Since its establishment, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) has been providing a wide range of training programmes for different trades for those who wish to be trained professionally and then to work in the construction industry. CIC has initiated five cooperative training schemes between year 2011 and 2014 to collaboratively train up semi-skilled workers with the industry. Under these schemes, trainees are recruited on a first-hire-then-train basis and primarily trained on-site. In support of the schemes, the CIC provides subsidy to employers and trainees.
In order to optimise the current collaborative training schemes, the CIC implements the "Construction Tradesman Collaborative Training Scheme" (CTS). The scheme aims at integrating the current five cooperative training schemes, also focusing on trades with severe labour shortage and simplifying the application procedure.
Employers who interest in the Scheme will first submit a CTS application form indicating their proposal, upon approval by the CIC, the employer can then recruit suitable trainees and provide training to the trainees under CIC’s supervision. Duration of training is fixed at 75 days or 150 days, subject to different trades.
Enquiry: 2100 9245 / 2100 9246
Scheme information (Will be available soon)