Murray Mallee Training Company Ltd has been a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) since 1996, providing Nationally Accredited Training to Apprentices and Trainees in Victoria and New South Wales. Qualifications ranging from Certificate II to IV are available for a diverse range of Business and Industry including:
Programs are designed and wherever possible facilities set up to enhance flexibility of delivery in order to maximise the opportunity for access and participation by disadvantaged students.
Your Training Consultant can assist you in the sourcing of appropriate support service providers that may help you overcome barriers and/or personal issues.
Should you and your employer decide to select MMTC Ltd as your Training Provider, a Training Consultant will visit you to discuss the Training Program in more detail including the development of a Training Plan, identification of any required off-the-job training, Assessment Methods and their frequency.
Call us on 03 5033 1216 to take the first step on your new career path today!
So you are interested in one or more of the above industries, but don't really know what they are about. We have many more apprenticeship/traineeship types available, but here are some basic descriptions to get you started:
Alternative Titles: Chippie, Construction Worker, Builder
Carpenters construct, erect, install, finish and repair wooden and metal structures and fixtures on residential and commercial buildings. They may also work on large concrete, steel and timber structures such as bridges, dams, power stations and civil engineering projects.
Bricklayers lay and bond bricks in the domestic, commercial and public buildings, pre-cut stone, concrete and other types of building blocks in mortar to construct and repair walls, foundations, partitions, arches and other structures.
Plumbers work in all areas that require pipes: sanitary, water, cooling, heating, roofing, drainage and emergency systems. These areas may include domestic, horticulture, agriculture, industrial, commercial and housing industries.
Alternative Titles: Electrotechnology Systems Electrician, Engineering Tradesperson - Electrical/Electronics
Electricians install, maintain, repair, test and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes. Electricians may also work on electrical transmission and distribution equipment.
Trade: Automotive Small Engines
Alternative Titles: Automotive Motorcycle Mechanic, Light Engine Technician, Mechanic, Outdoor Power Equipment Mechanic
Light engine mechanics test, service and repair small engines and parts in motorcycles, boats and
other small engine-powered equipment such as chainsaws, brushcutters, lawnmowers, pumps
and stationary engines.
Trade: Automotive - Light Stream
Alternative Titles: Automotive Technician, Car Mechanic, Mechanic, Motor Mechanic, Vehicle Mechanic
Light vehicle motor mechanics service, repair and overhaul the mechanical parts of motor vehicles such as the engine, the transmission (clutch, gear box and differential), and the suspension systems (springs, steering, brakes, wheels and tyres).
Trade: Administration - Store-Person
Industry: Transport and Logistics (All)
Alternative Titles: Despatch Clerk, Stores Assistant, Warehouse Assistant, Transport & Distribution
Storepersons receive, handle and despatch goods coming into, or going out of, stores or warehouses.
Trade: Administration - Receptionist
Other Titles: Front Office Administrator
Receptionists greet people and attend to enquiries made by phone or in person. Receptionists are expected to be able to present an appropriate image for the organisation and deal competently with the people and problems they encounter.
Trade: Engineering - Fabrication
Engineering Patternmaker who constructs full-size engineering models (called patterns) out of timber. These are used in manufacturing to produce metal castings, copy models, vacuum form tooling, and tooling for the automotive, aircraft and fibreglass industries. Patternmakers also produce visual models, experimental models and models for the manufacture of prototype developmental products.
Trade: Engineering - Light Fabrication
Sheetmetal Worker (Light Fabrication) who manufactures a variety of products and components using thin sheetmetal materials. A sheetmetal worker uses hand tools, power tools and other machines to mark out, cut, shape and join a variety of sheetmetal materials. They work with galvanised steel, mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and brass.
Trade: Engineering - Boilermaker
Boilermaker (Heavy Fabrication) who cuts, shapes, assembles and joins heavy gauge metal parts to produce or repair containers that have to withstand pressure, such as ships, boilers and storage tanks. They shape and bend sections and pipes by forging or using hand and machine tools such as vices, hydraulic presses and rolling machines. Parts and structures are assembled by welding, bolting or riveting, or in some cases using large equipment such as cranes.
Trade: Engineering - Blacksmith
Blacksmith who shapes bars, rods and blocks of metal using hand or power tools to produce or repair metal articles. They may adjust metal and heat to the correct temperature in a forge or electric furnace; hammer, punch or cut metal to size and shape on an anvil or other surface; check part sizes using measuring instruments; and use a variety of welding methods including electric arc, MIG and TIG welding or oxy-acetylene welding to join parts. The finished article is then hardened by heating and cooling in an oil or water bath, or by cooling gradually in air.
Trade: Agriculture - Broad Acre
Alternative Titles: Drover, Musterer, Station Hand
Farm hands assist farmers and graziers with growing crops and/or feeding and raising livestock. Sheep/Cattle Station Hands muster stock for branding, shearing, crutching, dipping and yarding for sale. They also maintain fences, bores, troughs and windmills. Cropping involves operating machinery to sow, maintain and harvest cereal crops.
Alternative Titles: Crop Farmer, Farm Overseer
Farmers and farm managers undertake farming operations to cultivate cereal crops and other agricultural products. A farmer is a self-employed person who farms their own land or a leasehold property rented from a landowner. A farm manager is an employee who is paid a salary to manage a farm or group of farms.