New HRWL & Civil Training Facility
Where the Gold Coast meets Brisbane
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Written by Jimmi Nolan
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New High Risk Work Licence & Civil Training Facility
- We’ve gone bigger and better – 6000m2 better in fact
- Ample space for new machinery and classrooms
- More centrally located to serve SE QLD
- Improvement to learning delivery
- GC site will remain operational but scaled down
- Additional education zoned space for growth or partnerships
Bigger and Better – On the Job Training 2.0
We’re thrilled to announce that we are opening ‘On the Job Training 2.0’, a bigger and better site for all high risk work and civil licence training in Stapylton (just off the M1), 20 mins north of our southern site at Helensvale.
This site is effectively double the size at 6000+ m², to allow for our expansion of course offerings of earth moving and civil tickets. There will also be 1500m² available for future opportunities or partnerships, zoned by the GCCC for educational use.
Why is the new location going to be the ideal choice for high risk work and civil licence training?
Namely, with our new scope of course offerings, increase of student placements, undercover training facility and new machinery; we simply need more room!
Secondly, we want to be able to better serve all our customers, many of whom come from Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast or the Darling Downs.
Thirdly, our current facility is restricting our opportunity for growth. With the help of our current clientele, we will be unshackled from the ties of landlords. In this location, we are able to plan long term and continue to invest in meeting our business goal of being the most educational, enjoyable and talked about place to hang out and up-skill.
What will happen to the Helensvale HRWL training site?
For now, we will continue operating as we are. However, the plan will be to switch our Stapylton location to our main operating site while scaling down Helensvale. We plan to always have a more southern Gold Coast base for our most popular courses though. We’ll also still train ‘on the job’ at customer sites too.
Got any questions or comments for us?
By all means simply drop us an enquiry form or comment below and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. Or give us a call at any time!
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