In the July school holidays, the MTA Institute started a new and exciting initiative. Auto Camp; a three-day course designed for high-school students aged between 14 to 17.
The MTA Institute, MTA Queensland’s Registered Training Organisation and the largest private provider of automotive apprenticeships and training in Queensland, has welcomed Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Professor Michael Milford to its Board.
The MTA Institute has been named among the top five organisations in the Small Training Provider of the Year category for the 2018 Queensland Training Awards.
MTA Institute’s mid-year pre-apprenticeship course has concluded successfully with five of the nine students taking the Certificate II program securing apprenticeship placements with the other four set to soon follow them into the industry.
Mark Berry is the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for May 2018.
At the beginning of the year, the MTA Institute launched a new round of its pre-apprenticeship vocational preparation course, and the third group of students to take the course have been busy at work since mid-May.
The Queensland Government has signed an agreement to deliver an Australian first – a new security system to help cars “talk” to each other safely and the MTA Institute is proud to announce its role on the project. The agreement, between…
May has proven to be a very exciting month for the MTA Institute and with the announcement that the MTA Institute is now offering an accredited Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Course.
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Scott Beadel is the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for April 2018.
Not everyone can say they’ve been in the engine bay working on a V8 Supercar. But the same can’t be said about Dane Turnbull who is completing a two-week work experience placement with Triple Eight Race Engineering.
The QOF Global Connections Bursary aims to assist early and mid career Queensland VET graduates, trainers and assessors to undertake short-term training, professional development and knowledge exchange opportunities abroad.
As the automotive industry continues its evolution through new technological advancements, it becomes ever more important to provide the training, programs and projects that assist and prepare those already in the industry, and those about to enter it, for the future.
Francois Welman is the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for March 2018.
Getting some hands-on, real-life work while training for a career can be a priceless learning experience for any apprentice. Be it in a working business dealing with real customers or toiling over a training project that demands industry-standard results, there’s a real benefit to be had in that type of experience.
Queensland’s automotive peak industry body, the Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) is excited for the MTAQ Racing Team to line up for the second year in a row in the fast and furious world of motorsport. Led by director…
REED LENNOX IS the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for February 2018.
TIM WARD is the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for January.
In February, Corby began a two-week work experience placement at Triple Eight Race Engineering in Banyo.
The MTA Institute held its first graduation ceremony in February, acknowledging the effort of apprentices who completed their studies between July and December 2017.
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Joel Travers is the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for December. The 21-year-old automotive refinishing technology apprentice is in his third year of training and has been working at Extreme Dents in Geebung since 2015. An enthusiastic…
Following an incredibly eventful and action-packed year, the MTAQ Racing Team is gearing up for a second year and are looking for Support Crew members! Led by driver and program director David Wood, the successful applicants will be an integral…
The automotive industry is entering a phase of rapid change. We are facing the greatest level of technological disruption seen since the inception of cars and the future of motor trades has two clear paths; innovate and succeed in the new era of technology, or proceed with business as usual, and become obsolete.
MTAI is excited to announce the launch of apprentice graduation ceremonies from 2018.
Learn more about Jack Goodrich, the MTA Institute Apprentice of the Month for November.
The MTA Institute is launching a new round of its pre-apprenticeship vocational preparation courses in the new year.
Recently a Student Outcomes Survey report was completed summarising the satisfaction levels of MTA Institute (MTAI) graduates
The MTA Institute (MTAI) is thrilled to offer two new courses: The Motor Dealer Wrecker Course and the Motor Wrecker Salesperson Course.
Elliott Lemmon has enjoyed a two weeks work experience at Triple Eight Race Engineering headquarters at Banyo as part of his Apprentice of the Year prize.