About the course
Developed with I-CAR NZ and endorsed by the Collision Repair Association, this programme will provide the skills and knowledge required to repair, replace and refit non-structural vehicle panels.
The programme includes a mix of workplace practical learning and eLearning which allows you to complete theory elements of the programme in your own time and at your own pace. You can access eLearning resources, including videos, interactive simulations and online theory assessments, at any time and from any device – mobile phone, tablet or computer.
About the provider
MITO is part of Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning, a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.
We facilitate training for the automotive, commercial road transport, extractives, gas, and logistics, industries. We work with learners, their employers and training providers, to ensure people get the best possible opportunities to learn and advance their career, while developing a skilled workforce for the industries we serve.
Being a part of Te Pūkenga means we are connected to the other organisations delivering vocational education in Aotearoa New Zealand and we will work with them to share skills and knowledge to help you succeed.
To enrol in a MITO training programme you must be employed in one of the industries that MITO supports and your employer must be able to support your training, as you will complete your qualification on-the-job. This means you will be learning and earning!