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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.

Construction company builds a bright future for Indigenous workers

6 Jul 2016

Australia’s leading construction company, Hutchinson Builders, has set an ambitious task of increasing their Indigenous construction workforce by 4% over the next three years including supporting local indigenous businesses in regional and remote areas.

Wynnum local blaizing a trail for women in construction

23 Jun 2016

Wynnum resident and local business owner Tammy Stanton is playing a leading role in championing the achievements of women in Queensland’s construction industry.

Queensland called to showcase local construction talent

21 Jun 2016

The hunt is on for the Queensland construction industry’s brightest stars, with nominations now open for the 2016 Construction Skills Queensland Excellence Awards.

New Plan to provide construction pathways for Western Cape Indigenous communities

1 Jun 2016

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) has launched a series of new initiatives to help build the capacity of the Western Cape construction workforce. With a particular focus on providing pathways for the Indigenous population, the strategy is outlined in the CSQ Western Cape Construction Skilling Action Plan.

Queensland tradies celebrated in Small Business Week

31 May 2016

Queensland Small Business Week will be held from 16 to 21 May and Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) is taking the opportunity to shine a light on the contribution small businesses are making to the building and construction industry.

Indigenous apprentice numbers on the rise in Queensland

31 May 2016

The number of Indigenous apprentices in Queensland’s construction industry has grown by more than 30% over the last decade according to a new report from Construction Skills Queensland.

7 great tips for securing a construction apprenticeship on the Gold Coast

31 May 2016

As construction activity heats up on the Gold Coast, a host of exciting new job opportunities are opening up to local career seekers.

Submission for Security of Payment discussion paper

19 Apr 2016

Research has identified the construction industry as the number one industry with businesses at risk of default within the next twelve months, and Queensland is identified as the second highest State at risk of potential defaults.

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