• Employment Kit

    The building and construction industry is the largest employer of trades apprentices in the Australian economy.  With over 50,000 apprentices and a total workforce of more than one million people there are always opportunities to start a career in one of the construction trades.

    If you enjoy physical outdoor work in a team environment, and do not mind the early starts and sometimes challenging working conditions, then a construction apprenticeship may be for you.  The construction workforce is increasingly diverse, and women, Indigenous Australians and people from a non-English speaking background are particularly encouraged to consider a career in the building and construction industry.

    In addition, for Indigenous Australians just beginning their careers, or developing new skills to change jobs, the building and construction industry offers entry points for:

    • school leavers
    • apprentices
    • trainees
    • cadets
    • graduates 

    Below are nine (9) PDF Download factsheets that will provide guidance and relevant information for Aboriginal participants pursuing employment in the building and construction industry. 

     What You Need To Know About Your Rights (PDF 1M)
     Starting A New Job (PDF 1M)
     Employment Checklist (PDF 1M)
     Trial Work (PDF 1M)
     Minimum Wages (PDF 1M)
     Illegal Pay Deductions  (PDF 1M)
     Payslips (PDF 1M)
     Taking Leave (PDF 1M)
     Leaving Your Job (PDF 1M)

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