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ELECTRICIAN APPRENTICESHIPS

 
Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians Apprenticeships offers you the opportunities to train, study and earn an income at a variety of trades qualification levels.

As a Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprentice, you can combine time at work with training, and can be either full- time, part-time or school-based. When you finish your Metro Electrical Apprenticeship, you will have recognised qualifications that can take you anywhere, giving you many options for your future.
You can begin your Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians Apprenticeship after finishing year 10, Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians can offer opportunities for you to train, study and earn an income at a variety of qualification levels in most occupations as well as in traditional trades.
You can combine time at work with training, it can be either full-time, part-time or school-based. When finishing your Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians Apprenticeship, you will have a recognised qualification giving you many options for your future to think about.

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What does being an electrician involve?

Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians install, maintain, repair and test electrical equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes.You need to have the ability to read and interpret complex electrical, architectural and mechanical diagrams to assess the safest, most efficient and cost effective electrical solution.

Studying the right subjects

Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprentice need to have a very high understanding of mathematics and are usually required to have completed Maths B as a minimum in High School. These subjects help you to understand how things work, how they fit together and problem-solving skills. With any electrical apprenticeship, the electrical trade is extremely hands on.

Gaining the right skills

Doing the right subjects are a great start on the right path to become a licensed Metro Electrical electrician, developing your people skills, being able to clearly explain what your intentions are for the job and how it will affect your customers. Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprentice need to have normal colour vision it is important when selecting the right wire.

Give yourself the best chance of getting an electrical apprenticeship

Many employers will only look at Electrical apprentices who have previously completed any kind of pre-apprenticeship course, usually resulting in a Certificate II in Electrotechnology. These are valuable learning experiences that will not only set you apart but give you an advantage over other applicants.

Complete an apprenticeship!

Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprentice must have completed their trade and obtained their electrical licence to be able to legally work within the industry! When looking for electrical work you can search for an electrical apprenticeship on job sites or contact local electrical businesses.

Tips for applying for an apprenticeship:

  • Complete all sections of your application form in full and detailed
  • Upload all the documents required for your application e.g. Police Clearance Certificate,
  • Colour Vision Certificate, Licences, Permits.
  • Completed Year 10 or above
  • Australian C Class Drivers licence preferred
  • Any completed course or qualification, upload a copy of your academic record

Career Opportunities

As a Metro Electrical Electrician apprenticeship one of the best ways to build a career in the electrical industry. The Electrical trade is highly regarded, it’s well paid and many electricians go on to start their own businesses.

How to get started to be an Electrician

A Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprenticeship generally takes four years and includes three years of trade school studies, if you are decide to study and train to be an Electrician, an Electrical apprenticeship is the formal course to take at trade school, UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician.

Ways to get started:

  • Work experience – finding out what’s is involved in being a Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians apprentice.
  • School-based apprenticeship – can be started in Year 11.
  • Pre-apprenticeship course – a stepping stone to the Electrical apprenticeship program.
  • Readiness Assessment – a test available to potential apprentices

To apply please email your resumes in PDF format, we only accept resumes via email. Please advise what position you are applying for in the subject of the email.