MTA Institute News

Auto Camp - A Hit with The Teens

9 Jul 2018 - 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.

Professor Michael Milford joins the Board of MTA Institute

6 Jul 2018 - 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.

Pre-Vocational Students ready to kick-start careers

5 Jul 2018 - 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.

MTA Institute Announces its Role on CAVI Project

8 Jun 2018 - 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.

MTA Institute Launches Auto Camp Course for School kids

12 Apr 2018 - 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.

MTAQ Racing Support Crew Announced

16 Mar 2018 - 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.

Welcome to the New World of 3D Printing Automotive Parts

23 Jan 2018 - 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.