Have you considered a career in Locksmithing? If the answer is yes, then you need to consider an apprenticeship in Locksmithing. A locksmith may be required to perform services ranging from providing customers with a new transponder key for their Volkswagen Golf, provide advice on best securing one's valuable jewellery or designing and implementing a high-security restricted master key system for a high-rise building. The services and skillsets of locksmiths has also changed dramatically, with automotive specialists, forensic locksmiths and those that’s expertise lies in safe work becoming more and more prominent. Does the chance to work full time in a paid Apprenticeship sound appealing to you? Do you want to gain a qualification that is recognised everywhere in Australia? We have an opportunity available for an eager candidate to commence a traineeship. We require a new team member to join our team of apprentices and trainees completing apprenticeship and traineeships throughout Australia. This opportunity is to complete Certificate III in Locksmith (Qualification Code: MEM30805). What would you be doing? Re-key Locks Key cutting Restricted Master Key Systems Electronic Security Install locks Door installation Security monitoring 24 emergency service Alarm installation Alarm monitoring Fitting security screen doors CCTV Safe Installations & Safe Sales Safe Picking Change safe combinations Security Audits Repair or replace broken locks Home security advice Lock sales Forensic Locksmithing Covert surveillance Transponder cloning Automotive lock-outs Domestic lock-outs Install door closers Keys cut to code Commercial Door Hardware Window locking devices Hardware sales Supply & repair of remotes Home automation So, are you wondering if you have what it takes to be considered for this opportunity? All you need is: A willingness to learn – this is an entry level job, so we provide all the necessary training! A positive, can-do attitude Reliability and punctuality What we can offer our candidates: Ongoing, paid, full-time employment in an apprenticeship No HECS or HELP fees for training! A qualification that can be used Australia wide. The first step towards building a long-term career Mentoring and support from our experienced field staff to help you stay on track Training in this qualification is paid by TABMA. You are paid to attend training and is usually completed by on-the-job training and assessment depending on your knowledge and previous experience. TABMA Apprentices and Trainees is a nationally registered group training organisation specialises in the employment of both trade apprentices and trainees and trainees and apprentices completing various vocations in the timber, construction, furnishing and manufacturing industries. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you then send your resume and cover letter through now and one of our recruitment team members will be in touch! Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Apprentice wages apply for this position.