Mar 5 Business news
Tradesmen and women in the construction industry are are being called upon to up grade their skills. Due to an increased shortage of project managers in the construction industry.
Businesses and or tradies wishing to empower themselves with project management are being called upon.
After identifying a shortage of project managers in construction, the Queensland government developed a program in conjunction with Developmental Pty.
A tailor made 3 day course was set up by Developmental for tradies to upgrade their qualifications to fill the void in the field.
Of course it costs for the tradies answer the call to trade up from mere trades person to project management qualified.
The Queensland government, to help out, has subsidised 200 places for the course. This is to try to help resolve the shortage of project managers in the various construction areas.
Subsidising is through the Skills Queensland Strategic Investment Fund and will halve the costs for tradies doing the course. Participants will gain a Certificate IV in Project Management to add a boost to their skill set & to their resume.
Project development co ordinator, Chris Goatcher, informs us, though Developmental usually, specialises in online training, we want to do something that will strengthen all businesses in the construction industry.
This includes running a program such as this.
The next set of courses are set to be held at the Nerang RSL, between March 28-30. Bookings or enquiries can be made by calling Developmental or going to their site.
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