Graduation

Graduation

This week CCF Tas celebrated the graduation of our latest participants in the High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program. Through a partnership with TasTAFE and supported by the Tasmanian Government, this program trained 14 participants in accredited and non-accredited units to upskill them to join the civil construction industry. The Hon Minister Elise Archer and CCF Tas CEO Andrew Winch …

Team at Komatsu

High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program 2022 Graduation

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CCF Tasmania are building a high-vis army to build Tasmania. We have just completed another pre-employment program to give participants the skills, knowledge and experience to join the civil construction industry. At this event we will celebrate the graduation of the latest participants.  

Team at Komatsu

High-Vis Army Pre-Employment Program

Participants selected for the High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program have almost completed their study. During this program they have undertaken their White Card, multiple safety units, Traffic Management Qualifications, Spotter training, using plant and equipment, Working at Heights, Tas Networks training and awareness in silica and asbestos. They have also completed First Aid, Communication and Project Management training and …

5.00pm – High-Vis Army Pre-Employment Information Session

andrew.winch

High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program Looking for a meaningful and well-paid job using new skills? Keen to join the High-Vis Army that is building Tasmania’s infrastructure for the future? Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Tasmania, together the Tasmanian Government and TasTAFE, are running a pre-employment training program to upskill people to join the civil construction industry. This is a free …

11.00am – High-Vis Army Pre-Employment Program – Information Session

andrew.winch

High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program Looking for a meaningful and well-paid job using new skills? Keen to join the High-Vis Army that is building Tasmania’s infrastructure for the future? Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Tasmania, together the Tasmanian Government and TasTAFE, are running a pre-employment training program to upskill people to join the civil construction industry. This is a free …

Polish Program

Beacon Foundation Polish Program & CCF Tasmania

Bayview Secondary College A small group of grade 9 and 10 students have successfully completed the Beacon Foundation Polish program. Polish is a powerful and practical program that helps students feel more confident about their transition into the world of work. They learnt about the importance of transferable skills, met with mentors from different building and construction industries and participated …

Camille in Excavator

Spotting at Komatsu

Ricky Midson, from Training Services Tasmania, conducted RIIRTM203E – Work as a safety observer/spotter training with our Women in Civil Pre-Employment Program participants last week. After a morning of theory, a site visit to Komatsu gave the opportunity for the ladies to do practical assessment and learn about some of the machinery in the civil industry. CCF Tasmania thanks Tim …

Federal Election Breakfast 2022

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Please join CCF Tasmania for our Federal Election breakfast on Thursday 28 April 2022 at Wrest Point Hotel.  The Federal Election will be crucial for our industry with both major parties outlining significant infrastructure plans for Tasmania.  The breakfast is a chance for you to hear first-hand how each party’s priorities will impact you, your business and our sector. Managing …

Hazell Bros – Best Managed Companies Award Winners

CCF Tasmania would like to extend our congratulations to member Hazell Bros for being recognised as one of Deloitte Australia’s 2021  Ten Best Managed Companies, presented by the Premier, Peter Gutwein, on Feb 10, 2022. Hazell Bros employs around 600 people in a range of business areas across Tasmania, Queensland and South Australia. They have successfully delivered major Tasmanian projects …