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14th April 2019

Excavator Operator Ticket & Licence Guide

*Last Updated: June 2020 Quick Links: When do I need an excavator licence? List of machines you don't need a ticket or licence to operate Onsite Testing of Competency - What can you expect? Excavator Training Course Cost Excavator Certificate / Verification of Competency (VOC) How do I hire an excavator? How can I win work for my Excavator? Congratulations on your decision to join the best industry on earth, construction! Now is the time to do it, with all the money being poured into infrastructure in Australia a career as an excavator operator is a very good choice (second only to choosing to be a software developer in terms of sheer job demand). A skilled and reliable excavator operator is always in high demand, and can name their price on big sites where productivity and precision are important. Below we talk about the licensing requirements, and how to make yourself uber-employable, and ensure that you are never without a job.

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18th December 2019

Downer, CPB Contractors Sign $1.25b Contract for METRONET Project

The latest METRONET construction contract has been awarded to NEWest Alliance - a collaboration of CPB Contractors and Downer. The $1.25 billion contract signed yesterday will extend Perth’s rail network 32 kilometres and is the biggest passenger rail expansion in Western Australia since the Mandurah Line’s 70km contract in 2004. The NEWest alliance will construct the Thornlie-Cockburn link and Yanchep Rail extension, with both projects expected to support more than 3,000 jobs. The funding comes from a bundled contract arrangement by the Australian and Western Australian State governments.

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2nd November 2018

Rio Tinto delivers huge for Western Australia, $27 billion and 47,400 jobs!

An independent analysis has shown that Rio Tinto injected $27.3 billion into the West Australian economy, along with 13,000 direct jobs and 47,400 indirect full-time jobs across the State.

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