We deliver a range of training courses for people just starting their career in construction as well as those who have some experience to build on.


Hutchies Training provides real-world, hands-on training for the construction industry. We deliver accredited courses, where our students learn on live job sites, working with the latest construction techniques, equipment and policies.


Get the right skills and knowledge to prepare yourself for your first job in construction through a Certificate I in Construction.

Ready 4 Construction

Ready 4 Construction

Ideal for school students to develop basic skills and knowledge for a career in the construction industry.

Trade Ready

Trade Ready

Build on the knowledge from your Certificate I in Construction.


Completing an apprenticeship gives you a nationally recognised qualification that can take you anywhere.

Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30220)

Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30220)

Our apprentices graduate as well-rounded trades men and women with the skills and knowledge to work in domestic and commercial settings.

Certificate III in Carpentry (CPCC30211)

Certificate III in Carpentry (CPCC30211)

This apprenticeship has been updated with CPC30220 but is still offered to existing participants.

#Short Courses

We offer accredited training in a range of construction and skills qualifications.

Elevated Work Platforms (EWP)

Elevated Work Platforms (EWP)

Develop your skills in the preparation to operate elevated work platforms.

Work Safely at Heights

Work Safely at Heights

Know how to make informed decisions and correct choices of fall preventative control measures on site.


There are more than 70 different careers available in the construction industry. You can access them all through Hutchies.


Bricklayers use materials such as clay bricks, concrete blocks, etc. to construct and repair brick structures.

Painter & Decorator

Painters and decorators are responsible for the painting and decoration of buildings.

Builder's Labourer

Labourers assist building and construction personnel by doing a range of practical and manual tasks.


Concreters place, spread, compact, finish and cure concrete for buildings, roads, etc.

Crane Operator

Crane operators control mobile or stationary cranes to lift, move and place objects around construction sites.

Landscape Designer

Landscape designers create attractive, functional outdoor spaces for homeowners and organisations.

Project Manager

Project managers are in charge of the overall planning and execution of a project.

Contract Administrator

Contract administrators are responsible for the administration and management of contracts.


Site foremen are responsible for construction works on site, as well as ensuring the health and safety of all workers on site.

Equipment Operator

Equipment operators are specially trained and licensed to work with heavy equipment at construction sites.


Riggers specialise in lifting and moving extremely large or heavy objects, often by using a crane, derrick or chain hoists.


Plumbers specialise in installing and maintaining systems used for potable water, sewage and drainage in plumbing systems.


Electricians specialise in the fitting and repairing of electrical wiring of buildings, transmission lines, etc.

Wall & Floor Tiler

Wall and floor tilers affix ceramic, slate, marble and glass tiles to walls and floors to provide both a decorative and protective layer / function.


Carpenters cut, shape and install the wooden aspect and materials of buildings, ships, concrete formwork, etc.

Health & Safety

Health and safety on a construction site is a main priority and involves several jobs, such as construction health and safety officer, etc.

Site Supervisor

Site supervisors assess and manage safety hazards in the workplace.


Scaffolders erect a temporary structure to support a work crew in the maintenance and repair of buildings.

Quantity Surveyor

Quantity surveyors are industry professionals with expert knowledge on construction costs and contracts.


Plasterers use plaster to form layers on things such as interior walls or decorative moldings.

Construction Worker

Construction workers are tradesmen, laborers or professionals employed in the construction of infrastructure.

Roof Tiler

Roof tilers create a waterproof barrier on the roof of buildings and structures. They may work with shingles, metal sheets, etc.


Welders are in charge of fixing structural repairs.


Renderers apply cement to brick or concrete walls to achieve a smooth or deliberately textured surface.

Traffic Controller

Traffic controllers direct vehicle and pedestrian traffic around a construction zone accident, etc. to ensure the safety of everyone in the area.


Administration refers to a group of individuals who are in charge of creating and enforcing rules and regulations, or those in leadership positions who complete important tasks.

Civil Construction

Civil construction is a branch of Civil Engineering involved with the maintenance, design and construction of both natural and physically built environments.


Architects are the people who plan, design and review the construction of buildings.

Construction Engineer

Construction engineering is a professional discipline that deals with the designing, planning, construction and management of infrastructures.