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An apprenticeship with Wilmar is more than just a job – it’s the start of a diverse and rewarding career. You’ll experience hands-on training, a variety of tasks, and challenging work in a busy industrial environment.

The Wilmar Apprenticeship Program runs for four years and combines both practical (on-the-job) and theoretical (in-the-classroom) education. You’ll study the theoretical side of your apprenticeship at a registered training organisation, such as a TAFE, and complete the practical side in our sugar mills or bioethanol distillery.

To support you through your apprenticeship, we provide uniforms, personal protective equipment (eg helmets, glasses, gloves, boots) and a full professional tool kit. We also pay for your TAFE training.

We recruit annually for our apprenticeship program. Register your interest for our 2022 intake.

We offer a range of trades through our apprenticeship program. These vary from year to year and location to location, depending on the needs of the business. They include:

  • Electrical
  • Fabricating
  • Fitting and turning
  • Diesel fitting

Fitting & turning apprenticeships
Fabricating apprenticeships
Electrical apprenticeships

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Meet the minimum education requirement of Year 10 sound achievement (pass) in Maths and English
  • Have your own transport or the ability to get to and from work
  • Be in good health

Learn more about the recruitment process here.

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Benefits of a Wilmar apprenticeship

Tools included
Payments for TAFE
Trade for life
Great support system
Excellent industry reputation
High completion rates

Submit your expression of interest to work with us