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Next Step Engineering

14 Week Program


Complete this program and gain:

Practical training in a simulated industry environment, giving you skills and knowledge to hit the ground running when you start an Apprenticeship or employment.

Nationally Accredited qualifications and experience:

  1. MEM20422 – Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
  2. CPCWHS1001 – Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry

Work readiness support including resume and career action plan.

Opportunities for work experience to ensure you’re on the path to success.

Variety of opportunities to work with different trade businesses to build your experience.

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ATTC’s Engineer Your Career Pre-Apprenticeship and Pre-Employment programs are the perfect opportunity for:

  1. Students who are interested in pursuing a trade, either through an apprenticeship or as a career after secondary school, and

  2. Jobseekers looking to gain a employment in a trade industry.

By gaining the skills and experience to hit the ground running, you will have a competitive edge with businesses who are looking for Apprentices or employees now.

As a ATTC Apprentice, you will also get access to extra courses, licences and tickets that might not be on offer with other employers.

This program is up to 14 weeks in duration.

If there are a minimum of ten students, ATTC can also deliver a program at your school.

Apprenticeship trade pathways include – Engineering, Manufacturing, Automotive, Fabrication, Welding, Heavy Machinery Mechanics and many more.


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Choose your industry

Construction, Carpentry & Joinery

Receive a nationally recognised qualification in the building and construction industry.

From carpentry and plumbing, to roofing and any field under general construction, you will learn all the right skills to work onsite with success competently and safely.

Leading to a variety of career opportunities and the potential to run your own business, this course suits those who work with their hands and enjoy solving problems.

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Automotive qualifications offer you hands-on skills and training in an evolving a growing yet changing industry both in Australia and overseas.

Learning about troubleshooting/ diagnosing processes when inspecting and testing electrical, mechanical systems, engines and their drive systems, carrying out service operations on both petrol and diesel vehicles/ machinery and other core skills that can lead to working on light and heavy vehicles, being a spare parts interpreter or an auto-electrician.

Pursue a career in the automotive industry if you’re interested in cars, trucks, agricultural equipment, possess good work technical skills, and work well with your hands!

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Electrotechnology includes the design, maintenance, installation and repair for all electrical and electronic equipment.

The technology stretches across many sectors including mining, manufacturing, ICT and communications, construction, renewables, domestic and commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning.

The Electrical Services industry (a subsector within Electrotechnology) involves electrical wiring or fittings in buildings and other construction projects, and repair and maintenance of existing electrical equipment and fixtures.

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Become qualified in an engineering trade specialising in a mechanical or fabrication career.

You will gain practical and technical skills required for a manufacturing function, creating potential career opportunities across the resources and mining industries.

Strong teamwork skills, coordination and problem-solving skills will help you succeed in this trade.

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As a key occupation, plumbing is one of the top three occupations in the construction industry with both general and specialised plumbers in demand.

Plumbers perform a full range of plumbing services from skills in installing pipe work, testing and maintaining pipes, fixtures, gas regulators, installing pumps, gas appliances, water tanks, water heaters and water heating systems.

Plumbers with different specialisations are areas of particularly high demand.

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Hospitality and Cookery

Hospitality and Cookery qualifications align learners to the standards expected in the environment of restaurants, hotels, clubs and accommodation.

Learners will gain the knowledge and practical skills to ensure smooth running of establishments that can include catering operations, kitchen operations, and commercial cookery.

These qualifications are perfect if you have a passion for hospitality, cookery, being customer-focused, and demonstrating professionalism.

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Business and WHS

Business qualifications provide you the right skills to play a critical role in the operations of an organisation.

Learn and sharpen your abilities to complete the day-to-days steps across financial tasks, office technology tasks, IT tasks and formal writing tasks.

With diverse opportunities across schools, government and other service providers, this is an ideal qualification if you communicate well and follow instructions methodically – or even if you are looking to build your current skills in a management capacity.

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Our qualification in cabinet making will help you excel in this specialist industry.

Gain training in a defined range of skilled operations that will get you working competently in an installation, renovation and production capacity.

By honing your skills, you will have a solid foundation to work in a range of commercial and private sectors.

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