Your Future

Our Construction Futures team and resources help you learn more about careers in construction and discover your ideal role, which includes the Construction Futures Centre. A fun-filled, interactive space for school-aged children and adults to explore the wide variety of building and construction career pathways.

UPCOMING OPEN DAYS

Sunday 28th November from 10am - 1pm
Learn about the many diverse career opportunities within Western Australia’s building and construction industry. We’ve taken virtual reality, augmented reality, videos, games and kinetic sand and designed specific hand-on interactive experiences to educate and inspire the next generation of construction workers.

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VISIT US

Our Construction Futures Centre is a fun-filled, interactive space for school-aged children and young adults to explore WA’s building and construction industry pathways. Come and visit us at 104 Belgravia Street, Belmont, WA. We take groups of up to 50 free of charge. Bookings are essential.

This excursion is suitable for anyone from primary school students to high school students, university students, community groups and beyond.

TEACHER RESOURCES

Our Construction Futures Centre teaching resources have been designed for a range of ages and stages to help teachers create a focused learning experience for students visiting the Futures Centre. Each learning activity is linked to the Western Australian Curriculum and work ready skills.

BE INSPIRED

Our Construction Futures Centre is inspiring the next generation of WA construction workers. It features hands-on displays, arcade-style games and virtual reality simulators. The centre is a valuable tool for educating young people, industry and the community about the variety of jobs in construction.

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Construction Training Fund acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land throughout Western Australia and pay our respect to the Elders both past and present. We thank them for their ongoing custodianship of the lands and waters, and celebrate their rich culture of art, song, dance, language, and stories.