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Applications open for new $476m skills fund
Applications open for new $476m skills fund

Assistant Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham has announced that Australian businesses can now apply for support to boost the skills of their workforce under the Abbott Governments new Skills Fund

Posted 29 January 2015
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Master Builders Group Training providing a key role in Asbestos Awareness training
Master Builders Group Training providing a key role in Asbestos Awareness training

Since 1 July 2014, Master Builders Group Training have delivered Asbestos Awareness training to in excess of 5000 people. It is estimated that another 2000 will be trained early in 2015 and this should account for around half of the total ACT construction industry workforce. 

Posted 28 January 2015
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Why 2015 Will Be the Year of Tall Timber Construction
Why 2015 Will Be the Year of Tall Timber Construction

In recent years, the building design and construction industry in many developed economies has witnessed an increased interest in the use of timber framed (TF) construction for low to mid-rise development projects.

Posted 27 January 2015
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MBA Flashback - The Master Builders Fidelity Fund
MBA Flashback - The Master Builders Fidelity Fund

In today's MBA Flashback we take a look at when and how the Master Builders Fidelity Fund was established.

Posted 23 January 2015
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DIPLOMA OF BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION (BUILDING)
DIPLOMA OF BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION (BUILDING)

A Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) provides you with the training you need to work on the construction of low to medium rise residential and commercial buildings up to three storeys and 2000m². This course begins in February and places are limited.

Posted 22 January 2015
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