Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) APPRENTICESHIP
HEAVY VEHICLE ROAD TRANSPORT (MECHANIC)
Lay the groundwork for a rewarding career in the building and construction industry with a Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) apprenticeship through All Trades Queensland.
Discover how to keep a fleet of heavy vehicles moving and in top condition with the Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) apprenticeship from All Trades.
You’ll learn how to work on heavy commercial vehicles and will be right for employment in the automotive and repair sector on completion of your certification.
As a heavy commercial vehicle technician, you might find yourself working on a mine site or as part of a government infrastructure project. Your work could take you to remote locations and a fly in-fly out role, or you could end up progressing through the ranks and into a supervisory or management role.
No matter where you want your career to go, we will show you the foundation you need to make an impact. We’ll teach you the nuts and bolts of busses and trucks from engines and gearboxes all the way down to braking systems and the rubber that hits the road.
Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) apprenticeships are now open for application with All Trades Queensland.
As a heavy vehicle mechanic, you could work for road transport firms, machinery dealers, some service stations, heavy vehicle repairers, bus companies or in the mining industry.
You can broaden from road vehicles into all sorts of heavy machinery or move up to become a master technician and set up your own workshop.
Take the first step towards your dream career and apply for a mechanic apprenticeship today!
We don’t require any certification or qualification to get you on board with your apprenticeship or traineeship. Whether you are a school-aged apprentice, a school leaver or a mature-aged apprentice looking to change careers, we can help. Your training is designed to be flexible, and we offer a balance between on the job training and your classroom education.
When it comes to your on the job training, we will match you with an employer who has the ability to educate you in the problem solving, technology and trade skills that you need to be a valued worker. You will learn how to use a range of tools and will know how to take apart an engine and put the whole thing back together. Whether it’s diagnosing and repairing a charging system, carrying out a standard service or repairing an engine’s air brakes – you will learn it all in this comprehensive certification.
During your on the job training, you’ll be paid a wage and any entitlements. You will also be given access to the tools and personal protective equipment that you need to stay safe at work.
Qualification and Career Pathways
Your Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) apprenticeship will be completed in a combination of on the job training and classroom work. Your training will cover a range of technical, engine, mechanical, welding, fabrication, transmission, wheels and tyre, steering, suspension and electrical education. Your employer will be on hand to show you every technique and will demonstrate best practice to make sure you’re learning the right way the first time.
Once you have completed your qualification, you will be able to gain employment in a mining company, workshop, garage, or other corporate trades environment. You can work anywhere in Australia with your qualification – or even overseas.
Get started today by applying below for one of our Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) apprenticeship vacancies below!
Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Mechanic) Apprenticeship