D2C Plus Apprenticeship Register

From time to time the CITB will contact past and current D2C Plus participants with information about apprenticeships. Participants are encouraged to view apprenticeships and submit a registration of interest.

Available as of 19/6/17 

Apprenticeship - Certificate III in Carpentry with Maxima
  • Earn an income whilst Studying towards a Certificate III in Carpentry.
  • Kick start your career in carpentry.
  • Entry level position, on the job support and training provided.

Rewarding opportunity currently available. Gain a nationally accredited qualification and learn all aspects of Carpentry. Apprenticeship wages apply.

Two opportunities in Southern Adelaide and one opportunity in  Northern Adelaide the successful candidate must have:

  • A good eye for detail.
  • The ability to work in extreme weather conditions and at heights
  • Technical aptitude in order to follow plans
  • Good hand-eye co-ordination
  • Strong physical fitness and enjoy practical work
  • Previous on site labouring or carpentry experience
  • Experience in the use of power tools
  • Completed a Certificate 2 in Carpentry/Doorways2Construction course
  • Provisional/full drivers licence and own reliable vehicle.

This exciting opportunity will provide paid hands on experience whilst studying a nationally accredited Certificate III in Carpentry.

Apprenticeship in Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying (CPC30111) with a private employer

The attributes that the employer would be looking for to become a successful Bricklayer are:

  • Physically fit and not afraid of hard work.
  • Willing to learn.
  • Must be punctual and attentive.
  • Must have a desire to be a Bricklayer with recent experience in D2C / Work Placement / Pre-vocational training.
  • Ideally would have a current driver’s license and a car.
  • The employer works mainly on single story brick veneer dwellings but does do numerous other large and small jobs that will give the apprentice a sound knowledge of all areas of the Bricklaying/Blocklaying trade.
  • The employer is based in the North Eastern suburbs and works everywhere but only occasionally in the South.
  • Able to commence ASAP, unfortunately school-based apprenticeships are not available.
Apprenticeship Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30211) with Career Employment Group (CEG)

There are multiple vacancies for this position  and if successful they would be employed through an Adelaide based Group Training Organisation (GTO) which employs apprentices in various qualifications in the construction industry.

The selection process will involve an interview and perhaps work placement.

The attributes that the employer would be looking for to become a successful carpenter are:

  • Physically fit
  • Must have a desire to be a carpenter with recent carpentry experience (D2C / work placement).
  • White Card and/or Certificate 1 or 2 in Construction is preferred.
  • Current driver’s license and a reliable car.
  • Ability to follow Safe Work Method Statements, includes wearing appropriate PPE.
  • Satisfactorily pass a pre-employment medical.
  • Be prepared to undergo a required background screening.
  • There are employment opportunities with hosts based in the Adelaide metropolitan area as well as southern, northern and western areas.
  • Able to commence ASAP (school-based apprenticeships will be considered, but will need to be confirmed with the host employer).

If this position is of interest to you, please register by close of business Friday 9th June 2017.


Apprenticeship Certificate III in Roof Plumbing (CPC32612) with Career Employment Group (CEG)

There are multiple vacancies for this position  and if successful they would be employed through an Adelaide-based Group Training Organisation (GTO) which employs apprentices in various qualifications in the construction industry.

The selection process will involve an interview and perhaps work placement.

The attributes that the employer would be looking for to become a successful Roof Plumber are:

  • Physically fit
  • Able to work long hours including weekends.
  • A desire to work on both residential and commercial building sites.
  • Able to work at heights.
  • Ability to work within a team.
  • Ability to follow Safe Work Method Statements, including wearing appropriate PPE.
  • White Card and/or Certificate 1 or 2 in Construction is preferred.
  • Current driver's license and reliable car.
  • Satisfactorily pass a pre-employment medical.
  • Be prepared to undergo a required background screening.
  • There are employment opportunities with hosts based in the Adelaide metropolitan area as well as southern areas.
  • Able to commence ASAP (school-based apprenticeships will be considered, but will need to be confirmed with the host employer).

If this position is of interest to you, please register by close of business Friday 9th June 2017.

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