A career in building and construction is rewarding, flexible and offers long term employment opportunities
Building & Construction is hands on and physically demanding industry that provides high job satisfaction, freedom and flexibility.
At TAFE Queensland Gold Coast you'll receive industry relevant, practical training and leave fully prepared to take your place among the industry's future of leading craftsmen.
Many Building and construction courses at TAFE Queensland Gold Coast are delivered as apprenticeships. An apprenticeship through TAFE Queensland Gold Coast provides you with a nationally recognised practical qualification and is an investment in your long-term potential for employment.
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What career opportunities are available:
TAFE Queensland Gold Coast building and construction graduates are employed in the following roles:
- Quantity surveying
- Building surveying
- Construction management
- Job supervision and safety management
- Personnel management
- Cost control and quality
- Construction technology and detailing
- Planning and scheduling
- Contract administration
Major industry employers
- ADCO Constructions
- AV Jennings
- BCI Australia
- Devine Constructions
- Thiess Australia
- Tamawood Limited
- Westfield Group
Five reasons to study Building and Construction with TAFE Queensland Gold Coast
- TAFE Queensland Gold Coast building and construction courses have been developed with industry professionals, and provide students with the skills to successfully gain employment in this industry.
- Many building and construction courses at TAFE Queensland Gold Coast are delivered as apprenticeships.
- Your apprenticeship is an investment in your long-term potential for employment.
- You will get hands-on experience and earn money while training.
- If you are the kind of person who likes to create and build things then a TAFE Queensland Gold Coast building and construction course sounds like the right move for you.
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