Year 11 - D2C FIP

D2C Flexible Industry Pathway (FIP)

Flexible Industry Pathways (FIPs) have been designed in partnership with industry to identify qualifications appropriate for school students that contain the skills, knowledge and experience valued by employers. FIPs provide an industry-endorsed pathway to employment, better preparing young people for real-world jobs, while simultaneously providing a pipeline of young skilled workers for South Australia’s growing building & construction industry.

doorways2construction Flexible Industry Pathways currently include:

  • Building & Construction
  • Plumbing
  • Electrotechnology
  • Civil Construction (refer to Advanced Skills Clusters for further information)

Key components to the success of doorways2construction are work experience and industry immersion. Through various initiatives, CITB provides support to schools, RTOs, and key industry stakeholders to encourage student participation.

The VET for School Students (VSS) List outlines the courses subsidised by the South Australian Government available to South Australian School Students.

CITB’s support for registered students in a D2C FIP:

Year 11 students who are participating in a D2C FIP will receive a CITB D2C PPE pack which includes a Hi Viz shirt, earmuffs, safety specs, gloves, glove clip, hard hat, and backpack.

CITB also subsidise short courses for students including White Card and KESAB Cleansite.

Career Driven

As part of CITB's Career Driven Program, we are offering doorways2construction students 3 hours of free driving lessons to support them in their pursuit of a successful career in the building and construction industry.

Eligible students must:

  • hold a Learner's Permit, and;
  • be registered in a doorways2construction FIP

Current doorways2construction students who access the 3 hours of free lessons can then access another 7 hours of free lessons (10 in total) if they receive a letter of offer for employment as an apprentice/trainee or gain a school-based or full-time apprenticeship in a CITB eligible qualification.

For information on how to apply and book lessons please refer to the Career Driven webpage.

Common Questions

How can students in a FIP receive a CITB PPE Pack and access to short course subsidies?

Construction FIP students need to register for a CITB number, they can do this via our website or myCITB app. Registering is easy and will only take 5 minutes. Make sure your students know what their program focus is, where the program is being delivered, and have a little time set aside.

We will then confirm that the student is currently enrolled in that program by contacting the CITB endorsed training provider. Once all the students in that program have registered, we will approve all the student CITB numbers and order the PPE packs which will be sent to where the program is being delivered.

Can schools co-brand the Hi Viz shirts with a school logo?

Sure! To co-brand the Hi Viz shirt please let us know, and then contact our supplier Bianco Construction Supplies on 08 8366 6666 to set up an account for payment.

Can I speak to someone?

Absolutely! Our D2C Contacts are Toni and Steph.

They can be contacted on 08 8172 9500 or and