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Graduate, Traineeship & Apprenticeship Programs

In support of CMCs’ work environment, we work with our employees to assess and challenge their development needs to achieve their commitment and ignite their enthusiasm, connecting them with a variety of employment programs targeted at improving individual and team capability.

Our programs include a range of formal and informal training and development opportunities. Specific formal employment programs including traineeships and apprenticeships that support diversity and deliver relevant competencies within our workforce are regularly implemented. While less formal and staged programs like our graduate program provides both mentored and monitored outcomes involving both on the job and inhouse training delivery.

Graduate Program

Graduate Program

Our graduate program is underpinned by the CMC Engineering Competency Matrix and is structured to provide participants with exposure to a well-rounded experience over a two-year period including time spent in:

  • Project Site Work
  • Pre-contracts
  • Finance and Commercial
  • Project Management
  • HSQ&E
  • Employee Relations and Community Management

CMC’s Civil Engineering Graduate Development Program is linked to Engineers Australia’s Professional Development Pathway.

Our graduate program combines practical experience, technical learning and professional development offering participants the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally.

Traineeships & Apprenticeships

Traineeships & Apprenticeships

CMC is committed to creating new employment and training opportunities and improving the skills for apprentices and trainees within the construction industry. Additionally, CMC is committed to training and upskilling its’ existing workforce to ultimately improve the skills base of its employees and the wider construction industry.

The Certificate III in Civil Construction is a key focus area of development supporting the everyday work performed across the business and providing participants a nationally recognised qualification.  Supported by industry experienced supervisors to coach and guide them and practical application opportunities on the job, employees are set up for success.

Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander Peoples

Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander Peoples

Giving back to the community has always been an important focus for CMC. The company has, for many years, played an active role in supporting and enriching the social and cultural fabric of the regions in which it operates.

CMC looks for appropriate project opportunities to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in gaining meaningful employment. As project opportunities arise, we will often partner with an experienced local employment service in order to develop and implement targeted programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, particularly those with strong local community relationships and strong professional standing. These programs have been aimed at providing real opportunities and support to local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to offer coaching in how to be job ready and capable of contributing as productive employees in a civil construction work environment.

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CSQ Awards - Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre - Brisbane - Queensland - Australia - 2015

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