With the rise of uptake in electric and autonomous vehicles, many new opportunities will present themselves, including the production of hybrid/electric and autonomous vehicles and their components.
Each year, MTA Queensland and the MTA Institute searches for one apprentice to be named Apprentice of the Year
The MTA Institute (MTAI) continues to lead the way in Hybrid/Electric Vehicle (HEV) training and education.
30 Jun 2017 - From July 1st, 2017, automotive businesses who employee apprentices will be able to claim a discount on their premium once their policy in renewed.
David Nahow is the MTA Queensland Apprentice of the Month for May 2017.
Corby Marshall is the MTA Queensland Apprentice of the Month for April 2017.
Century Yuasa is Australia’s oldest battery manufacturer and one of the most reputable sources in the business. Producing over a million vehicle batteries a year, it’s also the perfect place for MTA Institute apprentices and Employability Skills Training (EST) participants to learn firsthand the ins and outs of battery production.
Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV’s) are leading the automotive industry technological revolution and MTA Institute is an advocate for automotive professionals becoming educated and skilled in an area that is lacking in Australia.
In 1986 the average cost of a new car was $9,200, the controversial VL Commodore was powered by an imported Nissan 6-cylinder engine, and Crocodile Dundee hit the cinemas. Cars ran a little slower and were built a little heavier and for Daryn Foster, Manager of ACM Autobody in Mansfield this was his reality as a panel beating apprentice in Darwin.