Today’s requires the modern worker to become a multi skilled and have a specific transfer of knowledge and skills which is independently verified. So, rather than spending a lifetime studying a higher qualifications, short courses can give you the opportunity to update your skill set in only a fraction of the time while focusing on a specific subject like Contract Administration for example.
Ranging from one to two day durations, short courses are perfect if you’re looking to formalise your skills gained in the workplace or build upon your qualifications gained through the Vocational Educational Training system. They can be the key to unlocking job quality and personal development., promotions or new career ventures – and they’ll do wonders for your creativity!
Employment Up skilling
Short courses are a great way to fill the gaps in your knowledge and give you a competitive edge when it comes to employment fulfilment. As technology evolves, so do systems, programs and practices change, making it critical for employees to refresh their skills and stay current and recognised.
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CTF Supplementary Skills Program
Short Course Rebates
The CTF Supplementary Skills Program provides support for eligible people working in the building and construction industry across a range of approved short training courses.
Subsidies of up to 80% are available to help reduce training costs for the development and enhancement of the skills required by a growing, contemporary industry
The areas of industry training courses supported through our Supplementary Skills Program are:
• Construction Skills – courses designed to develop, maintain or enhance skills relevant to the building and construction industry;
• Industry Skills – courses that meet the broader training needs of the industry in areas such as communication, tenders, small business management and supervisory skills;
• Occupational Health & Safety – courses that meet the needs of the construction industry to ensure safe working practice;
• Software Skills – designed to assist industry to develop foundation skills in areas such as Excel, MYOB, MS Project, etc; and
• Occupational licensing
All courses supported by the CTF must be delivered by qualified training personnel through private Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) like BTWA.
|CTF Industry Short Courses
These short courses vary from half day to two day durations
|Apply Principles of OHS Risk Management|
|Asbestos Restricted Removal License|
|BCA / NCC Volume 1 Introduction and Use|
|BCA / NCC Volume 2 Introduction and Use|
|Building Legislative & Legal obligations (Part 2)|
|Building License Training for Residential Building ( Owner Builder 5day course)|
|Building Policies and Policies ( Safety Management Plan)|
|Construction Practices for Residential building|
|Contracts Administration ( Contract and Quality management)|
|Estimating and Cost Monitoring|
|Financial Management cash flow, business plans, progress claims|
|Introduction to Residential Estimating|
|Manage Project Risk Quality|
|Planning & Construction Process|
|Prepare Contacts & Subcontractor Agreements|
|Site Survey & Set Out Procedures|
|Builders Sketches & Drawings|
|White Card CPCCWHS1001|
CTF industry subsides reduces the course costs Subject to eligibility rules – refer CTF website:https://ctf.wa.gov.au/
Contact us to obtain a subsidised training quote. Cost vary from $75 to $500
Eligible individuals and/or employers seeking Supplementary Skills subsidies need to submit the appropriate claim form on successful completion of the course to the CTF with all claims. Please refer to the Levy And Funding Guidelines for more detailed information relating to eligibility and subsidy rates for the Supplementary Skills program.