The Federal Government’s initiative of providing $800 vouchers to apprentices entering a trade for the purchase of tools required to complete their apprenticeship is proving an invaluable assistance to young people.
Under the scheme, registered employers can apply for vouchers three months after employing an apprentice and after nine months of employment, the tool kit is passed directly to the apprentice.
Catering for all sectors of the tradesman market, Kincrome ’s tool kit offering encompasses basic kits.
The Kincrome offering of high quality tools is an attractive one for apprentices and tradesmen alike, with more than 15 new generation kits available, all in the recent Series 3 tool boxes. These incorporate a raft of features such as automatic drawer retention system, gas struts, durable hammertone finish and ball bearing drawer slides.
Features in the tools include a 12 months protection plan on all Kincrome quality tools with some conditions applying, the Peripheral Drive System giving sockets greater grip and turning power, the renowned Torque Master Screwdrivers and tool trays with a distinctive red colour and product identification.
For many apprentices, stickers on the tool box are a personal identity statement. So, Kincrome has incorporated a large pack of stickers, into their recent offering of new generation tool kits.
Tool kits are available from authorised automotive, industrial and hardware outlets.