With over 30 years of experience delivering training in the construction industry, Holmesglen has established significant links with leading industry partners and developed its facilities to be among the most sophisticated in the country. Our recognised apprenticeship training extends across a broad
range of areas, catering to the increasing need for suitably qualified and skilled apprentices within the Australian workplace.
Holmesglen is a leading provider of apprenticeships in various key industry areas such as:
Certificate III in Furniture Finishing
This course provides comprehensive training in furniture finishing. You will learn to prepare surfaces, apply stains and finishes, restore furniture and operate finishing equipment. More info
Certificate III in Upholstery
This course provides comprehensive training in all practical and theoretical aspects of the upholstery trade. You will learn to perform upholstery including dismantling and reassembling furniture and selecting, cutting, sewing and fitting fabric and leather upholstery materials. More info
Certificate III in Automotive and Marine Trimming
This course provides comprehensive training in vehicle and marine trimming. You will learn to make, install, repair, replace or modify the seats, upholstery, linings (roof and door linings), interior trim and floor coverings of a vehicle. This work can be undertaken on cars, trucks, vintage vehicles, buses, caravans, trains, aircraft and boats. More info
Certificate III in Flooring Technology
The course provides comprehensive training if you are a floor covering and finishing apprentice. You will learn to perform flooring technology tasks, including preparing flooring surfaces, including polished concrete floors; and installing and finishing carpet, resilient, vinyl and timber flooring materials and polished concrete floors. More info
Certificate III in Civil Construction
The course provides comprehensive training if you are a civil construction apprentice. You will gain a broad range of knowledge and skills to work effectively in the construction industry, managing traffic, spreading bitumen and asphalt, taking samples, preparing surfaces, interpreting plans, measuring, contributing to an effective team, and workplace health and safety. More info
Hiring an apprentice is an investment in the future of your business, and provides opportunities for those looking to grow their skills in industry and learn on the job.