Are you looking for a new career path that offers hands-on learning and practical experience? Then look no further than Apprenticeship jobs! With an A-Z list of opportunities available, there's sure to be an Apprenticeship that matches your interests and skills.
From automotive technicians to web developers, Apprenticeships provide an excellent opportunity to learn while earning. You'll receive on-the-job training from experienced professionals and gain practical skills that will set you apart in the workforce.
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A-Z Apprenticeship Jobs Available Now!
A is for Arborist, where you'll learn how to maintain and care for trees and shrubs.
B is for Boiler Maker, where you'll learn how to cut, shape, assemble and weld steel to construct and repair metal products and structures for boilers, ships, iron and steel structures and other vessels.
C is for Chef, where you'll learn how to learn how to safely prepare, cook and present a variety of food and how to clean and maintain kitchens and equipment.
D is for Decorating and Painting, where you'll learn how to apply paints, varnishes, wallpapers and other finishes to maintain and decorate surfaces on or outside residential, commercial, hospitality and other industrial buildings.
E is for Electrician, where you'll learn how to install and maintain electrical systems in buildings and homes.
F is for Fabrication (Boilermaker), where you'll learn how to draw, determine specification requirements, cut metal, shape and bend metal, align parts and a lot more.
G is for Glazier, where you'll learn how to measure, cut, shape, fit and install glass in domestic/residential or commercial properties.
H is for Hairdresser, where you'll learn how to cut, color, and style hair, helping clients look and feel their best.
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Following Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s delivery of the federal budget for 2022-23, the Government is focussed on its commitment to continue to support small businesses describing them as being “at the heart” of the Australian economy with Australian’s small businesses employing around 7.8 million workers.