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Top 10 Reasons to become a Member

  1. Business Management
    The AWCI provides assistance to members in areas such as contracts, seeking payment, dispute resolution, safety training and documentation.
  2. Contact
    The AWCI connects the industry by linking clients, apprentices, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and service providers.
  3. Training
    The AWCI coordinates training and upskilling programs relevant to the plastering industry for upgrading essential skills.
  4. Lobbying
    The AWCI is the voice of the industry to the Building Authorities, Local, State and Federal Governments, the Standards Association and all other bodies affecting the plasterboard and allied industries.
  5. Staying up-to-date
    The AWCI provides information and advice on changes to building practises, awards, legislation and technical standards affecting the industry.
  6. Technical Forums
    The AWCI has technical experts from member companies that meet to discuss and provide input to building practices, legislation and technical standards affecting the industry.
  7. Website
    The AWCI Website is the number one place to find industry information, key resources, publications and links for the industry. Also, find the calendar of events, technical information, current & back issues of the national magazine and much more!
  8. National Magazine
    The AWCI produces a quarterly magazine On The Surface, which has been specifically produced to keep the plasterboard and allied industries up-to-date with comprehensive information regarding the industry. This magazine is a must-read.
  9. Networking & Social Days
    The AWCI has an active social program where members are able to enjoy the fellowship the association offers, including awards evening, contractors' luncheons, golf days and other networking events.
  10. Our Future
    The AWCI is actively involved in school pre-vocational promotion and education as well as apprentice training programs to improve skills and attract quality tradespeople to the industry.