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What is a Boilermaker? It is a metal fabrication trade with a very long history often considered the modern-day version of a blacksmith. If you choose to take on boiler making as a career, you would be tasked with crafting a variety of metals to repair or produce ships, storage...
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What do Patternmakers, Foundrymen, Moulders and Core-Makers have in common? They are all a few of the specialisations you can obtain from taking on an apprenticeship in the casting and moulding fabrication industry. As a professional working in this trade, you would be working with a wide array of materials,...
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Bushfire Safety

19 December 2019

This year Australia is experiencing some of the worst bushfires conditions in its history. Now while you may have seen plenty about these fires on the news and social media, but are you ready for a fire if it makes it to your home?
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As a business trainee, you will be set up with all the professional tools required to hunt down endless opportunities in the business world. A traineeship offers you a foundation to have a successful career. Business traineeships offer you exposure to different multi-line phone systems, different Customer Relationship Management (CRM)...
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Becoming a Diesel Fitting Apprentice means you will be trained to service and maintain diesel machinery, plant equipment and heavy vehicles. This often involves diagnosing issues with parts and systems that require a part to be re-crafted to “fit” the repair.
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Working in Warehousing and logistics on the surface may not appear to be the most tantalising career path, however having a closer look at the job, it becomes far more interesting. If you were to take on a warehousing traineeship don’t expect to be doing the same thing day in...
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Becoming a Light Vehicle Mechanic (aka Motor Mechanic) means you will be a qualified tradesperson who services, repairs and overhauls cars and light motor vehicles. By taking on a Light Vehicle Mechanic apprenticeship you will be able to specialise in; performance vehicle workshops, motor dealership service centres and the potential...
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Becoming a Heavy Vehicle Mechanic means you will be qualified to repair and maintain the engines and components of large vehicles and stationary engines. Depending on the particular experience and qualification you gain during your apprenticeship you can specialise in particular and/or stationary engines; anything from mobile cranes, drilling rigs,...
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A career pathway in Metal and Engineering might sound like a “Yeah, ok sure” option for a job after school, but it could be fun. It may even be dirty work or maybe it could even be satisfying, but is it really that interesting?

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