Certificate IV in Civil Construction (Supervision)


If you currently work in the civil construction industry and have been for several years you should already hold at least one or two certificate III level qualifications like Plant Operations, Road Construction or Pipe Laying – and maybe you are now starting to think ‘If I want to progress my career, what’s next?’

The answer is a Certificate IV in Civil Construction (Supervision).

Supervision is about having a thorough understanding to manage the work at hand and strong people skills to coordinate, motivate and lead a team to perform effectively on site. With a Certificate IV Supervision qualification you will acquire a very valuable set of skills.

  • Manage and motivate staff
  • Organise and plan small to medium civil construction projects
  • Manage and oversee the project’s environmental issues
  • Manage and interpret budgets
  • Manage and implement safety
  • Manage quality and project deliverables within a timeframe
  • Organise and supervise machinery
  • Perform project monitoring and progress evaluations
  • Communicate with project stakeholders and site contractors

How much does it cost?

There are a wide variety of funding options depending on your situation. Currently we offer this qualification in Queensland and the ACT. See our funding page for more information or contact us today.

Key Information

Course length: Up to 24 months

Location: On site

Funding: Ask us

Recognition of Prior Learning

Nationally recognised qualification

Career and Employment Opportunities


What will you study

 This nationally recognised qualification requires the successful completion of 12 units of competency.

This includes 5 core units

Then 7 elective units

Further study opportunities



Bridge Construction and Maintenance



Pipe Laying



Road Construction and Maintenance



Plant Operations