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Electrical Training & Apprenticeship Opportunities

PEER - Albert Park, SA

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Albert Park, South Australia

Your trade career starts here!

If you want to be the best and join the best, then look no further. At PEER we:

  • Are one of South Australia’s largest employers of Apprentices and an award-winning Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
  • Have over 30 years’ experience in Apprenticeships and Training
  • Partner with over 250 businesses across South Australia
  • Are South Australia’s Leading Learning Organisation
  • A company that is focused and committed to WHS
  • Provide ongoing mentoring and support to our apprentices

About the Company:

PEER provides you with all the skills, tools and support you’ll need to get yourself ahead of the pack. Learn skills on and off the job, and train with host employers through an academy-based support model that will set you up for success.

We’ve spent the last 30 years training the men and women who spend every day building the future of SA.

  • Trained over 45,000 people
  • Trained over 3,000 apprentices
  • 90% apprentice completion rate
  • 95% of apprentices employed on completion
  • Partnerships with over 250 host organizations

As one of the largest employers of Apprentices in South Australia. PEER is your best choice to get the skills and support to set you up for life.

About the Role:

As an Electrical Apprentice with PEER, you will receive training and gain relevant competencies whilst assisting in the construction, maintenance and operation of equipment relating to the Electrical industry.

 Duties Include:

  • Wiring electrical systems and equipment
  • Connecting and testing electrical systems
  • Finding and repairing faults in electrical equipment and systems
  • Testing and Inspecting electrical systems

To become a PEER Apprentice, you need to:

  • Be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Hold a current drivers licence
  • Have your own reliable car
  • Be able to drive a manual vehicle
  • Have completed a Certificate II trade related course or,
  • Be prepared to complete a PEER Pre-App course
  • Be prepared to undergo drug and alcohol screening
  • Be willing to obtain a Working With Children Check
  • Have completed Year 11 or 12
  • Have good numeracy and literacy skills
  • Be committed to a nominal four-year training contract to achieve UEE 30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrical)

PEER Apprentices will, at times, be required to:

  • Travel up to 1 hour to and from work
  • Work industry hours between 6:00am and 6:00pm
  • Be available to work weekends
  • Work a reasonable amount of overtime
  • Work at heights, on ladders and on EWP equipment
  • Work in roof spaces
  • Work in Commercial, Domestic, Maintenance and Service sectors
  • Be physically fit and able to carry out manual handling activities

To become a successful PEER Apprentice, you need to:

  • Represent PEER in a professional manner
  • Embrace PEER Values
  • Have a willingness to learn
  • Have a great work ethic
  • Have excellent time management
  • Be able to follow instructions
  • Show initiative
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Be respectful and courteous

In return you will:

  • Be provided a mentor that will support you throughout your apprenticeship
  • Have 4 years of job security
  • Obtain a qualification upon successful completion of training
  • Earn while you learn
  • Receive exceptional training at our award-winning Trade Training Centre
  • Be provided with full uniform and PPE at no cost to you
  • Receive a fully equipped tool kit (interest free loan arrangement available)

PEER Recruitment Process:

  • https://peer.com.au/apprenticeships-traineeships/recruitment-process/

PEER Pre Apprenticeship Information:

  • https://peer.com.au/pre-apprenticeship-program/

How do I apply:

  • Click on Apply Now
  • Complete the screening questions, it’s important that you complete these questions
  • Upload a current resume
  • If shortlisted, expect an email within 14 days inviting you to a Suitability Assessment
  • Please note that if you have not heard from PEER within 14 days your application has not been successful
  • Due to the high volume of applications received only shortlisted applicants will be contacted
  • Please note that all correspondence from PEER is via email, remember to check your spam/junk folders

No recruitment agency enquiries

PEER is an Equal Opportunity Employer

RTO code: 7027

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