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Automotive and Engineering Apprenticeships


Quick Facts | Automotive and Engineering Apprenticeships


To be an automotive or engineering apprentice you need to:
  • Enjoy practical and manual activities
  • Ability to work with hand tools
  • Technical aptitude
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Physically fit


What you get if you join WPC Group
  • Earn while you learn
  • A dedicated consultant from WPC who will:
  • Make sure you’re enrolled at TAFE
  • Guide you through your Apprenticeship
  • Assistance with your TAFE fees
  • Free Ambulance cover for 12mths

What's in it for YOU?

You'll enjoy earning while you learn and receive a nationally recognised qualification on completion.

A dedicated consultant from WPC Group will make sure you're enrolled at TAFE and be there to help guide you through your apprenticeship.


How to Apply for an Apprenticeship

Visit our current apprenticeship Vacancies.

You can choose to submit an online application by completing a few easy steps.

Contact your nearest office to speak to our friendly recruitment team.

Types of jobs



Resources


Automotive

Light/Heavy Vehicle Motor Mechanic
Certificate III Automotive (Mechanical Light Vehicle) or
(Mechanical Heavy Vehicle) (4yrs)

Spare Parts Interpreter
Certificate III Automotive (Sales – parts interpretation (4yrs)

Engineering

Fitting and Turning
Certificate III Engineering Mechanical (4yrs)

Boiler Making
Certificate III Engineering Fabrication (4yrs)


A Snapshot of Duties & Tasks
  • Automotive
  • Repair and tune engines
  • Reassemble, test, clean & adjust parts
  • Diagnose, repair and Replace Engine management
  • Work with fuel injection components
  • Engineering
  • Set-up and adjust metalwork machines
  • Operate machines to produce parts or tools
  • Fit and assemble metal parts
  • Set-up/operate hand & machine tools
  • Check numeracy and quality of finished parts


Click here to download the
Automotive and Engineering flyer