Opportunity highlights: Get paid to study and work 38 hrs/week 18-week duration Can lead into an Apprenticeship Ipswich Location Do you want a career in a trade but have little/no experience or certificates? This is a paid work/study program that will offer you an advantage over other applicants. Apprenticeships Queensland will be running a 18 week paid Traineeship with a combination of practical and theory experience in a real work situation. Having your P's or (close to getting) and a reliable car is essential. The traineeship will be conducted in Ipswich and a number of community job sites within 20 minutes of the area. You will : Earn a certificate 1 level qualification Gain practical experience in real work situations that align with your training Complete paid work that can be included in your work history Receive a mix of career advice, job preparation skills and foundation skills Upon successful completion of this certificate, opportunities may exist for apprenticeships in Construction or other trade areas in various locations. This Traineeship enables participants to develop the skills necessary to work in a variety of operational roles in the trade industry. Initial interviews will be via online interviewing, followed by interviews which will be held at our office in Ipswich to assess your eligibility. Traineeship hours: Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 3:30pm and Friday 7.30am to 1.30pm, commencing end January 2021 Apply online at https://apprenticeshipsqld.jobreadygateway.com.au/vacancies attaching your current resume. (QBCC Licence: 74979)
Apprenticeships Queensland have a host who is currently looking for a motivated individual to join their team. Experience in Bonding, resin infusion, RTM Light, Plug making, hand laminating and vacuum bagging would be an advantage. All applicants must have the following attributes: Skilled in working with hand tools Effective verbal and communication skills Time management skills Ability to work within timelines and schedules An eye for detail Be physically fit Tasks & responsibilities Handlay, choppergun and infusion production. Preparing molds for production. Spray gelcoat application. Preparation of composite kits. Leading, supporting and assisting in the lamination process. Demolding and post manufacture product processes. Only suitable applicants will be contacted. To apply for this position register at https://apprenticeshipsqld.jobreadygateway.com.au/vacancies
This exciting opportunity will be perfect for a candidate that has a passion for mechanical engineering work and who is keen to develop a career in the Engineering sector. This is a junior position. Recent school leavers encouraged to apply. This Apprenticeship in Engineering Mechanical offers the opportunity to further develop a fantastic array of skills and knowledge. Apprentices may undertake a range of tasks including the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing fault finding, commissioning, maintenance and service of mechanical equipment, machinery and the use of related computer controlled equipment, (e.g.: programmable logic controllers (PLC's), computer controlled equipment & computer numeric controlled machine tools etc. What you'll bring to the table… To be successful in this role, you’ll need to meet the following selection criteria: Demonstrated interest and aptitude in the industry Certificate 2 in engineering or equivalent experience an advantage Physically fit to perform manual tasks Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills Commitment to safety, quality and principles of continuous improvement Willing to undertake and pass drug & alcohol testing Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team Commitment to the full term of the apprenticeship (48 months) Current drivers licence is essential for this position
Are you wanting to do a Light Vehicle Apprenticeship? Apprenticeships Queensland has a host who is looking for a new start Light Vehicle Apprentice. You will be an enthusiastic and committed individual whose passion is to fix cars. This is a full time 4 year apprenticeship. If your apprenticeship has been cancelled or suspended due to a downturn in work and would like the opportunity to continue and complete your apprenticeship, please also apply now. The role: We are offering the successful candidate the opportunity to join our team to complete a - Automotive Mechanical Technology (Light Vehicle) Apprenticeship. We will provide you with the necessary training to learn how to diagnose faults, service and repair. You must have: Have good Maths and English skills (both written and oral) Able to work and learn in a team environment Reliable, enthusiastic and energetic Certificate 2 in Automotive not essential but an advantage Hold a current Queensland C - Class driver licence (manual preferred) What's provided: Excellent working conditions A friendly and safe team environment A fantastic opportunity for you to reach your full potential as a fully trained Mechanic This is a junior position.
