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What we do

At CITC we aim to provide industry with the tools and information to ensure the highest levels of training and assessment resources are developed and delivered. We provide quality advice and assistance in policy planning and delivery, resource allocation and other relevant issues for the building and construction industry.

We are a member of several industry committees and undertake a range of projects.

Asbestos Awareness and Training Courses

The Asbestos Awaress course is a nationally accredited program that provides participants with the knowledge and skills to identify and report on a wide range of asbestos materials.

We are also developing the 2014 National Training Plan on behalf of the ACT Training Fund Authority, 

OH&S and High Risk Licensing

We work closely with the Office of Regulatory Services (ORS) and WorkSafe ACT to oversee and advise on all aspects of training and assessment for high risk licensing.

Training Audits

We audit and monitor more than 20 training courses in four organisations for the Training Fund Authority. We also provide audit services for the ACT Industrial Relations & Employment Certificate (IRE).

Industry Committee Representation

We work with and support our industry RTOs and GTOs in the development, accreditation and delivery of training programs to our industry. CITC is represented by its Executive Director, Vince Ball, on the following committees:

  • CIT Vocational College Advisory Committee
  • ACT Building & Construction Industry Association
  • ACT Building Licence Committee

Graduating Apprentice and Industry Encouragement Awards

These awards are held annually and present graduating apprentices with awards in several categories. The event is sponsored and supported by key industry partners.

TFA Training Plan survey

The aim of the Training Plan is to provide a policy framework for workers to access funding for training in a wide range of occupations in the building and construction industry. The survey has been compiled by TFA with support from the CITC and the Electrotechnology Energy Advisory Board (EE AB) and is now online.

Your input and support is valuable and we invite you to contribute to the development of this plan by taking a quick 5 minute survey. If you need help with the survey or would like to discuss your feedback in person, please contact Vince Ball.

Take the 2017 TFA SURVEY