Per the AI Group Economics Research, 2015, Construction is Australia’s third largest industry, behind only mining and finance, and produces 8% of the country’s GDP, in terms of value addition.
Building and construction is one of the most important industries in a nation that is expanding. With new people coming in and present population increasing, there is always need and scope for more space and infrastructure – and this not only includes buildings, but also other infrastructure like roads, railways, towers, etc.
In fact, Construction & Building is defined by Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) as the industry involved in the deconstructing, constructing, renovating, reconstructing, alternating, relocating, demolishing, maintaining or repairing any of the following: roads, buildings, railways, pools, storage or supply of water, telecommunications, cooling towers, earthworks, etc.
As there is such a great demand and scope of people in this industry, students learning the core of it can have a promising future.
Here is a brief of Building & Construction courses offered in Australia.
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