Apprenticeships Queensland has a host based in the Brookwater area looking for an enthusiastic person wanting to do a Painting Apprenticeship. Please note: To apply for this position you must have had some experience, have a reliable car and licence, and be willing to travel to sites. If you have previously started a Painting Apprenticeship and wanting to continue in this trade we encourage you to apply. Job Description: The role of apprentice painter encompasses a variety of tasks to be completed in a timely and efficient manner. Apprentice painter is required to: - Attend jobs to prepare the area for work (lay drop sheets, tape up windows etc.) and clean job site on completion or at the end of the day - Prepare surfaces to a high standard (sanding, filling, caulking) - Painting all surfaces in a variety of paint types (water, oil, clear, varnishes) Qualifications: Skills- Strong communication skills to confidently explain information and converse with clients if required Takes pride in their work Is punctual and dedicated Showing initiative to tackle issues that may arise Working Conditions - Working indoors and outdoors- Working at heights Please note: This is a junior position
Are you interested in becoming a Roof Plumbing Apprentice? Apprenticeships Queensland is seeking expression of interests from applicants who are wanting to become a Roof Plumbing Apprentice or those looking to continue with their Roof Plumbing apprenticeship. Position is based at Loganholme, but sites will be from Gold Coast to Brisbane. Junior wages apply. Having completed a Certificate II in Plumbing is desirable, reliable transport and provisional drivers licence are essential. THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT: To be considered for this role, applicants MUST meet the following criteria: Have a current driver’s licence and own reliable transport Have a strong passion for the trade Not afraid to work at heights White Card Motivation and commitment in completing the apprenticeship Have a keen eye for detail and can work with precision Can work independently and as part of a team Willing to travel Please note: only applicants who meet the above criteria may be contacted by Recruitment.
Apprenticeships Queensland is looking for a Carpentry Apprentice. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A JUNIOR POSITION. DESCRIPTION: Carry out tasks related to the building, construction and joinery trades, under the supervision of a qualified tradesperson/instructor and consistent with apprenticeship year level. Attend off the job trade school to complete learning and assessment outcomes required for a carpentry apprenticeship. DUTIES: Carry out construction, assembly, alteration or renovation of buildings, structures, fittings, cabinets, cupboards and modular units, possibly for single and multi-storey domestic, commercial and industrial environments Carry out construction activity, e.g. digging footings, erecting sub-floor structures; wall and roof framing; internal and external cladding; fit-out and fixture of doors and all building hardware and fittings Read and working from, plans and specifications Use hand tools, e.g. hammers, chisels, hand saws, screwdrivers, measuring tapes and levelling devices etc. Use power tools, e.g. electric/battery drills, power saws, routers, sanders, planners, laser levelling devices, pneumatic (air) tools, e.g. nail guns Operate workshop equipment, e.g. static machines, band saws, docking saws, thicknessers, routers, bench grinders, etc. Use safe and appropriate means to access (both internal and external) for building and construction sites and trade school environments Follow appropriate safety practices when using ladders, other access ways, handrails, barriers, scaffolding and mechanical lifts (trained/licensed users only) Follow established policies and procedures for Protective Personal Apparel (PPE) use and the use or non-use of devices such as mobile phone in workplace and training environments Follow appropriate manual handling techniques for manual tasks including lifting and moving items Follow safety and environmental practices for handling building products, fluids and waste products Complete appropriate documentation and recording information on computerised programs Carry out the theory and practical assessment tasks in a building site/training centre Follow written and verbal instructions in workplace and trade school environments Communicate and interact with others in workplace and trade school environments, may include customer interaction Read and interpret various types of construction/architectural diagrams ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: A willingness to develop skills and knowledge in this trade Physical fitness and the ability to undertake manual labour for extended periods Be a safe confident worker Willingness to travel White Card (or be willing to obtain prior to starting) Enjoy practical and manual work Ability to follow instructions and communicate effectively Minimum of year 10 schooling A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL IDEALLY: Certificate 1 or 2 in Building & Construction Domestic building experience / exposure to a jobsite Be reliable, enthusiastic and willing to work as part of a team. Have a car and licence is required Position will start end of January 2021
This exciting opportunity will be perfect for a candidate that has a passion for mechanical engineering work and who is keen to develop a career in the Engineering sector. This is a junior position. This Apprenticeship as a Mechanical Fitter offers the opportunity to further develop a fantastic array of skills and knowledge including hands on metal working, fitting of components, and use of advanced CNC and metal machining plant and equipment which will provide invaluable for anyone who is eager to pursue a career in this industry. What you'll bring to the table… To be successful in this role, you’ll need to meet the following selection criteria: Demonstrated interest and aptitude in the industry Certificate 2 in engineering and/or experience essential Manual drivers licence required Physically fit to perform manual tasks Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills Commitment to safety, quality and principles of continuous improvement Willing to undertake and pass drug & alcohol testing Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team Commitment to the full term of the apprenticeship (48 months)
Apprenticeships Queensland has a busy host in the Wacol area looking for a Sheet Metal Apprentice. As a Sheet Metal Apprentice you will develop the skills and knowledge required to be involved in the production, manufacture and repair of a wide range of light metal products using thin, flat sheets of metal. The metal sheets are usually are not more than 3mm thick. You will work from detailed drawings and learn to use engineering equipment such as guillotines, rollers, pan brakes, material cutting machinery, electric and/or hand shears, soldering & brazing equipment, presses, and sanding/polishing machinery. Essential Criteria: Certificate 2 in Engineering with/or relevant work experience. Must have manual drivers licence A willingness to develop skills and knowledge. The ability to listen, follow instructions and ask for assistance when required. The ability to behave safely in the workplace. Ability to work in a team environment Commitment to full term of the apprenticeship & study requirements Strong verbal and written communication & interpersonal skills Please note: only applicants who meet the above criteria may be contacted by Recruitment.
