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Upskill, re-skill, or learn new skills with these sub-skills — all thanks to Construction Skills Queensland and TAFE Queensland’s Short Courses Program.

Short courses? What are they good for? Virtually anything — say it again. The best thing about most of these short courses is that you can get in, do it, learn something, and get out — likity-split.

The Construction Skills Queensland Short Courses Program delivered by TAFE Queensland provides funding for a range of competencies and skill sets for existing workers in the Civil Construction and Building and Construction industries wanting to update their skills and knowledge in specific areas.

So what’s on offer exactly? So many to choose from (full list available from our website), but here are some of our favourites.

For the business owners looking to sharpen up their business acumen:

For the plumbers:

  • Butt weld polyethylene plastic pipelines (PMBWELD301)
  • Electrofusion weld polyethylene pipelines (PMBWELD302)

For the electricians:

  • Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems (UEENEEK125A)
  • Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems (UEENEEK135A)

For the builders:

  • Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for medium rise building projects (CPCCBC5001B)

For the civil contractors:

Available over almost all of Queensland.


TAFE Queensland is a proud recipient of CSQ funding for a range of courses under four programs – CSQ Short Courses, CSQ Trade Start, CSQ Skills and Assessment Gap Training and Higher Level Skills programs.

Check out the available courses online. But hurry, this funding round finishes on 30 September 2018.

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