Industry Tradies & Small Businesses

Future of plumbing industry in safe hands with Ipswich Plumber

Ipswich resident Nathan Morgan is a construction trainer who leads by example. The teacher from Services Trades College Australia was…

16 December, 2015


Tiny House – Big Dreams

Lara Nobel is flying high after winning the 2015 CSQ Excellence Award for Construction Apprentice of the Year. She followed…

15 December, 2015

Industry Tradies & Small Businesses

Tammy provides spark in electrical industry

Wynnum mother Tammy Stanton is being recognised as a trailblazer in the electrical industry and is paving the way for…

14 December, 2015

Industry Tradies & Small Businesses

CSQ’s new research project explores the tradie of the future

CSQ has partnered with Australia’s scientific research agency CSIRO to undertake a detailed report on the technological changes underway in…

10 December, 2015


Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package Update

The following information is important for the Civil construction sector contractors and the associated RTOs delivering industry training: Provided by…

8 December, 2015

Industry School Students & Career Seekers

How to write a resume for the construction industry

Is your resume up to date? Do you even have a resume? These days’ jobs seekers are expected to provide…

4 December, 2015

Industry School Students & Career Seekers Tradies & Small Businesses

Tapping into a career in plumbing

At seventeen years old Chris Duff has his whole future ahead of him, and that future is plumbing. A student…

2 December, 2015


Is 2016 the year of the owner occupier?

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland) Research Foundation, proudly presented by CSQ, today previewed the findings of the third…

30 November, 2015


Top notch cabinet making skills on show

Three TAFE Queensland East Coast students took out honours at the WorldSkills regional competition held at TAFE East Coast on…

27 November, 2015


ConstructionQ Forum looks to the future

ConstructionQ Forum looks to the future “things will be very different in 20 years” How do we ensure a skilled…

26 November, 2015


Suicide is costing the Australian construction industry $1.57 billion dollars a year

MATES in Construction has released the Doran report which shows there are significant costs associated with suicide in the construction…

24 November, 2015


New industry plan for FNQ construction jobs and training

Following a major construction industry forum in Mount Isa in September, CSQ today launched the North West Strategy Construction Skilling…

20 November, 2015