07 Jul 2017
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MTC Training can boast success!

MTC Training is a Registered Training Organisation, which commenced operation in December 2009. Catering primarily for individuals, significantly senior school students undertaking an apprenticeship pathway, MTC Training is co-located with Marcellin Technical College at Christie Downs, and has strong industry partnerships with local businesses.

Proud to become a Small Training Provider of the Year 2017 finalist in the SA Training Awards, MTC Training can boast success in providing excellent VET delivery.

In addition to the theory and practical aspects of training, the unique experience provided by MTC involves community based projects and practical immersion days.  The integration of the VET program and School Based apprenticeships as part of a students’ SACE completion, provides seamless education and training.

Community projects include the design, fabrication and installation of bridges in the Shepherds Hill Reserve National Park bridge project for Eden Field Archers and the manufacture of ‘Funky furniture’ that was auctioned at the 2016 McLaren Vale Harvest Festival with all proceeds going to the McLaren Vale Community Hospital. 

External partnerships guide and inform MTC on the content and structure of our educational programs. These partnerships are varied and wide reaching and include City of Onkaparinga in relation to the southern employment market, and Flinders University providing foundation studies and folio entry to University.  Industry not only support vocational training and trade pathways, but also the STEM program at the College.  Organisations providing support includes SA Power Networks, SAAB, ASC, SAGE Automotion, and Re Engineering Australia along with long established relationships with local business. 

MTC is committed to increasing the diversity in the student cohort and focusing on vocations with increasing employment opportunities in the South.

Full list of finalists available on the Training and Skills Commission website