Capital Training Institute (CTI) is proud to provide nationally recognised training in NSW, across many industries and jurisdictions. With qualifications and short courses relevant in most industry sectors, CTI gives NSW students the ability to formalise their skills and knowledge in a range of areas through courses in NSW.
Established in June 2012, CTI's Sydney campus, based in Botany, has experienced significant growth since first entering the NSW training market. Rapidly transforming into a state-wide hub, the Sydney office manages the delivery of training in nine satellite campuses located across the state. These locations include the Sydney CBD, Manly, Avoca Beach (Central Coast), The Entrance, Newcastle, Penrith, Wollongong, Bathurst and Orange.
Demand for courses in NSW is undeniable - more than 1,000 students completed a CTI qualification within the first 18 months of operation. While a large proportion of its current students are participating in Building and Construction training, the team is anticipating a significant influx to the seven other training sectors from 2014 onwards.
The employment profile of New South Wales is very similar to Australia as a whole. It is worth noting, however, that workers in this state are more likely to access further study after leaving school than the national average (66 per cent compared with 64 per cent), according to the national Department of Employment.
With significant numbers of NSW residents working in the seven key training sectors covered by CTI, we are able to cater to a vast range of students and career needs. For instance, CTI provides comprehensive building and construction training courses in NSW to improve qualifications within one of the state's most vital sectors.
In NSW, CTI is proud to be a part of several metropolitan and regional communities, which span from as far north as Newcastle to as far west as Orange.
To support our local communities, CTI is an Official Membership Partner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs and aligns itself closely with South's charitable programmes. In addition, CTI also engages with several not-for-profit community groups through its Community Rebate Scheme in NSW.