Extra Credit: Skills/Comptences Canada video series keeping students in the know

Ottawa, Ontario Whereas COVID-19 shutdowns might have largely introduced faculties throughout the nation to a standstill, the parents on the Abilities Canada Collision Restore Program have been busy placing collectively a web-based video sequence to maintain restore college students within the loop, even after theyre out of the classroom.

Leanne Jefferies, director of the Abilities Canada Collision Restore Program, has been arduous at work over the previous months talking with influential figures from throughout the trade on the most recent aftermarket information and the best way to hold Canadian collision restore college students engaged of their training whereas in-person coaching largely stays on maintain in the meanwhile.

The continuing net sequence kicked-off in Might with an interview with the president of the International Automakers of Canada, David Adams. Within the sequence newest version, Jeffries sat down with Scott Wideman from VW Group Canada to speak coaching and training.

In furthering their dedication to the development of the collision restore trade, the Abilities Canada Collision Restore Program can be working a contest the place, in collaboration with Automotive-o-Liner, they are going to be freely giving a model new CTR-7 spot welder to at least one fortunate Canadian post-secondary commerce or vocational college. establishments can attain out to Leanne Jeffries for particulars relating to registration.

All of Abilities/Comptences Canadas movies are posted to their YouTube channel.

— to www.collisionrepairmag.com

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