The CIC provides training subsidies for collaborative partners, as well as trainee allowances and bonuses for people aspiring to develop their career in the construction sector.
As commissioned by the Government, the CIC administers the “Urban Forestry Support Fund – Trainee Programme” to train arborists and tree climbers.
This scheme follows "first-hire-then-train" approach. Trainees are first employed by the employer, then they will receive an initial training provided by the CIC.
This is a "First-hire-then-train" scheme. An applicant is employed by contractor or subcontractor and then received the on-site training which is provided by the employer. Eligible persons can be given training subsidy and go through assessment for skill level.
This scheme aims at training up Intermediate Tradesmen to become Senior Tradesmen.
This scheme aims at training up Intermediate Tradesmen to become Senior Tradesmen. It is open for application by eligible Intermediate Tradesmen who should apply at the trade unions offering the courses under this Scheme. Courses are tuition-free.
Last Updated: 2020-10-08 09:11:53