Capital Training Institute (CTI) is a registered training organisation, delivering nationally recognised qualifications in a number of vital employment fields. In Queensland, CTI offers students courses and qualifications in Construction, Hospitality, Work Health and Safety (WHS).
CTI has been delivering nationally recognised qualifications and courses in Queensland since March 2013, when the CTI state office was set up in Brisbane. New satellite campuses have since been added in the Sunshine Coast, Mackay and the Gold Coast.
When established, the primary objective of CTI's nationally recognised training in Queensland was to replicate the already successful business models running in NSW and ACT. With the support from an experienced Head Office and the focus and commitment from CTI's local Brisbane team, classrooms are now full and our trainers are delivering high-quality, cost-effective training and courses in Queensland.
With a consistent approach to providing dynamic and relevant training to various industry sectors, CTI has built a very strong foundation. Because of this, CTI has been able to rapidly grow into numerous cities and regional centres, offering a vast array of qualifications to students throughout the state of Queensland.
CTI looks forward to following our students' careers as they drive their own professional progression through ongoing training and growth. Catering for both school leavers and established workers, CTI provides students with a learning environment and courses in Queensland that nurtures professional development and career progression.
Vocational education and training is obviously in high demand in Queensland, with more than three in five workers (61 per cent) holding a Certificate III qualification or higher, according to the National Department of Employment.
To support our local communities, CTI is an Official Training Partner of the Queensland Reds and is a proud supporter of its Indigenous Program. In addition, CTI also engages with several not-for-profit community groups throughout Queensland Maori and Pacific Islander Community Engagement Program, Shed27 and grassroots sports.