Train with MTA
We don't just train people, we unlock their potential and passion for the automotive industry - and that's not something that can be achieved by throwing people into an overcrowded classroom and treating people like they are all the same.
Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
Learn about the design, operation, and maintenance of vehicles that use electric power as their primary source of propulsion. This field covers topics such as battery technology, electric motor design, power electronics, and charging infrastructure. Graduates of electric vehicle courses may pursue careers in vehicle manufacturing, transportation planning, or alternative energy systems. As the demand for electric vehicles grows, studying electric vehicle technology is becoming increasingly important for the automotive industry and the future of transportation.
Learn about the design, operation, and maintenance of vehicles, including cars, trucks, and motorcycles. This field combines elements of mechanical engineering and automotive technology, covering topics such as engine mechanics, transmission systems, suspension and steering, and electrical systems. Graduates of mechanical automotive courses may pursue careers in vehicle manufacturing, repair, or design, among other related fields.
Paint and Panel
Learn about the repair, maintenance, and customisation of vehicle bodies, including painting, dent removal, and rust repair. This field combines elements of auto body repair and painting, covering topics such as surface preparation, painting techniques, colour matching, and panel replacement. Graduates of automotive paint and panel courses may pursue careers in auto body repair shops, custom car design, or automotive manufacturing, among other related fields.
Learn about the electrical systems used in modern vehicles, including the design, installation, and maintenance of these systems. This field combines elements of electrical engineering and automotive technology, covering topics such as batteries, charging systems, lighting, and communication systems. Graduates of automotive electrical courses may pursue careers in vehicle repair, manufacturing, or design, among other related fields.
Sales and Administration
Learn about the business and administrative side of the automotive industry, with a focus on sales and marketing. This field covers topics such as automotive marketing, customer service, sales techniques, and financial management. Students can expect to develop practical skills and gain experience in areas such as inventory management, financing, and after-sales services. Graduates of automotive sales and administration courses may pursue careers in vehicle dealerships, fleet management companies, or auto finance institutions.
Learn about the repair, replacement, and maintenance of vehicle tyres. This field covers topics such as tyre wear and damage diagnosis, wheel alignment, balancing, and mounting and dismounting tyres. Students can expect to develop technical skills and gain practical experience through hands-on projects and lab work. Graduates of tyre servicing courses may pursue careers in tyre repair shops, automotive service centres, or automotive manufacturing, among other related fields.
Learn about the operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning systems in vehicles. This field covers topics such as refrigeration theory, compressor and evaporator functions, system diagnosis and repair, and regulatory requirements for handling refrigerants. Graduates of automotive air conditioning courses may pursue careers in automotive repair shops, vehicle manufacturing, or air conditioning service centres.