Duties and Responsibilities:
As a Cabinet Making Apprentice you will develop the skills and knowledge required to use hand and power tools to assemble furniture components; select and apply hardware; join solid timber panels; hand make timber joints; setup, operate and maintain machinery; prepare surfaces for finishing; fabricate custom furniture; on-site installation of finished products; produce manual and computer aided production drawings; prepare cutting lists from plans and job specifications; read and interpret plans and specifications; estimate and cost jobs; and handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances.
This is a great opportunity to develop skills and knowledge through completing on the job working experience and training with an employer whilst completing a nationally recognised course of training through a registered training organisation.
- A willingness to develop skills and knowledge.
- The ability to listen, follow instructions and ask for assistance when required.
- The desire to make a positive contribution to the workplace by being punctual, showing interest and adhering to the relevant workplace policies and procedures.
- The ability to act responsibly and safely in the workplace.
- The ability to develop effective working relationships both in the workplace as well as with Golden West Apprenticeships team members.
- The ability to complete timesheets correctly and on-time.
- Work experience in your chosen industry
To fulfil the requirements of Cabinet Making Apprenticeship with Golden West Apprenticeships you will:
- Abide by the terms and conditions of the Training Contract.
- Complete Golden West Apprenticeships inductions.
- Perform work in a satisfactory manner.
- Commit to and complete the Training Plan in the timeframe allocated by completing theory based assessments and demonstrating skills through competency based assessments to the best of your ability.
- Comply with registration relevant to your field of work, in particular the Further Education and Training Act and the Work Health and Safety Act.