If you are looking for a versatile career working with a wide range of tools and equipment, then this is the perfect place to start. Maintenance mechanics and millwrights fabricate, install dismantle or move machinery and heavy equipment according to layout plans or blueprints. In your future career, you’ll repair machines, mechanical equipment or building structures, as well as assembling, installing and setting equipment using hand and power tools.
- Earn up to $24.98 an hour as an established Maintenance Mechanic or Millwright.
- Over 8,000 hours of blended on-the-job and classroom training provides a solid foundation for your mechanic or millwright career.
- Begin a rewarding career with no student debt--in fact, you’ll get paid to attend classes!
- Your flexible, hands-on career could involve pipefitting, boiler maintenance, insulating, welding, machining, carpentry and much more.
You must be in good physical condition, at least 18-years-old and a high school graduate or equivalent.
Get started as a Maintenance Mechanic or Millwright Apprentice
You should apply directly to employers, and entry requirements vary by employer.
If you need assistance finding an employer who will take you on as an apprentice, please contact the local Apprenticeship Training Representative at 262-564-3210 to find an employer who has been approved to train apprentices.
Once your contract is in place Gateway’s Apprenticeship department will communicate with you regarding registration, classes and books.
If you need assistance getting started, Gateway’s Apprenticeship Department is happy to help.
50-423-1 Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprentice Curriculum Sheet.pdf
Career Pathway Map:
Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprentice Career Pathway Map.pdf