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The information you are providing to MITO will be used for the purpose of enrolling you into and administering your MITO training programme, and for statistical purposes. We will keep your information secure, and will only share it with other parties that are involved in the funding, administration or delivery of your MITO training programme. If any of the information requested is not provided, we will be unable to process your application. Your information will be retained by MITO in accordance with the Privacy Act 2020. You can request a copy of your information at any time and ask for it to be updated. If you have any questions, please contact MITO on 0800 88 21 21.
MITO learners will need access to the internet to log onto their MITO Portal. Some programmes require learners to complete their practical assessments and/or eLearning and access their goal sheets.
Learners who wish to enrol in the MITO Vehicle Inspection programme must provide evidence that clearly shows they meet the qualification and experience requirements outlined by the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency in the Vehicle Inspection Requirements Manual (VIRM).
Please ensure that you refer to the Waka Kotahi website: https://www.nzta.govt.nz/vehicles/warrants-and-certificates/certificate-of-fitness
Instructions will be sent via email to the learner and supervisor.
Please note that there are additional requirements beyond the MITO Certificate of Vehicle Inspection to become a vehicle inspector. Individuals must refer to the Waka Kotahi Vehicle Inspection Requirements Manual (VIRM) for full details on the eligibility criteria for vehicle inspectors. Completing the MITO programme does not guarantee an individual will be approved by Waka Kotahi.
If you are an automotive heavy technician with either New Zealand Certificate, National Certificate, National Registration or equivalent, you must have three years relevant work experience.
If you do not have a relevant qualification, you need to have worked full time carrying out repairs and maintenance to all safety aspects of light motor vehicles for at least five years cumulatively.
Work Permit/Visa Holders please provide details of your New Zealand Work Permit/Visa.
This must be valid for at least 6 months at the time of enrolment and must be for the Employer in which you are employed.
Conditions include having the necessary equipment and PRS ratings, and meeting all the Waka Kotahi criteria for inspecting organisations. The MITO programme only fulfils the vehicle inspection training.
Please note this form is an expression of interest to enrol in the MITO Vehicle Inspection Programme. Enrolments will be approved when minimum numbers for the technical workshop have been reached.
The workshops will be held online. By enrolling in this programme learners acknowledge that they will be required to have a device, headset, and microphone available to communicate throughout the sessions.