Love of cars leads to new career

Love of cars leads to new career

Categories: Employment, Apprenticeships

Spencer Martin has always loved working with cars and sees a great future as a motor mechanic. With the support of TITEB, Nguiu Garage and CDU, Spencer is now almost finished his apprenticeship in Late Motor Vehicle Technology.

When you start an apprenticeship, you’ll learn a skilled trade from someone who is an expert in that trade. You’ll be doing work you love, and getting paid. Once you’ve completed the apprenticeship, you’ll have qualifications that employers are looking for – or you can start your own business. Best of all, you’ll be gaining confidence, skills and job security for the future.

If you have a dream of working as a mechanic (like Spencer) or in healthcare, design, or manufacturing, ask TITEB about doing an apprenticeship. We can help make your dreams come true.

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