Classification: Building, Construction & Property Services
Building, Construction & Property Services
The building, construction and property services industries involve much more than laying bricks or tiles, fixing pipes and selling property.Read Full Snapshot
Women in the Construction and Property Services Industries
The Construct My Career website has recently developed a new page titled: Women in the Industry.
DEEWR trades report picks up long term skills challenge
CPSISC, the National Industry Skills Council responsible for the building, construction and property services industries, acknowledged the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) report released today which outlines current construction shortfalls and points to longer term skill demands.
The Australian Government's Climate Change Program
National Skills Week provides a great opportunity to showcase the delivery of high quality, industry relevant skills for sustainability, or green skills, through the Australian VET system.
CareerOne Profile - James McKay: Theatre set construction
Sydney Theatre Company head of set construction James McKay was typical of many youngsters in that he had no idea what he wanted to do when he was at school.
February 04, 2008 | Full Profile »
Jocelyn Howard: Painter and Interior Designer
Jocelyn Howard is a woman not afraid to tackle an industry dominated by males. While homes and domesticity has traditionally been the habitat of women, it has been males who dominate the industry of painting and interior design, challenging female clients to attempt to see eye-to-eye over issues such as interior design, which may not entirely cross the gender cultural barrier.
February 28, 2008 | Full Profile »
Jeanine Cooke: Construction Operations Manager
At 16 Jeanine Cooke was told females weren't to be builders, so her apprenticeship wasn't to be. Today she operates The Hedley Group in Cairns with partner Tom Hedley and it's one of the largest construction companies in Australia.
March 06, 2008 | Full Profile »