Welcome to TACC
TACC is the Tasmanian Automobile Chamber of Commerce, and has served the Automotive Industry in Tasmania since 1930. We offer members a vast range of services and support to assist in the day to day running of their business.
TACC amalgamated with the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC) in 1999, and that amalgamation has vastly enhanced the services and products we are able to provide members, while maintaining a Tasmanian perspective on local issues.
TACC is dedicated to the promotion, representation and preservation of member businesses to local, state and federal governments, the media, consumers and the community. Read more about us and our members, or contact us for further advice or information.
TACC members provide key services in the repair, service and retail sectors of the automotive industry. In fact, for anything automotive, deal with your local TACC member, chances are, there’s one just around the corner.
And they’re easy to find too: just look for the distinctive TACC brand on a member's premises – it’s the mark of the motor industry professional.
Do you want to employ an apprentice?
Your business needs an apprentice! The best way to find and manage the right one is through TACC Auto Apprenticeships. Our years of experience in employing, supporting and mentoring apprentices are invaluable to your business.
You only pay when the apprentice is working in your business, not while they are training at TAFE, sick or on leave.
For more information click the employer link above or contact Nigel Fox on 6278 1611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For employer information click here
Looking for an apprenticeship?
If you have a passion for cars or anything automotive, do something about it.
For information on how to get an apprenticeship with TACC, click the apprentice information button below or contact Nigel Fox on 6278 1611 or email@example.com.
To apply for an apprenticeship click here
Current apprentices click here to download apprenticeship forms
Tasmania adopts National OHS Laws. In April 2012 the Tasmanian Government endorsed the harmonised National Work Health and Safety Laws. The new WHS Laws become effective in Tassie as of January 1 2013. Patrick D'Alessandri, the head of the VACC OHS and Environment unit, conducted introductory seminars for TACC members in July and November 2012. The changes are not extensive, however members need to be aware of those changes, and be active in introduction of the policies and procedures etc that will become enforceable as of Jan 1 2013. Click here for more detail on the new WHS laws.