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Apprentice Cert Iii Engineering Fabrication Id2558

Private Company - Port Adelaide, SA

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Source: uWorkin


Apprenticeship :Certificate III Engineering Fabrication

We have a national client who has an opportunity for a person who identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, to join them as an Apprentice Fabricator. This is an entry level position, all training and support will be provided in a great team environment where you will be trained by industry professionals.

- Minimum Year 10 schooling
- Female candidates encouraged to apply

- Applicants must identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- Tertiary graduates need not apply

Please Note: This is a designated Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander position under section 14D of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. Proof or Confirmation of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander heritage may be required from the successful applicant.

Ai Group Apprentice and Trainee Centre is a Group Training Organisation who employs apprentices and trainees then places them with Host Organisations. We provide support for all apprentices and trainees by way of our mentoring program which fits in with a regular cycle of visiting in the workplace and training provider. We are there to assist and guide you through not only the apprenticeship/traineeship but where necessary provide support and assistance to allow you to successfully complete your work and training commitments and gain your qualification.

A Certificate III Engineering Fabrication Apprenticeship will involve:
- Examining and understanding detailed drawings or specification to determine the required materials and equipment for the job.
- Cutting, rolling, shaping, heating or hammering metal products to produce parts.
- Utilising various equipment such as hand and machine tools, welding equipment and Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines.
- Utilising various techniques for assembling fabrication parts and structures.
Aligning and fixing pieces together through welding, bolting or riveting.
- Adding finishing touches to products through cleaning, polishing, filing or applying protective or decorative finishes.

This apprenticeship is a Skills Shortage Trade.
Employees of Ai Group ATC are expected at all times to uphold the values of integrity, honesty and excellence and must exhibit a strong work ethic. All employees are expected to be effective at time management, enjoy working within a team environment and possess a sincere interest for their chosen trade.
Ai Group ATC is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply.

To Apply Visit: https://www.aigroupapprentices.com.au/aig-jobs/apprenticecert-iii-engineering-fabrication-id2558/