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Training subsidies for consultants in the construction sector

Under the second round measures of the Anti-epidemic Fund (AEF), a one-off subsidy of $7,500 will be offered to each eligible construction worker.  More than 530 000 workers will benefit from the subsidy, who include workers of construction sites as well as workers registered under the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, the Buildings Department, the Water Supplies Department and the Fire Services Department.

​At the same time, the Government will provide a one-off subsidy to about 30 000 construction-related enterprises, generally small-scaled, which cannot benefit from the first round of the AEF. Eligible contractors, specialist contractors, works contractors and suppliers can receive a one-off subsidy of $20,000 each, while eligible minor works contractors, registered contractors of electrical / gas / lift / escalator / fire service installation and suppliers of construction-related machineries and equipment rental can receive $10,000 each.

​The second round of the AEF will also provide training subsidies to the construction sector. About 600 consultant firms offering engineering / architectural and related professional services (including consultant firms in the Government’s approved lists and small and medium enterprises consultants which are company members of professional institutions / associations) will receive a subsidy of $50,000 each to support professionals in the sector to pursue continuous development so as to maintain their professional expertise and qualification.

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