Find Your Future Trade in 2017Multiple Positions | Australia wide | Apply Online
With Australian industry facing a skills shortage, there’s never been a better time to start an apprenticeship. At MIGAS finding the right one for you is as easy as “click and search”. There are multiple positions available across Australia right now in mining, logistics, electrical, construction and more. Set your sights on the trade career you’ve always wanted.READ MORE
Cook's Vacancies - Multiple LocationsMultiple Locations | Warehousing | Closing Soon
We are proud to be working with the outstanding family owned and operated business, Cook’s Plumbing Supplies. There are a number of entry level traineeship openings across the Sydney – Illawarra regions and in South West Brisbane. Discover long-term career opportunities where you will spend the next 12 months fully supported with on the job learning and formal training towards a Certificate III in Warehousing (TLI31610).READ MORE
Multiple Business Admin Roles AvailableMultiple Locations | Business Administration | Closing Soon
Just starting out and looking for a way to kick start your career in business? A Business Administration Traineeship can open a world of opportunities and enable you to get your “foot in the door” for a career in marketing, sales, HR, finance and more. Get work ready and gain a competitive edge in the employment market. View our latest vacancies and apply today.READ MORE
Electrical Apprenticeships AvailableMultiple Locations | Electrical | Closing Soon
Electricians are hot right now. Qualified electricians are sought after in a range of industries operating in manufacturing, construction and mechanical trades. Choose between a specialisation in a field you have a passion for, or pursue an electrical apprenticeship with a plan to run your own business one day – the choice is yours. View our latest vacancies and apply today.READ MORE
Case Study: Austube Mills
Following a disappointing experience with another GTO, Austube Mills brought MIGAS on board in 2006 to recruit, manage and nurture the apprentices placed with its team, and hasn’t looked back since. Site Operations Manager Darren Newbegin said Austube Mills’ close relationship with MIGAS had proved to the company as a whole that taking on apprentices was great for business.READ MORE
CASE STUDY: PARMALAT
Teaming up with MIGAS represented a new beginning for the company’s Nambour Factory, who previously recruited and managed their own apprentices and decided they needed additional support. “Our apprenticeship program wasn’t meeting the needs of our business, so it’s been a relief to have come so far since welcoming MIGAS on board,” said Parmalat Site Manager Jamie Hargans.READ MORE
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Interested in getting an apprenticeship or traineeship? If you're not sure where to start and you seem to be finding more questions in your search for answers, we suggest you take a read - as we've put together the answers to 5 of the most commonly asked (and important) questions. Read more
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I would recommend the services that MIGAS offer to any employer. It has been a pleasure working with you and training our youth to become our next leaders.
I have found the three MIGAS apprentices we employ to be amongst the best I have ever worked with; their attitude, commitment, dedication and quality of work is exceptional.
"We have been putting on school-based apprentices for nearly 12 years. I am a big believer in these apprenticeships. We get a lot of support from MIGAS."
MIGAS have taken the time to get to know and understand our business and provided us with solutions to assist us train and attract the right apprentices.
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We are very happy to deal with MIGAS instead of having to manage our own apprentices. We find this is much less time consuming for us and also gives us a high quality of worker.