Stramit is proud to support the launch of the new ShedSafe shed builder training course, which aims to improve safety and build capacity within the booming shed industry. It heralds an exciting and recognised career pathway for new and existing shed builders.
It comes at a critical time as demand for commercial and home improvement projects continues to grow.
“We need more highly trained professionals to support the shed industry. The ShedSafe training program is comprehensive. It covers all aspects of shed building, from planning, measuring and interpreting plans to construction, customer service, safety and financial management. It’s the complete training package. It offers builders and customers complete peace of mind,” – said Tony Jankulovski, General Manager, Sales at Stramit.
Developed in conjunction with the Australian Steel Institute (ASI) and Masters in Building Training (MIBT), the 18-unit, online, self-paced course complements the practical onsite experience.
It covers all aspects of building safe and compliant prefabricated metal-framed homes and structures, including sheds, garages, decks, patios and carports. On completion of the course, shed builders gain accredited skills and a recognised qualification.
The course is open to shed builders in NSW with plans for rollout to shed builders in Queensland and other Australian states and territories over time.
It suits those considering:
a career in shed building
the development of new or existing staff
a new service offering
a recognised qualification
Experienced shed builders can apply for recognition of prior learning to accelerate their qualification.
If you want to learn more about the ShedSafe Shed Builder training course, visit shedsafe.com.au.