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Certificate III in Furniture Finishing
Duration in months, based on full-time employment
48 - Completion of LMF20202 Certificate II in Furniture Finishing will result in a mandatory credit of 12 months on the duration of this apprenticeship. An RPL assessment will need to be conducted for the replacement qualifications. Talk to the registered training organisation involved.
This qualification is related to the declared trade of french polishing
All apprenticeships/traineeships must comply with
TTAC Policies and Guidelines
The employer is responsible for ensuring compliance with the appropriate industrial award/agreement as specified in the training contract.
Subsidy for qualification
Number of subsidised nominal hours
Preferred Provider Only
Funding For Existing Workers in Traditional Trades Initiative
Subsidy available to existing employees
RTOs with User Choice agreements
The list of RTOs which currently have a purchasing agreement can be found on the Skills Tasmania website at
A full list of Registered Training Organisations who deliver and assess this qualification is available on the Training.gov.au (TGA) website:
School Based option
School based available
To request adding a qualification as a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship please contact Denise Glover on (03) 6233 6417 or Allana Morgan on (03) 6216 4339, or email firstname.lastname@example.org at Skills Tasmania.
Declared Vocations - Furniture Polishing and French Polishing 5605 Certificate III in Furnishings (Furniture Polishing)
Last day sign-ups allowed for old qualification
Travel and accommodation allowances are payable to eligible apprentices and trainees who are required to travel either within Tasmania or interstate to attend structured training. Details of the allowances payable and eligibility requirements can be found at
Subsidies under other programs
This qualification may be offered under other programs. Information on these programs can be found on the Skills Tasmania website at