Our Team

The Construction Training Centre is managed by a small and dedicated team, who are committed to providing a safe, high quality and enjoyable precinct that is central to on-site activity.  We take pride in the community that has developed within CTC among our tenants, their workers and all industry organisations who make use of our facilities. Our aim is to facilitate the centre being an industry ‘resource hub’, working towards our mission of up-skilling and driving advancement for the future of the construction industry. Our team are equipped to deal quickly and flexibly with any issues and opportunities that arise, and we are always here to help.

 

 


Phil Diver, JP (Qual) - Chief Executive Officer & Company Secretary

phil.diver@ctc.qld.edu.au

Heading up the CTC team is Chief Executive Officer, Phil Diver. Back in 2006, Phil was asked to bring his extensive management experience to fulfil the founders' vision of a relevant, sustainable and fully occupied training hub that The Construction Training Centre is today.

A person of vision, Phil has spear-headed initiatives such as the living laboratory concept and Hot Leasing and is committed to developing a business model that continues to deliver value to industry. He is particularly passionate about the new business philosophy of collaborative consumption, corporate social responsibility and eastern philosophy in western business practice.

Interested in rugby, movies and music he winds down cutting glass and lead lighting as part of the Queensland Creative Glass Guild.


Carolyn Mather - Finance & Risk Manager

carolyn.mather@ctc.qld.edu.au

Carolyn oversees all accounting functions at CTC including financial analysis and reporting to the Board of Directors; statutory reporting and compliance, as well as managing IT and insurance requirements. She has a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting & Business Management and has completed her CPA.

Carolyn has extensive financial experience in commercial environments. Prior to joining CTC she was the Financial Controller of a commercial boat building company, Aluminium Boats Australia, and was the Accountant of AMX Australia (where she implemented a new reporting system and provided financial guidance to the General Manager and Management team).

Carolyn enjoys travelling, crime (fiction and TV series), silk screen painting and Zumba.


Pam Anderson, C.Dec - Quality & Communications Manager

pam.anderson@ctc.qld.edu.au

Pam has held various roles since commencing in 2005, but currently looks after quality and communications for CTC. She came to the organisation with more than 20 years' experience in the vocational education and training sector. In the early days, she managed CTC's labour market programs before implementing a triple certified management system in 2012.

While she still oversees CTC's quality, safety and environmental management system to comply with ISO standards, these days she spends most of her time ensuring CTC communicates effectively with customers, stakeholders, tenants and the general public. Seeing the importance of worker health and well-being, she has implemented and promotes a precinct-wide program called "Healthy Inside & Out" .

Pam likes to keep fit by participating in group fitness sessions and loves her early morning walks along the Brisbane River. She enjoys learning new things and studied Italian for three years. Seeking a new challenge, she recently commenced studies in Interior Design.


Kellie Dyer - Research, Engagement & Development Manager

kellie.dyer@ctc.qld.edu.au

Kellie joined the team in July 2016 to lead CTC's research, engagement and development activities.

Kellie has worked in research-based organisations since July 2011 and prior to that held various roles in the rail industry in the field of business management, marketing and communications.

She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a Bachelor of Business (majoring in Marketing) and holds an MBA majoring in technology management. She is an active member on three boards in the areas of research and financial services.

In her spare time, Kellie enjoys travel, music and keeping fit. You'll find her along the Brisbane River twice a day walking her little dog Brooklyn.


Odette Isaac - Quality & Communications Officer (On Leave)

odette.andrew@ctc.qld.edu.au

Odette is the friendly face that greets our visitors and welcomes them to the centre, as well as providing invaluable support to Phil and the rest of the team. She holds a Certificate III in Children's Services, and has just completed a Certificate IV in Business.

Odette is an elite basketball player having played for the past 15 years at various levels. Currently she is a member of the Southern District Spartans, a team that competes in the South East Australian Basketball League, a competition that plays most of its games in Melbourne. For five years she competed at the national level as a power forward with the Logan Thunder, a team in the Women's National Basketball League.

She's a Brisbane girl, but enjoyed living in Melbourne for 5 years where she worked as a Childcare Assistant - a job she loved. She's not exactly a new-comer to business administration and customer service having previously worked with a leading construction company in its worker on-boarding section - a role she held for nearly 12 months.


Britney Isaac - Acting Quality & Communications Officer

britney.isaac@ctc.qld.edu.au

Britney is the face of CTC while Odette is on maternity leave.

As well as looking after the needs of our customers, Britney supports CEO Phil Diver and fulfills the role of Quality Officer making sure our documentation is in order and reporting is done in accordance with our Integrated Management System requirements. She works closely with Facility Manager Kris on our safety, emergency preparedness and environmental processes.

Britney is very family-oriented and loves hanging out with her brothers and watching them play basketball. She played basketball herself but now prefers social netball to satisfy her competitive spirit!


Lynn Starkey-Neate, Bookkeeper

lynn.starkey-neate@ctc.qld.edu.au

Lynn joined CTC in February 2014 and supports the Finance & Risk Manager with administrative and accounting functions such as processing of debtors and creditors, bank reconciliations, payroll and HR functions. She also handles customer enquiries and manages our room/equipment booking system.

Lynn spent most of her adult life in Cairns before moving to Canberra where she was deeply involved in community projects with Rotary. She has been District Governor for Rotary International.

Among her many talents, Lynn is a published author – part one of her e-book “Circle of Lunar – ancient lies” is available on Amazon and other sites. She has travelled extensively around the world and her other interests include genealogy and canvas art.


Andrew Scott, Maintenance Supervisor

andrew.scott@ctc.qld.edu.au

Andrew is a qualified Carpenter and looks after the general maintenance on site. Prior to the maintenance role, Andrew coordinated CTC’s youth program known as “Skillbuild” where he trained and mentored young people who had disengaged early from school.

Andrew worked as a Carpenter for 14 years before moving into training, and then the property maintenance role. He holds Certificate IV qualifications in Training & Assessment and Workplace Health & Safety as well as a Diploma in Building.

In his spare time, Andrew coaches his son's touch football team and loves to go fishing with his dad. With five children, four of whom are primary school-aged, Andrew is kept busy with school activities such as fundraising, working bees and helping out in the classroom.


Moses Rajab

Moses is responsible for maintaining the grounds at CTC in such pristine condition. Prior to joining our maintenance team, Moses was a participant on one of CTC’s Labour Market programs. He holds licences in Safe Work at Heights and Asbestos Removal and a Certificate I in General Construction.
Originally from Southern Sudan, now independent South Sudan, Moses keeps a watchful eye on African politics and current affairs especially as he still has family back in South Sudan. With a family of five children including newly arrived Ramzi, Moses is busy with parenting duties when not working at CTC or providing additional home handyman services in his local community.