I-CAR Collision Training Formed by the collision industry in 1979, I-CAR is an international, not-for-profit training organization. All I-CAR activities and resources focus on helping the industry achieve a high level of technical training.
I-CAR develops and delivers technical training programs to professionals in all areas of the collision industry. In addition, I-CAR provides a communication forum for anyone interested in proper collision repair. I-CAR is now delivering collision training in Canada. For more information, visit www.i-car.ca.
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Online Training
AIA Canada, in partnership with ICC, is providing members with access to online training for Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG). ICC has devised a variety of easy-to-use training courses to help you ship dangerous goods. Certification is available upon completion of training.
ICC Web-Based Training for TDG - $39.95 (available in English and French)
CLR-12 Shipping Dangerous Goods by Ground in Canada: Drivers & Handlers Training - $108.00 (available in English)
CLR-11 Transport de marchandises dangereuses – Recyclage - $99.95 (available in French only)
Guide to Canadian Automotive Schools, Colleges & Universities
Comprehensive, easy-to-use education directory of automotive schools. Programs available in automotive mechanics, auto body technician, automotive sales and leasing, motorcycle repair, and much more. Click here to learn more.
CARS OnDemand CARS’ newest training tool, CARS OnDemand, provides internet-based training, including Technical and Business oriented programs, to the automotive aftermarket. www.carsondemand.com
CARSability CARSability is a cost-effective, easy to use web based skills assessment tool designed to identify training gaps for participants in automotive related occupations. www.carsability.ca
Collision Repair Magazine Training Directory Brought to you by Collision Repair Magazine, this Training Guide will help you find training in the collision repair industry.
Since 2006, the Collision Repair Training Directory,published by Collision Repair magazine,has allowed Canada’s collision repair industry to better chart its collective future, as it dovetails with the increased focus on skilled trades.
Repairers and the insurance industry have been able to map out the career paths that are quickly becoming necessary in a trade faced with constant advancements in material and technology.
This highly sought after directory contains a comprehensive list of courses at secondary schools, community colleges, provincial apprenticeship programs and manufacturer training.
Durham College Automotive Programs Now in its 40th year, Durham College offers approximately 80 full-time, market-driven programs and hundreds of continuing education and part-time programs. The college has more than 6,100 full-time students, thousands more in part-time studies and almost 1,600 apprentices. The Durham College Whitby campus is home to the nationally acclaimed Skills Training Centre where apprentices gain hands-on training in 17 apprenticeship programs, 11 of which are Red Seal, including Automotive Service Technician. This program gives apprentices critical access to the latest in equipment and tools needed to excel in a career in the automotive repair and service industry.
Durham College also offers trade-related certificate and diploma programs such as Motive Power Technician – Service and Management. This program provides skills and training for a variety of careers in the transportation and automotive fields. Graduates enter the motive power trades with highly skilled trade qualifications and essential business communication, marketing and interpersonal skills.
Georgian College Canadian Automotive Institute Do you love cars? Do you have a passion for business? Are you interested in a career in the automotive industry? If so, the Canadian Automotive Institute, home of the only programs of their kind in Canada, is for you.
The Canadian Automotive Institute proudly boasts a 96% graduate placement rate! The CAI graduates are well prepared for positions in virtually any sector of the automotive industry.
Online Technical Institute
AST: Automotive Service Technician Online Pilot Project Available to newly-signed apprentices working for Canadian Tire. Partners in this apprenticeship project include Algonquin, Canadore, Centennial, Durham, Fanshawe and Sault Colleges.
Automotive Aftermarket E-Learning Centre (AAEC) Developed by Bob Greenwood specifically for our industry, this online course includes management basics, walking through a typical shop financial statement, understanding productivity and inventory management.
Industry Canada's Student Connection Program If you are an AIA jobber or small to medium-size AIA member and do not think you are using technology to its full advantage, may be able to help you move forward with your goals.