Are you ready to be a part of one of the largest cutting edge industries?
Imagine yourself using the latest diagnostic scan tools, computer repair software, and the newest tools and equipment while learning to diagnose and repair vehicles. That's what your experience at ATC will look like as you gain the skills required to pursue an exciting new career in the Automotive Industry.
Students learn the fundamentals of various vehicle systems including brakes, steering and suspension, engine management, vehicle drivability, dive lines, and axles. Students will be taught the theory and will apply those concepts to practical tasks in our modern facility. Our accredited program concludes with a four week work practicum where students have the opportunity to showcase their newly acquired skills in dealerships and independent repair facilities.
If you have a passion for cars and want a rewarding career where the work is varied and there is never a dull moment ATC Automotive Technology is your first step!
What makes a successful Automotive Technician?
- Strong problem solving skills
- Mechanical and Technical aptitude
- Highly motivated
- Team player
- Manual dexterity
- Able to work in a fast paced environment
Prerequisites and Beneficial Skills
- High school students have completed Grade 10.
- Post-secondary students have completed Grade 12.
- Applicants not meeting the entrance requirements may be accepted as mature
students. Skills assessment may be required.
- Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity.
- Good problem-solving skills.
- Ability to follow schedules and meet deadlines.
ATC will award certificates to students who successfully complete all
requirements of this eight-credit program.
The Automotive Technology program at ATC is accredited by Apprenticeship
Manitoba under the trade of Automotive Service Technician. To
receive credit for Level 1 in-school Technical Training and a time credit of 900
hours, students must:
Articulation Agreement with Red River College (RRCC)
RRC recognizes (as documented on the RRC website) that graduates of
Auto/Power Mechanics programs who have maintained a 70% average in both theory
and practical, may be eligible for advanced standing credit in the Automotive
Technician - Certificate Program and may gain direct entry into the more
advanced Automotive Technician - Diploma Program.
Therefore, students who have graduated from the Automotive Technology program
at ATC may be eligible to qualify for advanced standing in the Automotive
Technician - Certificate program at RRC and may gain direct entry into the
Automotive Technician - Diploma Program (at the discretion of RRC).
Overview and fees
$20 (nil for high school students)
NO COST (high school students)
$2075 per semester, $4150 full program
$25 per semester
|Credits||Part 1 - 4 credits, Part 2 - 4 credits|
$75 for coveralls, safety glasses, and work light. Students must have a USB flash
drive. Safety boots are strongly recommended.
|Work Experience||Yes - 4 weeks|
|Program Intake||February start|
Tuition is subject to change and is assessed at time of