Painting & Decorating Apprenticeship (Out of Trade) – Mount Barker

Statewide Group Training has a position available for Fresh or Out of Trade Painting & Decorating Apprentice in the Adelaide Hills and surrounding areas to work toward completing their Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate) as a Painter & Decorator

Out of Trade Painting & Decorating Apprentices are encouraged to apply.

Typical Responsibilities of a Painting & Decorating Apprentice  

  • Painting of new and existing homes
  • Effective time management to ensure deadlines are met
  • Learning and perfecting your skills

Key Benefits to a Painting & Decorating Apprentice

  • long term opportunities for the right candidate 
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)

Key Requirements of a Painting & Decorating Apprentice

  • Commitment to completing your Apprenticeship
  • You must be physically fit, reliable and able to pass a drug and alcohol test.
  • Must hold a current drivers Licence
  • Must have a passion for painting & decorating
  • Great attention to detail

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply: 

If you want to continue your career as a Painter & Decorator please send your resume and letter of application attn. James Vaninetti to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

 

Carpentry Apprenticeship - Mount Barker 

(Out of Trade 3rd/4th Year)

Statewide Group Training has a position available for a 3rd or 4th year Out of Trade Apprentice in CPC30211 Certificate 3 in Carpentry.

Our Host Employer is based near Mount Barker and covers all parts of Adelaide, Adelaide Hills and the Fleurieu.

Only out of Trade Apprentices need Apply (An Out Of Trade Apprentice is someone that has started an Apprenticeship and then had the contract cancelled)

Typical Responsibilities of a Carpentry Apprentice  

  • Assisting the Qualified Carpenter in construction, repair, etc.
  • Commitment to Learning the Trade
  • Understanding of Work Health & Safety in the Construction Industry
  • Understanding specified requirements including planning, deadlines, etc.

Key Benefits to a Carpentry Apprentice

  • long term opportunities for the right candidate 
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)

Key Requirements of a Carpentry Apprentice

  • Desire and passion to work in the industry and want to complete their apprenticeship
  • You must have successfully completed the 1st and 2nd year of your apprenticeship and have all Trade School up to date
  • Must have a current white card, police clearance and CITB number
  • Must hold a current drivers Licence with a reliable vehicle
  • Must be honest, reliable, physically fit and hard working
  • Must have checkable references
  • Must be able to pass a medical/physical which includes drug and alcohol testing

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply: 

If you want to continue your career as Carpenter please send a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter explaining why you are the right person for this position attention James Vaninetti to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.


Carpentry Apprenticeship - Gawler 

Statewide Group Training has a position available for a Carpentry Apprenticeship in the Gawler area to work toward a Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate) as a Carpenter.

Our Host employer is a family owned business based in Gawler.

Out of Trade Carpentry Apprentices are encouraged to apply.

Typical Responsibilities of a Carpentry Apprentice  

  • Assisting the Qualified Carpenter in construction, repair, etc.
  • Commitment to Learning the Trade
  • Understanding of Work Health & Safety in the Construction Industry
  • Understanding specified requirements including planning, deadlines, etc.

Key Benefits to a Carpentry Apprentice

  • long term opportunities for the right candidate 
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)
  • Experience in both Commercial and Private sectors (1st & 2nd fix)
  • Experience painting, gyprock fixing, tiling and concreting etc.

Key Requirements of a Carpentry Apprentice

  • Desire and passion to work in the industry and want to complete an apprenticeship
  • Must have a current white card, police clearance (or willing to obtain one)
  • Must hold a current drivers Licence with a reliable vehicle
  • Must be honest, reliable, physically fit and hard working
  • Must have checkable references
  • Must be able to pass a medical/physical which includes drug and alcohol testing

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply: 

If you want to continue your career as Carpenter please send a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter explaining why you are the right person for this position attention Tracy Francis to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.


Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprenticeship – Nuriootpa

Statewide Group Training has a position available for a Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprenticeship in Nuriootpa at a fast growing Engineering firm to work toward a Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate) as a Boiler Maker (Welder).

Our Host employer is based in Nuriootpa.

School Leavers are encouraged to apply as National Training Wages apply.

Out of Trade Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprentices are also encouraged to apply.

