Metal Fabrication apprentices learn how to shape and fabricate metal. They learn to weld using TiG, MiG and arc welders, and cut, shape, assemble and fit metal in production and maintenance. As the trade uses emerging technologies, strong numerical skills and problem solving abilities are an advantage for engineering apprentices.
Engineering apprenticeships with AGA usually around 4 years to complete and involve both on-the-job work experience (with a host employer) and trade school training (delivered at no cost by AGA at one of our training facilities).
Engineering with AGA
AGA usually offers full time metal fabrication apprenticeships in multiple regions each year. Positions will be advertised here on our website when they become available.
All of our successful applicants :
- Receive reimbursement of course fees upon completion of your training;
- Will be placed with a host employer who will provide you with on-the-job training and work experience;
- Receive ongoing support and mentoring from a dedicated AGA field officer who will visit you in the workplace and arrange all of your training, placements, tool kit and safety gear.
Applicants need to be prepared to :
More information on Cert III Engineering apprenticeships with AGA
- Make their own travel arrangements to get to work (a licence is desirable);
- Accept work placements as provided by their field officer, which may involve rotation between more than one host employer.