Completing a mechanical apprenticeship opens a host of job opportunities and career paths for good people, with the right skills. As a mechanical apprentice you will study, and work, towards becoming a motor mechanic who maintains, inspects, finds faults and repairs mechanical components in vehicles and equipment.

A mechanical apprenticeship doesn’t limit you to working on cars. You will have the opportunity to explore specific career paths in plant machinery and equipment, or look at working on other heavy vehicles including buses and trucks.

Concept GTO can find you an apprenticeship that will keep you engaged in your study and work while providing you the support you need to succeed. We work with a host of well-known and reputable companies who can facilitate a great learning and working environment for you.

ApprenticeshipCareer PathsLink
Cert III MechanicalFluid Power Mechanic
Mechanic/Motor Mechanic
Mechanical Fitter
Plant Mechanic
Tool and Die Maker
Metal Machinist (First Class)
Fitter – Metal
Metal Fabricator
Fitter & Turner
See all the career opportunities available when you complete a mechanical apprenticeship

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