Get a stable and well-furnished future with Everthought College of Construction!

Published At: August 01, 2019

In terms of going with the flow in the world of supply and demand, students are keen on grabbing any opportunity available to have a bright future with qualifications from any background. Incoming job seekers tend to take courses that offer promising employment outcomes in lands of opportunity such as Australia. 

Some of the most common in-demand employees in Australia are those for Carpentry, Joinery, and Bricklaying. Trade courses as such are now available to international students to pursue.  These occupations have a high occupation ceiling which is why aspiring students choose to enroll at Everthought College of Construction.

Everthought College of Construction in Australia offers various Trade courses and has been delivering building and construction qualifications for over 10 years.  Everthought College of Construction encompasses two specialist training colleges in Queensland and Western Australia. Everthought College of Construction breaks down the courses offered based on every aspect of construction. They offer vocational courses like Carpentry and Joinery, Bricklaying and Stonemasonry, and Wall and Floor Tiling as well. Each course will ensure to provide mastery and remarkable skills for its students to inculcate to provide quality services. Each course, except for Diploma in Building and Construction (Management) has a duration of two years which includes on-the-job training experiences as well. To qualify for these courses, one must have completed at least Year 10 or demonstrated work experience beforehand.

The courses offered are as follows:

Certificate III in Carpentry involves methods of joinery that provides the knowledge and skills to carry out a range of building and construction tasks using basic carpentry tools, power tools and carpentry materials. Students will learn how to erect framework and roof framing, laying sub-flooring and floorboards and verifying trueness of structures. 



Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying enables the students to gain the knowledge and skills to lay bricks for residential or commercial buildings. They will learn to construct arches, columns, steps, stairs, feature walls, curved walls, and ornamental panels. 



Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling provides sophisticated methods in laying ceramic, clay, slate, marble, glass and other types of tiles on external and internal walls and floors to provide protective and decorative finishes. Major areas of study include interpretation of plans, measurements, and calculations, use of tiling tools and equipment, surface preparation and repairs. 



Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Site Management) qualification is designed to meet the needs of site managers and supervisors in the building and construction industry.



Diploma of Building and Construction (Management) qualification is designed to address the needs of professionals wanting to work within the building and construction industry. The course will provide you with a variety of building administration and managerial skills and techniques such as how to manage construction teams, manage budgets and costs, and construction contracts. 


Pathway of Trade Courses:

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) - Graduate Work

This visa allows the holder eighteen (18) months of unlimited work rights in Australia. Many graduates use this time to build up experience in their field or find an employer that is willing to sponsor their visa. If you have applied for the Temporary Graduate Visa you may also be eligible to apply for the Job Ready Program. The Job Ready Program is run through TRA and allows graduates in certain disciplines to have their skills assessed for skilled migration purposes. It is a way for people to have their skills assessed without having the experience. Once the student receives a positive skills assessment, they may be eligible to apply for permanent work visas such as State Sponsored and General Skilled Migration Visas.

  • Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) – Medium Term Stream

This visa enables employers to address labour shortages by bringing in skilled workers where employers can't source an appropriately skilled Australian worker. Applicants with their occupation on either the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) or the Regional Occupation List (ROL) can work for up to four (4) years.

Now, that is neat! Are you ready to build your future with Everthought College of Construction?

Put on your hard hats and send your applications to and you will receive a free initial assessment from one of our amazing agents. 

We can’t be more excited to be part of your journey!


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