A number of workers in the autobody and collision damage repair trade have been employed in the trade in excess of the 7000 hours required for a licensed technician. However, they are not registered technicians.
Traditionally the only way to become a licensed technician would be to complete an in-class learning portion of 720 hours for training as a registered apprentice and an approximate time of three years working with a qualified technician, before challenging the qualification exam. An alternative equivalency process is also available. Your local Association has introduced a complementary package.
If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact your local Collision Repair Association at 1-866-309-4272 or e-mail email@example.com
NEW FREE PRE-APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING OPPORTUNITY(Adobe Acrobat format)
This Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) training program is mandatory for collision repair and auto refinish shops.
The Ontario Service Safety Alliance has designed a video, student workbook, and post test package for Ontario's Auto Collision Repair and Paint Shops.
The video features five sections highlighting the areas needed to meet the legislative requirements for automotive repair shops.
Upon successful completion of the WHMIS training your shop will receive:
For more information on this 3.5 hour training course, please contact our office at 1-866-309-4272 or firstname.lastname@example.org