MASTER Builders Tasmania’s State Apprentice Of The Year Melanie Ransley could be named Australia’s apprentice of the year on Saturday.
It’s been a busy time on the advocacy front with Master Builders Tasmania leading the industry’s influencing and reply to the State Budget, partnering with a new program to get more women into male-dominated industries, and continuing the effort to extend HomeBuilder.
MASTER Builders Tasmania’s call for an extension of the HomeBuilder grant is being discussed at the highest levels in Canberra, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says.
HERE’S everything you need to link to Friday’s Master Builders Awards for Excellence, on YouTube 4-5pm.
Master Builders Tasmania applauds Labor’s focus on building and construction in its Budget
reply today, recognising our industry as the recovery’s economic accelerator and jobs generator.
WHAT women need to succeed at work is “a good wife” says Penelope Haley, builder and boss of Tasmania’s Valley Workshop.
PREMIER Peter Gutwein is committed to building our way out of this economic crisis, and Tasmania’s State Budget makes good on that pledge with construction put at the centre of our recovery strategy.
The contracted position is to facilitate training and assessing duties to the students of Certificate IV in Building & Construction course conducted in our Devonport office.
TASMANIA is poised to be plunged back into debt and deficit for the foreseeable future as the State Liberal Government works to rebuild
the economy after the unprecedented shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tasmanian Business Reporter reports.
MASTER Builders Tasmania leads industry calls for HomeBuilder 2.0 as “unrealistic” timeframes and a potential tradie shortage builds HomeBuilder 1.0 bottlenecks, The Mercury reports.
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