Apprenticeships Queensland has a busy host in the Wacol area who's looking for a Boilermaker Apprentice THIS IS A JUNIOR POSITION What you'll be doing… You will complete a Certificate III Fabrication over 48 months through a combination of formal training with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and practical on-the-job experience with the Host Employer. Throughout your formal training and practical experience in the workplace, you will have the opportunity to: Perform manual heating and thermal cutting Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques Assemble fabricated components Perform routine manual metal arc welding What you'll bring to the table… To be successful in this role, you’ll need to meet the following selection criteria: Demonstrated interest and aptitude in the industry Certificate 2 in engineering with experience is essential Physically fit to perform manual tasks Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills Commitment to safety, quality and principles of continuous improvement Willing to undertake and pass drug & alcohol testing Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team Commitment to the full term of the apprenticeship (48 months) Manual drivers licence required
Apprenticeships Queensland has a host who works on various sites so applicant must be prepared to travel. Throughout the apprenticeship, you will be undertaking a Certificate III in Landscape Construction. Duties that you will be responsible for but not limited too: Brick and stone structures Paving Retaining walls Plant and soil improvements for garden and turf areas Drainage installation Plant and soil practices including implementing plant establishment programs Project costing further into the apprenticeship Pre-Requisites: If you have already commenced a Landscape Construction apprenticeship, must have up to date TAFE transcripts Drivers licence and own transport Experience with using basic hand tools White card. To be successful: Have a passion for this trade and wants to be part of a growing business once completed apprenticeship Physically fit and not afraid of physically demanding work Well presented Great work ethic Dedicated and wanting to learn Follows direction well
Are you interested in becoming a Business Administration Trainee? Apprenticeships Queensland are seeking applicants who are wanting to become a Business Admin Trainee. Position is based in the Cannon Hill area. THIS IS A JUNIOR POSITION. Recent school leavers are encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will be well presented, eager to learn and available to start as soon as possible. What we require: Have a genuine interest in administration Cert 1 or 2 in Business with experience would be advantageous Pleasant phone manner Good team work Accurate & fast key board skills Able to work in a fast paced environment Experienced or ability to deal with people from different ages Able to empathise with clients This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in Administration.
Apprenticeships Queensland has a busy who has a position for an Elevated Work Platform Apprentice based at Eagle Farm with an immediate start for the right applicant. Job summary: This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a broad range of tasks on a variety of elevating work platforms and associated systems within the automotive service and repair sector. The Certificate III in Elevating Work Platform Technology is intended to prepare new employees or recognise and develop existing workers performing mechanical work in the elevating work platform service and repair sector. What we require: Must have licence and car Some previous mechanical experience would be an advantage Able to complete the studies required Good attitude to work Able to work in a team environment This position would suit anyone interested in diesel mechanics.
We are seeking 3rd/4th Year Diesel/Heavy Vehicle Mechanic Apprentice to work with our host business which is located in the Ipswich region. Complete your 4 year apprenticeship to become a fully qualified Heavy Vehicle Technician/Trade Qualified Diesel Mechanic. PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK AFTERNOON SHIFT. Applicants MUST meet the following criteria: (please only apply if you meet all the following criteria) ABOUT YOU: Completed at least 2nd year of Diesel/Heavy Vehicle Apprenticeship (preferred) Have a genuine interest in the heavy vehicle industry Motivated and willing to learn Reliable, trustworthy and punctual Good communication and interpersonal skills Willing to commit to complete remaining years of apprenticeship Able to work in a team environment Ability to comply with company policy and procedures Please note: only applicants who meet the above criteria may be contacted by Recruitment.
The Certificate III in Individual Support Course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to gain employment within the Aged Care environment, such as residential facilities or community services where you will work under the supervision of nurses or other health professionals. These skills include: providing personal care, assistance with daily routines and activities related to the residents’ individualised care plans, reporting and recording information to direct supervisors, respecting residents’ rights, dignity and privacy communicating effectively with staff, residents and family. The Certificate III in Individual Support Course is also a great pathway into the Diploma of Nursing which could see you recognised as an Enrolled Nurse. By doing this course it will also assist you to find employment in the disability and home care sector. RealCare Training partner with The Learning Collaborative RTO #32350 - CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support - Disability and Ageing Specialities CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support Aspire to Succeed RTO #32555 CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability Allens Training RTO #90909 HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid HLTAID001 - CPR