South Australia has additional waterproofing requirements. These Ministerial Standards were updated in May 2012 and can be downloaded by following the link in our post.
Pre-apprenticeship students are more likely to secure an apprenticeship, and keep it. We have a wide range of people complete these courses, and great examples of former students who have secured apprenticeships.
We had a good response to the Cert II Construction course, with a full class starting today. These Certificate II courses are generally referred to as ‘pre-apprenticeship’ courses as most of the students are seeking an apprenticeship at the end of the course. We’ve had great success placing pre-apprenticeship students …
The SA Govt requires tradies to complete 2 business units as part of their contractors licence application. The units are: Apply Legal Concepts & Small Business Finance The course runs over 2 weekends, 4 days in total. The first weekend session is Jan 18-19, take a break the next weekend and complete the …
Wall & Ceiling Lining apprentice, Nathan Introna has been awarded FCTA – Building Careers Apprentice of the Year for 2013.
Merry Christmas! We will be closing for the holidays Friday 20th December from 12pm. The FCTA administration team will return on Monday 6th January. Training will recommence from Monday 13th January. If you need to contact us over the holidays, please call Trisch on 0400597117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a …
Changes to Skills for All funding from 4/11/2013 mean students need to meet a narrower criteria to receive fully funded training in Certificate II level courses, commonly referred to as ‘Pre-Apprenticeship’ courses.
Pay increases for new apprentices kick in from 01/01/2014. New apprentices will be paid on average an extra $45 – $145 per week extra. These increases do not apply straight away to existing apprentices. Employers thinking of employing an apprentice would be able to employ an apprentice under existing conditions if employed before 01/01/2014. Further, employers are now required to reimburse apprentices for trade school fees and material/ book costs.
Cert II Pre-apprenticeship course in Bricklaying, Tiling, Wall & Ceiling Lining, Solid Plastering, Concreting, Scaffolding. Skills for All funded in South Australia.
Customers can refuse to pay tradies who work unlicensed. Fines of up to $20,000 can also be imposed. This guide takes tradies through the steps to apply for their license, and the reasons why its worth the effort!