July 24, 2019
hire an apprentice to shape the future of building


Every year more than 38,000 homes are built in NSW, and by 2050, that number will still be increasing. To facilitate this growth, we need qualified carpenters who are skilled to manage the increased need for domestic residential housing. 

Building future residential cities and regions is more than creating houses. We live in an age of increasing demand for housing, and with more than half the world’s population living in cities, we need to prepare ourselves for tomorrow’s building landscape by thinking about the bigger picture. CWBTS helps prepare aspiring carpenters to make a profound impact on the building and construction environment for the coming generations. Our accredited carpentry program connects you with industry mentors to gain professional skills to construct and repair quality domestic building frameworks and structures. 

You can read more about CWBTS’s Carpentry Apprenticeship programs on our website

Hiring an apprentice is a cost-effective way of growing your team and arming them with the skills to help your business thrive. With an apprentice, you are able to train them your way, and ensure your business specific needs are met while also increasing your businesses efficiency and productivity. 

CWBTS will help you with the whole process; from hiring a suitable apprentice to suit your requirements, to accessing the wage assistance and federal funding to subsidies the cost of training (available to eligible Australian employers).

We work in partnership with Apprenticeship Centres and Group Training Organisations (GTO’s) to make this process as simple and easy for you as possible. GTO’s help facilitate structured workplace learning and apprenticeship placements for our students. They provide guidance, mentoring, support and industry relations support, so that you are in contact with the right people to give you the right support, right from the word go. 

Want to know more? Contact our team here. or give them a call on 1300 4 CWBTS.

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