NECA Education Publishes New Guide to Finding an Electrical Apprentice

Press Release

NECA Education published at the organization’s website a new guide to filling electrical apprenticeships. With a notable shortage of electricians in Australia today, finding an electrical apprentice can be much more difficult than might be hoped. The new NECA Education guide shows how making use of the company’s services can greatly ease the process, in addition to allowing for flexibility that can prove valuable when market conditions evolve. Those seeking apprentice electrician jobs will also find that NECA Education can make it much simpler than usual to get started, making for an especially appealing way to launch a rewarding, secure career.

“With so much demand for qualified electricians in Australia and so few young people entering the field, many veterans of the industry report difficulties with finding apprentices,” NECA Education representative Kelly Reaburn said, “Our new guide to the subject details a proven, highly effective way of overcoming such difficulties. Finding the right apprentice can make life a lot easier for an electrician, and we take care of all the associated duties. We think this new guide is therefore going to make for some interesting reading for many in the industry.”

With job growth in recent years of two to three times the overall national averages, starting a career as an electrician can be one of the surest ways of all to earn a living in Australia. Even so, younger Australians have increasingly turned away from this option and others in the trades, leading to a pronounced lack of newcomers to the field.

For established electricians who seek the kind of cost-effective on-the-job assistance that learning-focused apprentices can provide, this deficit can make things seem especially difficult. As the education-oriented arm of the National Electrical and Communications Association, NECA Education and Careers offers a comprehensive apprentice placement service that can make finding a student electrician much simpler than usual.

As the new NECA Education guide details, these include careful selection and vetting of candidates, ensuring that only those fully qualified to become apprentices proceed further. With a standardized induction session seeing to all of the associated duties and a range of other paperwork-minimizing measures also in place, electricians can focus purely on the benefits of the arrangement.

Flexible placement options and built-in mentoring processes further lighten the load that could otherwise be associated with the management of apprenticeships, benefiting all involved parties. The new NECA Education guide is available now at NECAEducation.com.au, where visitors will find a range of other helpful resources.

About NECA Education and Careers Limited:
As a leading group training organization since 1992, NECA Education and Careers works with employers and apprentices to create mutually rewarding relationships, handling all of the associated duties to enable more productive learning and on-the-job results.