Group Training Australia (SA) (GTA SA)

We are a network of independent not for profit organisations located in metropolitan Adelaide and all major population centres throughout South Australia.

Our GTOs operate on either an industry or regional basis and collectively they provide employment for in excess of 4,000 apprentices and trainees.

Are you an apprentice out of work?

Skills Connect is a service specifically designed for out of trade apprentices. It aims to help those out of work to get back into their apprenticeships.

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Find a GTO that provides services in your chosen industry.

Simply choose an Industry Category / Region from the drop down list or enter a Key Word to locate relevant GTOs.

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Statewide Group Training SA
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MTA Motor Trade Association
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MT&E
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TABMA Quality Service Integrity
CEG
AFL SPORTSREADY Education & Employment
PEER
TAPS Your apprentice needs on tap
ATEC Adelaide Training & Employment Centre

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I, like a lot of people are looking for someone to train me in one of the construction trades , plumbing, electrics , aircon, but the draw back is I am 37, and even tho I have been a T/A and worked on sites all over Adelaide, I can't seem to find anyone to help, if anyone knows of anything please get in a contact ... See MoreSee Less

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Group Training Apprentices are regularly recognised in a whole series of excellence awards: ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to PEER for having one of their apprentices in the Australian NECA Awards! A fantastic achievement: ... See MoreSee Less

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MTA Apprenticeships have the right idea in this weather: ... See MoreSee Less

Cooking up a BBQ to celebrate finishing 10 weeks of training 👍

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.oʇoɥd s'Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors pəɹɐɥs Apprenticeships and Traineeships in South Australia ... See MoreSee Less

From the tiny town of Quorn, 40 kms north of Port Augusta in South Australia, Australian #Apprenticeships Ambassador Matthew Bennett started his Certificate III in Heavy Road Transport immediately aft...

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TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY: “it was the perfect opportunity to see what PE teaching was like and when it came up I took it straight away” Watch the full video of Jason Hinde here… www.youtu...

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Congratulations to Dale Spurway-Humphries for completing his Electrical Apprenticeship!

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TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY: "I’ve had that little spark relit, which is great because this will definitely help me in the drama industry as it is a theatre company.” Watch Liam’s story here: ...

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Real Opportunities: Apprenticeships

  • “ An apprenticeship is a valuable stepping stone to a much longer and exciting career opportunity.”

    Dale Goldfinch
    Apprentice of the Year 2012
  • “ Hands-on training has enabled me to acquire knowledge and experience that will benefit me for the rest of my working life.”

    Bozica Vranic
    Trainee of the Year 2012
  • “I value the ongoing learning experience, the direction, the perceived future outcomes of the trade, the interaction and the encouragement of my peers.”

    Liam Howden
    CNC Machinist
  • “Meeting new people, gaining new skills and seeing how different places worked was invaluable.”

    Collette
    Now the Team Leader at Enfield Memorial Park who started out with Maxima Group Training
  • “ To have an apprenticeship, is to have a sense of purpose and accomplishment.”

    Cameron Procter
    Indigenous Apprentice of the Year 2012
  • “I value the ongoing learning experience, the direction, future outcome, interaction and encouragement of my peers.”

    Liam Howder
    School-Based Apprentice of the Year - 2012
  • “An outstanding example of a young person undertaking training, employment and schooling while maintaining work-life balance through other pursuits. Liam is articulate and will make a fine ambassador for all school based apprentices and trainees.”

    Tony Curtis
    State Manager of Trade Schools for the Future