UTA Institute of Technology Pty Ltd also known as UTAIT is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that specialises in automotive training. Their courses are recognised by the Australian Alternative Fuel Registration Board (AAFRB) and the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC). UTAIT advisory board comprises of well-known automotive experts, representatives from automotive service franchises and various automotive registration boards. UTAIT works with industry bodies and enterprises to ensure that the training content are designed by industry, for industry and meet industry current and future needs. UTAIT commits to provide excellent industry based training services. UTAIT is an ideal training provider for those who aim at advancing their skills and knowledge in the automotive repair industry. Total hours of learning and assessment: 320 hours during 20 weeks (full-time) and 40 weeks (part-time). This includes guided learning (such as classes discussion, power point presentation, video demonstration, practical activities, or self-paced study guides/workbook), individual study, research, learning activities in the workplace (if applicable) and assessment activities.
Entry requirements for UTA Institute of Technology Pty Ltd
Students must compete at least year 10 in Australian school (or any other native English speaking countries) or above to be able to complete the Literacy and Numeracy requirements all courses. At least 18 years old, be physically fit to fulfil the training and assessment requirements.
Transfering your previous study credits
Credit Transfer is available. UTAIT trainers and staff will assist students to prepare the application and supporting documents for Credit Transfer. There is no cost to the student to apply and obtain Credit Transfer. Students are encouraged to discuss their circumstances with their trainer or administrative staff.