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Parker Brent - Training for Building and Construction - RTO#21794
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Parker Brent student, Ashley gives an insight on how the CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) course has benefited him.

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Graduation Night for our Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) students.

https://youtu.be/pCLU3RlcX70
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Former Parker Brent Student and Builder, Chris Hunger explains his 4 principles of 'How To Start A Construction Company'.

https://youtu.be/q1XtgSr-YA4
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Past Parker Brent Student and Builder, Chris Hunger shares his experience with Diploma Graduates about how Parker Brent has helped him start his construction company - Gentrify.
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Our trainers are experienced professionals who have been involved in and managed a range of building projects. They have all experienced success in Building and Construction and continue to do so. They are driven by the passion to share what they have learnt and experienced within their building projects, and apply it to an industry that plays a significant role in Australia’s economy.

https://www.parkerbrent.com.au/blog/parker-brent-trainers/
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August is Tradies National Health Month, and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is raising awareness of the risks posed to those who work in trade occupations. Tradies National Health Month helps raise awareness of the health and injury risks affecting those who work in trade occupations – among tradies themselves, their families, employers and the wider community.

Australia’s trade industry continues to have among the highest health and safety issues of any sector.

So to help out Tradies, physiotherapists are calling on tradies to take care of their most valuable asset – their health. It comes as Aussie tradies continue to have some of the poorest health and injury outcomes compared to other workers.

According to the latest Safe Work Australia statistics*, tradies make up less than one third (30 per cent) of the Australian workforce yet account for almost three in five (58 per cent) serious workplace injuries.

The APA campaign aims to engage and empower tradies to maintain their health and wellbeing, and seek preventive treatment before small ‘niggles’ become more serious chronic injuries.

Most tradies assume a few aches and pains are part and parcel of their demanding physical work, but few seek regular preventive health checks which can significantly reduce common musculoskeletal conditions, including muscle/tendon injuries, knee, shoulder and back pain.

So if you’re feeling in need of a check up, find a physio near you now!

For more information about how physiotherapy can help keep tradies in top condition visit www.choose.physio/fortradies

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August is Tradies National Health Month, and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is raising awareness of the risks posed to those who work in trade occupations. Tradies National Health Month helps raise awareness of the health and injury risks affecting those who work in trade occupations – among tradies themselves, their families, employers and the wider community.

Australia’s trade industry continues to have among the highest health and safety issues of any sector.

So to help out Tradies, physiotherapists are calling on tradies to take care of their most valuable asset – their health. It comes as Aussie tradies continue to have some of the poorest health and injury outcomes compared to other workers.
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August is Tradies National Health Month, and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is raising awareness of the risks posed to those who work in trade occupations. Tradies National Health Month helps raise awareness of the health and injury risks affecting those who work in trade occupations – among tradies themselves, their families, employers and the wider community.
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The Andrews Labor Government’s strong infrastructure pipeline is driving a building boom, with construction work completed in Victoria growing by a massive 18.6 per cent over the year while the national total fell.

Australian Bureau of Statistics data released confirms construction work undertaken in Victoria is up by $2.18 billion over the year, the highest dollar-value growth of all the states.
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The Andrews Labor Government’s strong infrastructure pipeline is driving a building boom, with construction work completed in Victoria growing by a massive 18.6 per cent over the year while the national total fell.

Australian Bureau of Statistics data released confirms construction work undertaken in Victoria is up by $2.18 billion over the year, the highest dollar-value growth of all the states.
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