A project to connect Automotive Lubrication and Tire Service Technicians; Identify, document, assess and give formal recognition for prior learning and acquired competencies.
The Testdrive program offers students the chance to work in a variety of different motive power trades. Earn 3 high school co-op credits, 300 apprenticeship hours, and experience motive power safety training at NSCC. In addition, students are paid for their summer work placement.
To increase the industry visibility and footprint in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), Automotive Sector Council will be partnering with industry leaders ALLEV Canada on an interactive learning experience for students and community. The touring interactive demo electric vehicle, a 2009 Model 3 Tesla, will be the first of it’s kind in North America. […]
Automotive Sector Council is in development of an online portal with tools for targeted safety training for one stop shopping for our Industry. The training will include mandatory/regulatory as well as mental health, labour standards and human rights.
Automotive Sector Council is investing in a Membership Engagement App to streamline communications and allow our members to more effectively engage with the Council and one another. Stay tuned on how you can get connected!