At My Gateway we provide continuous support, guidance and opportunities to help you reach your future career goals. Whether you want to open up your own business, be your own boss, work your way up in the corporate world, we are part of the journey to help get you there. Just think what you could achieve when you start with a powerful combination of real world, hands on experience and matching qualification.
When you become an apprentice or trainee with My Gateway, you will receive the following benefits:
Start your career – get trained, get qualified and get the job of your dreams!
Be paid correctly – get paid on time every week with the correct wage
No student debt – we pay your TAFE/training fees
Job security – we can place you with an alternate business if work runs out
Dedicated mentor – we provide you with a support person to help guide you through your apprenticeship or traineeship
Be issued a work uniform – *trade specific
Safe work environment – all our work sites are safety checked
Air Conditioning Mechanics select components, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain refrigeration systems, air-conditioning units and equipment.
Boilermakers (fabricators) produce metal fabricated products such as structures, frames, plate assemblies, pipe-work and vessels using tools, welding and thermal cutting equipment and fabrication techniques.
Bricklayers lay bricks, pre-cut stone, concrete blocks and other types of building blocks in mortar (concrete) to construct and repair walls, foundations, partitions, arches and other structures.
Administrators perform a range of routine duties in an office environment. Eg answering phones, data entry, photocopying, scanning, emailing, typing documents, filing, customer service.
Carpenters construct, erect, install, finish and repair wooden structures and fixtures on residential and commercial buildings. Eg stand frames, eaves, trusses, architraves, skirting, hang doors, windows, etc
Childcare workers support the implementation of an approved learning framework, and support children’s wellbeing, learning and development in a day care centre. Eg change nappies, prepare meals, lesson planning, supervising play time activities.
Civil construction is a segment of the broader construction industry focused on designing, building and maintaining core infrastructure like pipelines, telecommunications, sewers, water treatment systems, highways, roads, bridges and railways.
Formworkers prepare falsework that provides temporary support structures for forms and undertake formwork. Working on large commercial sites, working with steel and not timber. Eg. Lay slabs, support beams, columns, walls, stairs, ramps and erect scaffolding.
Electricians select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in building and premises. It includes ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician‘s licence‘. Eg install lights, power points, switch boards, data and power cabling. Can work in either a residential or commercial site.
Fitter Machinists are responsible for fabricating, assembling, maintaining and repairing precision instruments and equipment/machines. Eg use lathes, mills and drilling machines and a range of welding equipment.
Heavy Vehicle Mechanics work on heavy commercial vehicles performing a range of service, repair and diagnostic procedures. Work on trucks and buses. Eg engines, transmissions, final drive assemblies, brakes, steering, suspension and electrical systems.
Horticulturalists assist gardeners with planting, pruning, maintenance and repair of parks, gardens and their structures. Eg. Weeding, lawn mowing, whipper snipping, fertilising, plant identification.
IT technicians provide basic administration and maintenance of the user environment, including hardware and software troubleshooting, program installation, customisation, and training to meet user needs. They can either do help desk support or networking.
Landscapers undertake a range of tasks to do with the planting trees and shrubs, hard landscaping and maintenance of gardens. Eg. build retaining walls, concreting, pergolas, design of gardens.
Plant Mechanics service and repair the mechanical and electrical systems of mobile plant such as the engine, transmission, electrical, final drive, steering, hydraulic and braking systems. Eg work on excavators, bob cats, ride on mowers.
Plumbers specialise in installing, maintaining and repairing pipes, drains, cladding, mechanical services and related equipment for water supply, gas, drainage, sewage, heating and cooling and other systems. Can work in either a residential or commercial site.
Receptionists undertake office work as well as greeting people and attending to enquiries made in person, over the phone and via business email. Eg. Answering phones, booking meeting rooms, meet and greet customers.
Sheetmetal Workers produce metal sheet products such as ducting, hoods, lightweight structures, sheet assemblies, tanks and containers using tools, welding and thermal cutting equipment and development techniques.
Lay out, cut, assemble and repair products made of various textiles such as canvas, plastics and sail material for the automotive, marine, domestic and commercial shade covering industries.
Warehouse workers use computers and mobile load lifting equipment and pack, move, receive and despatch goods in an industrial warehouse.
Wood Machinists work in a timber mill where they set up, operate and maintain woodworking machines, such as planers, moulders, drilling machines, routers and saws in order to cut, plane, shape and sand wood to the required shape and size.
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