What's it like to be a Maintenance Fitter?
Maintenance Fitters craft, assemble and fit parts to heavy machinery and industrial equipment. They also install, maintain and repair a range of heavy machinery and industrial tools including their mechanical and hydraulic components.
Maintenance Fitters have good manual dexterity, attention to detail and hand–eye coordination. They work in workshops, factories, depots and on work sites in a broad range of industries including mining, manufacturing, construction and transport.
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How to become a Maintenance Fitter
- Complete a Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (MEM30205) as part of an apprenticeship, or at a TAFE or registered training organisation.
- Gain practical experience as a qualified tradesperson and consider moving into specific industry such as mining, manufacturing, construction or transport.
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