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CSQ places focus on training during Asbestos Awareness Week

21 Nov 2016

During Asbestos Awareness Week (19-25 November), Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) is encouraging all Queensland building and construction industry businesses and workers to take proactive steps to help reduce the risks of asbestos hazards.
 

Compliance reminder for National Safety Month

21 Oct 2016

With just a few days remaining in National Safe Work Month, CSQ is urging construction industry employers to review their safety policies and procedures. 
 

CCF investing in the future of the industry

20 Oct 2016

The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) is helping its members to embrace new technologies and adapt to a challenging new industry landscape.

Aspiring tradies take part in immersive construction tour

19 Oct 2016

More than 200 students from ten Brisbane high schools have gone behind the scenes at Lendlease's Brisbane Showgrounds development as part of a construction Try'a Trade careers expo.

Leading by example in National Safe Work Month

17 Oct 2016

CSQ is encouraging the building and construction industry to make safety their top priority during National Safe Work Month.
 

Combating Asbestos in National Safe Work Month

14 Oct 2016

National Safe Work Month is underway and CSQ is taking the opportunity to promote the vital role of safety in the construction industry.

Report provides encouraging mid-term forecast for Queensland major projects industry

22 Sep 2016

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) and the Queensland Major Contractors Association (QMCA) have released their 2016 Major Projects Report update which shows a better than expected outlook for the state's construction industry over the next two years.

Local training organisation expands service offerings

26 Aug 2016

Yatala Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Major Training Group is entering an exciting new era in its 20-year history as the company continues to expand its services offerings into traineeships & apprentices and to grow opportunities nationally.

Award winning Logan apprentice forges promising career in construction

15 Aug 2016

Logan resident James Fallon is a young man on a fast track to success in the construction industry. The 18-year-old, currently in the second year of his apprenticeship, has already made impressive strides in his plumbing career since attending the Australian Industry Trade College (AIT) where he graduated last year with the school’s very own Apprentice of the Year Award.
 

World first project unveils vision of the 2036 Australian tradie

26 Jul 2016

CSQ and the CSIRO have today launched Farsight, a world first project examining the impact of technological and social changes on the construction workforce over the next two decades.
 

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