Hi Owner Builder Course Students,
We are working on an update to each of our resources that we make available free to our owner builder students.
Some of these resources are custom built by us, others are copied from the various state or territory regulatory bodies and are provided to make access simpler and more efficient.
With all of the third party resources we provide access to, they come with the rider that our owner builder course students must check and verify they are the latest and current versions that presents the most up to date information.
Recently there have been some changes to Home Warranty Insurance and this is always a very contentious issue so we look forward to being able to provide an update to this very soon.
In respect to our custom built templates, registers, schedules etc, we realise they are getting a bit long in the tooth and intend to refresh the look and feel of each of these items in the coming few months.
Each resource will be supported by a video tutorial which will guide our owner builder students through the process of using the forms and applying them practically.
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission has a range of contracts which cover every type of project or undertaking that an owner builder may reasonably expect to be involved with. We are working on a set of supporting video tutorials to help our owner builders understand the use of the contracts, which contract to select and how to administer works using the contract as the basis of a management system.
As we have included in previous posts, the QBCC contracts are specifically drawn for works in Queensland. This does not in our opinion render them not applicable to any other state or territory.
Owner Builder course students in New South Wales should consult the website of the Department of Fair Trading to look for the differences and apply them to the use of the contract forms.
That's all for now, but as always,
It appears QLD is way out in front with available material. Will go to Dept of Fair Trading site & have a look around.
I am new to this BLOG.
I gave you the wrong question number should be Q.23.
27 is the answer I came up with. The review said that was incorrect.
I got the same answer, Trent, and got the same response.
I had an issue with question 32 in subject CPCCM1011A
Looks like this has been fixed, the total budget is now $230 000
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Rick Heaton is a Building and Construction Industry professional with formal tertiary qualifications in management and training.