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Neither federal nor state governments lend..

There is a conspicuous failure of the Victorian Government to offer similar support for nurturing skills in the building and construction industry.

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Master Builders Victoria a high-performer..

NCVER predicts only 47 per cent of students enrolled in a Certificate I or above VET program in 2016 will complete it.

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Finding your entry-level workers: Master..

Master Builders and Jobs Victoria are working to be part of the solution for skills shortages.

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Neither federal nor state governments lend adequate support for skills...

The federal government’s announcement of a $60 million pilot trial wage subsidy for employers in rural and regional areas stresses the conspicuous failure of the...

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Master Builders Victoria a high-performer in training

On average, Master Builders trains more than 3500 students annually through our RTO, with an average completion rate of 82 per cent across our Certificate III, IV...

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Finding your entry-level workers: Master Builders and Jobs Victoria

Along with our strong advocacy and awareness program with government, Master Builders is working with Jobs Victoria on a pilot program to encourage young people...

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Is it time to take the next step and start your own business?

Working as a tradie in the building and construction industry provides you with a wide range of opportunities, experience and jobs.

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Are we bracing for a skills war?

2017 was certainly an eventful year, and not just for the BLSC. The accelerating growth of the Victorian construction

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Short-course training: preliminary works (domestic)

A lot of our members have been finding it difficult to gain experience in the preliminary works activity that the Victorian Building Authority requires when applying...

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