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How to apply - recruitment process

To ensure our apprentices continue to be recognised as the best in WA and fulfil the workforce needs of the electrotechnology industry, EGT carefully assess applicants to ensure they have the right combination of skills, aptitude and attitude to be successful in the electrical trade.

How to apply for an electrical apprenticeship at EGT

It's easy! Complete the online application form, and if you're successful we'll give you a call to tell you you've been shortlisted! If you're unsure what you'll need to apply with, read our interactive checklist to ensure you have all the things you need to apply.

Tips for applying for an EGT apprenticeship:

  • Remember - a job application is the first impression an employer has of you. Make sure their first impression is a positive one!
  • Complete all sections of the application form in full and provide as many relevant details as possible
  • Ensure you upload all of the documents required for your application e.g. Drivers Licence, Colour Vision test result and National Police Clearance
  • If you have completed Year 12, a relevant pre-apprenticeship and/or the National Readiness Assessment, ensure you upload proof of completion as evidence
  • If you are 21 or older, refer to our Adult Apprenticeship Policy below.

Click here to view our Adult Apprentice Policy.

An interview will be required if you have been previously indentured with another employer.

How to prepare for your EGT apprenticeship interview

  • Do your research on EGT - know who we are and what we do
  • Dress the part
  • Be punctual
  • Prepare for common interview questions
  • Be ready to ask questions of your own.

EGT Pre-Employment Assessment

Should you be shortlisted, you will be invited to attend the one-day EGT Pre-Employment Assessment which consists of:

  • Providing drug and alcohol screening results
  • Introductory WHS practices
  • Electrician's Training Licence Assessment
  • Hand skills assessments

Should you successfully complete EGT's Pre-Employment Assessment, EGT may present you with an offer of employment.

EGT Induction

Congratulations and welcome to the EGT team! EGT’s four day induction covers everything you need to start working as an electrical apprentice, including:

  • Employment paperwork
  • Presentations from EGT staff and service providers
  • Hand skills training

Once you have completed your induction, you are ready to be placed with an EGT host employer.

If you have any queries please get in touch and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

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