MTA Queensland Launches New ‘Auto Women’ Initiative
In 2022, women who work in the automotive industry will be able to join a new group who will guide
2021 MTA Queensland Industry Awards: Women in Industry Award Finalist - TRACY RANDALL, ANZAC AVENUE WRECKERS
Tracy Randall has been running Anzac Avenue Wreckers, a family-owned automotive parts recycling fa
MTA Queensland welcomes Jasmine Flanagan as Vice-Chair of Parts Recyclers Division
In its mission to serve as the peak industry representing the interests of employers in the retail
MTAQ: 2021 Auto Award Finalists Announced
The Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) is thrilled to announce the finalists
MTAQ: Carmageddon 2021
The Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) is excited to announce tickets are on
MTAQ: First Pre-Vocational Course For Women at Women on Tools Toolbox Breakfast
The Sir Jack Brabham Automotive Centre of Excellence was buzzing with excitement on a chilly Monda
MTAQ: ERA Amendment Reduces Fees for Automotive Recyclers
The Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) applauds the decision of the Departmen
MTAQ: Chair Paul Peterson December 2020 Message
As the 2020 calendar year draws to a close, my thoughts settle on the MTA Queensland family spread
Busy at work training course encouraging pathways for women in automotive
BUSY at work has launched a new training course in partnership with TAFE Queensland focused on pro
The Road To Recovery
While the coronavirus has been held at bay, the very measures required to successfully keep it in
MTAQ: Support and information for businesses to combat impact of Coronavirus
MTA Queensland are building this resource area to support our automotive employer businesses and m
Member Engagement is our Top Priority
As Queensland’s peak body representing the interests of members in the retail, service and repair
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