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ACPET is the national industry association for the providers of private education and training – the choice of millions of students each year.
Private providers are popular for their;
- Choice, as they offer accredited courses across a wide range of industries as well as hard-to-find specialist courses
- Experience and commitment, where teaching staff tend to be industry professionals themselves
- Security, with tuition assurance schemes in place
- Flexibility of adaptable courses that respond to the latest industry developments
- Focus on service, with student demands the number one priority
Not every private college is the same. ACPET members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics, and have access to the best professional development for their staff. To make sure you choose a high quality private college look for the ACPET logo.
Construct My Career is an initiative of the Construction & Property Services Industry Skills Council (CPSISC).
- People are generally unaware of the breadth of the construction and property services industries and the careers that are on offer. This includes career advisers, young people and their parents/families, and people who are looking for a career change.
- People’s perceptions of the construction and property services industries are outdated, narrow and erroneous.
- There is an under-representation of women in building and construction, particularly at trades’ level, which exacerbates skill shortages.
- To promote the construction and property services industries, and the careers that are on offer, to career advisers, young people and their parents/families, and people who are looking for a career change;
- To encourage/advocate the employment of women in building and construction;
- To be a point of contact in the construction and property services industries for anyone seeking career advice; and
- To have or to be able to find the answer to any reasonable career question.
Master Builders is the major Australian building and construction industry association. Its primary role is to promote the viewpoints and interests of the building and construction industry and to provide services to members in a broad range of areas including training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and international relations.
Master Builders has offices in all capital cities and major regional cities of Australia. It employs over 340 experienced staff with qualifications in a diverse range of disciplines including building, engineering, law, management, economics, marketing, accounting, industrial relations, safety, building surveying, international business and training.
Master Builders Australia is the national body of the Master Builders group. Its members include all nine State and Territory Master Builders Associations.
Master Plumbers believe that the future of the industry relies on a skilled and capable workforce.
They are committed to providing a range of professional development and technical training courses that improve plumber's skills and knowledge and add value to your business.
Master Plumbers offers a range of training courses across a number of areas including specialist industry training, environmentally sustainable plumbing and WHS or high risk courses.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC):
- Is a Not-For-Profit organisation formed in 1995 whose mission is to promote and improve the construction industry by the advancement of women within it;
- Provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions to problems;
- Offers individual members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge, and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry.
The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) is the national professional association for Australia’s real estate sector. REIA is a politically non-aligned organisation that provides research and well-informed advice to the Federal Government, Opposition, professional members of the real estate sector, media and the public on a range of issues affecting the property market.
Since 1924, the REIA has worked to represent the real estate sector on a range of varied and important issues. REIA has an excellent reputation as the most credible source of knowledge and considered opinion regarding the commercial and residential property markets in Australia.
Specialised Textiles Association (previously known as Australian Canvas & Synthetics Products Association, ACASPA) has been representing the industrial fabrics/specialty fabric/ textile industry since the 1940’s
The variety of product supplied by our members is endless and includes: outdoor covers, awnings, blinds, shade sails and structures, canopies, dam liners, grain covers, marine covers, tarpaulins, banners, camping annexes, tank liners, yacht sails etc.
As an industry association, Specialised Textiles Association provides industry support, market trends, training, accreditation and licensing, and lobbying of State and Federal Governments.
Women inTextiles (WiT) aim is to encourage and support one another, establishing a network of like-minded individuals who are pro-active towards issues affecting women within our industry.
WiT's aim is to create a trade with limitless opportunities for women and reward them for their contributions. The network will act as a resource to aid women in their journey to success within the textiles industry.
The Tradeswomen’s Guild: Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shire is a government funded initiative to connect young women with mentors from various non-traditional trades with a goal to encourage young women into trades and to mentor them in a variety of skills and career pathways.
The Tradeswomen’s sister program, Girls in Trades, are currently producing 12 short films on women and girls in non-traditional trades that will be displayed within schools in the Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shire on completion.
The Tradeswomen Guild has partnered with the Women in Business South Coast Group and will hold combined monthly meets, which will include dinner, fund raising, guest speakers and networking opportunities for like-minded businesses and individuals in the South Coast region.
If you would like to be part of this exciting initiative, contact Amy Kovacs through the dedicated Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tradewomens-Guild-Eurobodalla-and-Bega-Valley/778072805537082