At GM Holden, we take pride in what we do. Pride in our products. Pride in our technology. And pride in our people.
The success for our organisation depends on all of these elements - our people and technology working together to create the vehicles we are famous for world-wide.
GM Holden recognises that its success relies heavily on the quality of its trades people, and our apprenticeship program is designed to create the highly skilled trades people of the future.
What opportunities does GM Holden offer?
Our apprenticeship programs can include electronic/electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, automotive panel development, automotive mechanics and pattern making.
The four-year contracts available in SA and VIC commence each January, and represent an outstanding opportunity to gain a nationally recognised Certificate III qualification, working with an automotive industry leader.
Where can an apprenticeship at GM Holden take me?
Apprenticeships at GM Holden can open many doors. Recently a Holden apprentice won the national award, Outstanding Student of the Year!
Become a team leader, supervisor or manager in your industry - your commitment and enthusiasm will enable you to achieve the highest levels in your chosen trade. Use your across-the-board industry skills to move into different trade environments. Or you could even start your own business.
What does GM Holden look for in its apprentices?
Of course, there are the educational requirements. You need to have completed (or be studying) Year 11, with good results in Maths, English and Science or Technology. Completing a relevant pre-apprenticeship is highly regarded.
But at GM Holden, we look beyond just your school results and previous training. We want to know that you are made of the right stuff.
We are looking for self-motivated, enthusiastic and hands-on people who take pride in what they do, can work together with others, and are willing and committed to take advantage of all the fantastic experiences and learning opportunities they find at GM Holden.
And we love it when job applicants have done their homework, and can show us that they already have a pretty good idea about what the trade they are interested in involves.
For more information on how to apply see: www.holden.com.au/careers