Canberra apprentices triumph at MotorEx

CIT automotive apprentices in action at the 2019 MotorEx Flying Spanners competition. CIT automotive apprentices represented Canberra at the 2019 MotorEx Flying Spanners competition.

Automotive apprentices from Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) have taken out first and third place in the gruelling 2019 MotorEx Flying Spanners competition in Melbourne.

The annual competition offers automotive students the chance to team up and compete against other students from around Australia at stripping and rebuilding motors.

Head of Department for CIT Automotive, Steven McMahon said the Flying Spanners competition is a fantastic opportunity for local students to network with the very best and see first-hand what their future career in the automotive industry could look like.

The event also allowed attendees to see the ins and outs of some of the technical processes involved in working on cars.

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