As the electronic and battery vehicles and machinery industry continues to evolve, so does the need for updated training across a number of sectors from light automotive, heavy commercial vehicles, mobile plant technology, civil construction, mining, transport and logistics. Read More
It was tools down for the 73 apprentices and trainees who competed at the Queensland WorldSkills National Championships over the weekend, with judges to award the national winners in coming months. Read More
As Scania looks to fill roles for diesel technicians at its nine company-owned workshops, the company is offering to fund upskilling for light-vehicle technicians who want to transition to heavy-duty. Read More
Seventy-three of Queensland’s top trainees and apprentices will represent the state at the 2021 WorldSkills Australia National Championships from August 26-28. Read More
At the ripe age of 70, Roger Padfield has called time on his career, leaving a lasting impression on many of those who have had the pleasure of working with him. Read More
TAFE Queensland will start to train future apprentices to build and service heavy machinery, caravans and recreation vehicles thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s investment in brand new purpose-built facilities at Acacia Ridge TAFE.
Two aspiring automotive trainers will get the opportunity to chase their dream and further their career in the automotive industry, with the Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) launching the second round of the MTA Queensland VET Trainer Scholarship.
At just 20 years of age, truck driver Katherine Glover knows first-hand how hard it can be to get a foot in the door in this industry. Read More