MITO 

If cars, trucks, mining or sailmaking interest you, MITO is a great place to look. MITO provides on the job training and career pathways in the automotive, transport, logistics, extractive (mining, drilling) and textile fabrication sectors. 

MITO offer training, apprenticeships and career development in:  

Automotive 

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. Review their exciting training programmes that will accelerate your career.

Check out the MITO Startup programme if you are still at school

 

Automotive Body

Automotive Refinishing (Levels 3 & 4)

Collision Repair (Levels 3 & 4)

 

Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

Automotive Electrical Engineering (Levels 3 & 4)

Light Vehicle (Levels 3 & 4)

Motorcycle Engineering

Vehicle Inspection

 

Automotive Heavy Engineering

Heavy Automotive Engineering (Level 3)

Road Transport

Automotive Parts and Accessories

 

Transport and Logistics 

With over 70,000 New Zealanders working within these industries, there are plenty of opportunities for you to find a rewarding career. Put yourself in the driver’s seat with such jobs as Heavy Vehicle Driver, Log Transport Operator and Bus Driver, or get your career moving as an International Freight Forwarder or Removalist.

Heavy Haulage

Log Transport

Goods Service

Passenger Service

Ports and Stevedoring

 

Drilling, Mining, and Quarrying 

If you're interested in working as a Driller, Miner, Quarry Worker or Manager, then look no further. These training programmes will give you the skills and knowledge to uncover a great career in these industries that employ over 6,000 New Zealanders.

Drilling

Mining and Quarrying

Surface Extraction

Tunnel Manager

Gas - National Certificate in Gas Industry

Certificates of Competence

 

Industrial Textile Fabrication

Industrial textiles are everywhere! From tents and vehicle upholstery to trampolines and inflatable boats, this industry combines practical skills with plenty of challenges and exciting long-term career opportunities. Discover the world of industrial textile fabrication and start shaping your future today.

Canvas Fabrication

 

Resource Operations

Resource Recovery

 

Business Skills and Other

Business Skills

Workplace Safety

Competitive Systems and Practices

 

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