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Undergraduate Certificate in Basics of Construction Management

CRICOS Code: 106366M   |   Course Code: CRS1401046



This undergraduate certificate is designed for those who don’t have any or limited knowledge/background experience with the construction industry and are seeking a career in this vibrant growing sector.


Location: City Campus

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English language entry requirements

  • A minimum IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent for International Students

Career Pathway

As a graduate of the Undergraduate Certificate this course will have the foundation knowledge and skills to start a career in building and construction as a Cadet or Trainee in a building or construction company.

Entry requirements

  • Completion of VCE or equivalent or
  • Completion of Certificate IV or
  • Completion of Certificate III or apprenticeship in a construction trade or
  • At least one year of relevant industry experience

Course fees

Tuition Fees: $9,375

Application Fee: $250 (Non-Refundable)

Non-Tuition Fees: $1,820

Estimated Total Course Cost: $11,195

Fee for Service: Domestic and International Students. Government funding may be available for this course please confirm with admissions.

As Delivered by Australian Industrial Systems Institute

Compulsory Units:

To complete this Undergraduate Certificate you will complete the following units:

  • BCM101 Introduction to the Construction Industry
  • BCM102 Introduction to the Building Laws
  • BCM103 Accounting
  • BCM104 Technical Drawings and Communications

Course Duration

26 Weeks

Course Commencement

AISI has three intakes in each academic year(trimester). Please follow the link below to show the dates of enrolment, start and end date of each teaching periods, including exam and holiday dates. International students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to successfully enrol into their desired program.


There are no elective units.

There are no packaging rules.


Currently there are no articulations for entry or at the completion of this course, however Academic Credit and RPL can be granted on an individual basis.


Assessment methods include written reports, essays, oral presentations, tests, quizzes, portfolios, examinations and simulated projects.

Delivery Mode

Blended Learning Please note: During COVID-19 restriction times, the learning is predominately synchronous on-line with timetabled virtual online classes.