Queensland is seeing an increased investment in housing, with the state recording a considerable amount of interest in its built environment. For those seeking apprenticeship opportunities, the growing focus on construction could pave the way for a myriad of exciting positions.
The potential that this boom is offering for those working in the construction sector was highlighted by recent research from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The study found that Queep>Cairns based parliamentary secretary and senator for Queensland Jan McLucas said the initiative provided students with a range of career and study pathways.
“Taking part in the program also helps the students complete year 12 which has been identified as one of the key factors in closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage,” Ms Lucas added.