About safety leadership skills for site supervisor training
Training is delivered by Master Builders Victoria at their world-class Building Leadership Simulation Centre, which is the largest of only three immersive training centres in the world. It will put you in a virtual worksite as close to real situations as possible (including with actors) and challenge you to think on the spot through simulated worksite scenarios.
Duration: 1-day solar industry specific course.
When: Friday 23 February 2024, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
What: This simulated worksite training covers themes and topics relating to:
- apprenticeship supervision
- OHS requirements of site supervisors in the solar industry
- understanding leadership styles and preferences.
This training is like no other and suited to people who would like to learn more about the culture of safety and accountability, and the leadership skills needed to develop a team’s potential in keeping worksites and people safe. For more information, including learning outcomes, see Solar Victoria Safety Leadership.
Cost: Free for eligible participants.
Where: Master Builders Victoria Building Leadership Simulation Centre, 49 Brady Street, South Melbourne.
Click above to view drone footage of the Building Leadership Simulation Centre.
Who is eligible
This training is fully funded by Solar Victoria and free if you are:
- the owner, director or employee of a business on the Solar Victoria approved supplier list for our Solar Homes or Solar for Business programs; or
- an owner, director or employee of a business who is sub-contracted by a business on our list of authorised retailers
How to book
To book, contact Master Builders Industry Training on 03 9411 4555 or contact them via their website.
To assess your eligibility, Master Builders Victoria will ask you to provide a letter or email from your employer on your employer’s letterhead to verify that you are an employee of an eligible business.
About our commitment
Solar Victoria is investing $11 million to deliver a comprehensive training and workforce development package for solar industry workers to have the skills and capabilities needed to deliver our programs and support growth.
Boosting training and workforce development will ensure Victoria has an ongoing supply of skilled workers to support growth in the renewable and clean energy sector.
For information about other initiatives helping to grow Victoria’s clean energy workforce, see Training and workforce development.