Marine Mechanical Apprenticeship

Learn the tools of the trade and complete your apprenticeship to become a qualified Marine Mechanic
Job ID: 5709 Automotive and Mechanical - Other NSW - Ingleburn Apprentice Positions Available: 1


Are you mechanically minded and have a passion for boats? Have you ever pulled apart an engine just to put it back together again, or spent hours tinkering on your own car in your garage at home? Combine both passions with this Marine Mechanic Apprenticeship.

Undertaking this four-year Apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to become a qualified Marine Mechanic and earn your Certificate III in Marine Mechanical Technology.

You will be mentored by qualified tradespeople and develop the skills to work on and around diesel and gasoline marine engines and drive systems in a workshop and vessels. By the completion of this apprenticeship, you will have the skills and knowledge to perform a broad range of mechanical servicing and repair tasks in the marine industry.

This position is located in Ingleburn where you will be hosted with specialists in boating equipment and accessories for marine engines, industrial engines and equipment. Well known company for parts, sales and service support.


  • We will actually pay you to learn! How many of your Uni mates get paid to study?
  • Your own personal MIGAS mentor who will guide you through your apprenticeship
  • Free uniforms and PPE when you start with MIGAS
  • We are a culturally diverse employer and actively advocate for local Indigenous Australians and women in trades


We are looking for a mechanically minded individual with a strong work ethic and a commitment to developing a long-term career within the marine industry. You will be enthusiastic to learn, willing to follow instructions and have an aptitude for hands-on, mechanical tasks.

Must haves:  

  • Year 12 completion at a minimum

If you think this could be you – apply online now by submitting your resume and cover letter explaining why you think you would be the ideal Marine Mechanic Apprentice.

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