If you are a teacher in Western Australia you can now register your interest for updates about our new interactive centre, opening in early 2018.A world first, the centre will offer an interactive experience of the construction industry for school students between years 5 and 12. The centre will connect STEM principles to practical scenarios and showcase to students the variety of exciting occupations on offer in one of the largest and most innovative industries in the world!
Meet the apprentices working on our new interactive centre.First up is Jonathan, he started as a labourer and was quickly snapped up as an apprentice electrician. Find out why he decided on an apprenticeship in the construction industry.
To help you along with your career, the Construction Training Fund is providing a scholarship of $250 to students who successfully complete eligible Certificate II building and construction qualifications either as part of WACE studies at school or full time as a pre apprenticeship.You can now apply for your scholarship online!
Forget about a general, run-of-the-mill Cert II in Business for your WACE. Check out the Cert II Building & Construction Business Pathway qualification and learn about the business principles in the construction industry. This can open up lots of opportunities if you're seeking a non-trade career in the construction industry. Think about Estimating, Scheduling and Contracts Administration. Or Account Management and Client Liaison. Think outside the square!
If you're a Year 9 or 10 student interested in a career in WA's construction industry, you should be doing a Try-A-Trade course this year.The Try-A-Trade course is around three full school days and you'll definitely get hands-on in up to three trade areas like tiling, bricklaying, carpentry, painting or plumbing. It won't cost you a cent!
Civil construction is the very foundation of the building and construction industry and here's your chance to become part of it. The Certificate II Civil Construction VET in Schools program starts in 2015. Talk to your careers coordinator about it today!
The Certificate II Building & Construction Pathways qualification offers WA students an opportunity to begin a construction career at school and complete 4 units towards WACE in the process! Schools can apply to the Construction Training Fund for up to $150 per enrolled student to reduce costs associated with safety gear for work placement and students can apply for a scholarship of $250 upon successful completion. Email email@example.com for details
Construction tradies learn and develop skills and knowledge to build, repair and maintain a shedload of structures during an apprenticeship. But it is the skills they learned at school which help them succeed during an apprenticeship and as a business owner in the construction industry.
Western Australia's construction industry is BIG!Our homes, roads, bridges, schools, shops, hospitals and sporting facilities don't plan, design, build and maintain themselves. It takes a whole industry of skilled people to bring this all to life for the shelter, security, leisure and convenience we require in our daily lives.This website contains a variety of information that can help you plan a dynamic and exciting career in the one industry with no limits - WA's construction industry!
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