Trade apprenticeships have long been proven as providing successful benefits to workplaces, including ideas, strategies, and efficient movement of workload. However, in addition to a multitude of positive benefits, employers looking to provide a qualification for their Automotive Parts Interpreting employee can now consider enrolling them into an apprenticeship.

With some movement on the definition of an existing worker, the MTA Institute Automotive Sales (Parts Interpreting) course, can be completed as a three-year full time apprenticeship. It is funded in most cases by the Queensland Government, which means neither the employer or the employee pays for the training component apart from the standard tuition fees set out by state government.

This change will allow employers to assist employees obtain a national recognized qualification, help improve workplace productive and employers can experience the benefits of a trained workforce for years to come.

For further information visit:

20 Jan 2017