Do you have a passion for motors? Do you enjoy working with your hands? G.A.H Diesel have an exciting opportunity for a student who is studying Automotive to join their team for an SWL opportunity. G.A.H Diesel is a locally owned business who work on all sorts of Diesel machinery. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please share it with your teacher to get started.
Skills You Might Learn
Students may have the opportunity to attain a broad range of skills while on work placement. These may include valuable general employability skills such as: - Communication - Teamwork - Problem solving - Initiative and enterprise - Planning and organising - Self-management - Learning - Technology Students may also attain vital industry specific skills which will relate to their studies such as: - Hands-on practical experience - Observing and learning from industry qualified and experienced professionals - Working in real-life scenarios and environments - Working with tools and equipment necessary to the occupation and business - Liaising and working with colleagues, bosses, customers/clients and suppliers.
Typical Tasks & Duties
The student will be assisting the trained Diesel mechanics in the servicing of a wide range of vehicles with hands on participation in mechanical repairs and services. The student will participate in various facets of a busy automotive workshop, including cleaning of the workshop, dissembling of machine parts and assisting the team with a wide variety of duties.
Students are required to be studying Automotive as part of their V.E.T course and have a willingness to learn.
Sturdy work clothes are required, work boots and be prepared to get dirty.
Special Transport Requirements
It would be preferred if students could find their own transport to G.A.H Diesel.
This can be discussed at an interview
RELATED COURSES INCLUDE
- AUR20716 - Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
- MEM30205 - Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade
- VCE20116 - Industry & Enterprise
- VIC20116 - VCAL Studies