Apprentice Program

As a fast-growing organisation domestically and internationally we understand that to
successfully reach our goals we need to first build a solid foundation.

We must continue to ‘grow-our-own’ success and invest in our people. Our industry relies upon the development of high performing Apprentices who will be the leaders of the future, AMA will provide the opportunity and learning environment to shape these Apprentices.

As an AMA apprentice you will be provided with:

  • Competitive Industry Rates
  • Access to the AMA employee benefits
  • State of the Art training facilities
  • On the ground training and support

Once you have successfully completed your AMA apprenticeship in Panel or Paint, you can look forward to exciting career opportunities, such as:

  • Spray Painter or Panel Beater
  • Assembler/ Fitter and Stripper
  • Estimator
  • Parts Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Centre Manager
  • Great way to get a head start in a chosen career
  • Involve paid work and structured training that can be on-the-job, off-the-job or a combination of both
  • Represent ‘competency based’ training meaning individuals can complete their training faster when they reach the required skills level
  • Enable existing skills and prior experience to be recognised and course credit granted, potentially reducing formal training time
  • Lead to nationally recognised qualifications and skills which can provide a basis for further education and training over the course of a person’s working life; and
  • Join an industry where you have the potential to earn six figures

Australian Apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age. You can do an Australian Apprenticeship if you are a school leaver, re-entering the workforce or as an adult worker simply wishing to change careers or gain new skills.

We do however require an apprentice to have ongoing reliable transport and preferably a Provisional or Open Licence.

An Apprenticeship can take from one to four years to complete. Australian Apprenticeships are ‘competency based’ which means any apprentice can complete their training sooner if they get to the required skill levels more quickly or may be granted course credits for any relevant skills or workplace experience, they already have.

  • A desire to learn
  • A passion for what you want to do
  • Enthusiasm and ‘can do’ attitude
  • A keen interest in cars and automotive
  • The ability to learn from trainers, managers, mentors and colleagues

Interested in an AMA Apprenticeship? Register Now

Training locations in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Tasmania and Western Australia.