An industry event for automotive employers is being held at TAFE Queensland’s Acacia Ridge trade training facility in November, with a focus on the changing technologies in the automotive industries and the training changes that will be required in order to meet these.
Attendees will need to register their attendance by Sunday October 30 via an online portal.
The event will run from 11am until 1.30pm on Wednesday November 2, 2022 at TAFE Queensland’s flagship trade training facility at 247 Bradman Street, Acacia Ridge, Queensland.
The event is billed as a forum for employers from the Greater Brisbane area to stay informed on the training changes being made to automotive courses at Queensland’s largest and most experienced training provider.
The event is also set to include panel Q&A sessions, campus and facility tours, a complimentary lunch, and an opportunity to network with other employers and exchange ideas and strategies that can be adapted to the changing landscape of the automotive industries.
TAFE Queensland is positioned well to serve the emerging needs of automotive industries, with a large fleet of battery and hybrid electric vehicles on campus for students to train on and teachers who are actively upskilling in various electric vehicle areas as new processes and trends continue to emerge.
The organisation’s Acacia Ridge campus will lead the state in EV training delivery, with infrastructure such as the Heavy Plant Centre of Excellence in place specifically for Electric Vehicle training.
Those in attendance will get a tour of the facilities that enable TAFE Queensland to train the next generation of workers in their industries.
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