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National Construction Code CPD courses

The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) has developed CPD courses to ensure you are up to date with the current requirements of the National.

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New Solar Training

Last week the state government announced a new training program to increase the number of Licensed Electrical Inspectors (LEI) and meet the growing.

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Master Builders Victoria submission in response..

The submission was based on feedback received from our sector committees, member engagement online workshop, and member survey.

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USI program streamlines tracking of training records

The Australian Government has rolled out a new system, called the Unique Student Identifier (USI), for tracking records pertaining to Nationally Recognised Training....

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Start studies now, get registered sooner

It’s that time of the year again, that is, the time to decide whether you’re going to keep those New Year’s resolutions you made at the stroke of midnight....

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Up-skilling at a fraction of the cost

Are you getting the most out of your employee training program? Up-skilling your employees in an ever evolving industry should be a priority for all employers. The...

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Can you read a plan?

Do you work in the building industry but struggle to read plan? You’re not alone. You can either plod through your other daily tasks and avoid ever having anything...

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Simulated learning can broaden your training horizons

So you want to get registered or you just want to upgrade your knowledge and skills in the construction industry. You’ve decided that the Certificate IV in Building...

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Tools to help you achieve a smarter renovation

The renovation market is a growing source of work for many residential builders with Victorians spending $2 billion per year renovating their homes.

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