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28 – 29 Nov 2017

Home Modifications training in Hobart over 2 days

Achieve 2 Units of Competency The Home Modifications Course comprises of two units of competency: CPPACC4020A – Provide access advice on building renovations CPPACC5016A – Provide expert access advice on renovations to private dwellings

Both units are nationally recognised.

CPPACC5016A forms part of the CPP50711 (Diploma of Access Consulting), and will provide you with future opportunities to complete Diploma level qualifications if you complete the assessment task.
Assessment is not compulsory. You will receive a Certificate of Attendance if you choose not to complete the assessment. Should you complete the assessment you will be awarded a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
The training package can be adapted to your specific availability but is generally carried out over two consecutive days. Support to complete the project and the assessment tasks will be provided throughout.


Session 1: Understanding disability and the barriers within the home environment
Session 2: Assessing and specifying requirements for client’s needs

This training program aims to expand the knowledge of Allied Health Professionals, builders, building consultants and building designers to have the requisite skills and knowledge to create and modify existing private dwellings to suit the specific needs of the client, and where appropriate, family and/or carers.

Learn from the Experts

Over a decade of experience and leadership, Assistive Technology Australia (previously known as the Independent Living Centre NSW) has provided disability access advice to the industry for more than ten years and is a leader in this new and expanding field of expertise. Clients include major architecture firms and design and construct companies. Projects include major sporting venues, high-rise buildings, large-scale residential
developments, open spaces, aged care and childcare facilities, and entertainment venues. Training staff have hands-on practical experience consulting on the interpretation of the BCA and Australian Standards for compliance with disability legislation, auditing drawings and buildings for compliance, including on SEPP (Seniors Living) developments, in Home Modifications and Assistive Technologies.