 

Typical Responsibilities of a Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprentice  

  • You will be involved in all aspects of Engineering
  • Commitment to Learning the Trade
  • Understanding of Work Health & Safety
  • Understanding specified requirements including planning, deadlines, etc.
  • Stainless and aluminium fabrication
  • Abrasive blasting & mild steel work  throughout the mining & wine industries

Key Benefits to a Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprentice

  • long term opportunities for the right candidate 
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)
  • Learning hands on with a supportive team

Key Requirements of a Boiler Maker (Welder) Apprentice

  • Commitment to approx. 4 Year Apprenticeship
  • You must be physically fit, reliable and able to pass a drug test.
  • Must hold a current drivers License
  • Must have a passion for Engineering
  • Basic Knowledge/Experience

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply: 

If you want a career as Boiler Maker (Welder) please send a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter attention Tracy Francis to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


 

 

Electrical Apprenticeship (Out of Trade 3rd/4th Year) – Port Augusta

 

Statewide Group Training has a position available in Port Augusta for an Out of Trade 3rd or 4th Year Electrical Apprentice.

Out of Trade Electrical Apprentices wanting to continue their electrical career by recommencing their apprenticeship need only apply.

Key Benefits to an Electrical Apprentice

  • long term career opportunities for the right candidates
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)

Key Requirements of an Electrical Apprentice

  • Commitment to completing your Apprenticeship
  • You must be physically fit, reliable and able to pass a drug test.
  • Must hold a current drivers License
  • Hold a current DCSI Police Check (Screened less than 2 months ago)
  • Up to date TAFE/RTO results
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to follow instructions
  • Awareness of WHS
  • Attention to detail
  • Motivated and positive attitude
  • Ability to work at heights or confined spaces

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply:

If you want to continue your career as an Electrician, please send an application letter, resume with 2 referees & current academic transcript attention Tracy Northcott on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

 

Agricultural Mechanic Apprenticeship – Strathalbyn

Statewide Group Training has a position available for an Agricultural Mechanic Apprenticeship in the Strathalbyn area to work toward a Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate) as an Agricultural Mechanic.

Out of Automotive/Diesel Mechanic Apprentices are encouraged to apply.

Typical Responsibilities of an Agricultural Mechanic Apprentice  

  • Follow a checklist of inspection procedures, Inspect brake systems, Steering mechanisms, transmissions, engines, and other parts of vehicles 
  • Do routine maintenance, such as changing oil, checking batteries, and lubricating equipment and parts.

Key Benefits to an Agricultural Mechanic Apprentice

  • long term opportunities for the right candidate 
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)

Key Requirements of an Agricultural Mechanic Apprentice

  • Commitment to approx. 4 Year Apprenticeship
  • You must be physically fit, reliable and able to pass a drug test.
  • Must hold a current drivers License
  • Must have a passion for working on Tractors, Harvesters & other Agricultural Equipment
  • Certificate 2 in an Automotive Mechanical Trade (Pre-Apprenticeship)

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply

If you want a career as an Agricultural Mechanic please send a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter attention Brendan Manning to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprenticeship – Adelaide

Statewide Group Training has a position available for a Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprenticeship in Adelaide area to work toward a Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate) as a Motor Mechanic (Light).

Out of Trade Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprentices are encouraged to apply.

Typical Responsibilities of a Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprentice  

  • Follow a checklist of inspection procedures, Inspect brake systems, Steering mechanisms, transmissions, engines, and other parts of vehicles
  • Do routine maintenance, such as changing oil, checking batteries, and lubricating equipment and parts.

Key Benefits to a Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprentice

  • Long term opportunities for the right candidate
  • Working towards Certificate 3 (Trade Certificate)

Key Requirements of a Motor Mechanic (Light) Apprentice

  • Commitment to approx. 4 Year Apprenticeship
  • You must be physically fit, reliable and able to pass a drug & alcohol test.
  • Must have or be willing to obtain a police check
  • Must hold a current drivers License and reliable transport
  • Must be passionate about repairing & servicing motor vehicles
  • Certificate 2 in an Automotive Mechanical Trade (Pre-Apprenticeship)
  • Must have great mechanical aptitude

Apprenticeship

This position is for an apprenticeship in South Australia. You must meet Government eligibility requirements for a Contract of Training.  More information at TAS Link.

How to Apply:

If you want a career as a Motor Mechanic (Light) please send a copy of your resume as well as a cover letter attention Joe Cirillo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.