Now is the time to increase your managerial skills in the construction sector with employment in the Construction industry is projected to grow by 9% between 2020-2024 and has highlighted skills shortages in the occupations of Building including the management areas of Site Supervisor and Construction Project Manager (Australian Industry and Skills Committee 2021).
To get a trade contractor or nominee supervisor licence you must complete an approved managerial qualification, BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures.
This article highlights information new online course BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures, what's involved and what makes the Ammonite resources stand out.
This online course is ideal for people who are applying to be registered as a licensed subcontractor with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), for an electrical contractor’s license from the Electrical Safety Office (ESO), or people seeking to become a Qualified Business Person (QBP).
- The course is delivered completely online with rich multimedia resources, you can sign up at any time and go at your own pace
- The duration of the course is 40 nominal hours
- The course draws on your experiences with practical assessments based on your work
Course materials, assessment and resource tools that apply work from the job
Ammonite have developed a number of practical real world assessments and useful resource tools for tradies.
One of the real world assessments in BSBESB402 has students developing their own Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) or Job Safety Analysis (JSA). The team at Ammonite have developed a free SWMS & JSA generator for tradies and students to make the process smoother and to ensure a professional document each time.
Another practical assessment in the course based around creating contracts and a new free resource, the Contract Creator that quickly and professionally puts together a contract for you.
For the practical assessments students can use an example from their own work or draw on the scenario created by Ammonite.
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Australian Industry and Skills Committee. (2021). Construction. https://nationalindustryinsights.aisc.net.au/industries/construction