The North Humberside Motor Trades Group Training Association (GTA) was formed in 1972 by employers within the Retail Motor Industry with the support of the Industry Training Body, the Road Transport Industry Training Board. Upon the cessation of the statutory levy in the late 1980’s, the GTA decided to become a registered charity in order to maintain its objective
“To provide, further and assist in the provision of training for persons employed or intending to be employed, in road transport activities”. Charitable status was achieved in 1990.
The GTA is run by the industry for the benefit of the industry and on a non-profit making basis. We are committed to high quality training demonstrated by our achievement of the Investors in People.
We are an approved centre for the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) and our quality standards are rigorously maintained at all times. Part of this achievement of quality comes from highly motivated, qualified and experienced staff that works closely as a team.
Because of these high standards we have direct claim status for the qualifications we offer.
We currently have 25 member and 116 associate member companies allied to the Association who utilise the experience of the GTA for the recruitment, selection and training of apprentices.
The Association currently has 9 full time members of staff and 1 part time.
We offer training and qualifications for motor vehicle apprenticeships in for light and heavy vehicles, vehicle body repair and refinishing, and parts.
In 2010 we opened our own in-house training centre in partnership with Hull Training, delivering underpinning knowledge to our students, previously sub-contracted to local colleges.
Following an OFSTED inspection in June 2010 we are graded as level 2 as a Good Provider and our current published overall success rate is 91.3% compared to a National average of 70.5%