Courses include: Cabinet-making; bricklaying; air conditioning; automotive; locksmithing; painting and decorating; plastering; wall and ceiling lining; wall and floor tiling; welding; fitting; stonemasonry; glazing
Study at Silver Trowel Trade Training in Western Australia
The Certificate III in Bricklaying/Block laying is an Australian trade level that is recognised worldwide. Completing the bricklaying course at Silver Trowel Trade Training will leave you with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to work on a building site in the areas of bricklaying and block laying, anywhere in the world.
Australia’s Skilled Occupation List will soon be updated to include opportunities for trained chefs, bricklayers, floor and wall tilers to apply for visas without employer sponsorship.
The change is due to a shortage of these skilled workers in the areas of hospitality and construction. Both industries are projected to experience strong growth in the near future.
Australia’s largest state has currently also got the country’s strongest economy. The recent mining boom has brought significant amounts of economic growth and people into the state, which in turn will encourage further investment in the future. When it comes to college study this is great news - vocational courses benefit from close association with industry, so you will benefit increased opportunities to gain work experience in your area of study.
Buildings are everywhere. Every building, whether it’s a house, shopping centre or a park shed, needs a skilled carpenter to help construct it and make sure it stands the test of time.
The building industry is constantly growing, so to meet the needs of this rapidly expanding sector, there is constant demand for qualified carpenters with real skills and experience.
Jonale, 34, is from the Phillipines and is studying the Certificate III in Locksmithing
I was born in the Philippines. I served in the Philippine army for eleven years before I come to Australia. Melbourne is the best place for study.
I really enjoy it here!!! I am a friendly person and open minded I love singing, fishing, playing tennis.
What influenced you to study locksmithing at NMIT?
My brother in- law, who is living in Melbourne, encouraged me to do Locksmithing.
Studied Certificate III Locksmithing at NMIT.
Reagan Ng's family has a history of locksmithing, so it was natural for him to want to enter the field too. Reagan says NMIT's Certificate III in Locksmithing is giving him a good overview of the industry and the skills he needs for his part-time work at Amalgamated Locksmiths.
Both Reagan Ng's father and grandfather were locksmiths, but it is not just family tradition that has brought Reagan to the career.