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Advanced Construction Manpower Training Scheme - Pilot Scheme (SOJ)

Advanced Construction Manpower Training Scheme - Pilot Scheme (Structured On-the-job)

To alleviate manpower shortage in construction industry, with the support of Development Bureau, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) launches the "Advanced Construction Manpower Training Scheme - Pilot Scheme (Structured On-the-job)" to train up semi-skilled workers to become skilled workers.

This scheme is open for application by employers. Prior to joining the scheme, employers are required to hire the semi-skilled workers they intend to upskill. The employers, main contractors, sub-contractors, trade associations and the members(employers) of trade unions who are interested in the Scheme need to submit an application form and other relevant documents. After the approval of the application, the employer will receive a written notice from the CIC. The training periods are set from 1 to 2 years depending on individual trades.

There are 25 trades in this Pilot Scheme
1. Bamboo Scaffolder
2. Bar Bender and Fixer
3. Bricklayer
4. Carpenter (Formwork - Building / Civil Construction)
5. Concretor
6. Construction Plant Mechanic
7. Drainlayer
8. Electrical Wireman
9. Fire Service Electrical Fitter
10. Fire Service Mechanical Fitter
11. General Welder
12. Ground Investigation Operator
13. Joiner
14. Leveller
15. Marble Worker (Polishing / Fixing)
16. Metal Scaffolder
17. Metal Worker
18. Painter and Decorator
19. Plasterer
20. Plumber
21. Refrigeration / Air-conditioning / Ventilation Mechanic (Air System)
22. Rigger / Metal Formwork Erector
23. Tiler
24. Tower Crane Erection & Dismantling Workers' Assistant
25. Tunnel Worker

Enquiries: 2100 9000

Application Form (With effect from 31/12/2022, this scheme will be closed for new application. Applications submitted and projects approved before the deadline will not be affected)

Framework Document (Applicable for application starting from 1st July 2020 & New arrangement for trainers approved after 16 October 2020)

Scheme Information

Last Updated: 2022-10-25 09:34:43