WORK EXPERIENCE WITH INFRONT
"Gaining hands-on experience is a crucial initial step in determining whether or not this is the correct career path for you. Work experience is an important element of the learning process, as it provides a glimpse into what it's like to work in the construction industry.
A week in the workplace will offer you an understanding of job complexity, as well as some of the challenges and rewards the electrical industry offers."
Before Applying Please Note:
Due to our work being completed on construction sites, all work experience applicants will be required to hold a general construction induction "White Card", which will provide them access to construction sites.
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Personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn at all times when on a construction site. All work experience applicants must provide their own hi-vis shirts with long sleeves, long work pants, safety boots and hard hat.
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In order to engage in work experience, you will need to have insurance coverage in place.
Infront does not provide coverage for this.
You may be eligible for insurance coverage if you are a student undertaking work experience as part of your studies via your education provider (e.g., school, university, or technical institute). You will however, need to confirm this with your education provider.
If you are not enrolled as a student, it is your responsibility to arrange work experience insurance.
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Once you’re ready to apply for work experience, click the PDF link below and fill in the "Workplace Learning Agreement Application Form", upload and submit below.