Toyota Technician Training Helps You to Move Up in the Field by jasonw93

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									  Toyota Technician Training Helps You to Move Up in
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Did you know that both the Centennial College Toyota Technician training
apprentice and his or her employer benefit from the offering? That’s because
students of the Automotive Service Technician Toyota Training (as it is
officially known) not only end up with a certificate (and ability to work as
automotive service technicians, service writers and advisors, service and parts
managers, trainers and professors or automotive manufacturer specialists),
they may also be eligible for up to $4,000 in various grants and tax incentives.
While they are in school, students of this Toyota Technician training may also be
eligible for Employment Insurance (EI) and while they are with their employers,
they are fully compensated. Meanwhile, employers are eligible for up to
$45,000 over four years in various federal and provincial tax incentives. They
also gain a Toyota-dedicated employee that has future potential.


Those who wish to partake in the Toyota technician training are required to have
completed at minimum an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or a General
Educational Development (GED) or equivalent. In addition, they should be
employed by a Toyota dealership. Candidates may apply directly to Centennial
College, with successful applicants obtaining an employer and registering as a
MAP apprentice with the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry of Training,
Colleges and Universities. Students may apply to a maximum of three programs
at Centennial College. As with any college program, there are a limited spots
within this Toyota technician training. When space permits, additional applicants
who may not be employed by Toyota are selected through an interview process.


The Toyota technician training takes a total of 64 weeks to complete. During
this time, students alternate between employer sessions and time on-site at the
Ashtonbee campus. This location is actually the largest transportation training
centre in the province. As such, students experience an environment that
mimics a real-life workshop, complete with tools and Toyota vehicles that have
been donated to the program on which students get to practice


In-school Toyota technician training offers eight weeks more worth of material
in greater depth than the traditional apprenticeship curriculum. It includes:




Address: Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto M1K 5E9, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 416-289-5000, Email: success@centennialcollege.ca                                   Page 1
diagnosing problems using Toyota diagnostic equipment and performing repairs
and preventive maintenance on engines, transmissions, electrical systems,
brakes and tires. Students also become familiar with conducting vehicle
inspections. The five specific courses technician students complete on campus
are: Drive Train Systems, Electrical/Electronic & Fuels, Engine Systems, Work
Practices and Procedures and Suspension/Steering and Brake Systems.
Meanwhile, during employer sessions Toyota technician training, students apply
what they have learned in school to the real word. The practical and theoretical
knowledge they obtained will serve them well as they learn to deal with
customers and network with technicians employed by Toyota who know what
the company is looking for in its employees.




                                                                                    Author: Emma



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Address: Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto M1K 5E9, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 416-289-5000, Email: success@centennialcollege.ca                                   Page 2

								
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