All Trades Queensland
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All Trades Queensland Careers and Employment

About us
All Trades Queensland has partnered with thousands of companies across construction, automotive, hospitality, engineering and hospitality industries for over 28 years making us the largest employer of apprentices and trainees in Queensland.

How to become an ATQ Apprentices or Trainee

Working as a apprentice or trainee, you will be employed by All
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You will receive:

- A weekly award wage paid by ATQ

- Relevant tools, personal protective equipment & ATQ uniforms

- Travel allowance as per relevant award

- A career safety net

- Mentoring & ongoing support by your own personal ATQ Workforce Officer

- Exposure to all aspects of your chosen trade

- Business & life skills

- Opportunity to create future networks with fellow apprentices & businesses

We cover over 45 different trades. You can start from year 10 onwards. No qualifications or experience necessary.
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What is it like to work at All Trades Queensland?

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What are people saying about the leadership at All Trades Queensland?

of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 17 ratings
didnt help with my apprenticeship
Written by Apprentice Carpenter (Former Employee) from brisbane on 14 May 2014
All Trades don't care about employees.
they couldnt find me solid work and i confronted them about it and they wished me luck in the future and said goodbye.
free shirts
horrible selfish company
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What did candidates say about the interview at All Trades Queensland?

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Interview process length
Based on 6 interviews
About a week
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