The National Construction Apprenticeship Mentoring Scheme (CAMS) is a major new initiative of Master Builders Australia to improve apprenticeship completions and enhance career opportunities in the building and construction industry.
About Master Builders Tasmania
Since being established in 1891 Master Builders Tasmania (MBT), has been active in seeking to improve the conditions under which the building industry operates. It's a non-political and not-for-profit making organisation set up to safeguard and promote the interests of its members in their business of building and construction contracting, to assist them in the execution of their work and to encourage and promote a high standard of workmanship and integrity in the building industry.
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Master Builders Tasmania questions motives of union movement at a Hobart building site
Industrial Relations and Legal
From 1 July 2009, the Fair Work Act 2009 (FW Act) will replace the Workplace Relations Act 1996 (WR Act).
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Assistance with Compliance - Templates for MBT Members - View MBT 2014 Training Calendar