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Hyundai Apprenticeship Academy targets retention
Apprentice ‘fast track’ system to keep skilled Hyundai trainees in-house
27 Nov 2015
By TIM ROBSON
- With interest in automotive apprenticeships waning and leakage of newly qualified technicians to other industries, HMCA has established what it calls the Apprenticeship Academy, as it seeks to fast-track the progress of graduating techs to the rank of ‘master technician’.
- The company operates three-year apprenticeships at four internally funded training centres around the country, and has recently partnered with TAFE colleges in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia to support its internal operation.
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