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Master Builders ACT: Growing the Construction Industry With Innovative Programs

Encouraging Greater Female Representation in the Construction Industry

JobTrainer Women in Civil Construction Program

New Program Commencing February 2022

Master Builders ACT together with SPARK and our partners are proud to launch this innovative training program to encourage more women to consider a career in the civil construction industry. Civil construction is an exciting part of the sector with interesting roles across the planning, design and creation of major infrastructure projects and this program will provide participants with specialised accredited training and employment pathways.

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Master Builders MATE Program

What is the Master Builders MATE Program?

The Master Builders MATE (Mentoring Apprentices Towards Excellence) Program is a digital 3-month program designed to connect apprentices with a MATE. A MATE will support their mentee (apprentice) with developing skills in:

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Relationship Management
  • Communication, including social media
  • Career development

The outcome of this program is to provide a supportive network of people and create a MATE for life.

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Master Builders ACT and SPARK Ginninderry JobTrainer Women in Trades Program

About the Program: 

SPARK and our partners are proud to launch this innovative training program to encourage more women to consider a career in the construction industry. Construction is an exciting sector with interesting roles across traditional trades such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, bricklaying, concreting, landscaping, roof tiling, plastering, painting and many more. This program will provide participants with specialised accredited training, industry work placements and potential employment pathways within the carpentry, electrical and plumbing sectors.

Please note, those individuals who wish to be considered for this program MUST successfully complete a functional capacity assessment (which includes drug and alcohol testing) before being offered a place on the program.

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