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New team enrolls in nationally-recognised civil construction certificate course.
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January 29, 2021
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Another year of learnings and upgrading of skills gets under way at Roadside with a new crew signing up for the Certificate III in Civil Construction.

Alex Neilson, Nick Bark, Andy Gard and Damon Mueller are the new employees to sign up to undertake formal training and class work to complete their Certificate III.

Meanwhile last year’s graduates of the Certificate III course Daniel Kennett and Dale Robertson have enrolled in the Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervisor Course.

All staff members are supported by Civil Construction Manager Glenn McAsey.

These nationally-recognised qualifications will add to the team’s on-the-job training skills and bolster their professional status.  

Dale Robertson and Daniel Kennett will be the first staff members to enrol in the Certificate IV course, while the new team of students in the Certificate III course will be the second group of employees to enrol in the RII30915 Certificate III in Civil Construction facilitated by the National Skills Institute supported by MEGT in Ringwood.

The first group of students took only two years to complete the three-year course.

Roadside Services Managing Director Craig Woods says the certificate course is an excellent way for the team to have their extensive skills and experience they apply in their everyday roles formally recognized with their qualifications.

“We always implement best practice and standards, and this course has formalised the team’s expertise with a certificate qualification.”

The completion of the Certificate III in Civil Construction will benefit the Roadside team in skilling them to provide a higher quality service through their newly acquired qualifications along with the strengthened relationship among team members and their bosses.

“Achieving best practice and working to the highest standards are the two principles embedded within our operation for sign, barrier, guard rail and bollard installations as well as road reconstruction, kerb preparation, footpath construction and drainage installation,” Craig Woods says.

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