New Energy Apprenticeships Mentoring Program

Helping South Australia transition to net zero emissions

The New Energy Apprenticeships Mentoring Program will play a critical role in Australia鈥檚 ambition to transition towards net zero emissions by 2050.

The Mentoring Program will run until June 2027 and will provide with career-based guidance, peer support and networking opportunities to apprentices working in clean energy-related jobs in a range of industries such as:

  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Power
  • Hydropower
  • Geothermal energy
  • Bioenergy
  • Ocean energy
  • Battery storage
  • Electrotechnology
  • Smart technology

Explore priority occupations and those identified as Clean Energy on the .

How 美诱直播 can help

美诱直播 is a New Energy Apprenticeships Mentoring Provider delivering Australian Apprenticeships Services funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.鈥

Our services focus on supporting apprentices as they start their career in the clean energy sector:

  • Connect apprentices with experienced employers and tradespeople in clean energy industries
  • Provide individually tailored mentoring and career-based guidance to help apprentices complete their qualification and maximise career opportunities
  • Offer ongoing peer support and networking events featuring TAFE providers, unions, employers, suppliers and other key industry partners
  • Free access to 美诱直播鈥檚 Career Hub, including a Job Board and employer/job seeker toolkits
  • Provide advice regarding Government financial incentives

Contact us

美诱直播 is a New Energy Apprenticeships Mentoring Provider in South Australia. To find out if you are eligible to participate in the New Energy Apprenticeships Mentoring Program or to register your interest to be a mentor or for further information, please submit an enquiry below or contact 美诱直播 on 13 69 63.

Contact us today to find out more!

Hear from a New Energy Apprentice

New Energy Apprentice - Emily

Emily expands on why she wanted to work in new energy.

鈥淚 knew university wasn鈥檛 for me. So, I got a job servicing and maintaining wind turbines and love it!鈥 ~ Emily