Start a Welding and Boilermaking Apprenticeship
Using engineering drawings, Boilermakers and Welders fabricate from a flat piece of steel to create structural forms using measuring, cutting, rolling, heating, forming and welding. A Welding and Boilermaking Apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to gain hands on experience in this exciting field while you work towards a nationally recognised qualification.
How to Become a Boilermaker or Welder?
There can be so much pressure to pick the right career, that’s why here at Skill Hire we offer helpful and insightful advice that helps to choose a career you’ll love. If you’ve not yet seen them, have a read of our latest tips on Choosing where to specialise and How to Start a Welding & Boilermaking Apprenticeship of your own.
In becoming a Boilermaker & Welder Apprentice with Skill Hire, you’ll be able to make your start in this high demand profession and enjoy continued employment, regular income, national accreditation and a dedicated field officer that helps you throughout your journey.
What Does a Boilermaker and Welder Do?
Learn more about Welding and Boilermaking Apprenticeships…
While job roles can vary, Boilermakers and Welders are likely to be exposed to the following tasks:
- Study fabrication drawings and specifications to determine requirements
- Cutting marked out metal sections and shapes using hand tools, flame cutting torches and metal cutting machines
- Shaping and bending metal sections and pipes using hand and machine tools
- Aligning parts to be joined using hand tools and equipment
- Plus much more!
Career Outlook Boilermakers and Welders
The unemployment rate for welding trades was below national average in 2018. With the total number of people working as Welders expected to grow to 82,700 by 2023, there is a projected 9,400 job openings each year.
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Download our free factsheet “What’s it like to be a Boilermaker and Welder?”
5 year job growth
Anticipated new roles
Want to Start Your Welding and Boilermaking Apprenticeship?
To commence a Welding and Boilermaking Apprenticeship with Skill Hire, you will need to;
- be an Australian citizen; or hold an appropriate work visa
- be at least 15 years of age
- have completed a relevant pre-apprenticeship
Delivery Locations: All metro and regional areas
Average Duration: Approximately 48 months
Cost of Program: Free! All training costs reimbursed by us.
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