Top 20 most popular apprenticeships in NSW
Begin a rewarding career in the automotive service and repair industry. This apprenticeship will see you learn skills to design, assemble, manufacture, install, maintain and service mechanical and mobile equipment, power systems. You’ll also learn to use computer-controlled machine tools.
A love of plants will come in handy as you master the principles of ‘greenscaping’, learning about plants, soils and drainage. You’ll create structures and features with hardscaping materials like timber, brick and stone, and learn about project management and workplace safety.
Anyone who’s painted a room in their house understands that painting, like other trades, is a craft that requires proper training. And there’s more to it than just wielding a brush: painters need communication and problem-solving skills, creativity, accuracy and the ability to manage their time.
Automotive electricians install, maintain and repair electrical wiring and electronic components in motor vehicles. You'll work with a variety of vehicles and machinery to test and diagnose electronic malfuncitons and install electrical components.
Civil construction plant operators work on large scale infrastructure projects. Learn to confidently operate small plant equipment and heavy machinery like rollers and tip trucks, and work as part of a team on a range of projects including roads, railways and airports.
This training provides a training pathway for a career path in the meat industry as a butcher. Learn safe and hygienic work practices, how to prepare meat and provide advice on cuts of meat to sell to customers in a retail or supermarket environment.
*List of Top 20 apprenticeships currently in training at July 23 is from the public Tableau reports.