Tamarang Engineering is community minded, committed to supporting the local community for over 40 years through a number of initiatives.

We are a proud supporter of a number of community events and organisations across the Liverpool Plains including:

  • Blackville Arts Market Day 

  • King of the Ranges Stockman’s Challenge 

  • Quirindi Golf Club

  • Quirindi High School 

  • Quirindi Rugby Club 

  • Quirindi Show Society 

  • Tamarang Polo Club 

  • Variety Children’s Charity 

  • Willow Tree P&C

  • Willow Tree Sheep Dog Trials

Providing the next generation of boilermakers

As a local employer, we work closely with Quirindi High School to advocate the boilermaker trade and fabrication industry. Tamarang Engineering provides apprenticeships to locals in welding and fabrication, with hope of keeping this most valuable trade alive within our local community for years to come. As a local business we see firsthand the many applications in which boilermaker skills are applied, and we are passionate about the promotion and longevity of these skills.

School based apprenticeships and traineeships at Tamarang

School based apprenticeships and traineeships allow senior high school students to commence an apprenticeship or complete a traineeship while at school. School based apprentices work part-time and undertake the first stage of their apprenticeship training before the end of the HSC year. School based trainees work part-time and complete their traineeship by the end of their HSC year.

Both the on-the-job and off-the-job training undertaken by school based apprentices/trainees can contribute to their HSC. School based apprentices will commence full-time employment as a 2nd year apprentice from January after their HSC, providing that they have successfully completed both their on-the-job and off-the-job training program during their senior high school years.

Hear why our trainee, Liam Faulknern chose to embark on a school based traineeship with Tamarang