Funding for Traffic Management Training Save Up To 80% – Are You Eligible?

Funding for Traffic Management Training Save Upto 80% – Are You Eligible? Want to reduce training costs with your next traffic management or construction training course with AusQ Training?

AusQ Training is an approved Construction Training Fund (CTF) Bulk Biller Provider, which allows eligible employers and candidates to access subsidies for construction and traffic management training in WA. Subsidies are available to reduce training costs, making it easier for eligible businesses and employees to access the training they need when they need it.

What is Construction Training Fund (CTF)?

Construction Training Fund is creating a skilled and sustainable workforce for the Western Australian building and construction industry. They collect a training levy and use it to reduce the cost of training a diverse, job-ready workforce and educate the next generation about the variety of exciting roles and opportunities on offer in the construction industry.

If you successfully complete an approved short course with AusQ Training, you maybe eligible for a subsidy. The CTF subsidy covers up to 80% of the cost of the cost for training courses that can set yourself or your business up for success.

Subsidy Examples 

Subsidies of up to 80% are available to help reduce training costs for eligible businesses and employees to develop and enhance the skills required by a growing industry. Subsidies vary between metropolitan (Perth) and regional areas.


You have enrolled to complete a Basic Worksite Traffic Management and Traffic Controller course with AusQ Training. Let’s break down the cost of course and the subsidy rebates available:

Basic Worksite Traffic Management & Traffic Control Course – Perth
Rate $660 per person (metropolitan rate)

Construction Training Fund (CTF) SubsidyMetropolitan Rate $462 – You pay $198 per person

Am I eligible?

Are you: 
✔️ Directly employed in the building and construction industry in WA
✔️ Construction companies undertaking projects in WA
✔️ Self-employed and undertaking work which is directly involved in the construction process

If you answered YES to any of the above, you maybe eligible.

✔️ Have you worked in the construction, building and/or mining industries within the last 6 months?
✔️ Is your job-role based ‘onsite’ where the construction work is being undertaken?
✔️ Can you supply detailed, recent work history and/or evidence of employment to assist determining your eligibility, if requested by CTF?

If you answered YES to any of the above, you will likely to eligible to save up to 80% on an approved training course with AusQ Training.

Take our FREE Construction Training Fund (CTF) Eligibility Assessment and check if you or your team qualify! Takes less than 2 minutes to complete and we will review your eligibility.

Courses Available

We have a range of over 18+ nationally recognised training courses on offer. All courses that are supported by the CTF provide skills and knowledge for the construction and building industry to develop, maintain or improve skills relevant to employment.

AusQ Training traffic management and construction courses supported by CTF include, but not limited to:

? Basic Worksite Traffic Management and Traffic Control (BWTM & TC)

? Worksite Traffic Management (WTM)

? Operate Truck Mounted Attenuator (OTMA)

? Plus re-accreditation training courses

How to claim

Where you provide AusQ Training with information that indicates you or your employees are an eligible worker under the CTF, we will reduce your initial fee payment to the amount excluding the applicable CTF rebate amount.  If you are an approved account holder with AusQ Training, this means we can bulk bill your enrolments, allowing you to only pay the ‘gap’ for the training course and we will then take care of the required documentation and then claim the difference of the fee amount from the CTF.

During training participants, who have indicated they are eligible and claimed the subsidy will be required to complete evidence of their eligibility, this will include;

  • Course Details
  • Job Site Details

If the CTF after reviewing the information you provided, makes the final decision that you are not an eligible worker or evidence provided does not meet the eligibility criteria, AusQ Training will contact you and issue an additional invoice for the amount that is not approved.

If you are an individual you can claim directly to the Construction Training Fund upon successful competition of your training course.

The final determination regarding eligibility rests with the Construction Training Fund.

Got Questions?  

Learn more about Construction Training Fund [click here]

Do you have any questions regarding funding for Traffic Management Training and need further guidance on your eligibility for Construction Training Fund (CTF)?  Get in touch and contact us. 

Do you need training?  

Do you need temporary traffic management training for your team?  We have a wide range of public training courses view calendar here or our team can travel to your workplace for onsite training request a quote here. 

“The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry.  We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers.”

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