For the second time in three competitions Coffs Harbour has taken out the coveted Golden Trowel Award. What’s the secret guys? Is it Paul Venn, a three-time winner who was trainer of the 2011 Coffs team of talented bricklayers Dwayne Potter and Ian Cutmore? Or is it something in the air at Coffs Harbour?
The team takes away the Golden Trowel trophy while TAFE Coffs Harbour again becomes the proud winner of the Challenge Shield. Read more >>
The Concrete Masonry Association of Australia (CMAA), Australia’s peak industry body for concrete masonry manufacturers, is excited to announce that the 2015 Golden Trowel Award will be held from 11 to 13 October this year at the Wollongong Campus of TAFE NSW – Illawarra Institute.
The event spreads over three days and is organised by the CMAA in cooperation with TAFE and the Australian Brick and Blocklaying Training Foundation (ABBTF). Held every second year, the Golden Trowel Award invites bricklaying apprentices from across Australia to participate in a three-day competition to recognise the skills of young talent in the brick and blocklaying trade. Read more >>
Apprentice blocklayers from around the country are in the final stages of their preparation to compete at the Golden Trowel competition event at Coffs Harbour TAFE September 1st to 3rd at the Bricklaying Section in Glenreagh Street. Read more >>
A recent snapshot of new blood entering the NSW bricklaying market with Apprenticeship qualifications reconfirms that NSW continues to provide a strong and talented workforce for the State’s building and construction industry. Read more >>