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Are you looking for specialist construction industry training to gain new qualifications to enter the industry? Or perhaps you’re looking to up-skill to further your career?

At the Construction Training Centre, you can achieve your goals and enjoy being part of a vibrant campus lifestyle, that is completely tailored and dedicated to your industry. Benefit from the use of specialist, state-of-the-art equipment, gain access to leading training providers in the industry, and build a network of industry connections for the future.

Whether you are a school leaver or a worker looking to up-skill and gain a recognised qualification, the Construction Training Centre plays host to some of the highest quality training providers in the industry, delivering a wide range of skills based training programmes.

Construction Industry Training

Currently there are 15 registered training organisations based at The Construction Training Centre. They deliver a range of training courses from Certificate I level through to Diploma level. And not only for the construction industry – RTO’s here deliver training for many industry sectors including mining, manufacturing, business, transport and logistics and more.

As well as the training providers who operate out of CTC on a long term basis, we have many RTO’s who hire our purpose-built training facilities for a shorter period, whether it’s a day, a week or a month.  Whatever programme you may be enrolled on, or however long you may be with us, all students enjoy the same benefits of our campus-style facilities:

  • Central precinct including and on-site cafe

  • Ample free off-street parking

  • Easy access to Brisbane CBD via close public transport links

  • Social initiatives such as bbqs and group fitness programmes

It is our mission to support the future advancement of the construction industry in Queensland and across Australia, by equipping our valuable workers with the skills and qualifications required to fulfill their roles, through providing world class training facilities and resources.

To find out more about the training provided by our tenant partners, take a look at our tenant directory, and follow the links to their websites.


Training Available at CTC

Our tenants are a diverse melting pot of high quality registered training and industry organisations, delivering training from pre-apprenticeship through to advanced diploma level qualifications.

Existing workers or new entrants will be skilled for success if they choose to train with one of our tenant partners. With campus-style facilities, the Construction Training Centre is a “one-stop-shop”, where you can access training from more than 15 different registered training organisations.

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Useful Resources

Funding Sources

Provides training grants and other assistance for workers in the Queensland building and construction industry to learn new skills or develop existing qualifications and knowledge. The organisation is based in Brisbane, Queensland and is a joint union and employer initiative set up in 1991. BTF was previously known as the Queensland Construction Training Fund (QCTF).

Funded training programs and initiatives for current workers in the industry.  If you are currently working in the Queensland building and construction industry you may be eligible for CSQ funded training to advance or expand your skills under one of the CSQ programs.

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Other useful resources

Offers work health and safety information relevant to each major industry group, including safety campaigns, topics and resources.

The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) is the state’s building and construction industry regulator.

MATES in Construction is a community development organisation aimed at reducing suicide and improving mental health and wellbeing within the Australian Construction industry.

NAWIC, 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; and offer individual members to expand personal and business networks, maintain an awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry.