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I was given the great news about receiving the apprenticship, words cannot describe how I felt. I know I’m part of something special working for BGT
and MaxiTRANS.

Michael

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At BGT we‘ve been thoroughly preparing people for the manufacturing and engineering industries by teaching key skills in metalwork, engineering, fabrication and welding.

Our dedicated Industry Skills Centre has been specifically designed to provide quality one-on-one tuition. Participants not only learn the hands on skills of engineering such as fabrication, cutting and welding, but are also educated in engineering disciplines like Drawing Interpretation, Geometric Development and Quality Systems and Procedures.

Thanks to this broad education detail, our Industry Skills Centre facility, and the genuine industry experience of our instructors, BGT delivers better prepared, more broadly skilled and competent graduates.

Proportion of all students satisfied with aspects of their training.

ACCESS TO TRAINER

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COURSE MATERIAL & CONTENT

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FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT

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SUPPORT FROM TRAINER

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CURRENT INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

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*RTO Performace Indicator Report. Victoria State Government - Education and Training

Industry Skills Centre

Preparing people for industry.

BGT’s Industry Skill Centre (ISC) has been in operation since 23 March 2005. In this time the Industry Skills Centre has facilitated the training and placement of students, both male and female, into employment and Apprenticeships in the metal industry across Ballarat and the surrounding areas. Our training program is designed around the Certificate II in Engineering and incorporates welding, thermal cutting, fabrication and basic fitting and turning skills.

The ISC has strong links with industry. These relationships enable our experienced instructors to impart current industry best practice techniques to our students. This develops student’s confidence in their skill level when they are applying for an Apprenticeship or industry related position.

Our record in delivering relevant and quality training speaks for itself.  Over the past 12 months in excess of 20 ISC students have gained an apprenticeship in their chosen field and a further 30 students have found employment after completing the Certificate II in Engineering qualification. It is a testament to the standard of training provided to our students that employers send them back to us to continue their Apprenticeship training.


For further information please contact:
Bill Burgess
Industry Skills Centre Coordinator
Call: 03 5333 8620
email