Fast track your career with the MTA WA's Automotive Institute of Technology.
The Motor Trade Association of WA’s Automotive Institute of Technology is the largest training organisation in Western Australia that specialises in automotive trades; making us the first choice for people who are serious about their automotive careers
The Institute is owned and backed by the automotive industry; this means that we understand what employers want and our apprentices graduate with job-ready skills.
We are committed to securing the future of the WA automotive sector by providing training excellence; our trainers have years of industry experience, are up-to-date with the latest technology and are passionate about providing apprentices and trainees with the skills that will make them a valuable asset to any business.
We've got the answers to all of your question's about training to fast track your automotive career find out about:
- Salesperson licensing
- Yard Manager/Dealer licensing courses
- Apprenticeships and careers
- Course delivery
- Group Training
- Training assistance and grants
Automotive | a career that will take you places
Career options in the automotive industry are endless; the skills you learn at the MTA WA’s Automotive Institute of Technology could take you around Australia or the globe!
The automotive industry drives the Australian economy; it covers a wide variety of sectors and affects nearly every Australian. Nationally there are more than 97,500 businesses with total annual revenue of $251 billion. The Australian industry employs 590,000 people, paying $21.6 billion in wages annually.
Living in a state covering over 2 million square kilometres and in predominantly low-density suburbs, Western Australians are highly dependent on their cars. On average WA households have two cars and will use them for 80% of their personal trips. The WA motoring industry which supports the State’s motorists accounts for 13.2% of the national automotive sector.
In Western Australia there are over 10,000 businesses within the motoring sector, accounting for just over 6% of all WA businesses. The State's industry employs over 70,000 workers and pays $2.7 billion annually.
Don't wait to start your automotive career!