The automotive industry employs almost 60,000 New Zealanders in common job roles such as Automotive Technician (Mechanic), Collision Repair Technician and Refinisher (Panelbeater), Vehicle Salesperson and more. Discover our exciting training programmes that will accelerate your career.
MITO's electrical and mechanical engineering programmes provide you with the skills and knowledge to install, maintain and repair electrical components in a wide range of vehicles.
If you're interested in repairing and servicing heavy plant and equipment, heavy road transport vehicles, agricultural equipment or forklifts and other fuel or electric-powered machinery, this training programme is for you.
MITO's automotive specialist engineering programmes include electric vehicle engineering, diesel fuel technology, and heavy wheel alignment.
MITO’s parts and accessories merchandising training programme will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to effectively carry out parts and accessories merchandising operations in an automotive environment.
Find out how to become a CoF-A or CoF-B inspector and get qualified with a MITO Certificate in vehicle inspection.
StartUp® offers Year 11 to 13 students the chance to earn micro-credentials in the automotive industry approved by NZQA, credits towards NCEA Levels 2 and 3 and a great introduction to the working environment.