Whether you want to build towers, tunnels or tables a Construction Apprenticeship could be for you.
This trade is founded on craftsmanship, so attention to detail and precision are must-have traits for success. Construction apprenticeship outcomes include:
Construction apprenticeships typically take around 4 years to complete, depending on the trade specialisation and competency developed as part of your on-the-job training and study of a nationally accredited qualification.
Construction Trade Specialisations
Trade specialisations in construction mechanic roles include:
- Carpentry Apprenticeships
- Cabinet Making Apprenticeships
- Civil Construction Traineeships
- Painting Apprenticeships
- Plastering Apprenticeships
- Plumbing Apprenticeships
There is a need for construction tradespeople and the Government’s Australian Apprenticeships Priority List indentifies key skilled workers including bricklayers, cabinetmakers, carpenters, gasfitters, joiners, and plumbers.
This means support payments are available for eligible apprentices in these qualifications in 2024, in addition to other benefits and financial assistance that apprentices can access.
To learn more, select from construction trade specialisations above or search for current roles on our Jobs Board.
MIGAS Carpentry Apprentice, Harry, completing a frame as part of his training.
Become a Construction Apprentice
Start your rewarding career in the construction industry by exploring current Constructive Apprenticeships listed on our Jobs Board.
With over 35 years of experience supporting Australian Apprentices, MIGAS is a trusted Group Training Organisation operating in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia.
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Mo, a MIGAS Carpentry Apprentice, with his host company supervisor.