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Centennial College offers Automotive Training Programs In today's competitive job market, employers are seeking to hire graduates that are highly specialized and well trained. You can't afford to waste your time with an education that won’t help you get the job you want. At Centennial College, all our programs are geared for success. As part of your program, you will not only learn how to use the latest cutting edge tools, but you will also learn how to apply the latest principles from business professionals. To compliment your classroom learning, you will also get hands-on experience in the labs. Centennial's staff not only believes in providing students with the best possible teaching experience, but also offers the best guidance and career advice. New Canadians and others wanting to start apprenticeship training, but who may have trouble finding a sponsoring employer, have a new path to their career goals. Centennial College is offering automotive training Funding is generously provided by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Automotive Schools offered at Centennial College has been designed keeping students in the center. There are three distinct programs: Truck and Coach Technician, Automotive Service Technician, and an innovative all-women's Automotive Service Technician program. All are designed to ease would-be apprentices into the world of technician training. Each 36-week program gives students: * knowledge of automotive and truck/coach technology in our modern labs; * English and math/computer skills upgrading; and * job-readiness skills such as resume writing and interview techniques. Centennial College will help students arrange a 12-week job placement working in the related repair garage, car dealership, or truck operation. Apprenticeship is a major employment growth area due to the large number of skilled workers who are set to retire. The Ontario government is offering interest-free loans to buy tools, $4,000 in incentive grants over the duration of the apprenticeship, and tax credits for employers to encourage more hiring of apprentices for skills training. The Ministry also pays wage supplements to employers while apprentices are on their work placements. To be eligible for entry: * Participants must be a minimum of 16 years old; * must have their Grade 12 diploma (OSSD) or equivalent; * must be eligible to work in Ontario; and * must have a valid Ontario driver's license. Graduates will receive credit for Truck and Coach Technician Level 1 or Automotive Service Technician Level 1, exempting them from the first level of 8-week in-school apprenticeship training at Centennial's School of Transportation. View Source:

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Centennial College is offering automotive training Funding is generously provided by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universi...