Training

At one time or another, you may have found a need to consult with experts and to obtain advice in order to solve problems concerning your business.

You can avoid unnecessary costs/consulting fees if you are a member of the Master Builders Association, especially smaller contractors who are not in a position to engage expert employees or consultants to advise them on contractual, economic, labour, training and other matters as larger contractors may be able to do. Smaller contractors therefore, draw on the pool of expertise from the Association.

The Master Builders Association North assists and advises its members on the following matters

JBCC Training

JBCC Edition 6.2 – Principal Building Agreement and N/S Subcontract Agreement. The use of standard JBCC Principal Building Agreement and Subcontract Agreements makes contracting easier and protects both the subcontractor and main contractor.

MBSA Domestic Subcontract Agreement Training

MBA North has created practical training for parties to use and understand these agreements & protect their rights within the contract.

SAQA accredited training session

MBA North invites you to register for our two day SAQA accredited training session: ‘Lead and Supervise Construction Teams”. This entails leaning about how to Identify labour requirements, Recruit, select and induct team members, Receive and issue instructions and much more

MBSA Domestic Subcontract Agreement Training

MBA North has created practical training for parties to use and understand these agreements & protect their rights within the contract.

Small Builders Development Course

Learn about the following; running a small business, finding and obtaining work, running an efficient building project and other general information.

 

Estimating & Tendering Workshop

Computing building costs continues to be a major challenge for businesses that carry out Construction Projects. This workshop simplifies this complex specialty and equips delegates with user-friendly tools that are customized based on project requirements.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) training

The HIRA course provides one with knowledge and skills to deal with hazard identification adn risk assement within the workplace.

 

Occupational Health and Safety Representative training

The training entails recognising job hazards and becoming aware of safe work practices. This 2-day course will provide the learner with an understanding of the legislation, employers role, employees role, the role of the workplace health & safety representative and the health & safety committees within the work environment.

First Aid Level 1

A modular course for employees wh o are appoint ed as basic first aiders within their workplace, so as to comply with the Occupat ional Health & Safety Act. The course is based on international emergency scene manage ment standards in accordance with the latest protocols.

Training on the move

TOM is a free service to members to assist with site-specific induction training and OHS related toolbox talks. The TOM initiative provides both site induction and toolbox training to all MBA North Members and can be deployed to any site or premises.