If you are interested in becoming a bricklayer, call us on 8367 5615. We have employers seeking apprentices. The requirements are:
- under 21 years old
- have drivers license and car
- reliable with the ability to follow instructions
- either have some experience or have completed a pre-apprenticeship course
These are genuine employers looking to hire. It’s normal in the trade that applicants be prepared to complete some work experience with the employer first. One of the apprenticeships is with a group training organisation, who require a medical physical to be undertaken.
Our popular Pre-apprenticeship course, just got better! We are now able to offer the course on the following dates:
28/02/2017 – 05/05/2017
28/03/2017 – 02/06/2017
26/04/3017 – 30/06/2017
8am – 3:30pm Tuesday – Friday for 10 weeks at 15 Jacobsen Crs, Holden Hill. WorkReady funding is available for eligible students.
This course is designed to assist students to become ready to work as apprentices. Employers have contacted us seeking apprentices that are reliable, able to follow instructions and have their drivers licenses. Call us on 8367 5617 or email email@example.com to book in a time to discuss the course.
We currently have Bricklayers and Tilers looking to hire apprentices. They are after ‘work ready’ apprentices, people who have some basic skills and are aware of what working in the building industry is like. The Certificate II in Construction (CPC20112) is an excellent course that provides students with an introduction to the following trades:
- Bricklaying (2 employers currently looking for apprentices as of 31/1/2017
- Tiling (4 tilers looking for apprentices as of 31/1/2017)
- Plastering (labourers positions appearing regularly on gumtree)
- Concreting (2 employers seeking labourers)
- Scaffolding – up to 4metres (shortage of scaffolders in Adelaide – especially around festival/ major event times)
Employers contact us directly looking for students to recommend. We also check adverts for jobs every morning and have close industry ties to give students extra guidance. Applicants will have the opportunity to see other pre-apprentices in action on the trade floor. Students will be working side by side with existing apprentices so they can discuss the industry, find out what life as a tradie is like, and see how over time how their skills develop.
If you are interested in applying, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8367 5615.
Looking for an apprenticeship? Employers actively seek people who have completed are pre-apprenticeship course, or who are currently enrolled. We have employers calling asking for students to recommend. The Certificate II in Construction provides an introduction to a range of trades with the aim of having students gain apprenticeships or labouring work in the industry.
The course focuses on the following trades:
- Scaffolding (up to 4m)
The next course starts 24/01/17 and runs for 10 weeks. Other courses will be run starting on 07/02/2017 & 28/03/2017. Courses are held at 15 Jacobsen Crs Holden Hill. Eligible students will have course fees covered by WorkReady, for those ineligible the course costs $2500 with payment plans available. Starting time is 8am, Tuesday – Friday. If you are interested in the course please call us on 8367 5616 or email email@example.com.
Our course guide for 2017 can be downloaded by clicking on the following link: 2017 course guide . Courses offered included our popular Cert II in Construction CPC20112 Pre-apprenticeship course, dates for the sub-contractors license course, and information on our short courses across tiling, bricklaying, waterproofing and plastering.
The Certificate II in Construction will run for 10 weeks, Tuesday – Friday 8am – 3:30pm on the following dates:
24/01/2017 – 31/03/2017
07/02/2017 – 13/04/2017
28/03/2017 – 02/06/2017
Short courses, other than the sub-contractors course, can be scheduled with 2 weeks notice at dates that suit you. There is no minimum number for these courses.
Not all students who come to us are eligible for government funding to do our pre-apprenticeship courses. Zach was one of those students who was ineligible. Instead Zach paid for the course via a weekly payment plan. He completed the Certificate II in Construction in 2015 and by the end of the year had secured an apprenticeship in solid plastering.
Zach’s employer is a specialist in restoration work. The skills the he passes on to Zach are unique, and will set him up for a long and profitable career in the industry. Pre-apprenticeship courses are a fantastic way to get the experience required to secure an apprenticeship. Our next Certificate II in Construction starts on Tuesday 11th & 18th October 2016, for 10 weeks. If you are interested in the course, please call us on 83675615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the 15 years we have been training people to become bricklayers, tilers and plasterers, a number of our pre-apprentice students have gone on to become apprentices. The apprenticeship process isn’t always easy! Thats where a dedicated family run trade school can help.
Alex completed his Certificate II in Construction pre-apprenticeship with FCTA – Building Careers in 2012. He was an excellent student who quickly decided that Tiling was the trade he wanted to specialise in. He secured an apprenticeship straight away and went on to work with 2 other employers as well. Along the way we have gotten to know Alex’s family and seen him become a top tiler.
Pre-apprenticeship courses are a great way to decide which trade you want to focus on. Students try several different trades before selecting one to focus on. Often the skills from one trade are used in another. Tilers frequently brick in bath tubs and build hobs. Screeding skills that are so important in tiling are part of the hand skills used in plastering.
If you are interested in completing a pre-apprenticeship course our next Certificate II in Construction starts 11th October 2016. Call us on 83675615 or email email@example.com for more information.
We have been running pre-apprenticeship courses for over 15 years. During that time we have trained students seeking apprenticeships in bricklaying, tiling and plastering. Some of these students secured apprenticeships and have now completed their 4 years with employers and have started their own businesses.
Angelo is one of those students. He completed a Certificate II in Construction in 2009. This was a difficult time in the construction industry in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). New builds had declined, and banks were making it difficult for new home owners to get finance. Despite this, Angelo secured an apprenticeship with a Group Training Organisation (GTO) who placed him with a host employer.
Over the next 4 years Angelo developed his skills and worked on a variety of sites around Adelaide. In 2014 he completed his trade sub-contractors course and is now self-employed. The building industry offers individuals the chance to become their own boss.
Our next Certificate II in Construction course starts October 11th 2016. If you are interested in applying please call us on 83675615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have employers currently looking to hire bricklaying and tiling apprentices. Your best chance to get ahead of other apprenticeship applicants is to enrol in a Certificate II in Construction course. This course is commonly referred to as a pre-apprentice course because employers want students who have had some training and experience in construction.
The FCTA – Building Careers course focuses on developing practical hand skills in bricklaying, tiling, plastering and concreting. Students will also learn how to assemble scaffolding up to 4 metres. The course runs for 10 weeks, starting 11/10/2016 – 16/12/2016 and will be held at 15 Jacobsen Crs Holden Hill in South Australia.
There are a limited number of government-funded places available for eligible students. Students over 16 currently at high school may be eligible to enrol if they are motivated about finding an apprenticeship. Payment plans are also available for people not eligible for funded places. For any questions, or to book in for a place call us on 8367 5615 or email email@example.com
Pre-apprenticeship students are sought out by employers for apprenticeships. The pre-apprenticeship course covers the basics in bricklaying, tiling, plastering, concreting and scaffolding. If you’re looking for an apprenticeship, this is a great way to get to know more about the industry and try a range of trades.
Students work side by side with existing apprentices and can find out what tradie life is like. WorkReady funding is available for some students and payment plans are available for full fee paying students. Contact us on 8367 5615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org