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Apprentice training

Two of our Linework apprentices training at our Greenway depot.

Whether you’re fresh from school or looking to make a career change, power your lifelong career with the Evoenergy Apprentice Program.

Our apprenticeship program provides a financially supported and structured training pathway to complete your Certificate lll in Electrotechnology.

We value collaborative, self-starting, and energetic safety champions who will help us build Canberra’s future network.

Register your interest in our 2025 Apprenticeship Program

The program

The apprentice program runs for four years, and we offer positions for electrical fitters, lineworkers, and cable jointers. During your time with us, you will work alongside our skilled crews who will provide coaching and mentorship to support your journey.

  • Electrical Fitter Apprenticeship

    As an Electrical Fitter apprentice, you will:

    • Perform substation maintenance
    • Build substations to support new infrastructure around Canberra
    • Connect new customers with power
    • Re-connect power to existing customers
  • Lineworker Apprenticeship

    As a Lineworker apprentice, you will:

    • Install or relocate power poles and wires
    • Maintain Evoenergy’s existing overhead network
    • Assist customers in the connection/disconnection of overhead services
    • Investigate & repair overhead faults to restore supply when a power outage occurs
  • Cable Jointer Apprenticeship

    As a Cable Jointer apprentice, you will:

    • Install low voltage & high voltage underground cables
    • Install and maintain pits, pillars, substations and other electrical equipment
    • Identify damage and perform required repairs to underground power cables
    • Perform routine maintenance to underground power cables

Meet some of our most recent apprentices
and hear how they’ve found the program.

How to apply


An applicant must have:

  • completed Year 12 or TAFE qualification equivalent
  • a current Australian driver’s licence
  • previous experience working in a team-based role and/or evidence of teamwork outside of work (e.g., extra-curricular activities, sporting teams, social groups)
  • passion for driving positive safety behaviour

The process

Here’s what to expect when you apply for the apprenticeship program:

  1. Application: resume, and cover letter addressing the eligibility criteria
  2. First stage: online video interview
  3. Second stage:
    • Personality questionnaire and job-related abilities assessment
    • Assessment centre and face-to-face interview
  4. Pre-employment screening: reference check, medical assessment and police check
  5. Offer of employment

Email us at for more information about our apprenticeship program.