We’ve rebranded!

The TBCITB is now

Through a comprehensive process of consultation with industry, government and the community, we heard - resoundingly - that it is time for us to refresh our external image and contemporise our communications.

As the TBCITB, we’ve been successfully administering a training levy for almost thirty years.

But we are more than an administrator.

We are the go-to organisation for facilitating building and construction industry workforce development in Tasmania.

Our new name and brand identity reflect Keystone Tasmania’s commitment to successfully bring together industry leaders, government, educators, funding bodies and the current and future workforce. 

Much like the role a physical keystone plays in strengthening a built structure, Keystone Tasmania will play a critical role in supporting, strengthening, and unifying the building and construction industry. 

Like finely engineered components that lock together, the two opposite elements of the logo align to form a ‘K’ and create one unified and focussed entity. 

We’re excited to be taking this next step in our evolution - connect with us today!

 


Current Contact Arrangements

PLEASE NOTE: 

Keystone Tasmania is currently operating from the office at Level 5, 85 Macquarie Street, Hobart, on Wednesdays and Thursdays and remote locations on other weekdays.

We will continue to accept applications and claims for training, including training delivered online, via our online portal.

We will be checking our phone messages regularly, however to guarantee a prompt response to any enquiry, please contact us at email@keystone.com.au.

Keystone Tasmania will continue to provide updates about training subsidies, incentive payments and other support for industry via email. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

 

Welcome to Keystone Tasmania

Keystone Tasmania was created by government for the industry to ensure a safer, higher skilled building and construction workforce.

Keystone Tasmania is an independent organisation funded by the industry. Their aim is to facilitate an innovative and robust building sector by managing workforce development.