Civil Construction

Civil construction workers are everywhere. They are employed by contractors on major residential subdivision projects, from initial works to final streetscape beautification and maintenance; major road works including freeways; bridges; airports; and railway works and by local Governments to repair and maintain vital infrastructure.

A civil construction worker is typically involved in all facets or general civil construction works, including manual excavation, concreting, laying pipes, pavement repair, grade checking and simple levelling, site drainage and traffic control.

Suggested pathway into civil construction:
  • Schools2Skills Certificate II in Civil Construction

Qualifications

On the job training
Accredited Certificate
Licence
Traineeship
Apprenticeship/Trade Certificate
Diploma/Advanced Diploma
Tertiary Degree

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