Everyone thinks of the local sparky when they think about the electrical trade, but take a closer look at any industry and you’ll find an electrical trade specialist channelling power in ways that might surprise you.
Find out more about career pathways in the electrical trade.
A career pathway in the metal and engineering trade offers a wide range of specialisation opportunities that are hands-on, hardy and often a bit greasy. Above all this trade requires determination and grit to deliver highly accurate work in varied and often extreme working environments.
Find out more about career pathways in metal and engineering.
The automotive and mechanical trade is for rev-heads and engine fanatics of all makes and models. You can specialise in engine types and sizes, depending on your host employer. A career in the trade requires passion and respect for the vehicles and engines you will be entrusted to maintain and develop day in/ day out.
Find out more about career pathways in automotive and mechanical.
A traineeship is an excellent development opportunity that builds highly practical skills. Trainees can become work ready to gain a competitive edge in the employment market.
Find out more about career pathways through Traineeships.
This is the home of the green-thumb. If you love to get your hands in the dirt and see your hard work grow into amazing results this is the trade for you. There are a variety of specialisations for the inner landscape designer, the true gardener and even those keen to grow the perfect lawn.
Find out more about career pathways in horticulture.
Whether you want to build towers and tunnels or tables and cabinets there is a specialisation for you. There are even ‘finishing’ trades for the painters and plasters. The construction trade is founded on craftsmanship, so attention to detail and precision are must have traits for success.
Find out more about career pathways in construction.
MiTraining (RTO 45183) present a selection of Skill Builder short courses. Short courses are ideal for learners who want to add to their bank of skills and show their employer (or a future employer) they’ve got what it takes to do the job.
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MiTraining is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) accredited by the Australian Government’s national Vocational Education and Training (VET) regulator, the Australian Skills Quality Agency (ASQA).
“Wormald is such an amazing place to work. I want to stay as long as I can and progress to a management role”James Maslin, Electrical Apprentice