Working In The 4WD Industry: A New Pathway

Closed-up of grey bull bars of a 4wd.

I really want to work in the 4WD industry but I’m not a mechanic and I don’t want to work in sales. Is there a way that I could still work on vehicles?

4WD Parts & Accessories Works

Often people who have a passion for cars or 4WD’s want to work with them but don’t want to commit to a four-year Apprenticeship. Fortunately, in the case of 4WD parts and accessory fitting, an all-new course has been developed that focuses purely on parts accessory fitting. Upon successful completion, you will be able to apply for a repairer’s certificate from the Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety and undertake accessory fitting work in a licensed workshop. It’s a great pathway for those looking for work, too.

The course is made up of a practical and online component. The practical component includes a logbook, which requires guidance from a workshop but don’t worry, we can assist with finding you somewhere to complete it. If you show that you’re a keen and enthusiastic candidate, you may just find that your ‘host’ workshop may want to employ you! The key is to turn your skills into credentials and the Parts Accessory Fitting Course does exactly that, making you more employable in an industry that you love. 

Motor Trade Association Team

The Motor Trade Association has a specialist Training team who are happy to assist you over the 12-month period you have to complete the course. So if you’ve been thinking about it, be sure to get in touch!

Information Link:
MTA WA – parts-accessory-fitting-course-info

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