Student Satisfaction a Top Priority for MTA Institute

The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) has released a report detailing the outcomes of students who completed nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) in 2019, with the MTA Institute (RTO31529) once again ranking highly among graduates.

The VET Student Outcomes 2020 report compiles statistics on the satisfactions and outcomes reported by qualification completers and includes details on the student’s reasons for training, employment outcomes, further study outcomes and satisfaction with the training provider.

As Queensland’s largest independent Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for automotive apprenticeships, the MTA Institute prides itself on delivering strong levels of student satisfaction and are proud of the results in the report.

Highlights of MTA Institute graduates include:

  • 91.8% were satisfied with the overall quality of training.
  • 91% would recommend their training provider.
  • 95.1% achieved their main reason for doing the training.
  • 91.5% were satisfied with the teaching.

MTA Institute General Manager Paul Kulpa was pleased by the findings of the report, which he said reflected the MTA Institute’s commitment to providing the highest level of training quality.

“We are extremely pleased to see the results in the latest VET student outcomes report,” said Kulpa.

“Providing a supportive environment conducive to the highest level of training quality remains our top priority, while also ensuring that our training delivery remains relevant to the real-world and directly connects student’s ability and employers wants. To see such positive results reflects the hard work put in by the entire team to ensure these levels are maintained.”

The results of the report show MTA Institute ranked higher than the average of independent training providers in Queensland, nationally and all training providers in satisfaction outcomes for facilities, learning resources, location of training and support services, a fact MTA Group CEO Rod Camm said was indicative of the Institute’s workplace-based training delivery methods.

“The MTA Institute has once again proven itself as a national leader when it comes to providing high quality training that delivers tangible results and presents real benefits to the automotive industry. By offering work-based training, where students can remain comfortable in their surroundings and learn through real world application, we provide a point of difference, which has been resoundingly approved by our apprentices,” said Camm.

Student satisfaction remains a top priority for the MTA Institute going forward.

10 Mar 2021