Why should you complete a Fabrication Apprenticeship or Mechanical Apprenticeship through Concept GTO?

Engineering is involved in almost every aspect of our lives from our home to our car, our smartphone, our appliances and the trucks, trains and boats that keep our country moving. Despite many of the facets of production and manufacturing being automated, there is still a requirement to ensure the equipment is maintained and the human element of being able to create and fix.

As a Fabrication apprentice you will learn how to work with metal for a variety of applications. You can even choose to specialise in working with sheet metal, air conditioning, structural steel, pressure vessels and custom fabrication and welding. As a Boilermaker you will learn how to produce metal structures, frames and pipe work using cutting and fabrication techniques.

Clearly this is still a required trade based on the number of apprentices in this field. Metal trades apprenticeships are the most in-demand in the Australia with 66,000 people commencing in the 12 months to March 2020.

ApprenticeshipCareer PathsLink
Cert III MechanicalFluid Power Mechanic
Maintenance Mechanic/Motor Mechanic
Mechanical Fitter
Plant Mechanic
Tool and Die Maker
Metal Machinist (First Class) – Engineering
Fitter – Metal
Metal Fabricator (Boilermaker)
Fitter & Turner
See all the career opportunities with a metal trades apprenticeship here
Cert III FabricationBoilermaker
Sheetmetal Worker (First Class)
Foundry Tradesperson (Moulder)
Welder (First Class) – Engineering
Pressure Welder – Engineering
Composites Tradesperson

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