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Understanding the Timber Framing Code

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This course will assist participants in understanding the current timber framing standards and outline the building regulations and the content of AS1684.2 (non-cyclonic regions classification).
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* Prices include GST. The course fee does not include required resources (if applicable).


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Essential information

What's it all about?
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Regulatory requirements for the timber framing standards within the Building Code of Australia make this course a “must do” for industry personnel involved with timber framed homes or extensions.

This course will assist participants in understanding the current timber framing standards and outline the building regulations and the content of AS1684.2 (non-cyclonic regions classification), whilst guiding participants through practical exercises using real life house plans.

On successful completion of this short course you will be issued with a HIA Statement of Completion.

What do I need before I start?
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To start this program, you must have:

  • a good understanding of English reading and writing; and communication skills
  • the ability to research, access and interpret complex documents
  • numeracy skills to apply calculations
  • knowledge of building terminology

You can check your knowledge and find out about courses by contacting HIA Training on 1300 650 620.

How long will it take?
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You will need to commit 33 hours (equivalent to 6 days or 11 evenings) of face-to-face learning time for this short course.

Call your local HIA office to find out if this course is delivered in a part-time or full-time format.

What will I need?
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Access to AS 1684.2-2010 Residential timber-framed construction - Non-cyclonic areas

What will it cost?
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Prices can be viewed on our government subsidised training page.

What resources will I require?
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There are no mandatory resources required for this training.

Course sessions

Session type Date Time
Session 1 Fri 18 November 2022 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Session 2 Sat 19 November 2022 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Session 3 Sun 20 November 2022 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Session 4 Sat 26 November 2022 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Session 5 Sun 27 November 2022 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM


Members price Non-members price
$850.00 $960.00


Housing Industry Association

Cnr Port Road & Station Place Hindmarsh SA 5007

Am I eligible for funding?

Find out more about eligibility criteria.

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Got any questions?

If you're still looking for more information on training, give us a call or hit enquire now and we'll get back to you.

1300 650 620

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Government subsidised funding