Good news for both employers and job seekers 21 to 24 years. ABBTF is introducing a new incentive to support bricklayer employers signing on an apprentice bricklayer aged between 21 and 24. The support provides $2,000 to be paid to the employer on the completion of first year. This payment is in addition to the ABBTF Brickstart subsidy of $3,000, the Federal Government’s support of $4,000 and support from Construction Industry Training Funds in some States.Read more >>
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Following on from the success of the first Pre-Trade bricklaying course at the beginning of this year, ABBTF’s Queensland office has just finished its second, this time on Brisbane’s north side at Brendale.Read more >>
John White has been appointed NSW Manager for ABBTF following the departure of David Gill to head up Bricklayer Training Australia.
We all love to test our skills with footy tipping so ABBTF has decided it’s time to have our own industry tipping competition for NRL and AFL. We’ve just announced the Brickies Footy Tipping Comp via email overnight and already over 200 forms have been completed to register for the game. (Do we have your […]Read more >>
There is currently a very high demand for skilled bricklayers in WA, especially in the residential construction sector, coupled with a serious shortage of skilled labour and apprentices.Read more >>