Master Builders WA
'Training'

This Weeks Episode of Home in WA

Email:
mba@mbawa.com.au

Website:
http://www.mbawa.com

Phone:
(08) 9476 9800

Fax:
(08) 9476 9801

Address:
35 Havlock St
West Perth WA 6005

Building and Construction is a major growth industry here in WA and it’s only getting bigger as the state’s population grow between 50-80 thousand people each year.
Statistics show 25 thousand new homes are being built every year in the West.

 That’s not to mention shops, offices and schools.
 
Simply put it means extra job opportunities, here in WA 130,000 people work in building and construction… that’s more than ever before.
So with the industry picking up there’s now a huge focus on delivering West Aussies the skills needed to tackle the construction game.
Entry points can vary:  whether it be via laboring, an apprenticeship, traineeship, TAFE… or university.
Keeping in mind that many career paths in the building and construction industry don’t require a University degree… and rest assured the skills learnt can be applied all around the world.

There’s a huge range of opportunities in the building industry, ranging from being in the office as a designer or estimator, to being in the field as a supervisor, carpenter or bricklayer.

No matter which pathway you choose …Master Builders provides training for all spectrums of the industry.

Being a Registered Training Provider, Master Builders offer training courses that meet the needs of employers, employees, contractors, supervisors and managers.
The comprehensive courses are continually reviewed and updated to include the latest legislation, codes and standards meaning  everything is completely up to scratch.
Some are even subsidised by the Construction Training Fund, with bulk billing arrangements making the process even easier the hip pocket.

The experts at Master Builders offer a huge range of courses for you to ‘up skill’… and they focus on specific gaps within the industry to ensure safe, sustainable, and contemporary methodologies are used.

It’s crucial that the growth of the industry is coupled by the growth in training options.
 
That’s why Master Builders have expanded to four training centres throughout WA recently a superb new centre was opened in Bunbury and the facilities were warmly embraced by all the South West members.

Several years ago Geraldton opened their doors and last year Albany did the same to make courses easily accessible and offer the highest standard of training across the state.