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Apply Operational Maintenance Skills Basic Levelling (including basic laser safety) Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM) Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM) & Traffic Controller (TC) - Western Australia Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM) & Traffic Controller (TC) Refresher - Western Australia Breathing Apparatus Chainsaw for Experienced Users Chainsaw for Inexperienced Users Confined Space including Observe Permit Work Confined Space Refresher - Western Australia Confined Space with Breathing Apparatus Dial Before You Dig Pre-Excavation Management Elevated Work Platform Below 11m Elevated Work Platform High Risk Above 11m (Boom) Environmental Awareness Forklift Training and Assessment High Risk Work Licence Gas Test Atmospheres Hazardous Manual Tasks (formerly Manual Handling) Hazardous Substances Awareness Incident Investigation Install Trench Support Laser Safety Officer Load and Unload Plant (with load restraint) Load Slinging Locating Underground Services Mining Refresher Course Provide First Aid PVC Pipe Laying - Western Australia Read and Interpret Plans Risk Control SA Water Pipe Laying Safe Work Method Statements Safety Supervisor Telescopic Handler The Right Way To Traffic Intensive White Card Construction Induction White Card Refresher Course Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter Work Zone Traffic Management Work Zone Traffic Management - Northern Territory Work Zone Traffic Management Refresher Working at Heights Refresher - Western Australia Working Safely at Heights

Construction Training Fund (CTF)

Supplementary Skills Program

CTF assists the building and construction industry to remain efficient and competitive by supporting the training of workers in the industry. Subsidies are available to reduce training costs making it easier for eligible businesses and employees to access the training they need when they need it.

The CTF Supplementary Skills Program provides support for eligible trainees across a range of approved Construction Skills, Occupational Health & Safety and Industry Skills courses. 

Subsidies of up to 80% are available to help reduce training costs for eligible businesses and employees to develop and enhance the skills that are required by a growing, contemporary industry.

The areas of industry training courses supported by the CTF through its Supplementary Skills Program are:

  • Construction Skills - courses designed to develop, maintain or enhance skills relevant to working in the building and construction industry;
  • Industry Skills - courses that meet the broader training needs of the industry in areas such as communication, tenders, small business management and supervisory skills;
  • Occupational Health & Safety - courses that meet the needs of the construction industry to ensure safe working practice; 
  • Software Skills - designed to assist industry to develop foundation skills in areas such as Excel, MYOB, MS Project, etc; and
  • Occupational licensing
 

Many courses offered by Civil Train in WA are eigible for CTF support.  Civil Train is not a CTF bulk biller.  Eligible particpants/employers will be required to seek the subsidy as a refund from CTF.

For more information vsisit the CTF website www.bcitf.org