The forefront of the auto industry
Isuzu truck technicians go hands-on with some of the most advanced technology and facilities in the automotive sector.
An in-demand career
Up to 19,000 trained technicians are needed to support the trucking industry, with backing from the federal government’s JobTrainer Fund and Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements program.
Opportunities across the organisation
Apprentice technicians have gone on to excel in other roles with Isuzu, from the nationwide Dealer Network to the Truganina-based Head Office.
The automotive, trucking and road transport sectors have proven resilient in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing reliable employment to workers.
Mechanic to manager
From humble beginnings in the workshop to becoming National Service Manager, Brett Stewart shows it’s possible to transition from apprenticeship to management.Read more
More than a job
Jeff Gibson says his start in his dad’s workshop led him to a leadership role as Isuzu’s Engineering Support Manager.Read more
Women in trucking
Courtney Hodgson shares her journey to becoming an Apprentice Service Technician and offers advice for young people looking to enter the industry.Read more
Isuzu’s Parts Customer Service Supervisor James Binnington explains how a globe-trotting career began with a light vehicle mechanic apprenticeship.Read more