspections of Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6115*

Conduct and report on advanced and final inspections of Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6116*

Assess and advise on performance solutions for Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6118*

Assess and advise on performance solutions for Class 1 and 10 buildings to three storeys



Elective units 

CPCCBS6111*

Conduct and report on building surveying audits of Class 2 to 9 buildings to three storeys

CPCCBS6117*

Monitor and advise on construction and compliance upgrade work on buildings to three storeys

CPPACC6002

Apply performance-based codes and risk management principles to assessing buildings for access

CPPACC6003

Apply unjustifiable hardship principles to Alternative Building Solutions for access

CPPHES4005

Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements

CPPHES4007

Assess the thermal performance of existing residential buildings

PUAFIR518

Conduct and record a Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessment


Pathways

On successful completion of this course you may seek entry into a building surveying or building and construction-oriented degree offered by VET colleges.

Duration

The advanced diploma of building surveying qualification is online based as well as Face to Face and Blended Up to 2 years full time class.

FAQ

Are building surveyors in demand in Australia?

-Building surveyors are highly sought after throughout Australia, with many students securing employment while pursuing their studies, enabling them to earn and learn simultaneously. Additionally, students entering the field can expect a respectable starting salary of approximately $80,000.

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What is the highest-paying surveying job?

-Mine surveyors in Australia often command the highest salaries within the surveying profession due to the specialized nature of their work in the mining industry. They are responsible for accurately measuring and mapping mining areas, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, and contributing to efficient and productive mining operations. The demand for skilled mine surveyors, coupled with the unique challenges and technical expertise required for this role, contributes to the higher earning potential compared to other surveying positions.

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Is surveying a stressful job?

-Surveying can be a demanding and sometimes stressful job, as it involves responsibilities such as precise measurements, data collection, and ensuring accuracy in various projects. Factors contributing to potential stress include tight deadlines, challenging weather conditions, and the need for meticulous attention to detail. However, job stress can vary based on the specific type of surveying, workplace environment, and individual preferences. Overall, effective communication, time management, and coping strategies can help mitigate stress in the surveying profession.

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