Fee for Service (non-subsidised program)
Individuals must have the skills and knowledge to assume they can achieve competency for most of the units required for their proposed trade qualification through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Applicants must also express a commitment to gain the entire qualification and meet the following eligibility criteria:
Training and assessment is to be held at an MTA Institute approved automotive workshop. This may be your own workshop, your employer’s workshop and / or MTA Institute’s state of the art automotive workshop – Freeway Office Park, Building 8, 2728 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains.
The nominal duration to complete a Trade Qualification will vary for each individual, depending on the individual’s previous experience (ie. acquired knowledge and skills) and the currency of the individual’s experience.
Upon submitting an application along with supporting documentation, the applicant will undergo an interview process with an MTA Institute assessor to gauge the applicant’s level of skills and knowledge. A range of methods will then be applied to gap train and assess the individual. This includes written and oral questions / answers; and demonstration and observation of practical tasks.
Course costs will vary, depending on the qualification being undertaken; the amount of gap training that is required and individual circumstances.
$5,000 (maximum) for Certificate III qualifications
At the MTA Institute you will receive:
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