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The building and construction industry in Tasmania is busier than ever!

It’s going to be an intense decade for our industry. But this period of growth presents exciting opportunities for individuals, businesses, and local communities.

Working in the building and construction industry will reward you in ways you never imagined.

As an apprentice you’ll earn as you learn, and our industry offers some of the highest average wages for qualified tradespeople.

Like to be your own boss? This industry is for you! In Tasmania, approximately 75% of businesses in building and construction are ‘microbusinesses’ – sole traders or businesses with fewer than five employees. People with a strong work ethic and a desire to succeed are always welcome.

Already experienced and looking for a career change? Look no further! Building and construction offers many professional opportunities for those with transferrable skills. Project managers, site managers, contract administrators, estimators, designers, architects, engineers, land and building surveyors, HR managers, accountants… we need them all.

Want a satisfying career that builds community and creates a sustainable future? Building and construction is moving to the next level, with new technologies, materials and approaches shaping an exciting future for the industry. Be rewarded with interesting work at the forefront of new technology, and you’ll be proud knowing you’ve contributed to building a more sustainable Tasmania.

Keystone Tasmania
Keystone Tasmania is the peak organisation facilitating building and construction industry workforce development in Tasmania.
We acknowledge the palawa people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we learn and work. We honour their enduring culture and knowledges as vital to the self-determination, wellbeing and resilience of their communities.

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