The newly created Auto Skills Australia group says one of its first tasks will be a full review of the qualifications and training arrangements required for the country’s next generation of automotive technicians. Geoff Gwilym, a veteran of the automotive and vocational education and training sectors, is named as the group’s first CEO He previously served as CEO of the Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council. ASA Chairwoman Danielle Andrews says Australia’s auto industry now has ...

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