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Koolat Safety has recently signed contracts with Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) and the Strategic Investment Fund (SIF through BERT) to secure partial funding for a wide range of Construction Industry short courses and Qualifications in Queensland.

A great opportunity is being presented by Koolat Safety for those looking to increase their qualifications. A selection of construction short courses are now available, partially funded up to 50%, courtesy of a partnership between Gold Coast based RTO, Koolat Safety and Construction Skills QLD and the Strategic Investment Fund.

What Construction Courses Will Be Partially Funded?

A number of courses will be availably to you partially funded, including:

  • Working Safely at Heights
  • Confined Spaces
  • Loadshifting
  • OHS Certificate 4
  • Many more…
Many of these courses are also relevant to many positions in the mining industry.

Eligible participants can access up to 50% funding for construction training provided by Koolat Safety.

Who is Eligible For These Positions?

The two funding organisations each have a different criteria for eligibility for partial course funding.

  • Construction Skills Queensland – This funding is only available for those who are already currently employed with in the construction industry.
  •  Strategic Investment Fund – This funding is available to both employed and unemployed workers.
Further eligibility requirements may apply for these programs.

For Further Information

The partnering arrangements Koolat Safety has in place with CSQ and BERT may substantially reduce the cost of training to both individuals and corporate clients. To determine which funding package is right for you, you should contact Koolat Safety on 1300 186 308 or info@koolatsafety.com.au for full details on the eligibility criteria of both.

Visit Koolat Safety’s website for more information.






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