Given the huge range and variety of roles in the Civil Construction sector there is not just one pathway into our industry.
Our industry is diverse, employing people who did not complete high school through to University Masters qualified people.
There is a training pathway into our industry from all angles. For a range of roles visit our Careers Wheel
All people working in the field in the Construction Industry are required to have a “White Card”. The White Card is offered by many RTO’s and covers the basic safety information for new entrants into our Industry. For information on how to get a White Card and RTO’s who deliver this, click on the Find out more button below.
This qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator working in Civil construction,
There are 8 specialist streams
This course is designed to build on technical work experience for development into roles such as site supervisor, contract administrator or in project management or estimating.
Search for a course in Civil Construction here to find a Skills Tasmania Endorsed Registered Training Provider who has delivered these qualifications in Tasmania in the last two years.
To undertake any traffic management duties on our roads you are required to have traffic management training. Courses include:
This course will provide the technical expertise required and management skills needed to plan, design, construct and maintain infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, dams, water supply systems and road and rail networks.
Have you thought about becoming a vocational teacher but not sure if you have the right skills or the right level of skills required? Are you keen to give yourself the best possible opportunity to be a vocational teacher that learners remember favourably and who makes a positive difference in the lives of learners?
Are you passionate about sharing your skills and knowledge with the next generation of industry specialists in your field? Are you currently working in industry and have an interest in delivering training to complement your role?